Old Soul Never Dies: A Quirky, Historical Cleveland Record Label Gets New Life

Cleveland Scene | July 23, 2014
History is written by the victors. That's why you've heard of Motown or Stax Records and not Cleveland's own soul upstart, Way Out Records. Housed in a storefront on East 55th St. between Euclid and Chester, the label grew out of an odd-couple partnership between a hustler and a cop.

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