Jazz (A-L) index

Since March 13th, 2012, I’ve been archiving  The Record Collection.  Here is a listing of the Jazz (A-L) albums that I’ve archived so far…


Ahmed Abdul-Malik: East Meets West – Jazz SaharaThe Eastern Moods of Ahmed Abdul-Malik  |
Pepper Adams: The Little Vienna |
Pepper Adams Quintet: 10 to 4 at the 5 Spot |
Pepper Adams, Donald Byrd: Out of This World  |
Julian ‘Cannonball’ Adderley: Somethin’ Else |
Julian ‘Cannonball’ Adderley Quintet: In Chicago – Portrait of Cannonball |
Cannonball Adderley: Nippon Soul |
Cannonball Adderley Sextet: Jazz Workshop Revisited |
Cannonball Adderley, Milt Jackson: Things Are Getting Better  |
Nat Adderley: Work Song  |
the Adelaide Connection Jazz Choir [Aust]: Makin’ Whoopee! |
Toshiko Akiyoshi: Toshiko’s piano – United Notions |
Alboran Trio: Meltemi  |
Ralph Alessi, Fred Hersch: Only Many  |

Geri Allen: The Nurturer – The Printmakers |
Geri Allen/Charlie Haden/Paul Motian: In The Year of The Dragon – Live at the Village Vanguard – Segments |
Charlie Haden/Paul Motian (ft. Geri Allen): Etudes  |
Tony Allen and the Afro Messengers: No Discrimination  |
Mose Allison: Allison Wonderland (the Mose Allison anthology) – Back Country Suite – Local Color – Mose Allison Sings  |
Gene Ammons: Gene Ammons (1947-53) |
Gene Ammons & Sonny Stitt: Boss Tenors  |
Curtis Amy: Mosaic Select |
Curtis Amy & Dupree Bolton: Katanga!  |
Ivie Anderson: Ivie Anderson (1932-42)  |
Tuck Andress: Reckless Precision  |
Troy (Trombone Shorty) Andrews: Backatown – For True – Say That to Say This |
The Andrews Sisters: The Andrews Sisters (1937-49)  |  Arena: Arena  |

Louis Armstrong: Ambassador Satch – Great Original Performances 1923-1931 – (The 25 Greatest) Hot Fives & Hot Sevens – Hot Fives and Sevens [JSP] – Hot Fives & Hot Sevens [ASV] – Portrait of an Artist as a Young Man – The Essential Satchmo |
Lil Hardin Armstrong: 1936-1940 [Chronological] – Chicago-Living Legends |
Louis Armstrong and His All-Stars: Louis Armstrong plays W.C. Handy |
Louis Armstrong, Duke Ellington: The Great Summit [deluxe edition]  |
The Art Ensemble of Chicago: Fanfare for the Warriors – Les Stances À Sophie (OST) – Nice GuysThe Third Decade  |
Dorothy Ashby: Hip Harp – In a Minor Groove  |
Chet Atkins, Les Paul: Guitar Monsters |
Australian Jazz Quartet: The Australian Jazz Quartet/Quintet |
Australian Jazz Quintet: at the Varsity Drag  |
Roy Ayers Ubiquity: He’s Coming  |
Ayers Rock: Big Red Rock  |
Albert Ayler Trio: Spiritual Unity  |
Charles Aznavour: A Tapestry of Dreams  |
Azymuth: Flame  |


Bachelors From Prague [Aust]: birth of the fool – The Energetic Cool |
Dave Bailey: One Foot In The Gutter |
Judy Bailey [p][Aust]: Sundial |
Mildred Bailey: Mildred Bailey (1935-39)  |
Chet Baker: Big Band / Sextet [1993] – ChetChet Baker (1952-54) – Let’s Get Lost (Best of)My Funny Valentine – Plays the Best of Lerner and LoeweShe Was Too Good To Me – The Best of Chet Baker Sings |
Chet Baker & Art Pepper: Playboys  |
Tom Baker [tp][Aust/US]: Tom Baker’s San Francisco Jazz Band 1976-1977 |
Chris Barber: Memories Of My Trip  |
Patricia Barber: Smash – Verse  |
Gato Barbieri: Caliente!  |
Dale Barlow: Dale Barlow Live  |
Charlie Barnet: Charlie Barnet (1939)  |
Baroque Jazz Trio: Baroque Jazz Trio  |
Kenny Barron, Ted Dunbar: In Tandem  |

