Prince's first record label, Paisley Park Records, a co-venture with Warner Bros. Records was founded in 1985 and debuted with the release of Around The World In A Day. The label shares its name with Prince's recording complex Paisley Park Studios and the song Paisley Park.
Artists who recorded for Paisley Park Records include The Time, Sheila E., The Family, Mavis Staples, George Clinton, Rosie Gaines, Carmen Electra, Jill Jones, The Three O'Clock, Ingrid Chavez, Dale Bozzio, and Taja Sevelle. Paisley Park Records also released albums by Mazarati, Good Question, Madhouse, Eric Leeds, and Tony LeMans.
The label ceased business in 1994, when Warner ended its distribution deal with Paisley Park Records, effectively closing the label. Associated Artists