| Vee-Jay Records is an American record label
founded in the 1950s,
specializing in blues, jazz, rhythm and blues and rock and roll.
Vee-Jay was founded in Gary, Indiana, in 1953 by Vivian Carter and James C. Bracken, a husband-and-wife team who used their initials for the label’s name.
Vee-Jay had significant success with pop/rock and roll acts, notably the Four Seasons (their first non-black act) and the Beatles. Vee-Jay acquired the rights to some of the early Beatles recordings in a licensing deal with EMI, in which the main attraction at the time was another EMI performer, Frank Ifield. Vee-Jay's biggest successes occurred from 1962 to 1964, with the ascendancy of the Four Seasons and the distribution of early Beatles material.
|Introducing The Beatles [Ver. 1]
||Introducing The Beatles [Ver. 2]
||The Beatles & Frank Ifield On Stage
(Jolly What! Cover)
|The Beatles & Frank Ifield On Stage
|Songs, Pictures and Stories Of The Fabulous Beatles
||The Beatles VS. The Four Seasons
||Here The Beatles Tell All
||The 15 Greatest Songs Of The Beatles
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