Count Basie: Count Basie (1937-44) – Swingin’ the Blues [RCA] – the best of Count Basie [Pablo] – The Complete Decca Recordings (1937-1939) |
Count Basie Orchestra: The Complete Atomic Basie |
Count Basie and His Orchestra: Basie in London – April In Paris |
Count Basie, Duke Ellington: First Time! (The Count Meets The Duke) |
Count Basie, Joe Williams: The Greatest!! (Count Basie Plays…Joe Williams Sings Standards)  |

Shirley Bassey: Never, Never, Never – Shirley Bassey Sings the Standards – The Shirley Bassey Singles Album – This Is My Life   |
BBC Big Band Orchestra: Age of Swing – Big Band Favorites [Madacy]  |
Bebop and Beyond: Bebop and Beyond  |
Louie Bellson [dr]: Jazz Giants |
Bembeya Jazz: Bembeya – Hommage a Demba Camara – The Syliphone years  |
Tony Bennett, Dave Brubeck: The White House Sessions, Live 1962  |
George Benson: Cast Your Fate To The Wind – Pacific Fire  |
Bunny Berigan: Bunny Berigan (1937-39)  |
Irving Berlin: The Very Best of the Irving Berlin songbook  |
Eddie Bert: Crosstown |

Andy Bey: Ballads, Blues & Bey |
Andy Bey & the Bey Sisters: Andy Bey & the Bey Sisters  |
Big Bad Voodoo Daddy: Americana DeluxeHow Big Can You Get?: The Music of Cab Calloway – Louis Louis Louis – Rattle Them Bones  |
Art Blakey: A Night in Tunisia – Moanin’ – Orgy in Rhythm (vols 1&2) –  The Jazz Messengers |
the Birdlanders: The Birdlanders [vol 1]/[vol 2] |
Art Blakey Jazz Messengers: Caravan |
Art Blakey & the Jazz Messengers: – Art Blakey!!!!! Jazz Messengers!!!!! – at the Jazz Corner of the WorldLive in Stockholm 1959 – Meet You at the Jazz Corner of the World – The Big Beat – Ugetsu |
Art Blakey Quintet: A Night at Birdland  |

Carla Bley, Andy Sheppard, Steve Swallow: Trios  |
Paul Bley: Open, to Love |
Paul Bley /Franz Koglmann /Gary Peacock: Annette  |
Bluesiana Triangle: Bluesiana II – Bluesiana Triangle  |
Willie Bobo: Bobo Motion |
The Bongolian: Blueprint  |
The Boswell Sisters: The Boswell Sisters (1931-39)  |
Joanne Brackeen: Invitation  |
Brand X: {Missing Period}LivestockMorrocan Roll – Unorthodox Behaviour  |
Brass Monkey Brass Band [BMBB]: Live in Time and Space  |
Randy Brecker: 34th N Lex |
Randy Brecker Quintet: Live at Sweet Basil |
Randy Brecker with DR Big Band: The Jazz Ballad Song Book  |
Hugh Brodie and Impulse: Live and Cooking at the Wild Oat  |
Bob Brookmeyer [tb]: The Blues hot and cold + 7x Wilder – The Modernity of Bob Brookmeyer |
Bob Brookmeyer, Stan Getz: Recorded Fall 1961 |
Elkie Brooks: ‘Round Midnight  |

Tina Brooks: Back to the Tracks – True Blue  |
Clifford Brown: At The Cotton Club 1956 – Clifford Brown (1953)Clifford Brown EnsembleMemorial [Prestige]Memorial Album [Blue Note 2001]Study in Brown – The Beginning and The EndThe Complete Paris Sessions [vol 1-3] – The Quintet vol 1 (1954-55) |
Clifford Brown, Max Roach: At Basin StreetBrown and Roach IncorporatedClifford Brown * Max RoachDaahoud |
Clifford Brown, Clark Terry, Maynard Ferguson [aka: Clifford Brown All-Stars]: Jam Session  |
Ray Brown Trio: Bam Bam Bam  |

Dave Brubeck: One Alone – Dave Brubeck (1949-53)Dave Brubeck (Marian McPartland’s Piano Jazz Radio Broadcast)  |
The Dave Brubeck Quartet: Time Out  |
Ray Bryant: Ray Bryant Trio (Epic) –  Ray Bryant Trio (Prestige) |
Rob Burke, Tony Gould [sx,p][Aust]: Here |
Solomon Burke: Soul Alive  |
Burning Ghosts: Burning Ghosts |
Kenny Burrell Quintet: Midnight Blue  |
Don Burrows [Aust]: Burrows at the Winery – Burrows’ Jazz Brothers (A Retrospective) – The First 50 Years (vol 1) |
Don Burrows Quintet, the Adelaide Connection: Nice ‘n’ Easy |
Jaki Byard Quartet: The Last from Lennie’s  |
Don Byas: Don Byas (1945-47)  |
Donald Byrd: A New Perspective – Black Byrd – Byrd in Hand – Off To The Races |
Donald Byrd, Pepper Adams: Out of This World  |
Don Byron: Bug Music |


