Atlantic Album Discography, Part 2
1200 Jazz Series (1949-1966)

By David Edwards, René Wu, Patrice Eyries, and Mike Callahan
Last update: October 6, 2005

Nesuhi Ertegun was put in charge of the development of the Atlantic jazz catalog and given responsibility for all long playing albums in the mid 1950s. Nesuhi brought to Atlantic many of the West Coast jazz artists he had seen in California, including Shorty Rogers, Jimmy Giuffre, Herbie Mann and Les McCann. Nesuhi's most important contribution was championing and producing the Modern Jazz Quartet; the MJQ recorded twenty albums for Atlantic and was the backbone of their jazz catalog.

Soon after Nesuhi took over the album catalog, he deleted the 100 and 400 series of 10-inch albums, because the 12-inch format was becoming the standard. He also deleted the early 12-inch albums in Atlantic's catalog. Nesuhi started the new Atlantic long play catalog with album 1212. This 1200 album series carried a $4.98 list price, and at first the series contained both jazz and R&B albums. In 1956, a new 8000 popular series was started with a list price of $3.98. The few rhythm and blues albums in the 1200 series were reissued in the 8000 series, and the 1200 series became exclusively a jazz series.

An example of just how forward-thinking Atlantic was at the time is illustrated by a special issue of album AL-1208, which was issued in binaural sound. Binaural was an early attempt at stereo, where recordings were done with two microphones set apart about the space of the human ears. When played back over headphones, it gave the sense of listening from a front-row audience seat. The problem with transferring this technology to record was that the 45/45 stylus and cartridge (which was used from 1958 onward), where information on each stereo channel is encoded into one side of a microgroove, had not yet been invented/perfected. Binaural vinyl records required a setup which used two needles. On the label, the binaural issue of AL-1208 advises, "For use with two- needle binaural reproducers". This was 1953, five years before stereo on vinyl was introduced by the industry to the public! (Scan courtesy of Peter Grendysa)

The earliest labels in the 1200 series were yellow with black printing. "ATLANTIC" was over the center hole in black with a thin black line under it, there was a black ring around the perimeter of the label except in the area the Atlantic name was located. At the bottom of the label was "LONG PLAYING" on one side and "UNBREAKABLE" on the other, between the words was a circle with 33 1/3 RPM. This label was used on all 10 inch albums and the 12 inch albums to LP-1211.

In 1955, the 1200 series changed to the black Atlantic label, which was black with silver printing and had graphics identical to the earlier yellow labels. This label was used on the 1200 series from 1212 to at least 1332, but it was also used for a special binaural issue of 1208. During the time when the black label was being used, the stereo labels were light green with black printing, the graphics were identical except for "STEREO" above the Atlantic logo in a black box.

The next Atlantic label used on monaural releases was red on the top and purple on the bottom with black printing. There was a white band running through the center hole from side to side, separating the red and purple areas. The label name "ATLANTIC" was in the white area to the left of the center hole. To the right of the center hole was a large "A" and a white fan in a black box. This is the "white fan Atlantic label." On stereo records, the graphics are the same, but with the top of the label being green and the bottom of the label being blue, and "STEREO" in white letters at the top of the label. The promotional issues used the same graphics but were simply white with black printing. This label was used from 1333 to approximately 1378.

The next Atlantic label was very similar to the "white fan" label described above, except that the fan to the right of the center hole was black in a white box, and a small "ATLANTIC" is inserted at a 90-degree angle between the large "A" and the fan. We call this the "black fan Atlantic label." Monaural records were red on the top and purple on the bottom with black printing. Stereo records had the same graphics with the top of the label being green and the bottom of the label being blue. The promotional issues are white with black printing with the same graphics. This label was used from 1379 to approximately 1463.

We would appreciate any additions or corrections to this discography. Just send them to us via e-mail. Both Sides Now Publications is an information web page. We are not a catalog, nor can we provide the records listed below. We have no association with Atlantic Records. Should you be interested in acquiring albums listed in this discography (which are all out of print), we suggest you see our Frequently Asked Questions page and follow the instructions found there. This story and discography are copyright 2000 by Mike Callahan.


Number - Title - Artist [Release Date] (Chart) Contents

The earliest numbers in the 1200 series were 78 rpm discs which were part of a three-record set. All issues in the 1200 series up to 1211 used the early yellow Atlantic label.

