DECCA


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DECCADepartment of Commerce and Community Affairs (East Moline, IL)
DECCADevelopment and Construction Corporation of America
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For that reason it's especially gratifying to me that the album will appear on Decca, my first ever label.
In order to accommodate the extra steering axle, Decca contracted Quebec-based Simard Suspensions to tighten the unit's existing steering axle spacing configuration.
His family said: "Tony Wilkinson and his partner Decca Aitkenhead were on holiday in a village on the south coast of Jamaica with their two sons, aged three and four.
She said of the new, three-album deal: "It is exciting and special to be returning to Decca - a decade after they first signed me.
CHANGE OF PACE Above, drummer Decca with John Leslie from Warm Zone; right, with Angelic Upstarts singer Mensi, back in 1979
Mark Wilkinson, Director of Marketing for Decca, has worked with many of the Welsh artists and groups which have recorded under the Universal umbrella over the past 10 years, including Bryn Terfel, Aled Jones and Katherine Jenkins.
Decca and Unity were "Bouds," and spoke their own language; Decca and Debo were "Hens," "Hons," or "Henderson"; Decca and Nancy were "Sooze" and/or "Susan"; Diana was "Honks" (as were other Dianas), Nancy was "The French Lady"--as she became one in reality--and to Nancy, Debo was what she called her sister's "real" mental age: "9.
Lecturers and students from Sandwell College and young people from Sandwell YMCA were among those to receive the awards at a presentation hosted by DECCA (Drug Education, Counselling and Confidential Advice).
As Mitford enthusiasts are aware, Diana--the only sister Decca never forgave--married Oswald Mosley, the leader of the British Union of Fascists.
Gloucestershire-based Decca Print, which originally operated from a site in Coventry, is looking for a home for an old hand-operated printers' guillotine.
Larsen's works are widely recorded on such labels as Angel/EMI, Nonesuch, Decca and Koch International Classics.