Atco Records

ATCO Records is an American label founded in 1955. It is owned by Warner Music Group and operates as an imprint of Atlantic Records.[1][2] After several decades of dormancy, and infrequent activity under alternating Warner Music labels, the company was relaunched by Atlantic Records in early 2020.

ATCO Records
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Parent companyWarner Music Group
FoundedJuly 1955; 65 years ago (1955-07)
FounderHerb Abramson
Distributor(s)Atlantic Records (in the U.S.)
WEA International Inc. (outside the U.S.)
GenreVarious
Country of originUnited States
Location1633 Broadway, New York, NY 10019
Official websitewww.atlanticrecords.com

HistoryEdit

1950s–1960s: BeginningsEdit

ATCO Records was devised as an outlet for productions by one of Atlantic Records' founder Herb Abramson, who had returned to the company from military service. In addition, the label was also intended as a home for acts that did not fit the format of the main Atlantic brand, which was releasing blues, jazz, rhythm and blues and soul. The ATCO name is an abbreviation of ATlantic COrporation. ATCO also provided distribution for other labels, including: RSO, Volt, Island, Modern, Ruthless, Hansa and Rolling Stones. For most of its history, ATCO was known for pop and rock music, but during its early years, it produced some jazz albums. These included Harry Arnold, Betty Carter, King Curtis, Herb Geller, Roland Hanna, and Helen Merrill.[3]

ATCO's rock era began with Bobby Darin and The Coasters. In the early 1960s, Atlantic began to license material from international sources, leading to instrumental hit singles from Jorgen Ingmann, Acker Bilk and Bent Fabric. Starting in the mid-1960s, ATCO moved into rock-and-roll with Sonny and Cher, Buffalo Springfield, Vanilla Fudge and Cream.

In 1964, ATCO released a single in the US by The Beatles, "Ain't She Sweet" (flip side "Nobody's Child", with lead singer Tony Sheridan), which had been recorded in Hamburg in 1961. With lead vocals by John Lennon, "Ain't She Sweet" reached #19 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart in August 1964. ATCO also released an album entitled Ain't She Sweet which featured the other two tracks by Sheridan and The Beatles from the Hamburg session and filled out by eight other songs covered by The Swallows.

In 1966, ATCO released "Substitute" by The Who. The song was issued through an arrangement with UK Polydor Records because of the dispute The Who was having with their producer, Shel Talmy, and their contract with US Decca Records and UK Brunswick Records. This would be the only Who recording to appear on ATCO, although Pete Townshend and John Entwistle would eventually sign to ATCO as solo artists, and Roger Daltrey later signed a US solo deal with Atlantic.

1970s–1980s: DownsizingEdit

During the 1970s, Atlantic Records began to broaden the range of its own roster, causing ATCO to become deemphasized as many of its acts would eventually have their material released under the main Atlantic brand. In the middle 1970s, ATCO became increasingly used for hard rock acts and some British and European bands. During this time, the label issued early albums from AC/DC. Starting in 1978, however, AC/DC releases were issued on Atlantic until their contract with the label ended in the 1990s. In 1980, ATCO's visibility rose with strong chart performances from Pete Townshend's Empty Glass album and the song "Cars" by Gary Numan. As the 1980s wore on, ATCO continued to have streamlined success with artists such as Sweet Sensation, JJ Fad and Michel'le (the latter who were signed to the label in conjunction with Ruthless Records), while steadily becoming less active overall.

1990s: Merger with EastWest Records America and dormancyEdit

The last number one hit on ATCO was "If Wishes Came True" by Sweet Sensation in 1990. The following year, Atlantic Records Senior VP Sylvia Rhone orchestrated the merger of ATCO with Atlantic's fledgling EastWest Records America label and briefly operated the combination as Atco/EastWest Records. By 1994, however, the ATCO name was dropped and the label reverted back to the EastWest Records America branding. During this time, EastWest moved its operations to Atlantic's sister label Elektra Records. As a result of Elektra's takeover of EastWest, ATCO's back catalog and retained artists were now under its control. In the decade to come, the ATCO name and logo would be occasionally used on reissues of past material, but the imprint itself was now dormant.

2000s: Revival under Rhino EntertainmentEdit

In 2005, after more than a decade in hibernation, ATCO (in a joint venture with Rhino Records) released the soundtrack of the Bobby Darin biopic Beyond the Sea, which starred Kevin Spacey and featured his renditions of Darin's songs. This led to Warner Music Group reactivating the label in 2006 in conjunction with Rhino. Scarlett Johansson, Keith Sweat and Art Garfunkel were among the first artists signed to the label. Garfunkel issued Some Enchanted Evening on January 30, 2007. Johansson issued Anywhere I Lay My Head on May 20, 2008. Queensrÿche released its American Soldier album on ATCO on March 31, 2009. The New York Dolls released its album Cause I Sez So on ATCO on May 5, 2009. Shortly thereafter, ATCO would become dormant again.

2020s: Return to Atlantic Records and second relaunchEdit

In 2020, ATCO returned to its aegis at Atlantic Records, where it was relaunched. On February 14, Billboard Magazine announced that Atlantic Records President of A&R Pete Ganbarg was appointed president of the newly relaunched ATCO Records.[4] Ganbarg's first ATCO signing is Philadelphia-based alternative act Zero 9:36.

