Independent label: American; thus the - to British eyes - odd spelling. Neighborhood Records belonged to singer Melanie Safka, and her husband, producer Peter Schekeryk. It came on the scene in 1972. As well as releasing Melanie's own records it issued product by other people, most notably by Mike Heron, late of the Incredible String Band; but its sole British Singles Chart hit, 'Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow' (NBH-9; 1974) was Melanie's. Initially Neighborhood records were manufactured and distributed by EMI, its singles being numbered in the 'NBH-0's. Around 1974 CBS took over, and the label design changed completely, the NBH prefix stayed the same, but the four-figure numbering series following it was shared with the other CBS labels. Distributed By IDS Records.
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