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Arista was an American record label. It was a wholly owned subsidiary of Sony Music Entertainment and operated under the RCA Music Group. The label was founded in 1974 by Clive Davis, who formerly worked for CBS Records (which would become Sony Music Enter
Releases on file (21)
Nova — Vimana Nova — Vimana
(Arista AL 4110, 1976, LP)
Lou Reed — Rock and Roll Heart Lou Reed — Rock and Roll Heart
(Arista AL 4100, 1976, LP)
Larry Coryell — The Lion and the Ram Larry Coryell — The Lion and the Ram
(Arista AL 4108, 1976, LP)
Grateful Dead — Terrapin Station Grateful Dead — Terrapin Station
(Arista , 1977, CD / LP)
David Sancious — Dance of the Age of Enlightenment David Sancious — Dance of the Age of Enlightenment
(Arista AL 4130, 1977, LP)
Lou Reed — Street Hassle Lou Reed — Street Hassle
(Arista AB-4169, 1978, LP)
Grateful Dead — Shakedown Street Grateful Dead — Shakedown Street
(Arista , 1979, CD / LP)
Lou Reed — The Bells Lou Reed — The Bells
(Arista AB 4229, 1979, LP)
Grateful Dead — Go To Heaven Grateful Dead — Go To Heaven
(Arista , 1980, CD / LP)
Lou Reed — Growing up in Public Lou Reed — Growing up in Public
(Arista AL 9522, 1980, LP)
Grateful Dead — Reckoning Grateful Dead — Reckoning
(Arista , 1981, CD / LP)
Grateful Dead — Dead Set Grateful Dead — Dead Set
(Arista , 1981, CD / LP)
GTR — GTR GTR — GTR
(Arista ARCD 8400, 1986, CD)
Grateful Dead — In The Dark Grateful Dead — In The Dark
(Arista , 1987, CD / LP)
Grateful Dead — Built to Last Grateful Dead — Built to Last
(Arista , 1989, CD / LP)
Grateful Dead — Without a Net Grateful Dead — Without a Net
(Arista ACD2-8634, 1990, 2CD / 3LP)
Yes — Union Yes — Union
(Arista ARCD-8643, 1991, CD)
Dixie Dregs — Dregs of the Earth Dixie Dregs — Dregs of the Earth
(Arista ARCD 8116, 1980/1998, CD)
The Dregs — Unsung Heroes The Dregs — Unsung Heroes
(Arista ARCD-8120, 1981/1998, CD)
Grateful Dead — So Many Roads (1965 - 1995) Grateful Dead — So Many Roads (1965 - 1995)
(Arista , 1995/1999, 5CD)
Sea Level — Ball Room Sea Level — Ball Room
(Arista TBD, 1980/2017, CD)

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