Album discography (pre-1982)Edit

33-100 series[5][6]Edit

  • 33-101 - The Coasters - Coasters [11/57]
  • 33-102 - Bobby Darin - Bobby Darin [8/58]
  • 33-103 - Rockin' Together - Various Artists [1/59]
  • 33-104/SD 33-104 - That's All - Bobby Darin [1959]
  • 33-105 - Much Hutch - Hutch Davie & His Swinging Piano [1958]
  • 33-106/SD 33-106 - Ritmos Flamencos - El Nino De Alicante [1959]
  • 33-107/SD 33-107 - Come With Me To the Casbah - Ganimian Oriental Orchestra [1959]
  • 33-108/SD 33-108 - Roland Hanna Plays Harold Rome's "Destry Rides Again" - Roland Hanna [1959]
  • 33-109/SD 33-109 - Herbert Geller & His All Stars Play Selections from Jule Styne and Stephen Sondheim's Music for "Gypsy" - Herb Geller & His All-Stars [1959]
  • 33-110 - Ben King - Ben King [1963] Issued in Italy only. At the time of its release, Italian records were only available in mono.[7]
  • 33-111 - Greatest Hits - Coasters [1959] Initially issued in monaural only. Reissued in electronic stereo in the 1960s as SD 33-111.
  • 33-112/SD 33-112 - American Country Songs - Helen Merrill [1959]
  • 33-113/SD 33-113 - Have Tenor Sax Will Blow - King Curtis [11/59]
  • 33-114/SD 33-114 - Christmas Bells - Paul and Nancy Steffen [12/59]
  • 33-115/SD 33-115 - This is Darin - Bobby Darin [1960]
  • 33-116/SD 33-116 - Flying Fingers - Fliptop Finnegan [1960]
  • 33-117/SD 33-117 - Music For Space Squirrels - Al Caiola's Magic Guitars [1960]
  • 33-118 - The Good Old Fifties - Various Artists [1960]
  • 33-119/SD 33-119 - Introducing the Fabulous Nina and Frederik - Nina & Frederik [1960]
  • 33-120/SD 33-120 - I Love Harry Arnold and All His Jazz - Harry Arnold [1960]
  • 33-121/SD 33-121 - Easy to Love - The Piano of Roland Hanna [1960]
  • 33-122/SD 33-122 - Bobby Darin at the Copa - Bobby Darin [1960]
  • 33-123/SD 33-123 - One by One - Coasters [1960]
  • 33-124/SD 33-124 - It's You or No One - Bobby Darin [1960]
  • 33-125/SD 33-125 - The 25th Day of December - Bobby Darin [1960]
  • 33-126/SD 33-126 - Two of a Kind - Bobby Darin & Johnny Mercer [1961]
  • 33-127/SD 33-127 - Girls of My Dreams - Frank Barcley's Piano and Harry Arnold's Orchestra [1961]
  • 33-128 - Nina and Frederik With Louis Armstrong - Nina and Frederik [1961]
  • 33-129/SD 33-129 - Stranger on the Shore - Mr. Acker Bilk with the Leon Young String Ensemble [1962]
  • 33-130 - Apache - Jorgen Ingmann [1961]
  • 33-131/SD 33-131 - The Bobby Darin Story - Bobby Darin [1961] There are two covers for this LP. The first is white, with a picture of Bobby Darin in the upper right corner with "Mack the Knife" in black under the picture, and the songs listed in blue and green. This album was initially released in mono only, with Darin's signature in the trailoff wax area. The second cover is black with a picture of Bobby Darin in the center of the cover right, "Mack the Knife" in white above the picture, and the songs are listed in purple and red. This album was released in both mono and stereo. The album features narration by Bobby Darin, which sometimes runs over into the beginning of songs.
  • 33-132/SD 33-132 - Ada Lee Comes On - Ada Lee [1961]
  • 33-133/SD 33-133 - Spanish Harlem - Ben E. King [1961]
  • 33-134/SD 33-134 - Love Swings - Bobby Darin [1961]
  • 33-135/SD 33-135 - Coast Along with the Coasters - Coasters [1962]
  • 33-136/SD 33-136 - Ann Man - Ann Richards [1961]
  • 33-137/SD 33-137 - Ben E. King Sings for Soulful Lovers - Ben E. King [1962]
  • 33-138/SD 33-138 - Twist with Bobby Darin - Bobby Darin [1961]
  • 33-139 - The Many Guitars of Jorgen Ingmann - Jorgen Ingmann [1962]
  • 33-140/SD 33-140 - Bobby Darin Sings Ray Charles - Bobby Darin [1962]
  • 33-141/SD 33-141 - West Side Story - Richard Behrke Trio [1962]
  • 33-142/SD 33-142 - Don't Play That Song - Ben E. King [1962]
  • 33-143 - The Great Group Goodies - Various Artists [1962]
  • 33-144/SD 33-144 - Above the Stars and Other Romantic Favorites - Mr. Acker Bilk with the Leon Young String Chorale [1962]
  • 33-145/SD 33-145 - Airdale Walk - Doug Fowlkes and the Airdales [1962]
  • 33-146/SD 33-146 - Things and Other Things - Bobby Darin [1962]
  • 33-147/SD 33-147 - Mr. Latin - Rene Bloch [1962]
  • 33-148/SD 33-148 - Alley Cat - Bent Fabric [1962]
  • 33-149/SD 33-149 - The Bag I'm In - Casey Anderson [1962]
  • 33-150/SD 33-150 - Only You - Mr. Acker Bilk with the Leon Young String Chorale [1963]
  • 33-151 - Don't Turn Me From Your Door - John Lee Hooker [1963]
  • 33-152/SD 33-152 - 'Round Midnight - Betty Carter [1963]
  • 33-153/SD 33-153 - Jazza Nova - Paulo Alencar [1963]
  • 33-154 - Where Have All the Flowers Gone - Nina and Frederik [1963]
  • 33-155/SD 33-155 - The Happy Puppy - Bent Fabric [1963]
  • 33-156/SD 33-156 - Deep Purple - Nino Temple & April Stevens [1963]
  • 33-157/SD 33-157 - Lady Soul - Vi Redd [1963]
  • 33-158/SD 33-158 - Call Me Mister - Mr. Acker Bilk with the Leon Young String Chorale [1963]
  • 33-159/SD 33-159 - Apollo Saturday Night: Recorded Live at the Apollo Theatre in New York - Various Artists [1964]
  • 33-160/SD 33-160 - Memories of My Father's House - Jack Hilliard [4/64]
  • 33-161 - Pain In My Heart - Otis Redding [1964]
  • 33-162/SD 33-162 - Nino & April Sing the Great Songs - Nino Tempo & April Stevens [1964]
  • 33-163/SD 33-163 - Liverpool Sound For Strings - Leon Young [1964]
  • 33-164/SD 33-164 - Organ Grinder's Swing - Bent Fabric [1964]
  • 33-165/SD 33-165 - Ben E. King's Greatest Hits - Ben E. King [1964]
  • 33-166/SD 33-166 - More Pretty Girls Than One - Casey Anderson [1964]
  • 33-167/SD 33-167 - Winners - Bobby Darin [1964]
  • 33-168/SD 33-168 - A Touch of Latin - Mr. Acker Bilk with the Leon Young String Chorale [8/64]
  • 33-169/SD 33-169 - Ain't She Sweet: The Beatles and Other Great Sounds from England - Beatles/Swallows [1964]
  • 33-170/SD 33-170 - Great Themes from Great Foreign Films - Mr. Acker Bilk with the Leon Young String Chorale [1964]
