Nazareth received gold disks from Phonogram Sweden for 30,000 sales of the album Loud ‘n’ Pround, 1974.
Elton John is presented with a five-foot plaque displaying the 12 gold singles he’s received during his 10-year career by MCA president Bob Siner and the Incredible Hulk from the Universal City tour, 1984.
Bonnie Tyler, Warren Schatz and Robert Summer - Gold disks for album and single It’s a Heartache, 1978.
In E/A’s mastering room, Don Mizell checks the liner notes of Terry Callier’s Fire On Ice, on which he served as executive producer, 1978.
The Fifth Dimension receive gold records for their Bell Records single One Less Bell to Answer from David Frost on his nationally syndicated television show, 1971.
The Carpenters receive two gold records for their single Close to You and for the LP of the same name from A&M producer Jack Daughtery, left, Jerry Moss, center and Herb Alpert, 1971.