East Wind was a Japanese jazz record label that was established in Tokyo in 1974.
A second record label named East Wind was established in Hartford, Connecticut, in 1984. The founders were David Barrick, Steve Boulay, Ted Everts, and Gerald A. Friedman. The label concentrated on Russian jazz.
|7001 / 8001||Masabumi Kikuchi||East Wind||1974|
|7002||Dollar Brand||African Breeze||1974|
|7003||Kohsuke Mine||Out of Chaos||1974|
|7005||Takehiro Honda||Salaam Salaam||1974|
|7006 / 8006||Masahiko Togashi||Song for Myself||1974|
|7007 / 8007||Ann Burton||By Myself Alone||1974|
|7008||Terumasa Hino||Speak to Loneliness||1975|
|7009 / 8009||Cedar Walton||Pit Inn||1974|
|7010||Sam Jones||Seven Minds||1974|
|7011||Shunzo Ohno||Something's Coming||1975|
|7012 / 8012||Art Farmer||To Duke with Love||1975|
|8013||Masahiko Togashi||Spiritual Nature||1975|
|8014||Oliver Nelson||Stolen Moments||1975|
|8015||Air Pocket||Fly On||1975|
|8016||Terumasa Hino||Live in Concert||1975|
|8018||Ronnie Mathews||Trip to the Orient||1975|
|8019||David Friedman||Winter Love, April Joy||1975|
|8020||Yoshiaki Masuo||111 Sullivan Street||1975|
|8021||Hank Jones||Hanky Panky||1975|
|8023||Al Haig||Chelsea Bridge||1975|
|8025||Art Farmer||Yesterday's Thoughts||1975|
|8026||Don Friedman||Hope for Tomorrow||1975|
|8029||Andrew Hill||Blue Black||1975|
|8030||Reggie Lucas||Survival Themes||1975|
|8034||Joe Lee Wilson||Hey Look at You||1969|
|8035||Ryo Kawasaki||Eight Mile Road||1976|
|8036||Junior Mance||Holy Mama||1976|
|8037||Sadao Watanabe & The Great Jazz Trio||I'm Old Fashioned||1976|
|8039||Mikio Masuda||Mickey's Mouth||1976|
|8040||Lennie Tristano||Descent into the Maelstrom||1976|
|8042||Art Farmer||Art Farmer Quintet at Boomers||1976|
|8043||Masabumi Kikuchi||Wishes / Kochi||1976|
|8044||Isao Suzuki||Hip Dancin'||1976|
|8046||The Great Jazz Trio||Love for Sale||1976|
|8047||Art Farmer||The Summer Knows||1976|
|8050||Walter Bishop, Jr.||Old Folks||1976|
|8052||Al Haig||Duke 'n' Bird||1976|
|8053||The Great Jazz Trio||The Great Jazz Trio at the Village Vanguard||1977|
|8054||Hubert Eaves III||Esoteric Funk||1976|
|8055||The Great Jazz Trio||The Great Jazz Trio at the Village Vanguard Vol. 2||1977|
|8056||The Great Jazz Trio||Kindness Joy Love & Happiness||1977|
|8057||Jackie McLean with The Great Jazz Trio||New Wine in Old Bottles||1978|
|8060||L.A. Four||Pavane pour une infante défunte||1976|
|8061||L.A. Four||Going Home||1977|
|8062||The Great Jazz Trio||Milestones||1978|
|8063||Laurindo Almeida||Concierto de Aranjuez||1978|
|8064||The Great Jazz Trio||The Great Tokyo Meeting||1978|
|8065||Terumasa Hino||Live in Nemuro: Wheelstone|
|10001||Joe Sample, Ray Brown & Shelly Manne||The Three||1975|
|10002||Cedar Walton||The Pentagon||1976|
|10003||L.A. Four||= EW 8060||1976|
|10004||L.A. Four||= EW 8061||1977|
|10005||The Great Jazz Trio||Direct from L.A.||1977|
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