A story of one of the most famous labels in the history of recorded music will be published in two-part documentaries, “Mr. A&M M: The Story of A&M Records, ”has just been announced for the Apex Network and is being produced by Kennedy / Marshall Company and Polygram Entertainment.
The first episode will premiere on the Premium Network on December 5 at 10pm, with the final airing in the same time slot a week later.
Former A&M artists Cheryl Crowe, Joseph / Kat Stevens and Peter Frampton who sat down for the Doc series interviews will include music by Police, Go-Go, Carpenter, Carol King and Joe Cocker, among others.
Producer Frank Marshall described it in the following two episodes of Kennedy / Marshall Company’s music doc for the two-year acclaimed “Laurel Canyon: A Place in Time” epic.
“Similarly we went to our Laurel Canyon Docksaries for Apex,” Marshall said in a statement. A & m Mr. M: The Story of A&M Records ’will be a wonderful experience that celebrates time and space and, above all, the amazing artist and music that Herb Alpert and Jerry Moss cared for and developed at A&M Records. “
Directed by Ryan Saffron. Previously managed credits include the “Finding Oscar” in 2016, and he is the producer or executive producer of “Laurel Canyon”, the recent “McCartney 3,2,1” and “The Bee Geese: How Can You Make a Broken Heart”. Among other documents.
Interscope Films and Universal Music Publishing Group are also forming partners in the project.
A&M ceased to be a separate label in 1999, when it was merged with another legacy brand, Geffen, which printed the Interscope Geffen A&M, which kept the branding, if nothing else, still alive today. During its three-plus decades as a truly or at least practically independent label, though, A&M is arguably the most multi-storey boutique label in the music industry, and A&M Lot on Labrea Avenue পূ formerly Charlie Chaplin’s studio, and now Jim Henson Production Lot তার And the recording studio was virtually a home base for business.
A&M was founded by Herb Alpert and Jerry Moss in 1962, basically pulling it out of Alpert’s garage because they were able to build a business on his success as a trumpet-playing pop superstar at the time. The pair released the label in 1994, five years after Polygram bought it and five years before it effectively closed, and in 1996 found a new impression, Almo Sounds. Their rock and roll halls are included. Fame as a non-actor in 2006.