Music: New Records, Nov. 23, 1953

To the rich and growing roster of recording labels in the U.S., two new and distinctly major labels have been added. Their names are Angel and Epic, both feature luxurious recorded sound, and U.S. record buyers are due to hear a good deal more of them.

The Angel label reflects the decision of Britain's big and prosperous Electric & Musical Industries Ltd. (which controls the catalogues of H.M.V. and British Columbia) to invade the U.S. market. With a wide-ranging selection of classical and modern music priced to meet U.S. list prices, Angel is offering...

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