1201 - This Is My Beloved, Parts 1 & 2 - John Dall narration, Vernon Duke music [3/49] This number was used for the first 78 RPM disc in the 3 record set, 312 S.

1202 - This Is My Beloved, Parts 3 & 4 - John Dall narration, Vernon Duke music [3/49] This number was used for the second 78 RPM disc in the 3 record set, 312 S.

1203 - This Is My Beloved, Parts 5 & 6 - John Dall narration, Vernon Duke music [3/49] This number was used for the third 78 RPM disc in the 3 record set, 312 S.

1204 - Romeo and Juliet Scenes, Disc 1 - Eva LaGallienne and Richard Waring with King Webster [1/51] Record one of ALS-401 two 12 inch record set.

1205 - Romeo and Juliet Scenes, Disc 2 - Eva LaGallienne and Richard Waring with King Webster [1/51] Record two of ALS-401 two 12 inch record set.

ALS-1206 - Duets - Sidney Bechet & Mugsy Spanier [1952] That's A'Plenty/If I Could Be With You/Squeeze Me/Sweet Sue, Just You//Sweet Lorraine/Lazy River/China Boy/Four Or Five Times

ALS-1207 - Marie Powers Concert - Marie Powers [1952]

ALS-1208 - Rampart Street Ramblers - Wilbur DeParis [1953] This was the first and last record Atlantic issued in "binaural," an early stereo process. Sensation/Shreveport Stomp/Tres Moutarde//Hindustan/When The Saints Go Marching In

ALS-1209 - Big Jazz - Jack Teagarden & Rex Stewart [8/53]

ALS-1210 - Jerome Kern's "Roberta" and "Showboat" - Sherril [1/54]

ALS-1211 - Rogers and Hart's "Connecticut Yankee" and "Pal Joey" - Sherril [1/54]

At this point Nesuhi Ertegun took over responsibility for the Atlantic long play albums. All of the earlier 10 and 12 inch releases were phased out, and the Atlantic LPs started using the black label.

1212 - The Swinging Mr. Rogers - Shorty Rogers [1955] Isn't It Romantic/Oh Play That Thing/Martians Go Home/My Heart Stood Still/Not Really The Blues/That's What I'm Talkin' 'Bout/Trickledidlier/Michelle's Mediation

1213 - Mabel Mercer Sings Cole Porter - Mabel Mercer [1955] It's Delovely/After You/Where Oh Where/Use Your Imagination/Ace In The Hole/It's All Right With Me/So In Love/I'm Ashamed That Women Are So Simple/Ev'ry Time We Say Goodbye/Experiment/Ours/Looking At You/When Love Comes Your Way

1214 - Songs By Bobby Short - Bobby Short [7/55] I Like The Likes Of You/Island In The West Indies/From This Moment On/Dinah/You're Not My First Love/You Make Me Feel So Young/Manhattan/Gimme A Pigfoot/Now/Suddenly/Sweet Bye And Bye/I Can't Get Started/Autumn In New York

1215/SD-1215 - Paul Barbarin and His New Orleans Jazz - Paul Barbarin [1955] Initially issued in mono only. The stereo version was released in 1958 or later. Bourbon Street Parade/I Wish I Could Shimmy Like My Sister Kate/Eh La Bas/Bugle Boy March/Sing On/Just A Little While to Stay Here/Someday Sweetheart/Walking Thru The Streets Of The City/Crescent Blues

1216 - Jazz and Romantic Places - Dave Pell Octet [1955] Memphis In June/Paris In Spring/Isle Of Capri/White Cliffs Of Dover/How Are Things In Glocca Morra/London In July/Sunday In Savannah/Shuffle Off To Buffalo/On A Slow Boat To China/Deep In The Heart Of Texas/New Orleans/Flying Down To Rio

1217 - Lee Konitz and Warne Marsh - Lee Konitz & Warne Marsh [1955] Topsy/Donna Lee/I Can't Get Started/Two Not One/Bonnie's Line/There Will Never Be Another You/Don't Squawk/Background Music

1218 - Ted Straeter's New York - Ted Straeter [1955] From This Moment On/It's A Big Wide Wonderful World/You're The Top/You Came A Long Way From St. Louis/Money Isn't Everything/This Is It/All Of You/Something's Gotta Give/Autumn In New York/What's New/Love Me Tomorrow/All In Fun

