OPEN AIR RECORDS
OPEN AIR RECORDS HISTORY
Open Air Records was a division of Windham Hill Productions from 1984 until 1987. The label licensed recordings from Canadian record labels including Duke Street Records and Attic Records. As part of the Windham Hill family, Open Air products were manufactured and distributed by A&M Records. A total of seven Open Air albums and up to 24 singles were released. Albums were released on vinyl, cassette and compact disc. The vinyl format featured plastic liners, inserts or custom printed liners.
The Open Air Records logo was first used commercially on November 19, 1984. Windham Hill filed the logo with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office on December 18, 1984 and received registration for it on January 21, 1986. The trademark was cancelled on September 11, 1992.
Open Air products relied on Windham Hill's staff to provide creative services.
OPEN AIR RECORDS CHARTS
TOP ARTISTS ON BILLBOARD POP CHARTS BY YEAR
|1986||Nylons (1 Top 200)|
|1987||Nylons (1 Top 200)|
TOP ARTISTS ON BILLBOARD ADULT CONTEMPORARY CHART
|1987||Nylons (1 Top 10 and 1 Top 20)|
OPEN AIR RECORDS GALLERY
OPEN AIR RECORDS FORMATS AND PRICES
|1988||Open Air 0300||$8.98||$8.98||No set price|
|1989||Open Air 0300||$8.98||$8.98||No set price|
OPEN AIR RECORDS SOURCES
1. Whitburn, Joel. Joel Whitburn's Top Pop Albums 1955 - 1996. Menomonee Falls, WI: Record Research, Inc., 1996.
2. Whitburn, Joel. Top Pop Singles 1955 - 1999. Menomonee Falls, WI: Record Research, Inc., 2000.
3. Whitburn, Joel. Top Adult Contemporary Singles 1961 - 2001. Menomonee Falls, WI: Record Research, Inc., 2002.