Cotillion Records

Cotillion Records

Cotillion Records

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Cotillion Records was a subsidiary of Atlantic Records and was active from 1968 through 1985. The label was originally formed as an outlet for blues and deep Southern soul; its first single, Otis Clay's version of "She's About A Mover", reached the R&B charts. Cotillion's catalog quickly expanded to include progressive rock, folk-rock, gospel, jazz and comedy. In 1976, the label started focusing on disco and R&B.

Among its acts were the post-Curtis Mayfield Impressions, Slave, Brook Benton, Jean Knight, Mass Production, Sister Sledge, The Velvet Underground, Stacy Lattisaw, Lou Donaldson, Mylon LeFevre, Stevie Woods, Johnny Gill, Emerson, Lake & Palmer, Garland Green, The Dynamics, The Fabulous Counts, and The Fatback Band. Cotillion is also responsible for launching the career of Luther Vandross, who was in a three-member group called Luther. The label also released music from the Woodstock festival in 1970.

Cotillion was closed down in 1986 and Johnny Gill, Stacy Lattisaw, Slave and Sister Sledge were moved to its parent label Atlantic Records.

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