1219/SD-1219 - Wilbur DeParis and His New Orleans Jazz - Wilbur DeParis [1955] Initially issued in mono only. The stereo version was released in 1958 or later. Madagascar/Are You From Dixie/Mardi Gras Rag/Hot Lips/March Of The Charcoal Grays/Yama Yama Man/Flow Gently Sweet Afton/Milenberg Joys

1220 - Tony Fruscella - Tony Fruscella [1955] Muy/Metropolitan Blues/I'll Be Seeing You/His Master's Voice/Old Hat/Raintree County/Salt/Let's Play The Blues/Blue Serenade

1221 - Wein, Women and Song - George Wein [1955] All Too Soon/I'm Gonna Sit Right Down/Once In Awhile/Please/You Ought Be In Pictures/Back In Your Own Backyard/You're Lucky To Me/Who Cares/Pennies From Heaven/I'm Through With Love/Did I Remember/Why Try To Change Me Now/I Married An Angel

1222 - The Magic Piano - Alec Templeton [1956] Dark Eyes/Vocalise/Ridin' Thru The Rye/Waltz Antique/Ida/Tiger Rag/China Boy/Big Ben Bounce/Bolero/Apres-Midi D'un Faune

1223 - Jack Montrose and Bob Gordon - Jack Montrose and Bob Gordon [1956] Little Duet/I'm Gonna Move To The Outskirts Of Town/Dot's Groovy/Have You Met Miss Jones/Weather/When You Wish Upon A Star/Paradox

1224 - Lennie Tristano - Lennie Tristano [1956] You Go To My Head/All The Things You Are/East 32nd/Requiem/These Foolish Things/Turkish Mambo/Line Up/If I Had You/Ghost Of A Chance

1225 - Tribute to Benny Goodman - Jess Stacy & Famous Goodman Sideman [3/56] King Porter Stomp/Where Or When/Buddha Smiles/Roll 'Em/Don't Be That Way/Sometimes I'm Happy/Sing Sing Sing/Down South Camp Meeting/Let's Dance/Gee Baby Ain't I Good To You/I Must Have That Man/Blues For Otis Ferguson/You Turned The Tables On Me/Goodbye

1226 - Nobody Else But Me - Betty Bennett [1956] Nobody Else But Me/Next Time I Care/This Is the Moment/Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas/Treat Me Rough/You're Driving Me Crazy/Island in the West Indies/Sidewalks of Cuba/My Man's Gone/Tomorrow Mountain/Mountain greenery/You Took Advantage of Me

1227 - The Greatest Garner - Erroll Garner [1956] Turquoise/Summertime/Impressions/The Way You Look Tonight/Pavanne/I May Be Wrong/Skylark/Flamingo/Reverie/Blue and Sentimental/I Can't Give You anything But Love

1228/SD-1228 - Chris Connor Songs - Chris Connor [1956] Initially issued in mono only. The stereo version was released in 1958 or later. I Get a Kick Out of You/Something to Live For/Get Out of Town/Where Are You/Anything Goes/When the Wind Was Green/He Was Too Good to Me/You Make Me Feel So Young/Ev'rytime Way Out There/My April Heart/Almost Like Being in Love

1229 - Teddy Charles Tentet - Teddy Charles [1956] Vibrations/Quiet Time/Emperor/Nature Boy/Green Blues/You Go to My Head/Lydian M-1

1230 - Bobby Short - Bobby Short [1956] At the Moving Picture Ball/I've Got Five Dollars/Sand In My Shoes/Down With Love/Most Beautiful Girl in the World/Bye Bye Blackbird/I've Got the World on a String/Carioca/Hottentot Potentate/Anyplace I Hang My Hat is Home/Bedelia/Fun to Be Fooled

1231/SD-1231 - Fontessa - Modern Jazz Quartet [1956] Initially issued in mono only. The stereo version was released in 1958 or later. Fontessa, Parts 1 & 2/Versailles/Angel Eyes/Over the Rainbow/Bluesology/Willow Weep For Me/Woodyn You

1232/SD-1232 - Martians Come Back - Shorty Rogers [1955] Initially issued in mono only. The stereo version was released in 1958 or later. Martians Come Back/Astral Alley/Lotus Bud/Dickie's Dream/Papouche/Serenade in Sweets/Planetarium/Chant of the Cosmos/Moten Swing/Baklava Bridge

1233/SD-1233 - Marchin' and Swingin' - Wilbur DeParis and New Orleans Jazz [1956] Initially issued in mono only. The stereo version was released in 1958 or later. Martinique/Tres Moutarde/Under the Double Eagle/Shreveport Stomp/When the Saints Go Marching In/Hindustan/Pearls/Prelude in C Sharp Minor/Battle Hymn of the Republic/Marchin' and Swinging