  • 33-171/SD 33-171 - Swinging the Bard - Various Artists [1965]
  • 33-172/SD 33-172 - Live At the Ice House - Casey Anderson [1964]
  • 33-173/SD 33-173 - Drunken Penguin - Bent Fabric [1965]
  • 33-174/SD 33-174 - Seven Letters - Ben E. King [1965]
  • 33-175/SD 33-175 - Together! - Mr. Acker Bilk & Bent Fabric [1965]
  • 33-176/SD 33-176 - Blues Is a Woman Gone - Casey Anderson [1965]
  • 33-177/SD 33-177 - Look At Us - Sonny and Cher [8/65]
  • 33-178/SD 33-178 - Soul Discovery - Jackie Ivory [1965]
  • 33-179/SD 33-179 - Latin a Go Go - Louis Ramirez & His Orchestra [1965]
  • 33-180/SD 33-180 - Hey Baby - Nino Temple & April Stevens [1966]
  • 33-181/SD 33-181 - In Paris - Mr. Acker Bilk [1966]
  • 33-182/SD 33-182 - Jump Up - Byron Lee [1966]
  • 33-183/SD 33-183 - The Wondrous World of Sonny and Cher - Sonny and Cher [4/66]
  • 33-184/SD 33-184 - On Broadway - Eddie Cano and Nino Tempo [1966]
  • 33-185/SD 33-185 - Never Tease Tigers - Bent Fabric [1966]
  • 33-186/SD 33-186 - A Man Dies (Soundtrack) - Soundtrack [1966]
  • 33-187/SD 33-187 - Big Hits For Swingers - Ray Ellis [1966]
  • 33-188/SD 33-188 - Love Makes the World Go 'Round - Deon Jackson [1966] This album is in the Carla Record Series.
  • 33-189/SD 33-189 - That Lovin' Feelin' - King Curtis [10/66]
  • 33-190/SD 33-190 - Dance the Cool Jerk - Capitols [1966] This album was in the Karen Record Series.
  • 33-191/SD 33-191 - My Father the Pop Singer - Sam Chalpin [1966]
  • 33-192/SD 33-192 - LBJ Roast - Kermit Schaffer [1966]
  • 33-193/SD 33-193 - Wild Thing - Troggs [1966] Also issued simultaneously as Fontana MGF 27556 (mono)/SRF 67556 (stereo).
  • 33-194/SD 33-194 - Guitars Unlimited - Barclay Stars [1966]
  • 33-195/SD 33-195 - Music In Five Dimensions - Clyde Borly and His Percussions [1966]
  • 33-196/SD 33-196 - Penny Candy - Frank Hubbell and the Stompers [1966]
  • 33-197/SD 33-197 - Mood For Love - Mr. Acker Bilk [1966]
  • 33-198/SD 33-198 - Live At Small's Paradise - King Curtis [2/67]
  • 33-199/SD 33-199 - Two Sides - Mary Wells [1966]
  • 33-200/SD 33-200 - Buffalo Springfield - Buffalo Springfield [1966] The first issue of this album did not contain the song "For What It's Worth". On the second pressing of the album, "For What It's Worth" replaces "Baby Don't Scold Me." "For What It's Worth" becomes the first track on side one, and "Leave" moves from side 1, track 4, to side 2, replacing "Baby Don't Scold Me."
  • 33-201/SD 33-201 - We Got a Thing - Capitols [1966] This record was in the Karen Record Series.
  • 33-202/SD 33-202 - Operation Lovebirds - Bent Fabric [1966?]
  • 33-203/SD 33-203 - In Case You're In Love - Sonny and Cher [3/67]
  • 33-204/SD 33-204 - Trap (Soundtrack) - Ron Goodwin [1966]
  • 33-205/SD 33-205 - The Game Is Over (Soundtrack) - Various Artists [1967]
  • 33-206/SD 33-206 - Fresh Cream - Cream [1/67] (5-67, #39)
  • 33-207 - The Best of Chickenman...The Most Fantastic Crimefighter The World Has Ever Known? - Dick Orkin, Jane Roberts, & Jim Runyon [1967] Originally issued in monaural only. Contains episodes from Dick Orkin's daily skits on WCFL radio (Chicago) in 1966. It features the adventures of Chickenman (a superhero whose secret identity is Benton Harbor, shoe salesman), the Police Commissioner, and the PC's secretary, Honor Helfinger. Parts are played by Orkin and Roberts (an actress who also posed for the WCFL poster as traffic girl "Trooper 36-24-36"), and narrated by the late deejay Jim Runyon. Most tracks are the actual skits aired on the radio, but some are remakes for this album.
  • 33-208/SD 33-208 - Tom Sankey Sings the Songs from "The Golden Screw": The Complete Score of the Off-Broadway Production (Original Cast) - Tom Sankey with Jack Hopper & the Inner Sanctum [1967]
  • 33-209/SD 33-209 - Why Not Tonight? - Jimmy Hughes [1967]
  • 33-210/SD 33-210 - This Is Tim Hardin - Tim Hardin [1967] The stereo version of this album is electronically rechanneled.
  • 33-211/SD 33-211 - King Curtis Plays the Great Memphis Hits - King Curtis [3/67]
  • 33-212/SD 33-212 - I'm Just Wild About Vaudeville - Robert Q. Lewis [1967]
  • 33-213/SD 33-213 - Straight From the Horse's Mouth - Clay Tyson [1967]
  • 33-214/SD 33-214 - Good Times - Sonny and Cher [1967]
  • 33-215/SD 33-215 - Sweet Soul Music - Arthur Conley [1967]
  • 33-216/SD 33-216 - Darrell Banks Is Here - Darrell Banks [1967]
  • 33-217/SD 33-217 - Lovers of the World Unite - Nina and Frederik [1967]
  • 33-218/SD 33-218 - London Is My Cup of Tea - Mr. Acker Bilk [1967]
  • 33-219/SD 33-219 - Best of Sonny and Cher - Sonny and Cher [1967]
  • 33-220/SD 33-220 - Shake, Rattle and Roll - Arthur Conley [1967]
  • 33-221/SD 33-221 - Relax With Bent Fabric - Bent Fabric [1967]
  • 33-222/SD 33-222 - Come To Me Softly - Jimmy James & Vagabonds [1967]
  • 33-223/SD 33-223 - Bee Gees' 1st - Bee Gees [1967]
  • 33-224/SD 33-224 - Vanilla Fudge - Vanilla Fudge [1967]
  • 33-225/SD 33-225 - Rose Garden - Rose Garden [1968]
  • 33-226/SD 33-226 - Buffalo Springfield Again - Buffalo Springfield [1967]
  • 33-227/SD 33-227 - Heavy - Iron Butterfly [1968]
  • 33-228/SD 33-228 - The Long Duel - Soundtrack [1967]
  • 33-229/SD 33-229 - Innerviews - Sonny [11/67]
  • 33-230/SD 33-230 - Lyndon Johnson's Lonely Heart's Club Band - Earl Dowd and Allen Robin
  • 33-231/SD 33-231 - King Size Soul - King Curtis [1967]
  • 33-232/SD 33-232 - Disraeli Gears - Cream [12/67]
  • 33-233/SD 33-233 - Horizontal - Bee Gees [1968]
  • 33-234/SD 33-234 - Gris Gris - Dr. John [2/68]
  • 33-235/SD 33-235 - Last Words - Last Words [1968]
  • 33-236/SD 33-236 - Boogaloo and Guaguanco - Willie Rosario & His Orchestra [1968]
  • 33-237/SD 33-237 - The Beat Goes On - Vanilla Fudge [1968]
  • 33-238/SD 33-238
  • 33-239/SD 33-239 - Bottle of Wine - Fireballs featuring Jimmy Gilmer [1968]

