Redwood Records was a DIY label. It was owned by music journalist Graham Wood and licensed to Satril Records. Redwood issued three singles in 1977, one of which was by Buddy Knox, who had had a Top 30 hit in 1957 with 'Party Doll'. Knox's, 'The Harmony In You And Me Is Gone' (RWS-5001; 5/77) failed to repeat that success; and neither of the other two Redwood singles did any better. The label design is disappointingly plain: you would hope for a picture of a tree, or the rings of a sawn-off trunk, or something; but there's nothing. That said, the printing was red, and the label belonged to a Mr. Wood, so I suppose its appearance could be justified. Manufacture and distribution were by Pye, as they were for Satril's own records at that time. Graham Wood was an expert on the music of the '50s and '60s, and Redwood held the British rights to a store of vintage repertoire, some of which it had licensed to Satril and to Chiswick. Thanks to Robert Lyons For The Info.
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