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Piccadilly Records

Pye Records[?] formed Piccadilly Records in the early 1960s as an outlet for new acts, including Joe Brown & the Bruvvers[?], Clinton Ford[?], The Rockin' Berries[?], Sounds Orchestral[?] and, later on, the Ivy League[?] who metamorphosed into the memorable Flowerpotmen[?], famous for their Summer of Love anthem "Let's Go to San Francisco".

See also: List of record labels

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