NASHVILLE INTERNATIONAL
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Independent label: Nashville International Records was a London-based Country Music label, owned by Mervyn Conn; a successor to his 'Nashville' label. Nashville International lasted long enough (1972 to 1975) to issue at least nine singles; it also released around a dozen albums, including a new one from British duo Graham and Lynn McCarthy and reissues from Bill Black's Combo and Harlan County.  A couple of the company's singles, 'Looking Back In Anger' by Glen Sherley (7N-45181) and Sammi Smith's 'I've Got To Have You' (7N-25595) were issued on the Pye / Pye International labels on the 6th of October 1972; the Nashville International label as such appeared in the following month.  Manufacture and distribution were by Pye.  The American material on the label was to be licensed mainly from the 'Mega' label.  In 1980 Conn started up the 'MC' or 'Mervyn Conn' label, which was again dedicated to Country music. Thanks to Robert Lyons For The Info.

   
72 Ward Jack Big Blue Diamond NASHVILLE INTERNATIONAL  NAS 101
72 Collins Brian IM Gonna Sit Right Down And Write Myself Letter NASHVILLE INTERNATIONAL  NAS 102
73 Ryan Jamey Memories To Spare NASHVILLE INTERNATIONAL  NAS 103
73 Mccarthy Lyn & Graham Friends With You NASHVILLE INTERNATIONAL  NAS 104
73 Wally You Are The One NASHVILLE INTERNATIONAL  NAS 105
73 Bowman Dan Hello Dj NASHVILLE INTERNATIONAL  NAS 106
73 Not Traced NASHVILLE INTERNATIONAL  NAS 107
74 Felts Narvel Drift Away NASHVILLE INTERNATIONAL  NAS 108
74 Sellars Marilyn One Day At A Time NASHVILLE INTERNATIONAL  NAS 109

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