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The Philips label was created in 1950 by the Philips Phonografische Industrie N.V. (PPI), subsidiary of the Dutch Philips Electronics company. The label was distributed globally by Philips' local subsidiaries or licensees. In the US the label was introduce
Releases on file (26)
Harvey Mandel — Righteous Harvey Mandel — Righteous
(Philips PHS 600-306, 1969, LP)
Harvey Mandel — Games Guitars Play Harvey Mandel — Games Guitars Play
(Philips PHS 600-325, 1969, LP)
Magma — Magma Magma — Magma
(Philips 6395 001/002, 1970, 2LP)
Graham Collier Music Featuring Harry Beckett — Mosaics Graham Collier Music Featuring Harry Beckett — Mosaics
(Philips 6308 051, 1971, LP)
Ekseption / Royal Philharmonic Orchestra — Ekseption 00.04 Ekseption / Royal Philharmonic Orchestra — Ekseption 00.04
(Philips 6423 019, 1971, LP)
Ekseption — Trinity Ekseption — Trinity
(Philips 6423 056, 1972, LP)
Gordon Giltrap — Giltrap Gordon Giltrap — Giltrap
(Philips 6308 175, 1973, LP)
Ekseption — Bingo Ekseption — Bingo
(Philips 6413 501, 1974, LP)
Ekseption — Mindmirror Ekseption — Mindmirror
(Philips 6423 082, 1975, LP)
Ys — Madame la Frontière Ys — Madame la Frontière
(Philips 9101 056, 1976, LP)
Ekseption — Back to the Classics Ekseption — Back to the Classics
(Philips 6410 129, 1976, LP)
Keris — Avel Vor Keris — Avel Vor
(Philips 101 150, 1977, LP)
Catherine Ribiero + Alpes — Passions Catherine Ribiero + Alpes — Passions
(Philips 9101 270, 1979, LP)
Ange  — Au-Delà du Délire Ange — Au-Delà du Délire
(Philips 842 239-2, 1974/1988, CD)
Ange — Le Cimetière des Arlequins Ange — Le Cimetière des Arlequins
(Philips 842238-2, 1973/1988, CD)
Ange — Emile Jacotey Ange — Emile Jacotey
(Philips 842 240-2, 1975/1988, CD)
Jumbo — Vietato Ai Minori di 18 Anni? Jumbo — Vietato Ai Minori di 18 Anni?
(Philips 846 462-2, 1973/1990, CD)
Le Orme — Storia o Leggenda Le Orme — Storia o Leggenda
(Philips 842 510-2, 1977/1990, CD)
Le Orme — Verità Nascoste Le Orme — Verità Nascoste
(Philips 842 512-2, 1976/1990, CD)
Le Orme — Collage Le Orme — Collage
(Philips 842505 2, 1971/1990, CD)
Le Orme — Contrappunti Le Orme — Contrappunti
(Philips 842 506-2, 1974/1990, CD)
Le Orme — Florian Le Orme — Florian
(Philips 842 508-2, 1979/1990, CD)
Le Orme — Piccola Rapsodia dell'Ape Le Orme — Piccola Rapsodia dell'Ape
(Philips 842 822-2, 1980/1990, CD)
Le Orme — Uomo di Pezza Le Orme — Uomo di Pezza
(Philips UICY-9115, 1972/2001, CD)
Weed — Weed Weed — Weed
(Philips SPV 50882, 1971/2008, CD)
Le Orme — Felona e Sorona Le Orme — Felona e Sorona
(Philips UICY-94525, 1973/2009, CD)

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