Stereo-only releases in the 33-100 series[5][6]Edit

  • SD 33-240 - New York Rock and Roll Ensemble - New York Rock and Roll Ensemble [7/68]
  • SD 33-241 - Wide World Hits - String-A-Longs [1968]
  • SD 33-242 - Tells It Like It Is - Pat McCormick [1968]
  • SD 33-243 - Soul Directions - Arthur Conley [1968]
  • SD 33-244 - Renaissance - Vanilla Fudge [1968]
  • SD 33-245 - The Savage Seven (Soundtrack) - Various Artists [1968]
  • SD 33-246 - Before the War - Bo Grumpus [1968]
  • SD 33-247 - Sweet Soul - King Curtis [1968]
  • SD 33-248 - Otis Redding Sings Soul Ballads - Otis Redding [1968] Reissue of Volt S411.
  • SD 33-249 - Dictionary of Soul - Otis Redding [1968] Reissue of Volt S415.
  • SD 33-250 - In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida - Iron Butterfly [1968] As the story goes, the title song started life as "In the Garden of Eden," but the mush-mouthed vocal sounded like "In-a-Gadda-da-Vida," so they kept that title.
  • SD 33-251 - Meet Jack Reno - Jack Reno [1968]
  • SD 33-252 - The Immortal Otis Redding - Otis Redding [7/68]
  • SD 33-253 - Idea - Bee Gees [1968]
  • SD 33-254 -
  • SD 33-255 - Wheels of Fire, Volume II - Cream
  • SD 33-256 - Last Time Around - Buffalo Springfield [1968]
  • SD 33-257 - Rowan and Martin At Work - Rowan and Martin [1968]
  • SD 33-258 - Julie Driscoll/Brian Auger and the Trinity Open - Julie Driscoll/Brian Auger and the Trinity [1968]
  • SD 33-259 - Mr. Bojangles - Jerry Jeff Walker [10/68]
  • SD 33-260 - My First Time Around - Betty Wright [1968]
  • SD 33-261 - The History of Otis Redding - Otis Redding [1968] Reissue of Volt S418.
  • SD 33-262 - The Bill Sheppard Singers Sing Bee Gees Hits - Bill Sheppard Singers [1968]
  • SD 33-263 - Memories of a Middle Aged Movie Fan: The Other Ray Charles - Ray Charles Singers [1968]
  • SD 33-264 - Rare, Precious and Beautiful - Bee Gees [1968] This album is electronically rechanneled.
  • SD 33-265 - In Person At the Whiskey a Go Go - Otis Redding [11/68]
  • SD 33-266 - Best of King Curtis - King Curtis [1968]
  • SD 33-267 - South Atlantic Blues - Scott Fagen [1968]
  • SD 33-268 - Measure of Pleasure - P. F. Sloan [1968]
  • SD 33-269 - Soul Christmas - Various Artists [1968]
  • SD 33-270 - Babylon - Dr. John [3/69]
  • SD 33-271 - The Children - Rebirth [1968] This album is a reissue of Cinema CLP 1.
  • SD 33-272 - An Evening At Home - Teegarden and Van Winkle [1968]
  • SD 33-273 - Definitely What! - Brian Auger & the Trinity [1968]
  • SD 33-274 - No Explanations - Len Novy [1969]
  • SD 33-275 - Come On, React! - Fireballs [1969]
  • SD 33-276 - More Sweet Soul - Arthur Conley [1969]
  • SD 33-277 - Take Another Look - Soul Survivors [1969]
  • SD 33-278 - Near the Beginning - Vanilla Fudge [1969]
  • SD 33-279 - The Super Groups - Various Artists [1969]
  • SD 33-280 - Ball - Iron Butterfly [1969]
  • SD 33-281 - Soul Clan - Various Artists [1969]
  • SD 33-282 - Green - Green [1969]
  • SD 33-283 - Retrospective - Buffalo Springfield [1969]
  • SD 33-284 - Otis Blue - Otis Redding [1968] Reissue of Volt S412.
  • SD 33-285 - The Soul Album - Otis Redding [1968] Reissue of Volt S413.
  • SD 33-286 - Otis Redding Live in Europe - Otis Redding [1968] Reissue of Volt S416.
  • SD 33-287 - Soul Finger - Bar-Kays [1968] Reissue of Volt S417.
  • SD 33-288 - The Dock of the Bay - Otis Redding [1968] Reissue of Volt S-419.
  • SD 33-289 - Love Man - Otis Redding [1969]
  • SD 33-290 - But Anyhow, - Teegarden and Van Winkle [1969]
  • SD 33-291 - Best of Cream - Cream [1969]
  • SD 33-292 - Best of the Bee Gees - Bee Gees [1969]
  • SD 33-293 - Instant Groove - King Curtis [1969]
  • SD 33-294 - Faithful Friends... Flattering Foe... - New York Rock & Roll Ensemble [8/69]
  • SD 33-295 - Border Town - Fusion [1969]
  • SD 33-296 - Taste - Taste [1969]
  • SD 33-297 - Five Years Gone - Jerry Jeff Walker [9/69]
  • SD 33-298 - 3614 Jackson Highway - Cher [1969]
  • SD 33-299 - Aquarius - Frank Pourcel [1969]
  • SD 33-300 - Blues Image - Blues Image [1969]
  • SD 33-301 - Hair Styles - Terminal Barbershop [1969]
  • SD 33-302 - Chastity (Soundtrack) - Sonny & Cher [9/69]
  • SD 33-303 - Rock and Roll - Vanilla Fudge [1969]
  • SD 33-304 - Blind Faith - Blind Faith [1969] The first cover for this album, issued as SD 33-304A, had the nude upper torso of a pre-pubescent girl holding what looks like an automobile hood ornament. The back cover was a continuation of the picture on the front cover. The album contained a single page insert containing song lyrics. The offending first cover was replaced with one showing a picture of the group on the front cover and the song lyric insert on the back cover. and was issued as SD 33-304B. This original cover was reissued in 1977 on RSO 3016.
  • SD 33-305 - Black Magic - Black Magic [1969]
  • SD 33-306 - Songs For a Tailor - Jack Bruce [1969]
  • SD 33-307 - Dancin' With Nobody But You - Clarence Reid [9/69]
  • SD 33-308 - Allman Brothers Band - Allman Brothers Band [1969] (1-70, #188) This record was issued with Atco labels but the cover denotes Capricorn Record Series.