1234/SD-1234 - Boss of the Blues - Joe Turner [1956] Initially issued in mono only. The stereo version was released in 1958 or later. Cherry Red/Roll 'Em Pete/I Want a Little Girl/Low Down Dog/Wee Baby Blues//You're Driving Me Crazy/How Long Blues/Morning Glories/St. Louis Blues/Piney Brown Blues

1235/SD-1235 - Here Is Phineas - Phineas Newborn [1956] Initially issued in mono only. The stereo version was released in 1958 or later. Barbados/Celia/All the Things You Are/I'm Beginning to see the Light/More I See You/Daahoud/Newport Blues/Afternoon in Paris

1236 - Rodgers Revisited - Cy Walter [1956] Slaughter on 10th Avenue/Getting to Know You/Lover/This Can't Be Love/Susie is a Good Thing/Soliloquy/March of the Siamese Children/Wait Till You See Her/Sing for Your Supper/I Have Dreamed/Gentleman Is a Dope/Hello Young Lovers/Carousel Waltz

1237 - Pithecanthropus Erectus - Charles Mingus Jazz Workshop [1956] Pithecanthropus Erectus/Foggy Day/Love Chant/Profile of Jackie

1238 - Jimmy Giuffre Clarinet - Jimmy Giuffre [1956] So Low/Deep Purple/Side Pipers/My Funny Valentine/Quiet Cook/Sheepherder/Fascinatin' Rhythm/Down Home

1239 - Rock and Roll Forever - Various Artists [1956] (11-56, #20) Shake, Rattle and Roll - Joe Turner/Tweedlee Dee - La Vern Baker/One Mint Julep - Clovers/Money Honey - Clyde McPhatter and the Drifters/It Should've been Me - Ray Charles/5-10-15 Hours - Ruth Brown/T-Bone Shuffle - T-Bone Walker//Mama, He treats Your Daughter Mean - Ruth Brown/I've Got a Woman - Ray Charles/Good Lovin' - Clovers/Hide and Seek - Joe Turner/Bop-Ting-A-Ling - La Vern Baker/Honey Love - Clyde McPhatter and the Drifters/Flip, Flop and Fly - Joe Turner

1240 - Loves Me, Loves Me Not - Chris Connor [1956] High on a Windy Hill/Round About/Angel Eyes/You Stepped Out of a Dream/Why Can't I/Suddenly It's Spring/About the Blues/Oh! You Crazy Moon/But Not For Me/I Guess I'll Hang My Tears Out to Dry/I Wonder What Became of Me/Thursday's Child

1241 - The World of Alcina - Bill Russo Orchestra [1955] World of Alcina (Ballet in 5 Parts)/First Saturday in May/Under the Greenwood Tree/Speculum/Bill's Blues/L' Affaire Bugs/For My Sister

1242 - Ballads and Blues - Milt Jackson [1956] So In Love/Solitude/They Didn't Believe Me/These Foolish Things/Song is Ended/How High the Moon/Gerry's Blues/Hello Bright Blues

1243 - Sylvia Syms Sings - Sylvia Syms [1956] Down in the Depths/Mountain Greenery/Love walked In/Paradise/Imagination/Can't You Just See Yourself/There's Something About an Old Love/Comes Love/What is There to Say/I Want a Little Boy/Tea For Two/Lonely Woman

1244 - Midnight at Mabel Mercer's - Mabel Mercer [1956] Just Once Around the Clock/Poor Pierrot/Young and Foolish/It's a Lie, It's a Fake/Walk-Up/Is It Always Like This/Blame It on My Youth/Wait 'Til You See Her/He Was Too Good To Me/Wouldn't It Be Loverly/Lazy Afternoon/Mandy/Make Up Your Mind/Lonely Little Boy/Sonnet/Lucky to Be Me/Some Other Time

1245 - Wednesday's Child - Patty McGovern and Thomas Talbert [1956] Wednesday's Child/Alone Together/I Like Snow/Crazy He Calls Me/You Don't Know What Love Is/All In Fun/Hooray for Love/Lonely Town/Love Isn't Everything/Get Out of Town/Winter Song/By Myself

1246 - Baritone Sax - Lars Gullin [1956] Summertime/Fedja/Foggy Day/Perntz/All of Me/Mean to Me/So What

