Morris Levy was apparently also the driving force behind a Tiger Lily precursor label - the short-lived
Western Hemisphere Records. Western Hemisphere seems to have been active in 1976, but only
appears to have released three LPs - all hard to find and expensive. One of the acts (No Dice)
subsequently reappeared on the Guinness label as The Steve Drake Band (the late Steve Kaczorowski).
You can read more about this oddball release below. Anyhow, it all leads you to wonder if the Guinness
and Dellwood imprints were part of the Morris Levy/Roulette tax scam umbrella.
|LP cover||Artist||LP Title||Label||catalog #||Year||Grading (cover/LP)||
|Max & 1||Max & 1||Western Hemisphere||WH-1001||1976||rock||$100 - $150|
|Brothers & Sisters||Brothers & Sisters||Western Hemisphere||WH-1002||1976||pop||$100 - $150|
|No Dice||Cool Me Down||Western Hemisphere||WM-1003||1976||rock||$200 - $250|
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