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Goody Music Records

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Goody Music Records
Parent companyAntibe Music
Founded1975
FounderJacques Fred Petrus
Mauro Malavasi
StatusActive
GenreDance
Country of originItaly
Official websitehttp://goodymusic.it/

Goody Music Records was an Italian-American record label. It was one of the pioneer labels specializing in Italo Disco music.[1]

History

It was founded by Jacques Fred Petrus & Mauro Malavasi in 1975 as Goody Music Productions (GMP). They started a studio in Bologna in 1978. Projects & Bands under this label were Macho, Revanche, Peter Jacques band & the most popular Change.

In 1980, it launched 2 labels: Avangarde, which focuses on Progressive Rock & New Wave music, and Nocedicoco, which focuses on Reggae music. Nonetheless, these 2 existed for a year and a half.

In 1982, Petrus sold it to an Independent Company & its name changed to Full Time Records. In 1996, it changed its name to Antibe Music. In 2005, Antibe relaunched Goody Music as a label for reissues.[2]

References

  1. ^ "Noi lo suoniamo ancora! 1980, Is It It della Peter Jaques Band, progetto Italo-Disco nato da una joint venture fra Mauro Malavasi e Jacques Fred Petrus, artista dalla vita avventurosa con tragico finale". NBC Milano. Retrieved December 16, 2019.
  2. ^ Verrina, Francesco Cataldo (June 13, 2015). The History of Italo Disco. Lulu Enterprises Inc. p. 139. ISBN 9781326304317. Retrieved December 16, 2018 – via Google Books.
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