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A&M Records was an American record label founded as an independent company by Herb Alpert and Jerry Moss in 1962. Due to the success of the discography A&M released, the label garnered interest and was eventually acquired by PolyGram in 1989. PolyGram was
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Strawbs — Strawbs Strawbs — Strawbs
(A&M AMLS 936, 1969, LP)
Strawbs — Dragonfly Strawbs — Dragonfly
(A&M AMLS 970, 1970, LP)
Strawbs — Just a Collection of Antiques and Curios (Live at the Queen Elizabeth Hall) Strawbs — Just a Collection of Antiques and Curios (Live at the Queen Elizabeth Hall)
(A&M SP-4288, 1970, LP)
Strawbs — From the Witchwood Strawbs — From the Witchwood
(A&M AMLH 64304, 1971, LP)
Strawbs — Grave New World Strawbs — Grave New World
(A&M SP-4344, 1972, LP)
Strawbs — Bursting at the Seams Strawbs — Bursting at the Seams
(A&M SP-4383, 1973, LP)
Hudson-Ford — Nickelodeon Hudson-Ford — Nickelodeon
(A&M SP-3616, 1973, LP)
Strawbs — Hero and Heroine Strawbs — Hero and Heroine
(A&M SP-3607, 1974, LP)
Hudson-Ford — Free Spirit Hudson-Ford — Free Spirit
(A&M SP-3652, 1974, LP)
Strawbs — Ghosts Strawbs — Ghosts
(A&M SP-4506, 1975, LP)
Strawbs — Nomadness Strawbs — Nomadness
(A&M SP-4544, 1975, LP)
Hudson-Ford — Worlds Collide Hudson-Ford — Worlds Collide
(A&M SP-4535, 1975, LP)
Dave Liebman — Light'n up, Please! Dave Liebman — Light'n up, Please!
(A&M SP-721, 1977, LP)
Joe Jackson — I'm the Man Joe Jackson — I'm the Man
(A&M SP-4794, 1979, LP)
Joe Jackson — Look Sharp! Joe Jackson — Look Sharp!
(A&M SP-4743, 1979, LP)
Joe Jackson Band — Beat Crazy Joe Jackson Band — Beat Crazy
(A&M SP-4837, 1980, LP)
Joe Jackson — Joe Jackson's Jumpin' Jive Joe Jackson — Joe Jackson's Jumpin' Jive
(A&M SP 4871, 1981, LP)
Joe Jackson — Night and Day Joe Jackson — Night and Day
(A&M SP-4906, 1982, LP)
Joe Jackson — Mike's Murder - The Motion Picture Soundtrack Joe Jackson — Mike's Murder - The Motion Picture Soundtrack
(A&M SP-4931, 1983, LP)
Joe Jackson — Body and Soul Joe Jackson — Body and Soul
(A&M CD-3286, 1984, CD)
Joe Jackson — Big World Joe Jackson — Big World
(A&M CD 6021, 1986, CD)
Joe Jackson — Will Power Joe Jackson — Will Power
(A&M CD-3908, 1987, CD)
Joe Jackson — Live 1980/86 Joe Jackson — Live 1980/86
(A&M CD 6706, 1988, 2CD)
Joe Jackson — Blaze of Glory Joe Jackson — Blaze of Glory
(A&M CD 5249, 1989, CD)

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