Cab Calloway: A Proper introduction to.. (Zah Zuh Zaz)  |
Claude Cagnasso: Head Under Legs – Plein Jazz |
Camoes-Cappozzo-Foussat: Autres Paysages
Conte Candoli: Modern Sounds from the West |
Conte Candoli All-Stars: Little Band, Big Jazz |
Captain Matchbox Whoopee Band [Aust]: Australia – Juggling Time [single] – Making Whoopee – Slightly Troppo – Smoke Dreams – The Great Stumble Forward – Wangaratta Wahine |
Hoagy Carmichael: The First of the Singer Songwriters |
Bill Carrothers: After Hours vol 4 – I Love Paris  |
Benny Carter Benny Carter (1936-37)  |
John Carter: Roots and Folklore: Episodes in the Development of American Folk Music [Dauwhe/Castles of Ghana/Dance of the Love Ghosts/Fields/Shadows on a Wall]  |
Ron Carter: Where? |
Ron Carter, Jim Hall: Live at Village West  |
Oscar ‘Papa’ Celestin Tuxedo Jazz Band: 1950s Radio Broadcasts |
Serge Chaloff: Blue Serge – Boston Blow-Up! |
Paul Chambers: Go… |
Paul Chambers Sextet: Whims of Chambers  |
Teddy Charles: Coolin’  |
Don Cherry: Symphony for Improvisers  |
Charlie Christian: Charlie Christian (1939-41) – The Immortal Charlie Christian  |
June Christy: June Christy (1945-47)  |

Sonny Clark [p]: Cool Struttin’ – Dial ‘S’ for Sonny – Leapin’ and Lopin’ |
Sonny Clark Trio: Sonny Clark Trio [Time Records] – Sonny Clark Trio – The Art of the Trio [2015] |
Stanley Clarke: Children of ForeverSchool Days – The Best of Stanley Clarke |
Stanley Clarke, Al di Meola, Jean-Luc Ponty: The Rite of Strings  |
Billy Cobham:  Rudiments – Spectrum  |
Al Cohn: The Al Cohn Quintet (featuring Bobby Brookmeyer)  |
Nat King Cole: It’s Only a Paper Moon – Nat King Cole (1943-1946) – Riffin’ (The Decca, JATP, Keynote & Mercury Recordings) [2010]  |
Nat ‘King’ Cole and his Trio: Harvest of Hits  |
Ornette Coleman: Free Jazz – Something Else!!!! – The Shape of Jazz to Come |
Ornette Coleman Quartet: This Is Our Music  |

Alice Coltrane: Huntington Ashram MonasteryJourney In Satchidananda – Ptah, The El Daoud – Universal Consciousness |
John Coltrane: A Love Supreme – Blue Train – Coltrane Jazz – Coltrane Plays the Blues – Coltrane’s Sound – Giant Steps – My Favorite Things – The Unissued Seattle Broadcast |
John & Alice Coltrane: Cosmic Music  |
Ken Colyer: Decca Skiffle Sessions |
Conway Brothers Hiccups Orchestra [Aust]: Conway Brothers Hiccups Orchestra – Dinosaur Songs |
Mic Conway’s National Junk Band [Aust]: 21st Century Sink |
Bob Cooper: Coop! – Group Activity [Bob Cooper/Shifting Winds]  |
Marc Copland, John Abercrombie, Kenny Wheeler: Brand New  |
Chick Corea: Akoustic Band – Delphi I (solo piano improvisations) – Return to Forever – The Vigil |
Herbie Hancock, Chick Corea: Paramount Theatre, Seattle, WA (14Mar2015)  |

Eddie Costa [p]: Eddie Costa Trio Complete Recordings |
Curtis Counce: You Get More Bounce With Curtis Counce!  |
Noel Coward: The Best of Noel Coward at Las Vegas -The Master (featuring Gertrude Lawrence) [The Last Time I Saw Paris]  |
Kenny Cox: Clap! Clap! The Joyful Noise |
Hank Crawford: Down On The Deuce  |
Marilyn Crispell, Gary Peacock: Azure  |
Sonny Criss: Portrait of Sonny Criss – The Complete Imperial Sessions – This is Criss!  |

