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Billboard Charts

  • Whitburn, Joel. Joel Whitburn's Top Pop Albums 1955-1996. Menomonee Falls, WI: Record Research, Inc., 1996.
  • Whitburn, Joel. Top Pop Singles 1955-1999. Menomonee Falls, WI: Record Research, Inc., 2000.
  • Whitburn, Joel. Top Adult Contemporary 1961-2001. Menomonee Falls, WI: Record Research, Inc., 2002.
  • Whitburn, Joel. The Billboard Book of Top 40 R&B and Hip-Hop Hits 1942-2004. New York: Billboard Books, 2006.
  • Whitburn, Joel. Top R&B Albums 1965-1998, Menomonee Falls, WI: Record Research, Inc., 1999.
Billboard Talent in Action/Talent Almanac/Number One Awards
  • Billboard Year End special inserts
Cash Box Charts
  • Cash Box weekly charts
Gold and Platinum Records
  • Recording Industry Association of America
Grammy Nominations
  • National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences
1962
  • Billboard articles and reviews
  • Big Bats In Latin Hits. Billboard, April 4, 1964.
1963
  • Billboard articles and reviews
1964
  • Repertoire Digs the Unusual. Billboard.
  • A&M Inks Pye as Outliet in UK, ., Wait on Italy. Billboard, December 12, 1964.
  • Repertoire Digs the Unusual. Billboard, June 20, 1964.
1965
  • A&M Joins the Capitol Record Club. Billboard.
  • A&M Spreading Wings. Billboard, October 9, 1965.
  • Tribute to an Industry Leader (by Jerry Moss). Billboard. October 28, 1967.
  • Music Captials of the World (Sydney). George Hilder. Billboard, September 11, 1965.
  • Music Captials of the World (Hollywood). Eliot Tiegel. Billboard, September 25, 1965.
1966
  • Alpert-Moss Combine Prepping Major Expansion Moves in 1967. Billboard, January 7, 1966.
  • A Revamping Due for Col.'s A&R on Coast. Billboard, November 6, 1966.
  • Ampex, A&M 'Simulrelease.' Billboard, December 10, 1966.
  • Ampex Builds Catalog Powerhouse. Ray Brack. Billboard, November 26, 1966.
1967
  • Alpert-Moss Combine Prepping Major Expansion Moves in 1967. Billboard, January 7, 1967.
  • Motown and A&M Joining the Playtape Trackwagon. Billboard, March 18, 1967.
  • . Steps Up Raids on . Graeme Andrews. Billboard, March 25, 1967.
  • Urie Pop Ad TV Image Maker. Eliot Tiegel. Billboard, November 18, 1967.
  • Signings. Billboard, October 21, 1967.
  • Signings. Billboard, April 8, 19674.
  • Signings. Billboard, April 29, 1967.
  • Music Capitals of the World (Paris). Mike Hennessey. Billboard, June 17, 1967.
  • Signings. Billboard, July 8, 1967, 24.
  • Executive Turntable. Billboard, October 7, 1967.
  • Executive Turntable. Billboard, December 16, 1967.
1968
  • A&M on Own in Duping, Selling. Hank Fox. Billboard, May 11, 1968.
  • Promotion Spurs Festival to 'Label Months' Series. Jock Veitch. Billboard, May 18, 1968.
1969
  • New Artists Spark A&M Sales. Eliot Tiegel. Billboard, August 15, 1970.
  • Jukebox Goldies Offeredd by A&M. Cash Box, March 22, 1969.
  • Signings. Billboard. April 12, 1969.
  • A&M Records 10th Anniversary book.
1970
  • Signings. Billboard. May 30, 1970, 22.
  • Howe Co. Signs A&M, Lib, Cap Production Deals. Billboard, June 13, 1970.
  • A&M Record Has August In History. Cash Box, August 12, 1970.
  • New Artists Spark A&M Sales. Eliot Tiegel. Billboard, August 15, 1970.
  • Film Depicts A& M's History. Cash Box, 24.
  • Japan Disk Sales 20 Percent Increase. Billboard, September 26, 1970.
  • Campus News. Bob Glassenberg. Billboard, October 10, 1970.
  • A&M Bright Co. in Drab Economy. Billboard, December 12, 1970.
  • Mfrs.' Headahces Mounting Up As Tape Piracy Goes Rolling On. Eliot Tiegel. Billboard, August 15, 1970.
  • A&M, NARM Set Up Fund. Billboard, August 8, 1970.
  • A&M Twin-Pacl Plan Is Being Stepped Up. Billboard, October 3, 1970.
  • Executive Turntable. Billboard, November 21, 1970.
  • Signings. Billboard. November 7, 1970.
  • A&M Lists Banner August Sales Month. Billboard, November 7, 1970.
1971
  • A&M Records Hold Annual Regional Promotion Meets. Cash Box, April 10, 1971.
  • A&M's Brazil Deal Settled. Billboard, April 17, 1971.
