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Warren Smith: A Great Rockabilly

Martin Hawkins, Country Music People, December 1973

THE SMALL record company has always had a significant place in the Country Music recording industry for it is these which provide the raw material from which the major labels draw. Some of the best and most of the successful artists are taken over by companies such as RCA, Columbia or Capitol and it is usually only at this time when an artist is already established that his recordings become available to the British buyer.

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