- United Kingdom
- from 1927 to 1965
Record label owned by Levy's of 139 Whitechapel High Street, London, which released only intermittently.
The 1000 series, which contained 13 discs released from 1927 had all but one of its titles drawn from Vocalion's "race" repertory.
In 1931 the P100 series was started, with recordings made in Britain. The LV100 series of 1934 drew from the French label Ultraphon.
Levy's revived the label again in 1950 until 1965 when it was the exclusive British licensee for American Mercury recordings. It established the Embassy sub-label in 1953.
- Related labels
Embassy [GB] Sublabel (1953-1965)
|MG 10018||The Chas McDevitt Skiffle Group featuring Nancy Whiskey||The Intoxicating Miss Whiskey||1957||12" LP|
|MG 20004||various artists||Selection of the Songs from Salad Days - A Bristol Old Vic Production||1954||12" LP|
|MG 20037||Wilfred Pickles, Harry Smart||The Pleasure's Mine - A Selection of His Favourite Poems||1960||12" LP|
|PS 40058||Alexis Korner's Blues Inc.||Alexis Korner's Blues Inc. at The Cavern||1964||12" LP|
|SPS 40022||Clinton Ford with the George Chisholm All Stars||Clinton Ford||1962||12" LP|
|SPS 40025||Clinton Ford||Country Style Ancient and Modern||1962||12" LP|
|SPS 40030||Eric Siday & His Orchestra with Terry Burton and Ivor Raymond||Cockney Corner||1962||12" LP|