  • SD 33-309 - Fat Mattress - Fat Mattress [1969]
  • SD 33-310 - New Routes - Lulu [1970]
  • SD 33-311 - R. B. Greaves - R. B. Greaves [1969]
  • SD 33-312 - Reflections - New York Rock & Roll Ensemble [4/70]
  • SD 33-313 - Hoboken Saturday Night - Insect Trust [1970]
  • SD 33-314 - Rock Begins, Volume 1 - Various Artists [1970]
  • SD 33-315 - Rock Begins, Volume 2 - Various Artists [1970]
  • SD 33-316 - Remedies - Dr. John [4/70]
  • SD 33-317 - Open - Blues Image [1970]
  • SD 33-318 - Iron Butterfly Live - Iron Butterfly [1970]
  • SD 33-319 - Moments - Judy Mayhan [1970]
  • SD 33-320 - High Mountain Hoedown - High Mountain Hoedown [1970]
  • SD 33-321 - Rare, Precious and Beautiful, Volume 2 - Bee Gees [1970]
  • SD 33-322 - On the Boards - Taste [1970]
  • SD 33-323 - Robin's Reign - Robin Gibb [1970]
  • SD 33-324 - Blue Mountain Eagle - Blue Mountain Eagle [1970]
  • SD 33-325 - Juicy Lucy - Juicy Lucy [1970]
  • SD 33-326 - Delaney and Bonnie and Friends on Tour With Eric Clapton - Delaney and Bonnie and Friends [1970]
  • SD 33-327 - Cucumber Castle - Bee Gees [1970]
  • SD 33-328 - Live Cream - Cream [1970]
  • SD 33-329 - Eric Clapton - Eric Clapton [1970]
  • SD 33-330 - Melody Fair - Lulu [1970]
  • SD 33-331 - Ton Ton Macoute! - Johnny Jenkins [1970]
  • SD 33-332 - Everything Is Everything - Donny Hathaway [1970]
  • SD 33-333 - Tell the Truth - Otis Redding [1970]
  • SD 33-334 - Livingston Taylor - Livingston Taylor [1970]
  • SD 33-335 - Unspoken Word - Unspoken Word [1970]
  • SD 33-336 - Bein' Free - Jerry Jeff Walker [9/70]
  • SD 33-337 - Turnin' Around - Dee Dee Warwick [1970]
  • SD 33-338 - Get Ready - King Curtis [1970]
  • SD 33-339 - Metamorphosis - Iron Butterfly with Pinera and Rhino [1970]
  • SD 33-340 - Cactus - Cactus [1970]
  • SD 33-341 - To Bonnie From Delaney - Delaney & Bonnie & Friends [1970]
  • SD 33-342 - Idlewild South - Allman Brothers Band [1970] This record was issued with Atco labels but the cover denotes Capricorn Record Series.
  • SD 33-343 - Airforce 2 - Ginger Baker's Airforce [12/70]
  • SD 33-344 - Duncan Pain - Duncan Pain [1970]
  • SD 33-345 - Lie Back and Enjoy It - Juicy Lucy [1970]
  • SD 33-346 - Jesse Ed Davis! - Jesse Ed Davis [1970]
  • SD 33-347 - Fat Mattress 2 - Fat Mattress [1/71]
  • SD 33-348 - Red, White and Blues Image - Blues Image [1970]
  • SD 33-349 - Things We Like - Jack Bruce With John McLaughlin, Dick Heckstall-Smith and Jon Hiseman [1970]
  • SD 33-350 - Tin Tin - Tin Tin [1970]
  • SD 33-351 - Reach For the Sky - Cowboy [1970] The label on this album is Capricorn Records.
  • SD 33-352 - Dada - Dada [1970]
  • SD 33-353 - 2 Years On - Bee Gees [1970]
  • SD 33-354 - Black Oak Arkansas - Black Oak Arkansas [1971]
  • SD 33-355 - The Roger Tillison Album - Roger Tillison [1970]
  • SD 33-356 - One Way...Or Another - Cactus [1971]
  • SD 33-357 - L.A. Getaway - Hill, Barbara and Ethridge Featuring Leon Russell, Dr. John and Clarence White [1970]
  • SD 33-358 - Motel Shot - Delaney & Bonnie & Friends [1971]
  • SD 33-359 - Live At Fillmore West - King Curtis [1971]
  • SD 33-360 - Donny Hathaway - Donny Hathaway [1970]
  • SD 33-361 - Mike Corbett and Jay Hirst With Hugh McCracken - Mike Corbett and Jay Hirst [1971]
  • SD 33-362 - Sun, Moon and Herbs - Dr. John [1971]
  • SD 33-363 - Melody (Soundtrack) - Richard Hewson [1971]
  • SD 33-364 - Buddy Guy and Junior Wells Play the Blues - Buddy Guy and Junior Wells [1972]
  • SD 33-365 - Harmony Row - Jack Bruce [8/71]
  • SD 33-366 - To Help Somebody - Green [1971]
  • SD 33-367 - Get a Whiff of This - Juicy Lucy [1971]
  • SD 33-368 - Rory Gallagher - Rory Gallagher [1971]
  • SD 33-369 - Evolution: The Best of Iron Butterfly - Iron Butterfly [1971]
  • SD 33-370 - Astral Taxi - Tin Tin [1971]
  • SD 33-371 - Their Greatest Recordings - Coasters [1971]
  • SD 33-372 - Her Greatest Recordings - La Vern Baker [1971]
  • SD 33-373 - His Greatest Recordings - Chuck Willis [1971]
  • SD 33-374 - Their Greatest Recordings - Clovers [1971]
  • SD 33-375 - Their Greatest Recordings - Drifters [1971]
  • SD 33-376 - His Greatest Recordings - Joe Turner [1971]
  • SD 33-377 - Restrictions - Cactus [1971]
  • SD 33-378 - It Is and It Isn't - Gordon Haskell [12/71]
  • SD 33-379 - Funky Nassau - Beginning of the End [1972] The label on this album is Alston Records.
  • SD 33-380 - The Patterson Singers - Patterson Singers [1972
  • SD 33-381 - Keep the Faith - Black Oak Arkansas [1972]
  • SD 33-382 - Ululu - Jesse Ed Davis [1972]
  • SD 33-383 - Country Life - Delaney & Bonnie [1972]
  • SD 33-384 - Nevada Jukebox - 60,000,000 Buffalo [1972]
  • SD 33-385 - Everybody's Talkin' - King Curtis [1972]
  • SD 33-386 - Donny Hathaway Live - Donny Hathaway [1972]
  • SD 33-387 - Thin Line Between Love & Hate - Persuaders [1972] The label on this album is Win Or Lose Records.
  • SD 33-388 - I Love the Way You Love - Betty Wright [1972] The label on this album is Alston Records.
  • SD 33-389 - Louisiana Red Sings the Blues - Louisiana Red [1972]

