|33rd Street Records|
|Parent company||Tower Records|
|Genre||Pop, rock, blues, gospel, electronic, hip hop|
|Country of origin||U.S.|
33rd Street Records was an American independent record label based in Greenbrae, California. The label was founded by Russ Solomon, the CEO of Tower Records.
The catalog includes music by Cowboy Mouth, Dramarama, Alex De Grassi, Guy Forsyth, Peter Frampton, Sammy Hagar, Ottmar Liebert, Lee Rocker, Gregg Rolie, Pete Sears, Tuck & Patti, and Steve Walsh.
Solomon Vincent McDonald Burke was an American singer who shaped the sound of rhythm and blues as one of the founding fathers of soul music in the 1960s. He has been called "a key transitional figure bridging R&B and soul", and was known for his "prodigious output".
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