1247 - Modern Jazz Quartet at Music Inn - Modern Jazz Quartet With Jimmy Giuffre [1956] Oh Bess, Oh Where's My Bess/Fugue for Music Inn/Two Degrees East, Three Degrees West/Serenade/Fun Sun Dance/Man That Got Away/Morning in Paris/God Rest Ye Merry, Gentlemen

1248 - Rock and Roll - Clovers [1956] Love Love Love/Lovey Dovey/Yes It's You/Ting-A- Ling/I Played the Fool/Hey Miss Fanny/Don't You Know I Love You//Middle of the Night/Blue Velvet/Little Mama/Crawlin'/Here Goes a Fool/I Got My Eyes on You/Devil or Angel

1249 - Love Story - Dave Pell Octet [1956] Can't We Be Friends/I've Got a Crush on You/I've Got a Feeling I'm Falling/Love is the Sweetest Thing/If I Could Be With You One Hour Tonight/Let's Do It/You Can't Pull the Wool Over My Eyes/Bewitched, Bothered and Bewildered/Just One More chance/Who Walks In When I Walk Out/I've Found a New Baby/Solitude

1250/SD-1250 - Bix-Duke-Fats - Thomas Talbert [1956] Initially issued in mono only. The stereo version was released in 1958 or later. In the Mist/Black and Blue/Prelude to a Kiss/Bond Street/Green Night and Orange Bright/Clothes Line Ballet/Candlelights/In the Dark/Keepin' Out of Mischief Now/Do Nothin' Till You Hear From Me/Koko

1251 - After the Lights Go Down Low - Al Hibbler [1956] After the Lights Go Down Low/You Will Be Mine/Dedicated to You/Song of the Wanderer/Tell Me/I'm Travelin' Light/If I Knew Your Were There/Autumn Winds/This Is Always/Now I Lay Me Down to Dream/I Won't Tell a Soul/I Love You/Blues Came Falling Down

1252 - This Is My Beloved - Various Artists [1956] Narration by Alfred Ryder, Musical Score by Vernon Duke.

1253/SD-1253 - Wilbur DeParis At Symphony Hall - Wilbur DeParis [2/57] Initially issued in mono only. The stereo version was released in 1958 or later. Intro by Wilbur DeParis/Majorca/Juba Dance/Banjoker/Cielito Lindo/Toll Gate Blues/Wrought Iron Rag/Sister Kate/Piano Blues/Farewell Blues

1254 - Three - Jimmy Giuffre [1957] Gotta Dance/Crazy She Calls Me/Train and the River/Two Kinds of Blues/Song Is You/Voodoo/My All/That's the Way It Is/Crawdad Suite

1255 - Lush Life - Joe Mooney [1957] Polka Dots and Moonbeams/Nina Never Knew/Crazy She Calls Me/Lush Life/Love is Here to Stay/That's All/The Kid's a Dreamer/Nowhere/My One and Only You/Have You Met Miss Jones

1256 - That Satin Doll - Carol Stevens and Phil Moore [1957] In a Mellotone/Satin Doll/Romance in the Dark/Tender as a Rose/Saved It All For You/Everywhere/Mood For You/Lying in the Hay/I'm Playing With Fire/Keep on Doin' What You're Doin'/At Last/Lurelei

1257 - Dizzy At Home and Abroad - Dizzy Gillespie [1957] Love is Here to Stay/Ain't Misbehavin'/Cognac Blues/Blue and Sentimental/Blues Chante/When It's Sleepy Time Down South/Just Blues/Lullaby in Rhythm/Groovin' the Nursery Rhymes/Mrs. Diz/Cocktails For Two/This is Happiness

1258/SD-1258 - Inside Hi-Fi - Lee Konitz [1957] Initially issued in mono only. The stereo version was released in 1958 or later. Kary's Trace/Everything Happens to Me/Sweet and Lovely/Cork 'n' Bib/All of Me/Star Eyes/Nesuhi's Instant/Indiana

1259/SD-1259 - The Great Ray Charles - Ray Charles [1957] Initially issued in mono only. The stereo version was released in 1958 or later. The Ray (E)/My Melancholy Baby (S)/Ain't Misbehavin' (S)/There's No You (S)//Doodlin' (S)/Sweet Sixteen Bars (S)/I Surrender Dear (S)/Undecided

1260 - The Clown - Charles Mingus [1957] Clown Parts, 1 and 2/Haitian Fight Song/Blue Cee/Reincarnation of Lovebird

1261 - Dixieland At Jazz, Ltd. - Various Artists [1957] Washington and Lee Swing/Good Man is Hard to Find/Maryland My Maryland/Egyptian Fantasy/It's a Long Long Way to Tipperary/Jazz Me Blues/Wolverine Blues/Tin Roof Blues/Maple Leaf Rag/High Society/Careless Love/Charleston

1262/SD-1262 - Speaking of Love - Bobby Short [1957] Initially issued in mono only. The stereo version was released in 1958 or later.

