Albert Productions is one of Australia's longest established independent record labels to specialise in rock and roll music. The label was founded in 1964 by Ted Albert, whose family owned and operated the Australian music publishing house J. Albert & Son. The label is still in operation today and celebrated its 50th anniversary in 2014.
Ted Albert signed two of the most important Australian groups of the mid-1960s, Billy Thorpe & The Aztecs and The Easybeats. But the label's greatest success came in the mid-1970s, following the return to Australia of former The Easybeats' members, Harry Vanda and George Young. Vanda & Young produced all AC/DC albums recorded in Australia between 1974 and 1977, and two mainstay members of the band, Malcolm and Angus Young, were George's younger brothers.