Resident Advisor:

At first, Mitchbal’s record label was simply a vehicle to get his own music into the world. He’d been chastened by a visit to New York recording studios where he and a partner had gone to present their songsā€”and came back home with no money and no record contract. Back in Chicago, Mitchbal recorded two songs and pressed them to wax on 45. Hooked up with Eddie Thomas, a former manager of Curtis Mayfield, he was already busy promoting records from labels big and small to black radio stations in the city. It was a natural jump to simply bring his own record along too.

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