Reissue label mines the 1970s catalogs of Muse and Atlantic. Find a discography that notes previous releases.
Washington, D.C. label released numerous jazz, blues, and country albums. Find checklists of each Adelphi series.
Find a huge checklist of releases on the French record label, including many reissues of BYG-Actuel free jazz albums.
Find the catalog of this label dedicated to reissuing jazz musician and soundtrack composer Lalo Schifrin's work.
French label released archival recordings of Chet Baker, Eddie Lockjaw Davis, and others. Find a checklist.
Provides a list of albums released by this archival jazz label, including works by Art Blakey, John Coltrane, Lester Young, and Charles Mingus.
Jazz label reissued rare recordings originally released on Debut, Jazz Workshop, Galaxy, Crown, and others.
Find the history and discography of the Chess brothers' first record label in Chicago. With many record label photos.
Find checklists of Atlas releases in the company's West Coast and Atlas East LP series.
See a discography of this John Zorn-associated label that has released free jazz by Dave Douglas, Derek Bailey, and Misha Mengelberg, plus many rock and noise albums.
Researchers can find a list of albums released by this independent record label of the early 1970s.
See a discography for this small record label devoted to the creative music and improv scene in Chicago.
Discography for Cadence magazine's record label, which has released improv and free jazz albums by Cecil Taylor, Matthew Shipp, Frank Lowe, and Beaver Harris.
Provides a list of jazz releases on this European label. Artists include Peter Brotzmann, Marion Brown, and Markus Stockhausen.
Offers a checklist of jazz releases on Catalyst for research purposes. Art Blakey, Paul Gonsalves, Ahmad Jamal, and Sonny Stitt are included.
Find a short list of releases on bassist William Parker's personal label, plus a discographical puzzler.
Pioneering Chicago record label released jazz, doo wop, and electric blues in the early '50s. Find a history, discography, and label pictures.
Check out a simple discography for this German jazz label with releases by Chet Baker, Sam Rivers, David Murray, and Archie Shepp.
Read the story of this small Chicago label that released blues, jazz, and doo wop records in the mid-1950s. With discographical information.
Browse a discographical listing for this jazz and blues record label that issued recordings by Elmore James, Grant Green, Cedar Walton, and Ruth Brown.
View a checklist for this short-lived mid-'60s jazz label that issued albums by Duke Ellington, Earl Hines, and Lester Young.
Find a colorful guide to the legendary budget record label known for reissues of rare jazz, blues, doo wop, and early rock 'n' roll.
Well-designed tribute to the '70s fusion label features history, cover art, and recording details for every CTI release.
European progressive rock and jazz label has released albums by Elton Dean, Fred Frith, Soft Machine, and Matching Mole. Find an annotated discography.
Learn about the legendary label that released a few jazz albums, but is better remembered for Johnny Otis' "Rock and Roll Hit Parade."
Francois Ziegler provides a checklist for this long-lived New York independent jazz label with releases by Shelley Manne, Duke Ellington, Dexter Gordon, and many others.
Martin Archer and other British improv musicians released albums on Discus. See cover art, track lists, personnel, and recording details.
Find a list of releases on this short-lived jazz label formed by the record-cleaning product company.
See cover artwork, track lists, and recording details for every release on this Austrian jazz improvisation label.
Browse the enormous discography of this respected European jazz label founded in 1969 by Manfred Eicher.
Provides a list of album releases on Herbie Mann's jazz offshoot of Atlantic Records, established in 1969.
Label has released albums by Jon Rose, Eugene Chadbourne, and the Northwoods Improvisors. Discography provides cover art and recording details.
Find cover art, track lists, and recording info for releases on this label featuring saxophonist Ekkehard Jost.
Bob Thiele's record label released albums by Oliver Nelson, Lonnie Liston Smith, Ornette Coleman, and others. Get a simple checklist.
Provides cover art and track lists for every improv release on FMR, plus a simple list of the label's modern and free jazz albums.
Check out cover art, personnel, track lists, and recording details for each release on this intriguingly-named German jazz label.
Find recording details and cover art for every release on this Italian label dedicated to free improvisation.
European jazz record label issued recordings by Sahib Shihab, Jackie Byard, Mal Waldron, and Steve Lacy. Find a complete list of releases.
