Whynot Records

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Whynot Records was a Japanese jazz record label. [1] Several albums of their discography were also released on India Navigation.


Catalog #LeaderAlbumYear
001 / 7118 Walt Dickerson Tell Us Only the Beautiful Things 1975
002 / 7119 George Cables Why Not 1975
003 / 7120 Air Air Song 1975
004 / 7121 Muhal Richard Abrams Afrisong 1975
005 / 7122 Joe Bonner, Clint Houston, Billy Hart Triangle1975
006 / 7123 Monty Waters The Black Cat1975
007 / 7150 Fumio Karashima Piranha1975
008 / 7151 Joe Lee Wilson Shout For Trane1976
009 / 7152 Charles Sullivan Re-Entry1976
010 / 7153 Ted Curson Blue Piccolo 1976
011 / 7154Donald Smith, Cecil McBee, Jack DeJohnette LUV1976
012 / 7155 Chico Freeman Morning Prayer 1976
013 / 7156Air Air Raid 1976
014 / 7157 Andrew Cyrille Junction 1976
015 / 7158Teruhiko KataokaLove Walking1977
016 / 7159Fumio KarashimaLandscape1977
MTCJ 2009Walt Dickerson Walt Dickerson 1976 1976
PAP 25032 Kenny Barron Imo Live 1982

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  1. "Trio/Whynot".