Vestron Music Video

From Audiovisual Identity Database

Credits
Descriptions by
Eddie Hawkins and Shadeed A. Kelly

Captures by
Eric S.

Background:

Vestron Music Video was a label set up by Vestron Video to distribute music-related videos such as concert films.

(1982-1987)

Vestron Music Video.jpeg

Logo: On a red background, several black and white upside-down triangles, one after the other, form an upside-down triangle with a trail. A music note bisects this, making a trailed "V".

V E S T R O N

M U S I C V I D E O™

in white is shown above.

Technique: None.

Music/Sounds: None.

Availability: Rare. Vestron Music Video only released six tapes of music-related content. Note that sometimes the logo appears only as a print logo; for example, the tape Making Michael Jackson's Thriller has the logo on the box, but starts with the normal Vestron Video logo. Also appears on the 1987 Laserdisc of Elvis Memories.

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