R. Crumb and his Cheap Suit Serenaders: R. Crumb and his Cheap Suit Serenaders – number 2 / Chasin’ Rainbowsnumber 3 / Singing in the Bathtub |
R. Crumb (compiled by): Chimpin’ The Blues (with Jerry Zolten) – Gay Life in Dikanka – Hot Women – R. Crumb’s Heroes of Blues, Jazz & Country – That’s What I call Sweet Music  |
CTI All-Stars: California Concert – The Hollywood Palladium  |
Cuarteto Blue Note: Cuarteto Blue Note  |
Cubanismo: Greetings from Havana – Mardi Gras Mambo – Reencarnacion  |


Daly-Wilson Big Band [Aust]: The Exciting Daly-Wilson Big Band |
Eddie ‘Lockjaw’ Davis: Eddie ‘Lockjaw’ Davis (1946-48)  |
Miles Davis: Bitches BrewFilles de Kilimanjaro – Kind of Blue – Kind of Blue (50th Anniversary) – Miles Davis (1949-53)Miles Davis (vol 1 + vol 2) – Milestones – NefertitiPorgy and Bess –  ‘Round About MidnightSketches of Spain – Steamin’ with the Miles Davis Quintet – The Complete Birth of The Cool |
Miles Davis All-Stars: Walkin’ |
Miles Davis + 19: Miles Ahead |
Walter Davis Jr.: Davis Cup  |

Blossom Dearie: Blossom Dearie – Once upon a Summertime  |
Buddy DeFranco Quartet: Buddy DeFranco Qu4rtet with Sonny Clark [Complete Sessions] – Chip Off The Old Bop – Mr. Clarinet  |
Jack DeJohnette /John Patitucci /Danilo Perez: Music We Are  |
Deodato: Motion – Prelude – The Very Best of Deodato  |
Paul Desmond: Feeling Blue – Take Ten  |
Dienne Manouche: Gypsy Bop  |
Marlene Dietrich: The Best of Marlene Dietrich  |
Directions in Groove (DIG)[Aust]: Curvystrasse – DIG Deep |
The Dirty Dozen Brass Band: Funeral for a Friend – Jelly –  My Feet Can’t Fail Me Now – The New Orleans Album – Voodoo – What’s Going On |
Django’s Cadillac: New Wheels  |
Eric Dolphy: Out to Lunch!  |
Fats Domino: Blueberry Hill  |

Lou Donaldson: Alligator Bogaloo – Blues Walk – Gravy Train – Lou Donaldson (1952-54) – Lou Takes Off  |
Kenny Dorham: ‘Round About Midnight at the Cafe Bohemia [complete] – Afro-Cuban – Whistle Stop |
Kenny Dorham Quintet: Kenny Dorham Quintet [Debut Records]  |
Tommy Dorsey: Tommy Dorsey (1935-38)  |
Dr. John: Dr. John’s Gumbo – Goin’ Back to New Orleans – Gris-Gris – In The right Place – Locked Down – Loser For You Baby – Mos’ Scocious: Anthology – Ske-Dat-De-Dat Spirit of Satch – VA- The Musical Mojo of Dr John |
Kenny Drew: Undercurrent  |
Kenny Drew Trio: Kenny Drew TrioPal Joey |
Kenny Drew Quartet: Talkin’ & Walkin’ with the Kenny Drew Quartet |
George Duke: DreamWeaver – I Love The Blues, She Heard My Cry – Keyboard Giant – The Aura Will Prevail  |


Billy Eckstine: Billy Eckstine (1944-1947)  |
Teddy Edwards Quartet: Teddy’s Ready!  |
Duke Ellington: Duke Ellington (1941-47)Ellington at Newport (complete 1956) – Mary Poppins – the best of Duke Ellington [Pablo] |
Duke Ellington and his orchestra: Black, Brown and Beige (feat. Mahalia Jackson) – Ellington Uptown – Masterpieces by Ellington – Such Sweet Thunder – The Nutcracker Suite |
Duke Ellington, Louis Armstrong: The Great Summit [deluxe edition] |
Duke Ellington, Count Basie: First Time! (The Count Meets The Duke) |
Duke Ellington, John Coltrane: Duke Ellington & John Coltrane |
Duke Ellington, Coleman Hawkins: Duke Ellington Meets Coleman Hawkins |
Duke Ellington, Johnny Hodges: play the blues Back to Back – Side By Side |
Duke Ellington, Charles Mingus & Max Roach: Money Jungle  |
The Ellingtonians (Paul Gonsalves, Harry Carney, Booty Wood): The Music of the Great Ellingtonians  |

