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Song Records was a record label launched by the English rock band Led
Zeppelin on 10 May 1974. It was overseen by Led Zeppelin's manager Peter
Grant and was a vehicle for the band to promote its own products as well as
sign artists who found it difficult to win contracts with other major labels.
The decision to launch the label came after Led Zeppelin's five-year contract
with Atlantic Records expired at the end of 1973, although Atlantic
ultimately distributed the label's product.|
Artists that released material on the Swan Song label included Led Zeppelin itself, solo releases by Led Zeppelin band members Jimmy Page and Robert Plant, Bad Company, Pretty Things, Dave Edmunds, Mirabai, Maggie Bell (and the short-lived band she fronted, Midnight Flyer), Detective, and Sad Café. In addition to these artists, two other noted recording acts (though not signed to the label) were credited artists on Swan Song singles, both of which were UK hits in 1981: BA Robertson sang a duet with Maggie Bell on the single "Hold Me", and Stray Cats backed Dave Edmunds on his 1981 single "The Race Is On".
Swan Song ceased active operations in 1983 and now exists only to reissue previously released material.