Dutch label releases albums of free improvisation and new music. Check out cover artwork, track lists, and personnel.
See cover art and get recording details for each of the four releases on this short-lived label founded by Creed Taylor.
Browse a complete discography of this Italian jazz label of the '70s that released desirable discs by Sun Ra, Archie Shepp, Sam Rivers, Steve Lacy, and others.
Chicago label of the late-1940s was founded by bandleader Freddie Williams. Check out the Hy-Tone story and see a discography and label photos.
Swiss record label documents the European free jazz scene with recordings by Irene Schweizer, Werner Ludi, David Moss, and others.
Find a guide to the JAPO jazz label, which was the predecessor to ECM Records.
Jazz record collector Francois Ziegler provides discographies for a number of record labels, including Nessa, Survival, Strata East, and Pacific Jazz.
Join the group and contribute to this master index of jazz record label discographies. For research purposes only.
Huge compendium of jazz discographies is compiled and maintained by members of the Jazz Label Listings Project mailing list.
Learn about the short-lived free jazz record label founded by LeRoi Jones (Imamu Amiri Baraka) and check out the discography.
Read the story behind this Chicago independent label that was founded in 1949. With discographical details and record label scans.
1960s record label featured jazz releases by Charles Mingus, Jackie McLean, and Art Blakey, as well as the Meters, Bobby Freeman, and various doo wop compilations.
Member of the Jazz Label Listings Project offers record label checklists for Affinity, ECM, Nonesuch, and others.
Find a chronological list of album releases on this 1970s soul jazz label, plus album covers and a guide to Kudu singles.
Peruse a discography for this offshoot of the Charly/Affinity labels that has released a variety of archival jazz recordings.
Archival series reissues obscure releases by Sun Ra, Han Bennink, Anthony Braxton, Marilyn Crispell, and other improvisers. Find a discography in progress.
Find a list of releases on the classic jazz label that reissued albums by Billie Holiday, Lester Young, Charles Brown, and Coleman Hawkins.
View a checklist for this record label that issued albums by William Breuker, Sonny Sharrock, Sunny Murray, Archie Shepp, and other free jazzers.
Provides the small discography of this British improv record label. With cover artwork, track lists, recording details, and personnel.
British label primarily releases the works of AMM and its members and associates. See a list with cover artwork, track lists, and personnel.
Check out cover artwork, track lists, and recording details for each release on this label devoted to free improv bassist Barry Guy.
Details the history and releases of this postwar Chicago label. With record label scans and artist biographies.
Jazz label reissued works by John Coltrane, Sun Ra, Archie Shepp, Miles Davis, and others. Find a simple discography with original issue information.
View a checklist of releases on this CD label devoted to reissues of classic sessions by Charles Mingus, Ornette Coleman, Duke Ellington, and other jazz giants.
French label was inaugurated in 1975 with Archie Shepp's "Bijou." Find a complete jazz discography.
Find artwork and recording information for the five releases on Michael Prime's improv and creative music label.
Discography for this European improvisation and new music label is a work in progress. Find cover art, personnel, and recording details for some releases.
Provides artwork, track lists, recording dates, and personnel for most releases on this improv and creative music record label.
Provides a discography for this improv label that has released solo works by Matthew Shipp, William Parker, Anthony Braxton, and Billy Bang.
Find personnel, track lists, cover art, and recording dates for each release on this free improvisation record label.
Check out recording dates, personnel, tracks, and artwork for each CD release on this British improv label.
Free jazz and improv collectors may lose sleep over this checklist for the rare Ogun label. Cover art and recording details are offered for some albums.
Features a guide to the releases on this Chicago-based free jazz label. Artists include Peter Brotzmann, Hamid Drake, Fred Anderson, and Ken Vandermark.
Learn the history of Al Benson's first postwar record label. Discography includes label scans, trade paper ads, and recording dates.
Selected discography lists free improvisation releases on this noted experimental music record label.
Learn the history of these two related postwar Chicago independents. Includes discographies, label scans, recording dates, and artist bios.
Early-'70s jazz label's releases included Floyd Westerman's "Custer Died For Your Sins." Find a basic checklist.
Check out the history and discography of this short-lived Chicago independent label. With record label scans, artist bios, and recording dates.
Find cover artwork, recording dates, personnel, and track lists for each improvised music release on this indie label.
