LEICESTER RECORDING COMPANY
Independent label: Leicester Recording Company Records would appear to have been a custom recording concern. Two of those were EPs: a self-titled one from Leicester-based club band The Good Impressions (LRC GI-1; 1970), and 'A Christmas Miscellany' from the New Parks Ringers, a team of handbell ringers from the New Parks Boys' School, Leicester (1975). The third was an LP of a recording of a church service at the Leicester City Football Ground ('Holy Eucharist', LRC HR-1; 1976). There was also at least one EP which came out on the Charnwood label in 1979. The label was based, at 5a Thurcaston Road Leicester. The method of numbering seems to have been to use an LRC prefix followed by initials referring to the artist / customer, with the actual number indicating how many records the company had made for that particular person. Quantity of records produced through the Leicester Recording Company is anybody's guess at the moment; as indeed is the question of whether or not it was responsible for any records pre-1970 or post-1979. Distributed By Leicester Recording Company Records. Thanks to Robert Lyons For The Info.
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