1263 - The Warm Sound of Frances Wayne - Frances Wayne [1957] Early Autumn/'Round Midnight/Prelude to a Kiss/Blue and Sentimental/My One and Only Love/Fly Me to the Moon/Two For Blues/Speak Low/Oh What a Night For Love/You Go to My Head/Caravan/Soft Winds

1264/SD-1264 - Mood Jazz - Joe Castro [1957] Initially issued in mono only. The stereo version was released in 1958 or later. J.C. Blues/If You Could See Me Now/You Stepped Out of a Dream/Without You/Everything I Love/It's You or No One/Doodlin'/Angel Eyes/Caravan

1265 - Modern Jazz Quartet - Modern Jazz Quartet [1957] Night in Tunisia/Bags' Groove/Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea/La Ronde/Yesterdays/Baden-Baden/Medley: They Say It's Wonderful, How Deep is the Ocean, I Don't Stand a Ghost of a Chance with You/My Old Flame/Body and Soul

1266 - New Orleans Blues - Wilbur DeParis and Jimmy Witherspoon [1957] Lotus Blossom/Trouble In Mind/Big Fine Girl/How Long Blues/Good Rollin' Blues/Careless Love/Tain't Nobody's Business If I Do/When the Sun Goes Down/St. Louis Blues/See See Rider

1267 - Afternoon In Paris - John Lewis and Sacha Distel [1956] I Cover the Waterfront/All the Things Your Are/Dear Old Stockholm/Afternoon In Paris/Bags' Groove/Willow Weep For Me

1268 - West Coast Wailers - Conte Candoli and Lou Levy [1957] Lover Come Back To Me/Comes Love/Lover Man/Pete's Alibi/Cheremoya/Jordu/Flamingo/Marcia Lee

1269/SD-1269 - Plenty, Plenty Soul - Milt Jackson [1957] Initially issued in mono only. The stereo version was released in 1958 or later. Plenty, Plenty Soul/Boogity Boogity/Heartstrings/Sermonette/Spirit-Feel/Ignunt Oil/Blues at Twilight

1270 - Way Up There - Shorty Rogers [1957] Blues Way Up There/Moten Swing/Blues Way Down There/Solarization/Pixieland/Wail of Two Cities/Baklava Bridge/March of the Martians

1271 - Ladies of Jazz - Mary Lou Williams and Barbara Carroll [1958] My Funny Valentine- Barbara Carroll/You Took Advantage of Me- Barbara Carroll/'Tis Autumn- Barbara Carroll/Lady's in Love With You- Barbara Carroll/Love of My Life - Barbara Carroll/Autumn in New York- Barbara Carroll/Taking a Chance on Love- Barbara Carroll/You're the Cream in My Coffee - Mary Lou Williams/Surrey With the Fringe on Top - Mary Lou Williams/Pagliacci - Mary Lou Williams/Opus 2 - Mary Lou Williams/From This Moment on - Mary Lou Williams/In the Purple Grotto - Mary Lou Williams/S' Wonderful - Mary Lou Williams

1272 - John Lewis Piano - John Lewis [1957] Harlequin/Little Girl Blue/Bad and the Beautiful/It Never Entered My Mind/Warmland/Two Lyric Pieces/Pierrot/Columbine

1273 - The Real Lee Konitz - Lee Konitz [1957] Straight-away/Foolin' Myself/You Go to My Head/My Melancholy Baby/Pennies in Minor/Sweet and Lovely/Easy Livin'/Midway

1274 - Word From Bird - Teddy Charles [1957] Word From Bird/Laura/Show Time/When Your Lover Has Gone/Just One of Those Things/Blue Greens

1275/SD-1275 - Knight Music - George Wallington [1957] Initially issued in mono only. The stereo version was released in 1958 or later. Godchild/Serendipity/Billie's Tune/Up Jumped the Devil/Ghostly Lover/It's All Right With Me/End of a Love Affair/Will You Still Be Mine/In a Sentimental Mood/World Weary/One Night of Love

