What Was First: Daptone Records

Episode 1416,  Jul 29, 07:00 AM

We close out the week with an installment of What Was First, this time focusing on a label suggested by none other than Mr. Jim Lenahan. 

It's the story of the first release on Daptone Records, a Brooklyn-based label that arose from the ashes of Desco Records. And if you are always getting Bosco Mann and Gabriel Roth confused, we'll clear that up for you, too. 

Hit play and get Dappin'! 

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