Zonophone was a record label founded in 1899 in Camden, New Jersey by Frank Seaman. The Zonophone name was not that of the company, but was applied to the records and machines sold by Seaman from 1899-1900 to 1903.

The name was subsequently acquired by Columbia Records and Victor Talking Machine Company.

In 2006, EMI relaunched the label with unearthed or rediscovered music from artists such as The Cramps, The Move, T. Rex, Joe Cocker, Lee Hazlewood, Procol Harum, The Flying Lizards, Glen Campbell and many more.

For a list of artists who’s albums appeared on the Zonophone label click here.

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