1276/SD-1276 - Jimmy Giuffre Plays "The Music Man" - Jimmy Giuffre [1/58] Initially issued in mono only. The stereo version was released in 1958 or later. Goodnight My Someone/Seventy-Six Trombones/Marian the Librarian/Gary, Indiana/Iowa Stubborn/My White Knight/Wells Fargo Wagon/It's You/Shipoopi/Lida Rose/Till There Was You

1277 - Billy Taylor Touch - Billy Taylor [1957] Good Groove/Thou Swell/What is There to Say/Wrap Your Troubles in Dreams/Somebody Loves Me/Very Thought of You/Willow Weep For Me/You Make Me Feel So Young/Earl May/Can You Tell By Looking at Me/I Get a Kick Out of You

1278/SD-1278 - Art Blakey with Thelonious Monk - Art Blakey With Thelonious Monk [1958] (2-LP set) Initially issued in mono only. The stereo version was released in 1958 or later. Evidence/In Walked Bud/Blue Monk/I Mean You/Rhythm-A-Ning/Purple Shades

1279/SD-1279 - Soul Brothers - Milt Jackson and Ray Charles [1957] Initially issued in mono only. The stereo version was released in 1958 or later. Blue Funk/Cosmic Ray/Soul Brothers/How Long Blues/Deed I Do

1280 - The Most Happy Fella - Jazz Modes [1957] Standing on the Corner/Joey, Joey, Joey/Warm All Over/Happy to Make Your Acquaintance/My Heart is So Full of You/Most Happy Fella/Don't Cry/Like a Woman/Somebody Somewhere

1281/SD-1281 - La Vern Baker Sings Bessie Smith - La Vern Baker [1958] Initially issued in mono only. The stereo version was released in 1958 or later. Gimme a Pigfoot/Baby Doll/On Revival Day/Money Blues/I Ain't Gonna Play No Second Fiddle/Back Water Blues//Empty Bed Blues/There'll Be a Hot time in the Old Town Tonight/Nobody Knows You When You're Down and Out/After You've Gone/Young Woman's Blues/Preaching the Blues

1282 - Trav'lin' Light - Jimmy Giuffre [1958] Trav'lin' Light/Swamp People/Green Country/Forty-Second Street/Pickin' 'Em Up and Layin' 'Em Down/Lonely Time/Show Me the Way to Go Home/California Here I Come

1283 - Pure Blues - Jimmy and Mama Yancey [1958] Mournful Blues/Yancey Special/How Long Blues/Yancey's Bugle Call/38th and Dearborn/Shave 'Em Dry/Salute to Pinetop//Make Me a Pallet on the Floor/Four O'clock Blues/Monkey Woman Blues/Sante Fe Blues/How Long Blues

1284/SD-1284 - One Never Knows - Modern Jazz Quartet [1958] Initially issued in mono only. The stereo version was released in 1958 or later. Golden Striker/Three Windows/One Never Knows/Rose Truc/Cortege/Venice

1285 - Sing Me a Swing Song - Bobby Short [1959] It's Bad For Me/How Can You Forget/From Now On/Some Fine Day/I'm Checkin' Out, Goodbye/I Got What It Takes/For No Rhyme or Reason/Ebony Rhapsody/Ace in the Hole/Lydia/Don't Let It Get You Down/Rocks in My Bed/Montevideo/Wake Up, Chillun, Wake Up

1286 - A Jazz Date With Chris Connor - Chris Connor [1956] Moon Ray/Poor Little Rich Girl/Just Squeeze Me/fancy Free/It's a Most Unusual Day/All I Need Is You/It Only Happens When I Dance With You/Lonely Town/Everything I've Got/Driftwood/I'm Shooting High/My Shining Hour

1287 - John Lewis Presents Jazz Piano International - Katz, Smith, and Urteger [1957] Jeff And Jamie/There Will Never Be Another You/Don't Explain/Foggy Day/Thirty-Six Days/Gone With The Wind/Chelsea Bridge/Fontaineblow/Monsieeur De /What's New/Jumpin' At The Woodside

1288 - Wilbur DeParis Plays Cole Porter - Wilbur DeParis [1958] Wunderbar/It's All Right With Me/I've Got You Under My Skin/Anything Goes/Begin the Beguine/Love For Sale/You Do Something to Me/I Get a Kick Out of You/Easy to Love/It's All Right With Me

At about this point, Atlantic began issuing LPs in both mono and stereo. The usual black label was still used for the mono issues, but a new, yellow-green version of the label was used for the stereo issues.