Check out cover art and recording details for each release on this free improvisation record label. Artists include Derek Bailey and Keith Rowe.
Label releases albums by Chicago artists, including Ken Vandermark and the Flying Luttenbachers. Find a discography and contact info.
Find a list of full-length releases on this short-lived jazz and vocal record label from 1957.
Improv record label boasts releases by Gerry Hemingway, John Butcher, Thomas Lehn, and others. Find a checklist with personnel and track lists.
Get details of releases on this blandly-named UK improv label. Artists include Tony Levin, Evan Parker, and Paul Rogers.
European Free Improvisation site features a checklist of releases on this eclectic record label. Artwork, personnel, and track lists are provided for most.
Find a catalog of releases on this 1980s jazz record label. Albums featured Stan Getz, James Blood Ulmer, Sam Rivers, and Art Blakey, among others.
Find the history and discography of one of the first independent postwar record labels in Chicago, known primarily for its T-Bone Walker releases.
Find complete listings for all of the jazz series issued by these sister labels established in the Black Forest of Germany.
Features a discography for this offshoot of '70s jazz label CTI. Non-gospel artists included Airto, Gabor Szabo, and Roland Hanna.
Check out cover artwork, track lists, and personnel for each release on this free improvisation record label.
New York saxophonist Tim Berne's second record label was inaugurated in December, 1996. Artists include Julius Hemphill, Marc Ducret, Django Bates, and Berne.
Find a history and discography for this East Coast record label that was known for its swing and Latin music releases.
Provides a checklist of releases on this UK label that released improv sessions by Lol Coxhill and Simon Fell, in addition to noise rock by Skullflower and the Dead C.
Find track lists, personnel, and recording dates for every record on this late-'60s jazz label founded by musicians Cal Tjader, Gabor Szabo, and Gary McFarland.
Features checklists for the label's various series, including the 200 series of British free jazz and improv. Recording details and personnel are provided.
Find checklists for jazz labels Solid State, Groove Merchant, LRC, and 51 West, all helmed by record producer Sonny Lester.
Defunct label documented the career of Russian jazz Vladimir Tarasov. Check out a discography.
Jazz label has released albums by Anthony Braxton, ROVA, Bobby Previte, Tom Cora, and many others. Get a checklist for research purposes.
Legendary and obscure '70s label released albums by Pharoah Sanders, Stanley Cowell, Charles Tolliver, Sonny Fortune, and others. Find a basic checklist.
Jonathan LaMaster's label focuses on improv and creative music from the Boston area. Find a discography of releases.
Label released jazz albums by Jimmy McGriff, Flip Philips, and others, but found the most success with soul releases by Ike & Tina Turner, Inez Foxx, and Baby Washington.
Not to be confused with the famous Memphis label, Frank Wright's Sun Records of Paris documented his free jazz contemporaries in the mid-1970s.
Chicago record label was devoted to the hometown big band of Marl Young and various local singers. Read a history and discography.
Find a checklist of albums on Japanese jazz record label Tact. Artists include Sadao Watanabe and Toshiko Akiyoshi.
Check out a listing of albums released on this California established in 1976. Pharoah Sanders and Nat Adderley recorded frequently for Theresa.
Provides a history and discography for this '50s Chicago label that recorded hometown jazz, R&B, and doo wop groups.
Jazz collectors can use this checklist of album and CD releases for research purposes.
Work-in-progress aims to list every release on this European free improvisation record label.
Provides a listing of LP and CD releases on this European jazz improv record label. With personnel listings and recording dates.
Discographer Robert Campbell and associates provide the story of this intriguing record label that released pop, folk, and jazz jam sessions in 1947 and '48.
Independent Dutch jazz label released albums by Theo Lovendie, Loek Dikker, and others. Find a checklist and personnel guide.
Fan lists every recording on this offshoot of the venerable ECM Records label. With links to the ECM site.
Provides a simple checklist for these associated jazz labels dedicated to the works of Carla Bley and Michael Mantler.
Jazz collectors can find a checklist of releases on this late-'70s record label. For research purposes only.
Find checklists of LP and CD releases on this '80s jazz label. Includes a listing of West Wind Latin albums.
Chapel Hill label has released free improv albums by artists including John Butcher, Whit Dickey, Jeb Bishop, Denis Charles, and Susie Ibarra.