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Decca Records

The American branch of Decca Records was founded in 1934 by Brunswick producer and executive Jack Kapp, who absconded with a portion of Brunswick's most popular talent, including Bing Crosby, the Boswell Sisters, and the Mills Brothers to record for the new label, he also introduced relatively unknown talent such as Jimmie Lunceford and Chick Webb, who helped develop a new style called swing.



Special/Other Decca Labels



Coral Records

In 1949, Decca began producing Coral Records, which recorded various genres of records throughout the 1950s.



Other Labels Produced By Decca




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