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When the group rejected opportunities offered by the record company to record others' songs, the record company withheld further recording opportunities, and the group disbanded. Ripp shifted from performing to being behind-the-scenes in the music business. About his potential as a performer, Ripp states, "I sucked. Together, the Kama Sutra and Buddah labels released almost 100 Billboard Top 40 singles and almost fifty hits on the Billboard Rhythm & Blues chart Family Productions. time Fidelity Recording.
While the Buddah label was best known for its role in the 1967-1970 bubblegum genre and for giving rise to one surprise hit after another, it also was responsible for more substantive work from such acts as Curtis Mayfield, Gladys Knight & the Pips, early Captain Beefheart, and Charlie Daniels. The latter two are unfortunately not represented in this collection; even so, the sheer breadth of material covered here is astonishing. Unlike better-known labels of the period like Motown, Stax, and Philles, there is no unifying sonic trait in the artists under the Buddah umbrella. Together, the Kama Sutra and Buddah labels released almost 100 Billboard Top 40 singles and almost fifty hits on the Billboard Rhythm & Blues chart. This productivity amounted to about one chart hit for every five releases; major record labels of the day realized about one chart hit for every twenty to thirty releases. For example, musician Neil Merryweather says of the eponymous album his "Heavy Cruiser" band put out, "Artie made a chunk of money and we never made a dime. But that's the way it was the whole time we were with Family Productions.
Kama Sutra Records helped bolster MGM Records' profits during 1965 and 1966, primarily due to the success of Kama Sutra's flagship artists The Lovin' Spoonful. Kama Sutra's head, Art Kass, ultimately grew dissatisfied with his distribution deal with MGM and founded Buddah Records in 1967, with his Kama Sutra partners, Artie Ripp, Hy Mizrahi, Phil Steinberg, and (allegedly) Italian mobster Sonny Franzese. Kass brought in 24-year-old Neil Bogart to oversee Buddah's daily operations.
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Kama Sutra/Buddah Records Story. Buddah Records Discography, Part 1 (1967-1973). Buddah Records Discography, Part 2 (1973-1982). Kama Sutra Records Discography. Subsidiaries and Distributed Labels: Brut Records Discography.
distributed or sub-labels like; Kama Sutra, ZE, Curtom, T-Neck, Sussex, Pavilion, Cobblestone, Hot Wax, Southwind, Charisma, Brut, Super . National General, Eleuthera. Kama Sutra had started to get some issues with the MGM distribution and during summer of 1967 Art Kass decided to start a new label - Buddah Records was born. Funnily the logo was a Shiva statue and not a Buddha, but that was probably just to show the relation to Kama Sutra Records which used the same Shiva in their logo. PYE was also active releasing various classics from different labels using the Buddah label for their Big Deal 4-track 12"inches in the early/mid 80's Another lady, who had started out as a musical singer in Hair and who won a Tony Award for her part in Purlie, joined the label and set the tone right away with her major.
While working at Kama Sutra Records, Art Kass was unhappy with the distribution deal with MGM Records and started Buddah Records around 1967. He brought in Neil Bogart, who was an MGM General Manager in the early sixties. Buddah's first single was "Yes, We Have No Bananas"/"The Audition" by the Mulberry Fruit Band (BDA 1) and its first album was "Safe As Milk" by Captain Beefheart & His Magic Band (BDM-1001/BDS-5001). played it safe by using only Buddah recordings for this record . Kama Sutra Records, from 1969 (when the co-owned label's distribution deal with MGM Records expired) to 1976.
|A1||–Melanie||What Have They Done To My Song Ma|
|A2||–The Lemon Pipers||Green Tambourine|
|A3||–Five Stairsteps||Ooh Child|
|A4||–Wadsworth Mansion||Sweet Mary|
|A5||–Melanie||Peace Will Come|
|A6||–The Critters||Don't Let The Rain Fall Down On Me|
|A7||–The Shangri-Las||I Can Never Go Home Anymore|
|B1||–Edwin Hawkins Singers||Oh Happy Day|
|B2||–The Critters||Mr. Dieingly Sad|
|B3||–Melanie||(I Lay Down) Candles In The Rain|
|B4||–The Jaggerz||The Rapper|
|B6||–Chee Chee & Peppy||I Know I'm In Love|
|B7||–The Shangri-Las||(Remember Walking In The Sand|
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