  • A&M Studio Spots CTV. Eliot Tiegel. Billboard, August 21, 1971.
  • A&M Fall Meeting: 14 LP's, 6 New Acts. Billboard, September 25, 1971
  • Japan Disk Sales 20 Percent Increase. Billboard, September 26, 1970.
  • Billboard 1972 Trendsetter Awards. Billboard, December 25, 1971.
1972
  • A&M Records the First Ten Years (a Fairy Tale). Chuck Cassell. A&M Records, Inc. 1972.
  • A&M Voter Drive. Cash Box, February 26, 1972.
  • A&M S. Calif. TV Spots for Billy Preston's 'Wrote.' Billboard, August 26, 1972.
  • A&M Regionals Launch New Albums. Cash Box, October 21, 1972.
  • 10-Year-Old Label Builds Pop Image. Nat Freedland. Billboard, September 30, 1972.
1973
  • Gross-Kupps' Co. to A&M. Billboard, June 30, 1973.
  • King Product to Fete A&M, London Ties. Cash Box, April 21, 1973.
  • A&M Issues 15 'Q' Tapes. Billboard, July 14, 1973.
  • Japan Tops Foreign Markets for A&M. Nat Freedland. Billboard.
  • A&M Releasing 5 'Greatest Hits' Sets. Billboard, November 13, 1973.
1974
  • A&M Singles Price Changes. Cash Box, July 20, 1974.
  • A&M Aussie Meet. Cash Box, September 14, 1974.
  • A&M to Kiddie Market. Cash Box, October 12, 1974.
  • A&M and EMI Renew Pacts at . Huddle. Billboard, October 19, 1974.
  • A&M Releases Its First CD-4 Album. Billboard, November 9, 1974.
  • Six SQ Matrix Packages Released By A&M Diskery. Billboard, November 30, 1974.
  • A&M Hikes LP By Full Dollar. Billboard. August 27, 1974.
1976
  • A&M Developing New Muscle On East Coast. Ed Harrison. Billboard. January 8, 1977.
  • Album Vital to Longevity. Billboard June 26, 1976.
1977
  • A&M Expanding with Building of New Offices. Billboard, October 16, 1976.
  • Phonogram, A&M 5-Nation African Tie. Ed Harrison. Billboard, January 22, 1977.
  • A&M Beefing Up College Rep Staff. Ed Harrison. Billboard, January 29, 1977.
  • Punk Comes of Age (Interview Upon Signing with A&M Records). B. Harrison. Melody Maker, March 19, 1977.
  • A&M Draws Sex Pistols; Sees Act As 'New Force.' Chris White. Billboard, March 26, 1977.
  • Sex Pistols Dropped by A&M in the . Peter Jones. Billboard, April 2, 1977.
  • A&M Seeks 'All the Marbles,' Moss Says. Ed Harrison. Billboard, April 16, 1977.
  • A&M Will Change Its Florida Distrib. Billboard. June 25, 1977.
  • A&M Using New Ad Forms In . Billboard. May 14, 1977.
  • Satellite Hookup by A&M Plugs Label's R&Bers. Ed Harrison. Billboard. January 21, 1978.
1978
  • Newest A&M Wing Centralizes Data. Ed Harrison. Billboard. January 14, 1978.
  • A&M Has 5 New Branches Coming. Ed Harrison and John Sippel. Billboard, 1. February 18, 1978.
  • More Labels Than Ever at NECAA Powwow. Ed Harrison. Billboard, February 25, 1978.
  • A&M Backs Job Program For Inner-City Youth. Dave DeMartino. Billboard, April 25, 1978.
  • Field Personnel Urged to Supply Label Feedback. Billboard. July 22, 1978.
  • A&M's Cutouts Go to Pickwick. Billboard. September 2, 1978.
  • Moss Slaps WB, CBS At A&M Meet. Ed Harrison. Billboard. July 29, 1978.
  • Childs Appointed Sr. VP Promotion For A&M Records. Cash Box, July 1, 1978.
  • Campagna, Reitman & Moinet Named VPs At A&M Records. Cash Box, July 8, 1978.
  • Meyer, Ayeroff Named At A&M. Cash Box, July 15, 1978.
  • A&M Black Music Success Leads to New Label Focus. Charles Palkert. Cash Box. October 14, 1978.
  • Powell Appointed to A&M VP Post. Cash Box, October 28, 1978.
  • 'A&M Month' Set. Cash Box, December 16, 1978.
1979
  • A&M Declares Overseas Alignment with Phonogram. Billboard. January 27, 1979.
  • New York Times. Changing Face of Record Distribution. Marc Kirkeby. February 18, 1979.
  • 5 Lose A&M Denver Jobs. Billboard. March 27, 1979.
  • A&M Hits Jackpot with British Import Acts. Paul Grein. Billboard. June 2, 1979.
  • A&M Pacts with . New Wave Syndicate. Billboard. August 4, 1979.