SD-7000 series[8]Edit

  • SD-7001 - Goodbye - Cream [1969]
  • SD-7002 - Hair - Original Cast (London Cast) [1969]
  • SD-7003 - Trafalgar - Bee Gees [1971]
  • SD-7004 - Deuce - Rory Gallagher [1971]
  • SD-7005 - Live Cream, Volume 2 - Cream [1972]
  • SD-7006 - Gumbo - Dr. John [1972]
  • SD-7007 - Vinegar Joe - Vinegar Joe [10/72]
  • SD-7008 - If An Angel Came To See You, Would You Make Her Feel At Home? - Black Oak Arkansas [1972]
  • SD-7009 - Ruth Brown (unreleased)[9]
  • SD-7010 - Come Back Charleston Blue (Soundtrack) - Donny Hathaway [1972]
  • SD-7011 - 'Ot N' Sweaty - Cactus [1972]
  • SD-7012 - To Whom It May Concern - Bee Gees [1972]
  • SD-7013 - Stratavarous - Ginger Baker [8/72]
  • SD-7014 - Best of Delaney and Bonnie - Delaney and Bonnie [1972]
  • SD-7015 - Honky-Tonk Stardust Cowboy - Jonathan Edwards [1972]
  • SD-7016 - Rock 'N' Roll Gypsies - Vinegar Joe [1972]
  • SD-7017 - Son of Cactus - New Cactus Band [1973]
  • SD-7018 - In the Right Place - Dr. John [1973]
  • SD-7019 - Live: Raunch 'N' Roll - Black Oak Arkansas [1973]
  • SD-7020 - New York Rock - Michael Kamen [1973]
  • SD-7021 - Persuaders - Persuaders [1973]
  • SD-7022 - One Live Badger - Badger [1973]
  • SD-7023 - Think About It - King Floyd [1973] This record was released in the Chimneyville Record Series.
  • SD-7024 - Cross Country - Cross Country [1973]
  • SD-7025 - Old Soldiers Never Die - Heads, Hands and Feet [1973]
  • SD-7026 - Hard To Stop - Betty Wright [1973] The label on this album is Alston Records.
  • SD-7027 - Running Water - Clarence Reid [1973] The label on this album is Alston Records.
  • SD-7028 - There Is a Breeze - Mike Johnson [1973]
  • SD-7029 - Extension of a Man - Donny Hathaway [1973]
  • SD-7030 - Happy to Meet, Sorry to Part - Horslips [1973] Horslips was Eamon Carr, Barry Devlin, Johnny Fean, Jim Lockhart, and Charles O'Connor. They combined rock with traditional Irish folk tunes.
  • SD-7031 - Where I'm Coming From - True Reflexion [11/73]
  • SD-7032 - Tabernakel - Jan Akkerman [1973]
  • SD-7033 - Sonny Burke - Sonny Burke [1973]
  • SD-7034 - Addressed To the Censors of Love - Gary Farr [1973]
  • SD-7035 - High on the Hog - Black Oak Arkansas [1973]
  • SD-7036 - Have a Good Time For Me - Jonathan Edwards [1973]
  • SD-7037 - Bang - James Gang [1973]
  • SD-7038 - Blue Magic - Blue Magic [1974]
  • SD-7039 - The Táin - Horslips [1973]
  • SD-7040 - Barry Goldberg - Barry Goldberg [1974]
  • SD-7041 - Creation - Creation [1974] Group included Leon Patillo, later singer with the Santana Band, and keyboard player Lenny Lee Goldsmith, formerly a late member of the Five Americans then later with Sweathog and Stoneground.
  • SD-7042 - Lookin' Thru - Passport [1974]
  • SD-7043 - Desitively Bonnaroo - Dr. John [1974]
  • SD-7044 - Pussycats Can Go Far - Buzzy Linhart [4/74]
  • SD-7045 - Stranded - Roxy Music [1974
  • SD-7046 - Best Thing That Ever Happened To Me - Persuaders [1974]
  • SD-7047 - Heavy Metal Kids - Heavy Metal Kids [1974]

