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WHITE WHALE
US Labels and Company Sleeves 1965-1970

Labels

11115 Donna Pegita
No address
8961 Sunset Boulevard
222 - 1965
to
WW 243 - 1967
WW 244 - 1967
to
WW 249 - 1967
WW 249 - 1967
to
WW 259 - 1967
White Whale was started in 1965 by Ted Feigin and Lee Lassiff in Los Angeles. 
When the Turtles disbanded, White Whale lost their big moneymaker, and the label went out of business in 1970 after scoring one last Billboard Top 40,
"1900: Yesterday" by Liz Damon's Orient Express (WW 368).
White Whale's assets were sold at auction, including the Turtles's master recordings. The winners were Howard Kaylan and Mark Volman of the Turtles, making them the owners of their own works
WW 260 - 1967
to
WW 290 - 1968
WW 292 - 1969
to
WW 370 - 1970
Label  discontinued
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Sleeves
Range
Front
Back
Details
No 1
222 - 1965
to
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Blue borders
   Curved top  Inside glued  
No 2
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to
WW 370- 1970
Black borders
   Curved top   Inside glued  
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Contact for corrections : erlmehl@online.no
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Thanks to John Villanova, New York for scans and info in this section
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