Don Elliott: Four Classic Albums (1954-56)[Don Elliott Quintet/Mellophone/Don Elliott and Rusty Dedrick; Counterpoint for Six Valves/At The Modern Jazz Room] – Jamaica Jazz /A Musical Offering – Mellophone |
Caro Emerald: Deleted Scenes from the Cutting Room FloorThe Shocking Miss Emerald  |
Bob Enevoldsen: The Music of Bob Enevoldsen (Smorgasbord) |
Booker Ervin: The Book Cooks / Cookin’ / That’s It!  |
Eureka Brass Band (New Orleans): Jazz at Preservation Hall 1 – New Orleans Funeral and Parade  |
Bill Evans: Live at Art D’Lugoff’s Top of the Gate  – The “Interlay” Sessions |
Bill Evans Trio: How My Heart Sings!
Portrait in Jazz – Sunday at the Village VanguardWaltz for Debby – The 1960 Birdland Sessions |
Bill Evans Trio/Lee Konitz/Warne Marsh:
Crosscurrents  |
Gil Evans:
Gil Evans & Ten – New Bottle, Old Wine – The Individualism of Gil Evans |
Gil Evans Orchestra: Great Jazz Standards
Out of the Cool  |


Tal Farlow: Tal Farlow (1952-55)  |
Art Farmer: Art Farmer (1953-56) – Sing Me Softly of the Blues |
Art Farmer & Gigi Gryce: When Farmer Met Gryce  |
Joe Farrell: Joe Farrell Quartet  |
Fatsy Finger’s Roaring Piano Band: The World of Honky Tonk Piano  |
Michael Feinstein: Change of Heart – Remember  |
Victor Feldman: Suite Sixteen  |
Maynard Ferguson: Octet  |
Wilhelmenia Fernandez: Gershwin Songs  |
Billy Field [Aust]: Bad Habits |

Ella Fitzgerald: Ella Fitzgerald (1936-40) – Ella Fitzgerald (1946-54) – Ella Fitzgerald Song Books [Real Gone Jazz] Ella Fitzgerald Song Books [Real Gone Jazz] [vol.1]/[vol.2]/[vol.3] – Sings the Cole Porter Song Book – Signs the Duke Ellington Song Book (vol 1, vol 2) Sings the Irving Berlin Songbook – Sings the George Gershwin Songbook vol 1 – Sings the Gershwin Songbook vol 2 – Sings the Harold Arlen Songbook – Sings the Jerome Kern Songbook – Sings the Johnny Mercer Songbook – Sings the Rodgers and Hart Song Book – Swingin’ with Ella – The Best of the Song Books  |
Ella Fitzgerald, Louis Armstrong: Porgy and Bess |

Ralph Flanagan: Plays Rodgers and Hammerstein II for Dancing [vol I]/[vol II]  |
Tommy Flanagan, John Coltrane, Kenny Burrell, Idrees Sulieman: The Cats  |
Nnenna Freelon: Maiden Voyage  |
Don Friedman [p]: Metamorphosis |
Curtis Fuller: Blues-ette  |


Slim Gaillard: Laughing in Rhythm |
Galapagos Duck [Aust]: Ebony Quill – Endangered Species – Magnum – St James – The Removalists -OST – The Voyage of the Beagle [1992] |
Judy Garland: More Than a Memory – The ABC Collection  |
Red Garland: A Garland of RedRed Alone |
Red Garland Quintet: All Mornin’ Long – Soul Junction  |
Erroll Garner: Concert by the Sea – Erroll Garner (1944-47)  |
the Gate: Stench |
Bobby Gebert [p][Aust]: The Sculptor |
Stan Getz: Stan Getz (1950-52) – Sweet Rain |
Stan Getz, Bob Brookmeyer: Recorded Fall 1961 |
Stan Getz, Charlie Byrd: Jazz Samba  |
Stan Getz, João Gilberto (ft. Antonio Carlos Jobim): Getz/Gilberto – The New Stan Getz Quartet (ft. Astrud Gilberto): Getz Au Go Go  |