SD-36-100 series[10]Edit

  • SD-36-100 - Hamburger Concerto - Focus [1974]
  • SD-36-101 - Street Party - Black Oak Arkansas [1974]
  • SD-36-102 - Miami - James Gang [1974]
  • SD-36-103 - Magic of the Blue - Blue Magic [1974]
  • SD-36-104 - Lucky Day - Jonathan Edwards [1974]
  • SD-36-105 - Circle of Love - Sister Sledge [1975]
  • SD-36-106 - Country Life - Roxy Music [1974] This album was issued with two different covers. The original cover featured two fashion models in a jungle setting wearing only see-thru bras and panties. A modified cover maintaining the jungle setting, but not picturing the models, was later released under the same catalog number. The album's original cover was reinstated still later, around 1980.
  • SD-36-107 - Cross-Collateral - Passport [1974]
  • SD-36-108 - Hijack - Amon Duul II [1974]
  • SD-36-109 - Hard Road - Stevie Wright [5/75] "Little Stevie" is former lead singer with the Easybeats.
  • SD-36-110 - Barrabas - Barrabas [1974]
  • SD-36-111 - Ain't Life Grand - Black Oak Arkansas [1975]
  • SD-36-112 - Newborn - James Gang [1975]
  • SD-36-113 - Diamond Head - Phil Manzanera [5/75]
  • SD-36-114 - Anvil Chorus - The (Heavy Metal) Kids [6/75]
  • SD-36-115 - Warrior on the Edge of Time - Hawkwind [1975
  • SD-36-116 - Funk Factory - Funk Factory [1975]
  • SD-36-117 - Mother Focus - Focus [1975]
  • SD-36-118 - Heart of the City - Barrabas [1975]
  • SD-36-119 - Made In Germany - Amon Duul II [1975]
  • SD-36-120 - Thirteen Blue Magic Lane - Blue Magic [1975]
  • SD-36-121 - Paradise - Sonny & Linda Sharrock [11/75]
  • SD-36-122 - Mama's Pride - Mama's Pride [1975]
  • SD-36-123 - Elysian Encounter - Baker-Gurvitz Army [11/75] The "Baker" in this band is Ginger Baker, previously of Cream and Ginger Baker's Air Force.
  • SD-36-124 - Glory of the Inner Force - Finch [3/76]
  • SD-36-125 - The Band Plays On - Back Street Crawler [1975] (11-75, #111) Band was formed by Paul Kossoff after the group Free split.
  • SD-36-126 - Mahoney's Last Stand - Ron Wood and Ronnie Lane [1976]
  • SD-36-127 - Siren - Roxy Music [1975]
  • SD-36-128 - Live! Mutha - Black Oak Arkansas [1976]
  • SD-36-129 - A Trick of the Tail - Genesis [1976]
  • SD-36-130 - Lady Bump - Penny McLean [1976]
  • SD-36-131 -
  • SD-36-132 - Infinity Machine - Passport [1976]
  • SD-36-133 - Roxy Music - Roxy Music [6/76] Reissue of Reprise MS-2114. "Virginia Plain" was not on the original UK version [Island 9200].
  • SD-36-134 - For Your Pleasure - Roxy Music [6/76] Reissue of Warner Brothers BS- 2696.
  • SD-36-135 - Impact - Impact [6/76]
  • SD-36-136 - Watch Out - Barrabas [1976]
  • SD-36-137 - Hearts on Fire - Baker-Gurvitz Army [6/76]
  • SD-36-138 - 2nd Street - Back Street Crawler [1976]
  • SD-36-139 - Viva! Roxy Music (The Live Roxy Music Album) - Roxy Music [1976]
  • SD-36-140 - Mystic Dragons - Blue Magic [1976]
  • SD-36-141 - Jesse Come Home - James Gang [1976]
  • SD-36-142 - High Voltage - AC/DC [1976] This album combines tracks from two Australian-only albums from 1975, both of which were released on Albert Productions and produced by Harry Vanda & George Young, formerly members of the Easybeats and composers of the whole of their songs (including "Friday On My Mind").
  • SD-36-143 - Take the Heat Off Me . - Boney M [1977]
  • SD-36-144 - Wind and Wuthering - Genesis [1976]
  • SD-36-145 - Winters Brothers Band - Winters Brothers Band [1/77] This album was issued on the Rabbit label.
  • SD-36-146 - Uptown.. Lowdown - Mama's Pride [1977]
  • SD-36-147 - Peter Gabriel - Peter Gabriel [1977]
  • SD-36-148 - Swept Away - Steve Hunter [5/77] Steve Hunter played guitar with Mitch Ryder's Detroit, Lou Reed, and Alice Cooper.
  • SD-36-149 - Iguacu - Passport [1977]
  • SD-36-150 - Best of Black Oak Arkansas - Black Oak Arkansas [1977]
  • SD-36-151 - Let There Be Rock - AC/DC [1977]
  • SD-36-152 - Redwing - Grinder Switch [1977] This album was issued on the Rabbit label.

