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  1. Moon Records (Canada) - Wikipedia

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    Moon Records is a Canadian record publishing company established in 1973 after Rush and their SRO management company run by Ray Danniels were unable to find a record label interested in signing them. Moon Records served as an outlet for the band's first single, "Not Fade Away", and self-titled debut album Rush.

  2. Moon Records - Wikipedia

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    Moon Records (Canada), a former Canadian record label (1973–1974) mainly for Rush Moon Records (Japan), a Japanese record label; see Tatsuro Yamashita Moon Ska Records, a former American record label This disambiguation page lists articles associated with the title Moon Records.

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  4. Talk:Moon Records (Canada) - Wikipedia

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    Two different Taurus Records labels "Ray Danniels, Rush's manager also launched Taurus Records (1973–1977)." The Taurus Records article linked to is a Norwegian label active in the 80s. Fp cassini 12:34, 6 April 2017 (UTC)

  5. Moon Records Ukraine - Wikipedia

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    MOON RECORDS was founded by Andrei Pasichnyk in 1997. In the early years, Moon Records specialized in the production of alternative and non-format music, including a wide variety of styles, from gangsta rap to heavy metal.

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  6. Full Moon Records - Wikipedia

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    Full Moon Records was an American record label existing from 1974 to 1992. Prominent signed acts included Chicago, Joe Walsh and Dan Fogelberg. Beginning in 1974 with Fogelberg, Full Moon Records was originally a subsidiary "spin-off" label from Epic Records that was created by Irving Azoff.

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  9. Moon Taxi - Wikipedia

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    Moon Taxi is an American indie-alternative rock band based in Nashville, Tennessee.The band was founded in 2006 by Trevor Terndrup (vocals, guitar), Tommy Putnam (bass), Spencer Thomson (guitar, programming), Tyler Ritter (drums), and Wes Bailey (keys) while attending Belmont University.

  10. Canada Military Records - FamilySearch Wiki

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    Canada, Soldiers of the First World War, 1914-1918, index and images. On Ancestry, ($) index/images. Also at MyHeritage, ($), index
    Canada, War Graves Registers (Circumstances of Casualty), 1914-1948 ($). On Library and Archives Canada(free), images

    Military records identify people who served in the military or who were eligible for service. They may be very useful for genealogical research of the families of Canada, especially the detailed service records of the 20th century. The Family History Library has few records of the regular Canadian military establishment, which began in 1870 when British troops were withdrawn. Before that, French or British forces provided national defense.

    Canada was involved in the following military actions: 1. Fall of Acadia (1755–1758) 2. French and Indian War (1756–1763) 3. U.S. Revolution (1775–1783) 4. War of 1812 (1812–1815) 5. Rebellion of 1837 (1837–1838) 6. United States Civil War (1861–1865) 7. Fenian Invasions (1866, 1870) 8. Withdrawal of British Forces (1871) 9. North-West Campaign (1885) 10. Boer War (1899–1902) 11. First World War (1914–1918) 12. Second World War (1939–1945) 13. The Korean War (1950-1953)

    Muster rolls that list names of 19th-century militia members can be useful locating tools. Pension records can give information about your ancestor’s military service and sometimes about his family. Land was sometimes awarded for military service or as partial compensation for property lost or destroyed in war. See "Land and Property" for a description of land records. Most 18th- and 19th-century records of military units were kept by the War Office and other offices in Great Britain. There are some records in French archives. The National Archives of Canada in Ottawa has copies of many of these records and is attempting to acquire others. The National Archives of Canada has the records of the British military and naval forces stationed in British North America. These records are in Record Group 8. The Family History Library has some of these records and their indexes. See: 1. National Archives of Canada. RG 8, Series I ("C" series). British Military Records, "C" Series, 1757–1899,...

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