Design: For the logo, a partially-dressed black female holds a record high, with the suggestive slogan "You'll sure love the rhythm" waving across her torso.
History: Unknown (have info? Please send to email@example.com). Thanks for updated info to Pelle Holmgren of Sweden, who writes: "The Vitadisc label is . . . most intriguing. I haven't [yet] found any info on who started it. The recordings were apparently made in Trinidad, perhaps in local businessman Eduardo Sa Gomes' studio in Port-of-Spain. It seems the Sagomes label finished its output around the time Vitadisc started, c. 1954-55, so it might as well be Mr Sa Gomes or his heir who ran it. The records were manufactured in England. A few of the recordings were released on the American Monogram label, and on Melodisc in England."