is an independent record label
based in Tarzana
, that produced many hit songs in the 1980s, especially dance music
. Founded by Tom Hayden (no relation to Jane Fonda's ex) and his wife Suzanne. The name TSR is made up of the initials of Tom, Suzanne and their son, Ryan.
Some famous songs released by TSR Records in the 1980s (while TSR was based in the former RSO building at 8335 Sunset Boulevard), include "Coming Out of Hiding" by Pamela Stanley, "Searchin' (Looking For Love)" by Hazel Dean, "So Many Men, So Little Time
" by Miquel Brown
and "High Energy
" by Evelyn Thomas
. Additionally, the release of techno
dance music by the techno dance act Lime
, in 1985, helped to establish TSR Records. Some of the techno dance songs produced include "Babe, We're Gonna Love Tonight" and "Angel Eyes".
Since its hey-day, TSR moved on from dance music to releasing mostly new age
and smooth jazz
music in the 1990s under the name Baja/TSR Records, including several Billboard chart-ranked albums of Nuevo Flamenco
guitar music by Armik
, Young & Rollins
, Behzad, and Luis Villegas.
TSR has experienced most of its success in the oughts with the indie band, Get Set Go, whose last three albums the label released; 2003's "So You've Ruined Your Life", 2006's "Ordinary World, and 2007's "Selling Out & Going Home". Get Set Go songs have been featured on ten episodes of the hit ABC... Read More