Asylum series started in 1977 and didn’t I Love You Girl? – Dr. Buzzard’s Original Savannah Band – James Monroe H.S. Presents Dr. Buzzard’s Original Savannah Band Goes To Washington to 1981. Early labels, up to about mid-1979, were the “butterfly” design. About mid-1979, the label reverted to a red label with the “E” logo in white, but smaller than the logo used in the 1969-70 design.
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We have no association with Elektra Records. Asylum 6E 103 – Hotel California – Eagles Reissue of Asylum 7E 1084. Asylum 6E 105 – Their Greatest Hits 1971-1975 – Eagles Reissue of Asylum 7E 1052. Asylum 6E 106 – Greatest Hits – Linda Ronstadt Reissue of Asylum 7E 1092. Elektra 6E 110 – The Best Of Bread Volume Two – Bread Reissue of Elektra 7E 1005. Elektra 6E 111 – Judith – Judy Collins Reissue of Elektra 7E 1032.
Asylum 6E 117 – John Hall – John Hall Lead singer for Orleans. Elektra 6E 123 – Twin House – Larry Coryell Ms. How Do You Fight Fire ? Asylum 6E 140 – Randy Meisner – Randy Meisner Formerly with the Eagles.
Elektra 6E 144 – Thank You For F. Asylum 6E 155 – Living In The U. Founding member and leader of the Youngbloods. Have You Seen Your Mother, Baby, Standing In The Shadow? Elektra 6E 159 – Good Time Warrior – Lucifer’s Friend German hard-rock group. Elektra 6E 170 – Jazz – Queen Special issue of 6E 166.