Independent American label: Paradise Records was owned by Leon Russell; it was the successor to his Shelter label. It ran from 1976-79, and wasn't particularly prolific. There were a handful of releases in the States, but apparently only three over here: a couple of LPs and the single pictured, Leon Russell's, Elvis and Marilyn' (K-17244; 1978). Manufacture and Distribution were by Warner in the States and WEA in Britain. . Thanks to Robert Lyons For The Info.