Larry Harris was the executive vice president of Casablanca Records - home to Kiss, Donna Summer, Parliament, and the Village People, among others. The record label became a symbol for the extreme excesses of the late 70's, eventually imploding in a haze of drugs and over-spending. Harris wrote a book documenting the rise and fall of the record company in And Party Every Day - The Inside Story of Casablanca Records. Icon Fetch talks to the author about his humble beginnings, what he thought the first time he saw the band Kiss live, and what led to the end of the good times.
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