  • A&M's Axe Slashes 50. Billboard. December 12, 1979.
  • More Resources Now Acailable for Artists, Says Moss. Alan Sutton. Cash Box. January 27, 1979.
  • Fead Joins RCA As Division VP, Sales and Distrib. Cash Box, February 3, 1979.
  • A&M Revamps Its Promo Department. Cash Box. February 3, 1979.
  • Bornstein [Named] New VP at A&M. Cash Box. February 10, 1979.
  • A&M Sets Major Restructuring of Sales Department. Cash Box. March 17, 1979.
  • A&M Sets Major Restructuring of Sales Department. Cash Box. March 17, 1979.
  • High Court Refuses to Terminate Suit vs. A&M, Motown. Cash Box, April 28, 1979.
  • Kirkup Named VP, Artist Development at A&M Records. Cash Box. May 19, 1979.
  • A≈M Names Losmann International Director. Cash Box. June 9. 1979.
  • Kershenbaum to Head A&M's A&R. Cash Box. June 23, 1979.
  • Supertramp Highlights A&M's Interational Program In 1979. Richard Imamura. Casbhox. August 4, 1979.
  • A&M Teams with WNEW-FM/NY For Triple Live Broadcast Feature. Cash Box. August 11, 1979.
  • Leon Namd VP, East Coast Opns., For A&M Records. Cash Box. November 10, 1979.
  • A&M Names Burton to Senior VP Spot. Cash Box. November 17, 1979.
  • Parkinson Named at A&M Records. Cash Box. November 24, 1979.
1980
  • CBS-A&M Latin License. Adam White. Billboard, August 2, 1980.
  • Laser-Etched LP Marketed By A&M. Ed Harrison. Billboard, August 9, 1980.
  • Inside Track. Billboard, September 13, 1980.
1981
  • dbx-Encoded Discs to Hit 200 In '81. Jim McCullaugh. Billboard, August 8, 1981.
1982
  • A&M Revives $ LP List for New Acts. Billboard, January 16, 1982.
  • RCA, A&M Up Midline Price. Billboard. May 1, 1982.
  • dbx Cassettes Readied for Personal Stereo Players. Jim McCullaugh. Billboard, May 1, 1982.
  • RCA, A&M Hike Prices. Billboard, June 19, 1982.
  • Stones Pace Group Pack; A&M's British Connection. Paul Grein. Billboard, July 3, 1982.
  • A&M Charging for Duplication of Promo Clips. Billboar,. September 4, 1982.
  • A&M Marks 20 Years of Chart Success. Paul Grein. Billboard.
  • Billboard, December 25, 1982
1983
  • A&M Keeps Big Apple Polished. Roman Kozak. Billboard. March 19, 1983.
  • A&M Records Ends Pact with CBS Subsidiary: Polydor Will Handle European Distribution. William Knoedelseder, Jr. Los Angeles Times January 30, 1985.
1985
  • A&M, IRS to End Marketing Ties. Sam Sutherland. Billboard. December 15, 1984.
1986
  • A&M, Capitol Testing New CD Box. Sam Sutherland. Billboard. February 22, 1986.
  • A&M Links With Canyon. Billboard. July 5, 1986.
  • Great Promotion (Friesen, Minor photo). Billboard. July 12, 1986.
  • Chart Beat. Paul Grein. Billboard. October 25, 1986.
1987
  • BET, A&M In Benefit. Billboard, June 27, 1992.
1988
  • Global Take Is Adding to A&M's 'Very Special' Aid. Chris Morris. Billboard, April 2, 1988.
1991
  • Changing Times at A&M. Michael Goldberg. Rolling Stone. May 16, 1991.
1992
  • Changing Times at A&M. Michael Goldberg. Rolling Stone. May 16, 1991.
1996
  • A&M Nashville a Victim of Country Label Growth. Deborah Evans Price, Chet Flippo. Billboard, September 21, 1996.
2001
  • Chart Beat. Fred Bronson. Billboard, 148. May 12, 2001.
2002
  • > Bobby Rymer Appointed Vice President Almo Irving/Rondor Music Nashville. Universal Music Group Press Release, October 4, 2002.
2005
  • A&M Records Still Stands for Artists and Music. Universal Music Group Press Release, July 1, 2005.
2006
  • Acclaimed Producer, Musician and Label Executive Ron Fair Promoted to Chairman of Geffen Records. Universal Music Group Press Release, August 14, 2006.
  • Ron Moss Promoted to Executive Vice President/Creative for Rondor Music Publishing. Universal Music Group Press Release, October 2, 2006.
2007
  • 6 Questions with Herb Alpert and Jerry Moss. Brian Garrity. Billboard. February 24, 2007.
  • Beatles Ready for Legal Downloading Soon. Roger Friedman. Fox News. February 12, 2007.
  • Alpert & Moss Honored by Grammy Group. Associated Press.
  • Interscope Geffen A&M Acquires Octone. Todd Martens. Billboard.
 

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