Dizzy Gillespie: Afro – BahianaDizzy Gillespie (1945-46) – Dizzy Gillespie (1953-54) – Dizzy Gillespie at NewportHave Trumpet, Will Excite! – the best of Dizzy Gillespie [Pablo] – The Champ |
Dizzy Gillespie, Sonny Rollins, Sonny Stitt: Sonny Side Up |
Dizzy Gillespie, Stan Getz, Sonny Stitt: For Musicians Only  |
Dizzy Gillespie Quintet: An electrifying evening with the Dizzy Gillespie Quintet |
Jimmy Giuffre: The Jimmy Giuffre Clarinet  |
Tyree Glenn: Let’s Have a Ball |
Tyree Glenn, Hank Jones: Quintet/Sextet complete recordings |
Benny Golson: FreeGroovin’ with Golson  |
Pierre Moerlen’s Gong: Downwind – Expresso IIGazeuse! [aka: Expresso]  |
Paul Gonsalves, Ray Nance: Just A-Sittin’ and A-Rockin’  |
Benny Goodman: Benny Goodman (1935-39)Carnegie Hall Jazz Concert (1938) – Complete Small Combinations (vol 1, 2: 1935-37)/(vol 3,4: 1937-39) – Small Groups (1941-45) – The Complete Capitol trios |
Benny Goodman Quartet: Together Again!  |
Benny Goodman Sextet: Slipped Disc |

Dexter Gordon: A Swingin’ AffairDexter Gordon (1943-47) – Dexter Calling… – Doin’ Allright – Gettin’ Around – Go! – More Power!Our Man in ParisThe Tower of Power!  |
Robert Goulet: Robert Goulet in Person  |
Paul Grabowsky [Aust]: Solo |
Kenny Graham and His Satellites: Moondog and Suncat Suites |
Stéphane Grappelli: I Hear Music – Stéphane Grappelli plays George Gershwin & Cole Porter – Tribute to Django Reinhardt [Jazzclub] |
Yehudi Menuhin, Stephane Grappelli: Menuhin & Grappelli Play…   |
Wardell Gray: Wardell Gray (1946-49)Memorial volume 1 & 2Memorial volume Two  |
the Great Jazz Trio: Someday My Prince Will Come  |
Bennie Green: Mosaic Select  |
Grant Green: Blue Breakbeats – Born To Be Blue – Grant’s First Stand – Idle MomentsMatador  |
Al Grey: The Thinking Man’s Trombone  |
Johnny Griffin: Introducing Johnny Griffin – Johnny Griffin, vol. 2 – A Blowing Session |
Johnny Griffin Quartet: Way Out  |
David Grisman: Hot Dawg  |
Steve Grossman: Some Shapes To Come  |
Vince Guaraldi Trio: A Boy Named Charlie Brown -OSTA Charlie Brown Christmas -OST – Greatest Hits – Jazz Impressions of Black Orpheus [1990] – Vince Guaraldi Tro / A Flower is a Lovesome Thing [2014] |
Claude Guilhot, Georges Arvanitas trio: Traficos |


Charlie Haden & Hank Jones: Steal Away |
Charlie Haden/Paul Motian (feat. Geri Allen): Etudes |
Al Haig: Trio & Sextets |
Chico Hamilton: South Pacific/Ellington Suite [2010] – Chico Hamilton Trio |
Chico Hamilton Quintet: The Original Ellington Suite  |
Jan Hammer: The First Seven Days  |
Lionel Hampton: Lionel Hampton (1937-40) – Lionel Hampton (1945-46) |
Herbie Hancock: Empyrean IslesHead HuntersInventions & Dimensions – Maiden Voyage – Mwandishi – QuartetRiver: The Joni Letters – Takin’ Off –VSOP (1977) – Watermelon Man: The Ultimate Hancock! |
Herbie Hancock, Chick Corea: Paramount Theatre, Seattle, WA (14Mar2015)  |

Wilbur Harden: Jazz Way Out – Mainstream 1958 – Tanganyika Strut  |
Roy Hargrove: Nothing Serious  |
Barry Harris: At The Jazz Workshop |
Barry Harris Quintet: Newer Than New |
Bill Harris: Bill Harris and Friends  |
Eddie Harris [sx]: Bossa NovaExodus to Jazz – Instant Death – Plug Me In / High Voltage – The In Sound |
Gene Harris [p]: Like A Lover – World Tour 1990 |
Herb Harris: New York Daze & Knight |
Richard Harris: His Greatest Performances  |
Rex Harrison: Accustomed to Her Face  |
Hampton Hawes: Blues for Bud – Four! |
Hampton Hawes, Paul Chambers: The East/West Controversy  |

Coleman Hawkins: Cool Groove – The Genius of Coleman Hawkins |
Coleman Hawkins Quintet: The Hawk Swings – The Crown Sessions  |
Erskine Hawkins: Erskine Hawkins (1940-45)  |
Roy Haynes: Out of the Afternoon –
Roy Haynes/Phineas Newborn/Paul Chambers: We Three  |
Jimmy Heath: The Quota |
Jimmy Heath Sextet: The Thumper  |
Fletcher Henderson: Fletcher Henderson (1934-36)  |
Joe Henderson: Double Rainbow (The Music of Antonio Carlos Jobim) – Inner Urge – Multiple – Page One  |
Wayne Henderson: Big Daddy’s Place  |

