For the company behind the label see Bradley's Records Ltd., the production company is Bradley's Records Production.
Despite only a handful of artists on their roster, in it's brief life the label had a relatively high success rate compared to many other small British labels of the same era with some major UK hit singles by The Goodies, Sweet Dreams (3) and Stephanie De-Sykes.
There were three original acts on the label at the time of the label's launch: Paul Brett, Kala (9) and Hunter Muskett. After all three failed to catch on (and Kala getting dropped after refusing to switch from prog-rock to the highly-popular Glam style under pressure from company officials), they left the label and a new label head, Stewart Slater, shifted focus to singles.
The label's initial releases:
singles on 23/02/73 - BRAD 201, 302, 303 respectively
albums on 09/03/73 - BRADL 1001, 1002, 1003 respectively
The catalogue numbers of the releases in 1974 started with BRAD 74, the 1975 releases with BRAD 75 and those from 1976, BRAD 76.