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Chrysalis Records var eit britisk plateselskap skipa i 1969. Namnet var både ein referanse til puppestaider av ein sommarfugl (ei slik puppe på engelsk heiter chrysalis) og ein kombinasjon av dei to som grunnla selskapet, Chris Wright og Terry Ellis. Dei starta som Ellis-Wright Agency.
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Chrysalis Records is one of Britain’s leading independent labels, responsible for shaping the music industry with a catalogue of timeless hits and era-defining songs. Co-founded by Chris Wright CBE and Terry Ellis in 1968, Chrysalis Records went on to enjoy tremendous success in the UK and internationally, launching and developing the careers ...
The appropriate tally was logged within a year, and a new independent record company –Chrysalis, an amalgam of Wright's first name and Ellis' last name– was born. After buying out Terry Ellis in 1985, Chris Wright sold the Chrysalis Records label to EMI in 1991.
Terry Ellis (born 14th August 1943, Welwyn Garden City, Hertfordshire, England), is an English record producer and manager best known for his early work with band Jethro Tull, and as co-founder of music company Chrysalis Records in 1969.
Pupa, chrysalis, and cocoon are frequently confused, but are quite distinct from each other. The pupa is the stage between the larva and adult stages. The chrysalis generally refers to a butterfly pupa although the term may be misleading as there are some moths whose pupae resembles a chrysalis, e.g.: the plume winged moths of the family ...
This is the discography of the British progressive rock band Jethro Tull who formed in Blackpool, Lancashire in 1967. Initially playing blues rock, the band's sound soon incorporated elements of British folk music and hard rock to forge a progressive rock signature.
Less shouty and perhaps less underground than its peers, Chrysalis Records was a label built to last. The fact that it floated on the stock market in the late 80s and became a ‘group’ underlined the ambition, drive, vision and sincerity of the label’s founders, Chris Wright and Terry Ellis.