Woody Herman: Woody Herman (1945-54)  |
the Heshoo Beshoo Group: Armitage Road  |
John Hicks: Passion Flower  |
Tony Hicks [sx][Aust]: Two Years |
Andrew Hill: Black Fire – Change – Point of Departure  |
Earl ‘Fatha’ Hines: Earl ‘Fatha’ Hines (1934-42) – Earl ‘Fatha’ Hines (1937-46)  |
Jutta Hipp: at the Hickory House |
Billie Holiday: Billie Holiday (1933-36) – Complete Billie Holiday Lester Young (1937-46) – History of Jazz: 10 Fabulous Recordings of the FortiesHoliday TracksLady Sings The Blues Music for Torching – Solitude – Stay with MeStoryville Club Sessions [complete] – Summertime  – The Complete Decca Recordings (1944-50) – The Essential Billie Holiday [Carnegie Hall Concert Recorded Live (Nov-10-1956)] – The Lady Sings [Box set] – Velvet Mood – Verve Jazz Masters 12  |

Dave Holland Quartet: Conference of the Birds |
Dave Holland Sextet: Pass It On  |
Judy Holliday: Trouble is a Man  |
Lena Horne: Lena Horne (1936-44) – Stormy Weather – The Exciting… Lena  |
Elmo Hope: Elmo Hope Trio and Quintet – Hope-Full – Hope Meets Foster  |
Tim Hopkins [sx][Aust]: Pandora’s Box |
Hot Club of Cowtown: Rendezvous in Rhythm – Swingin’ Stampede  |
Freddie Hubbard: Hub Cap – Red ClayStraight Life (40th Anniversary Edition) – Open Sesame  |
Bobbi Humphrey: Blacks and Blues  |
Charlie Hunter: Bing, Bing, Bing! – Friends Seen and Unseen – Steady Groovin’  |


Abdullah Ibrahim (Dollar Brand): African Suite – Ekaya (Home) – Mukashi (Once Upon A Time) – Water From An Ancient Well |
Abdullah Ibrahim (Dollar Brand), Max Roach: Streams of Consciousness  |
Incognito: Jazz Funk  |
Mark Isaacs [p][Aust]: For Sure  – Preludes |
Mark Isham, Kate Ceberano: Bittersweet  |


Milt Jackson & John Coltrane: Bags & Trane  |
Illinois Jacquet: Illinois Jacquet (1946-47)  |
Ahmad Jamal: Ahmad’s Blues – At The Pershing / But Not For Me – Complete Live At The Pershing Lounge 1958 – Poinciana – The Legendary Okeh & Epic Recordings  |
Bob James, David Sanborn: Quartette Humaine  |
Harry James: Harry James (1937-39) – Harry James Plays the Songs that Sold A Million  |
Keith Jarrett: Life Between the Exit Signs – Somewhere – Somewhere Before – The Köln Concert – Treasure Island |
Keith Jarrett, Charlie Haden, Paul Motian: Hamburg ’72 [2014]  |
Bobby Jasper: Memory of Dick |

Jazz Co-op [Aust]: Jazz Co-op |
The Jazz Crusaders: Pacific Jazz Quintet Studio Sessions  |
Jazz Jamaica: Blue Note Blue Beat [vol 1 – vol 2]  |
The Jazz Messengers: The Jazz Messengers (1955)  |
Jazz Track: First CallJazz Track |
Jazztrack:  Listen! – Live (05-Feb-1976)  |
Jazztrack, Norma Winstone: Flying Stork  |
The Jazztet: Here and Now – Here and Now/Another Git Together – Meet The Jazztet – Moment to Moment – Real Time  |
JFK Quintet: New Jazz Frontiers from Washington  |
Howard Johnson: Right Now! |
Jay Jay Johnson: Blue TromboneJay Jay Johnson (1949-53) – The Eminent Jay Jay Johnson (vol 1) – The Eminent Jay Jay Johnson (vol 2) – J.J. Johnson’s Jazz QuintetsProof Positive |
Jay Jay Johnson Quintet: Live at Cafe Bohemia |
J.J. Johnson, Kai Winding: The Great Kai & J.J.
J.J. Johnson, Kai Winding, Bennie Green: Trombone by Three  |
Pete Jolly: Little Bird |

