Uptown Records (jazz)

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Uptown Records is a jazz record label based in Champlain, New York. [1] It was founded by Robert E. Sunenblick MD. (Bob Sunenblick) in 1981. Former seat has been in Harrington Park, New Jersey. [2]

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Discography

CatalogArtistAlbum
  Moore, Ralph [NEVER ISSUED] see Reservoir Records
27.01 Joe Thomas Raw Meat
27.02 J.R. Monterose Live in Albany
27.03 John W. Bubbles Back on Broadway
27.04 Beryl Booker [NEVER ISSUED]
27.05 Paul Quinichette [NEVER ISSUED]
27.06J.R. Monterose & Tommy Flanagan ...And a Little Pleasure
27.07 Dickie Wells Lonesome Road
27.08 Hod O'Brien Bits and Pieces
27.09 Allen Eager Renaissance
27.10 Dave Schildkraut [NEVER ISSUED]
27.11 Philly Joe Jones Dameronia To Tadd with Love
27.12Joe Thomas & Jay McShann Blowin' in from K.C.
27.13 Haywood Henry The Gentle Monster
27.14 Frank Wess & Johnny Coles Two at the Top
27.15Philly Joe Jones Dameronia Look Stop Listen
27.16 Pepper Adams Live at Fat Tuesday's
27.17 Don Sickler The Music of Kenny Dorham
27.18 Charlie Rouse & Red Rodney Social Call
27.19 Budd Johnson Ole Dude and the Fundance Kid
27.20 Barry Harris For the Moment
27.21 Buddy Tate & Al Grey Just Jazz
27.22 Joe Puma [NEVER ISSUED] see Reservoir Records
27.23 Don Joseph One of a Kind
27.24 Peter Leitch Exhilaration
27.25 Maria Muldaur Transbluency
27.26 Kenny Barron Autumn in New York
27.27 Claudio Roditi Claudio!
27.28 Carl Fontana The Great Fontana
27.29 Tommy Flanagan Nights at the Vanguard
27.30 Freddie Redd Lonely City
27.31Pepper Adams The Adams Effect
27.32 Jimmy Gourley The Left Bank of New York
27.33Various ArtistsAn Uptown Christmas
27.34Charlie Rouse & Sahib Shihab Soul Mates
27.35 Chet Baker Boston, 1954
27.36 Charlie Parker Montreal, 1953
27.37Densil PinnockI Waited for You
27.38 Serge Chaloff Boston, 1950
27.39Don SicklerNight Watch
27.40 Sonny Clark Oakland, 1955
27.41Kenny Barron New York Attitude
27.42Charlie ParkerBoston, 1952
27.43 Jack Sheldon Playing for Change
27.44 Dodo Marmarosa Pittsburgh, 1958
27.45 Coleman Hawkins Jamestown, NY, 1958
27.46 Lee Wiley Music of Manhattan
27.47Barry Harris For the Moment
27.48 Charles Mingus Charles 'Baron' Mingus
27.49Allen EagerIn the Land of Oo-Bla-Dee
27.50Charlie Rouse & Red Rodney Social Call
27.51Charlie Parker & Dizzy Gillespie Town Hall, New York City, June 22, 1945
27.84 Jeri Southern Blue Note, Chicago, March 1956

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References

  1. see Discogs