Abramson was born in 1916 to a Jewish family in Brooklyn. He studied to be a dentist but got a job working for Al Green at National Records producing Clyde McPhatter, The Ravens, Billy Eckstine, and Big Joe Turner. He founded Jubilee Records in 1946 with Jerry Blaine, intending to record jazz, R&B, and gospel music.
Herb Abramson was the first president of pioneering jazz/R&B/pop label Atlantic Records. Born November 16, 1920, in Brooklyn, NY, Abramson, who was a blues, jazz. and gospel music enthusiast, began collecting…
Herb Abramson was the first president of pioneering jazz/R&B/pop label Atlantic Records. Born November 16, 1920, in Brooklyn, NY, Abramson, who was a blues, jazz. and gospel music enthusiast, began collecting records in his teens.
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…of a Turkish diplomat, and Herb Abramson, formerly the artists-and-repertoire director for National Records, Atlantic became the most consistently successful New York City-based independent label of the 1950s, with an incomparable roster including Joe Turner, Ruth Brown, the Clovers, Ray Charles, Clyde McPhatter and the Drifters, and. Read More
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Herb Abramson If you've been to the TIME Dealer of the Year ceremony at NADA, you've no doubt run into Herb Abramson, the man who just might be the oldest living recipient of the TIME Dealer of the Year. What many don't know, however, is that Herb also just might be the youngest ever given this prestigious award.
Herb Abramson, who has died aged 82, was one of the architects of Atlantic Records, which in the 1950s and 60s was the most creative independent label in the United States for rhythm 'n' blues ...