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The Regal Zonophone label was created by EMI back in the 1930s when it merged its two budget labels - Zonophone and Regal. It provided musical hall acts like George Formby with an outlet, and in turn these artists kept the label going until the 60s when the Salvation Army provided it with its first hit record.
In 1967, two successful pop producers - Denny Cordell and Tony Visconti - signed with Regal Zomophone, bringing with them acts like The Move and Procol Harum. They were soon joined by Joe Cocker and Tyrannosaurus Rex, but when these producton deals ended, Regal Zonophone folded.
The label was blue until 1968 when the red label was introduced.