Dante S. Bolletino

Bürgerl. Name:
Dante Franco Salvatore Bollettino
Profil:
American jazz enthusiast and record bootlegger (born September 22, 1928 in the Bronx, New York, NY - died August 14, 1985 in Monte Cassino, Italy)

Also credited as a writer of liner notes.

Around 1949, Bollettino founded Paradox Industries, Inc. to release the Paradox (10) label. Another label associated with him and his office at 139 E. 47th Street in New York City was the The Wax Shop label. In addition, Bollettino ran bootleg labels like Jolly Roger (2), Pax Records (4), and British Rhythm Society that reissued dubbed, pirated copies of older jazz recordings to an eager audience of collectors.

When Bollettino released seven Louis Armstrong LPs on the Jolly Roger (2) label in 1951, he was sued for copyright infringement by Columbia, who themselves had reissued four LPs with 48 of their older Louis Armstrong titles in April 1951. Bollettino lost a major court case against Columbia for record piracy in February 1952. His reissue labels were shut down, and he had to pay Louis Armstrong $1,000 in damages.
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PLP-1 In Gay Old New Orleans — Dante S. Bolletino Knocky Parker And Dick Wellstood Knocky Parker And Dick Wellstood - In Gay Old New Orleans(10", Album) Progressive Records (2) PLP-1 US 1954 Diese Version verkaufen
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J-1224 Pioneers Of Boogie Woogie — Dante S. Bolletino Jimmy Yancey / Cripple Clarence Lofton Jimmy Yancey / Cripple Clarence Lofton - Pioneers Of Boogie Woogie (Comp) Jazztone (2) J-1224 US 1956 Diese Version verkaufen