Ace Records: Labels Unlimited
Ace Records explores the history of this record label, in the series Labels Unlimited. Visually stunning and hugely entertaining, the book chronicles this fascinating label and profiles a diverse range of artists including BB King, John Fahey and Lee Hazlewood.
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