Edward B. Marks Music Co. (founded originally as J. Stern & Co. in 1894, renamed in 1919)

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Relationships

founders:Edward B. Marks (in 1894)
Joseph W. Stern (in 1894)
parent label:Carlin America
Discogs:https://www.discogs.com/label/314478 [info]
https://www.discogs.com/label/351081 [info]
Wikidata:Q57653740 [info]

Appearances

DateTitleCredited AsArtistLength
holds copyright for
Piensa en míLICIA FOX
published
1924There’ll Be Some Changes Made
1937Stardust on the Moon
1949Der Mai tritt ein mit Freuden, op. 49 no. 2
1949Es gingen zwei Gespielen gut, op. 49 no. 1 (Schönberg 1948)
1949Mein Herz in steten Treuen, op. 49 no. 3
1981Dead Ringer for Love
1981I’ll Kill You If You Don’t Come Back
1981I’m Gonna Love Her for Both of Us
1981Peel Out
1981Read ’em and Weep (Meat Loaf’s original 1981 version)
1981 –Read ’em and Weep (Barry Manilow’s 1983 version, with altered lyrics in the second verse)
1993Back into Hell
1993Everything Louder Than Everything Else
1993I’d Do Anything for Love (but I Won’t Do That)
1993Life Is a Lemon and I Want My Money Back
1993Objects in the Rear View Mirror May Appear Closer Than They Are
Beating Around the Bush
Bleecker Street
Brown Baby
Cold Hearted Man
Down Payment Blues
El incomprendidoE.B. Marks Music
Fine and Mellow
Get It Hot
Gimme a Bullet
Girls Got Rhythm
Give My Regards to Broadway (Little Johnny Jones)
God Bless the Child
Gone Shootin'
He Was My Brother
Hello! Ma Baby
Highway to Hell
I Forgot to Remember to Forget
I’ll Be Home for Christmas
If You Want Blood (You've Got It)
Jardins d'Andalousie
Jungle Drums
Kicked in the Teeth
La Colombe (The Dove)
La conga de media noche (Danzas afro-cubanas)
Las TumbasE.B. Marks Music
Lollipop
Love Hungry Man
Manhattan
Maria la O (Cuban zarzuela, not to be confused with the copla Maria de la O)
My Heart Goes Piddily Patter
My Shawl
Night Prowler
Riff Raff
Rock 'n' Roll Damnation
Rock’n Roll Dreams come through (Japanese version)
Shot Down in Flames
Sin City
Soldier Boy
Strange Fruit
The Child
The Side of a Hill
Touch Too Much
Trying to Get to You
Up to My Neck in You
Walk All Over You
What's Next to the Moon
Yours (1931 version of "Quiéreme mucho")