SD-38-100 series[11]Edit

  • SD-38-100 - Wind and Wuthering - Genesis [1978] Reissue of Atco SD-36-144.
  • SD-38-101 - A Trick of the Tail - Genesis [1977] Reissue of Atco SD-36-129.
  • SD-38-102 - The Best of Black Oak Arkansas - Black Oak Arkansas [1977]
  • SD-38-103 - Greatest Hits - Roxy Music [11/77]
  • SD-38-104 - The Message - Blue Magic [1977]
  • SD-38-105 - Retrospective: The Best of Buffalo Springfield - Buffalo Springfield [1977] Reissue of Atco SD 33-283.
  • SD-38-106 - Coast To Coast - Winters Brothers Band [1977] This album was issued on the Rabbit label.
  • SD-38-107 - Best of Donny Hathaway - Donny Hathaway [1978]
  • SD-38-108 - Back and Forth - Lindisfarne [12/78]
  • SD 38-109 - Dreams Of Tomorrow - Marilyn Scott [1979]
  • SD-38-110 - Weekend - Mick Jackson [1979]
  • SD-38-111 - Stairway to Love - Wonder Band [3/79]
  • SD-38-112 - Blackfoot Strikes - Blackfoot [5/79]
  • SD-38-113 - Liner - Liner [5/79]
  • SD-38-114 - Manifesto - Roxy Music [1979]
  • SD-38-115 - Disturbing the Peace - TMG [5/79]
  • SD-38-116 - The Wilson Bros. - Wilson Bros. [1979]
  • SD-38-117 - Replicas - Gary Numan and Tubeway Army [1979]
  • SD-38-118 - Rock It - Chuck Berry [1979]
  • SD-38-119 - Garrison and Van Dyke - Garrison and Van Dyke [1979]
  • SD-38-120 - The Pleasure Principle - Gary Numan [1979]
  • SD-38-121 -
  • SD-38-122 - On To Victory - Humble Pie [1980]
  • SD-38-123 - Touch - Touch [1980]
  • SD-38-124 - Shella and B. Devotion - Shella and B. Devotion [9/80] The label on this album is Carrere. The artists are a '60s French singer with background singers, produced by Nile Rodgers & Bernard Edwards of Chic fame
  • SD-38-125 -
  • SD-38-126 - Wheels of Steel - Saxon [9/80] The label on this album is Carrere.
  • SD-38-127 - Stingray - Stingray [9/80] The label on this album is Carrere.
  • SD-38-128 - Fresh Blood - Steve Swindells [1980]
  • SD-38-129 - Thunder - Thunder [1980]
  • MR 38-130 - Going Up - Joey Wilson [1980] The label on this album is Modern.
  • SD-38-131 - Go For the Throat - Humble Pie [1980]
  • SD-38-132 - Catholic Boy - Jim Carroll [1980]
  • SD 38-133 - McGuffey Lane - McGuffey Lane [1980]
  • SD-38-134 - Sterling Harrison - Sterling Harrison [3/81] The label on this album is Real World.
  • MR-38-135 - Jah Malla - Jah Malla [1981] The label on this album is Modern.
  • EC 38-136 - From Branch To Branch - Leon Redbone [1981] The label on this album is Emerald City.
  • SD-38-137 - The Skill - Sherbs [1981]
  • SD 38-138 -
  • MR-38-139 - Bella Donna - Stevie Nicks [1981] Label on this album is Modern.
  • SD-38-140 -
  • SD 38-141 - No Refuge - Eddie Schwartz [1981]
  • SD-38-142 - Too Late to Be a Hero - John Entwistle [10/81]
  • SD-38-143 - Dance - Gary Numan [1981]
  • SD-38-144 - Aqua Dream - McGuffey Lane [1981]
  • SD 38-145 - Dry Dreams - Jim Carroll Band [1982]
  • SD 38-146 - Defying Gravity - Sherbs [1982]
  • SD-38-147 -
  • SD-38-148 - Offering - Axe [1982]
  • SD-38-149 - All the Best Cowboys Have Chinese Eyes - Pete Townshend [1982]
  • SAM-150 - Pete Listening Time: Pete Townshend Introduces the Tracks from His New Album "All the Best Cowboys Have Chinese Eyes" - Pete Townshend [1982] The above album with introductions for the tracks.
  • SD 38-151 - Turn It Loud - Headpins [1982]
  • RY 38-152 - Zapped! Original Motion Picture Soundtrack - Various Artists [1982] The label on this album is Regency.

SD-32-100 series[12]Edit

  • SD-32-100 - Empty Glass - Pete Townshend [1980]
  • SD-32-101 - Tomcattin' - Blackfoot [1980]
  • SD-32-102 - Flesh and Blood - Roxy Music [1980]
  • SD-32-103 - Telekon - Gary Numan [1980]
  • SD-32-104 - Headphones for Cows - Thunder [1980]
  • SD-32-105 - Margo Michaels and Nitelite - Margo Michaels and Nitelite [8/81] The label on this album is Real World.
  • SD-32-106 - First Album - Tubeway Army [1981]
  • SD-32-107 - Marauder - Blackfoot [1981]
  • SD-32-108 - Vinyl Futures - Riff Raff [1981] This group included Doug Lubahn (bass) and Werner Fritzschings (guitar), both of Pierce Arrow as well as other groups.
  • SD 32-109 - Apache - Apache [9/81] The label on this album is Emerald.

2-400 series[12]Edit

  • SD2-400 - Woodstock, Vol. 2 - Various Artists [1971] (2-LP set) This album has Cotillion labels.
  • SD 2-401 - The Lamb Lies Down on Broadway - Genesis [1974] (2-LP set)

2-700 series[12]Edit

  • SD 2-700 - Wheels of Fire - Cream [1968]
  • SD 2-701 - Streetnoise - Brian Auger and Julie Driscoll [1969]
  • SD 2-702 - Odessa - Bee Gees [1969]
  • SD 2-703 - Ginger Baker's Air Force - Ginger Baker's Air Force [1970] (2-LP set)
  • SD 2-704 - Layla - Derek and the Dominos [1970] (2-LP set)
  • SD 2-705 - Mar y Sol - Various Artists [1972] (2-LP set)

2-800 series[12]Edit

  • SD 2-801 - The Best of Otis Redding - Otis Redding [1972] (2-LP set)
  • SD-2-802 - Allman Brothers Band At Fillmore East - Allman Brothers Band [1972] The labels on this 2 record set are Capricorn Records.
  • SD-2-803 - History of Eric Clapton - Eric Clapton with Various Bands [4/72]
  • SD-2-804 - The Two of Us - Sonny and Cher [9/72] Reissue of Atco SD 33- 177 and Atco SD 33-203.
  • SD-2-805 - Beginnings - Allman Brothers Band [1973] Reissue of Capricorn SD 33-308 and Capricorn SD 33-342.
  • SD-2-806 - Buffalo Springfield - Buffalo Springfield [1973]

Special issue[12]Edit

SP 1001 - For Teenagers Only - Bobby Darin [1960] This special issue was released during the height of Bobby Darin's popularity.

Atco Group[12]Edit

SD-850 - Smash Sounds - Various Artists [1967]

SD-11000 series[12]Edit

SD-11000 - The Beat Goes On - Sonny and Cher [1/76]

RosterEdit

The following is a list of artists who have recorded for ATCO Records.

ReferencesEdit

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