Carmell Jones: Mosaic Select  |
Elvin Jones: Dear John C.  |
Etta Jones: Don’t Go To Strangers  |
Hank Jones: Bluesette (London 1979) – trio [plus flute]  |
Hank Jones, Tyree Glenn: Quintet/Sextet complete recordings |
Hank Jones, Frank Wess: Hank and Frank II  |
Norah Jones: Come Away With Me – Feels Like Home – The Fall (deluxe edition)  |
Quincy Jones: This Is How I Feel About Jazz  |
Sam Jones: The Soul Society |
Sam Jones plus 10: The Chant  |
Thad Jones: The Magnificent Thad Jones  |
Thad Jones/Mel Lewis Orchestra: Central Park North –  The Big Band Sound of Thad Jones/Mel Lewis  |
Vince Jones [Aust]: Future Girl  |
Vince Jones, Paul Grabowsky [Aust]: Provenance |

Clifford Jordan: Mosaic [Starting Time/A Story Tale] |
Clifford Jordan & John Gilmore: Blowing In From Chicago  |
Louis Jordan: Jivin’ with Jordan – Let the Good Times Roll (1938-53)[MCA/Geffen]  |
Stanley Jordan: Magic Touch  |


Kiri te Kanawa: Blue Skies  |
Fred Katz: Folk Songs for Far Out Folk – Fred Katz and His Music  |
Wynton Kelly: Kelly Blue – Kelly Great – Wynton Kelly! – Wynton Kelly [aka: Piano (aka: Whisper Not)] |
Wynton Kelly Trio, Wes Montgomery: Smokin’ at the Half Note  |
Stan Kenton: Cuban Fire! – Kenton’s West Side Story – Stan Kenton (1950-53) – Stan Kenton plays Bob Graettinger /City of Glass – The Stan Kenton Story |
Stan Kenton Orchestra: Adventures in Jazz  |
Barney Kessel: Barney Kessel (1952-54) – Red Hot and Blues |
Calvin Keys: Shawn-Neeq  |

Kidney [Aust]: Kidney [pinnacles] |
Morgana King: A Taste of Honey – Stretchin’ Out |
(Rahsaan) Roland Kirk: Introducing Roland Kirk – The Inflated Tear |
Roland Kirk Quartet: Rip, Rig and Panic  |
Lee Konitz: Alone TogetherAt Storyville – Live at the Half Note [bonus disc] – Lee Konitz (1949-51) |
Lee Konitz Nonet: Yes, Yes Nonet  |
Diana Krall: All for You – The Girl In The Other Room  |
Gene Krupa: Gene Krupa (1938-41) – The Gene Krupa Story |
Gene Krupa and His Orchestra: Jazz Party 19 (Drum Boogie)  |


Cleo Laine: An Evening with Cleo Laine and the John Dankworth Quartet – Born On A Friday –  (1978) Cleo’s Greatest Show Hits – Porgy and Bess – Sometimes When We Touch – That Old Feeling  |
Dorothy Lamour: The Dorothy Lamour Collection (Her Golden Greats)  |
Harold Land: Harold in the Land of JazzThe Fox |
Harold Land Quartet: Jazz at the Cellar 1958 |
Harold Land Quintet: The Peace-Maker  |
Art Lande: Rubisa Patrol  |
Yusef Lateef: Eastern SoundsInto SomethingJazz Mood – Live at Pep’s – Live at Pep’s vol 2 – Other Sounds – The Three Faces of Yusef Lateef  |
Hubert Laws: Afro-ClassicIn The Beginning [aka: Then There Was Light]  |
Peggy Lee: Peggy Lee (1941-1953) – Live in London  |
Wade Legge: Wade Legge Trio |
John Lewis: Afternoon in Paris – Grand Encounter (Two Degrees East / Three Degrees West) |
John Lewis, Albert Mangelsdorff, Zagreb Jazz Quartet: Animal Dance  |
Ramsey Lewis: Hot Dawgit [The Anthology; The Columbia Years] |
David Liebman: Trio + One  |
Abbey Lincoln: Straight Ahead – That’s Him!  |
Booker Little: Booker Little  |
Charles Lloyd, Billy Higgins: Which Way is East  |
Julie London: Julie…at home / Around Midnight  |
Frantz Loriot Systematic Distortion Orchestra: The Assembly |
Eddy Louiss: Eddy Louiss Trio (feat. Rene Thomas) |
The Lounge Lizards: The Lounge Lizards  |
Joe Lovano [sx]: From the Soul – Landmarks – Rush Hour |
Jimmie Lunceford: Jimmie Lunceford (1930-34)  |