1289/SD-1289 - Ray Charles At Newport - Ray Charles [1958] The Right Time/In a Little Spanish Town/I Got a Woman/Blues Waltz//Hot Rod/Talkin' 'Bout You/Sherry/A Fool For You

1290 - Chris Craft - Chris Connor [1958] Moonlight in Vermont/Blow, Gabriel, Blow/Here Lies Love/Be a Clown/Good For Nothin' (But Love)/On the First Warm Day/Chinatown My Chinatown/One Love Affair/The Night We Called It a Day/Johnny One Note/Lover Man/Be My All

1291/SD-1291 - Warne Marsh - Warne Marsh [1958] Too Close For Comfort/Yardbird Suite/It's All Right With Me/My Melancholy Baby/Just Squeeze Me/Excerpt

1292 - Here Is Chris Barber - Chris Barber [1959] Hush-A-Bye/Everybody Loves My Baby/Doin' the Crazy Walk/You Don't Understand/Bill Bailey/Tishomingo Blues/Trombone Cholly/Magnolia's Wedding Day/Diga Diga Doo/Papa D-Da-Da/Willie the Weeper/Tuxedo Rag

1293/SD-1293 - George Byron Sings New and Rediscovered Jerome Kern Songs - George Byron [1959] Nice to Be Near You/Siren's Song/How'd You Like to Spoon With Me/Poor Pierrot/Two Hearts Together/Touch of Your Hand/Introduce Me/Long Ago and Far Away/Let's Begin/Folks Who Live on the Hill/You Couldn't Be Cuter/April Fooled Me

1294/SD-1294 - Bags and Flutes - Milt Jackson [1959] Bags' New Groove/Sandy/Midget God/I'm Afraid the Masquerade is Over/Ghana/Sweet and Lovely/Connie's Blues

1295/SD-1295 - The Four Brothers Sound - Jimmy Giuffre [1959] Four Brothers/Ode to Switzerland/Blues in the Barn/Space/I Gotta Right to Sing the Blues/Come Rain or Come Shine/Ol' Folks/Cabin in the Sky

1296 - Voodoo Drums In Hi-Fi - Various Artists [1959] Contradanse: Avant Simple with Flute/Ti-Roro Drum Solo 1/Ti-Joe Carabien/Meringue with Flute/Nan Point la Vie Encore Oh/Laissez Yo Di/Rara Riffs/Contradanse: Avant Simple with Accordion/Annonce Oh Zange Nan Dio/Contradanse: Avant Simple and Meringue with Flute/Misere Pa Douce!/Ti-Roro Drum Solo 2

1297/SD-1297 - Jazz Begins - Young Tuxedo Brass Band [1/59] Lead Me Savior/Eternal Peace/Free as a Bird/Nearer My God to Thee/Pleyel's Hymn/Just a Closer Walk With Thee/Bourbon Street Parade/Lord Lord Lord/Just a Little While to Stay Here/Panama/It Feels So Good/Joe Avery's Piece/John Casimir's Whoopin' Blues

1298 - Historic Jazz Concert At Music Inn - Various Artists [1959] Blues in E-Flat/In a Mellotone/Quiet Time/Body and Soul

1299/SD-1299 - Modern Jazz Quartet at the Music Inn Volume 2 - Modern Jazz Quartet With Sonny Rollins [1959] Stardust/I Can't Get Started/Lover Man/Yardbird Suite/Midsummer/Festival Sketch/Bag's Groove/Night in Tunisia

1300/SD-1300 - Wilbur DeParis Plays Something Old, New, Gay, Blue - Wilbur DeParis [1958] Panama Rag/Beale Street Blues/Madeira/Bouquets/Banjolie/Muskrat Ramble/High Society/Colonel Bogey's March

1301/SD-1301 - Once In a Blue Moon - Mabel Mercer [1958] In the Spring of the Year/Whenever Winds Blow/Twelve Days of Christmas/Isn't He Adorable/Once in a Blue Moon/Look at 'Im/Guess I'll Go Back Home/I'm Glad I'm Not Young Anymore/My Shining Hour/Isn't It a Pity/If You Leave Paris/Sunday in New York/If Love were all/Sail Away

1302/SD-1302 - The Mad Twenties - Bobby Short [1958] Nagasaki/That's My Weakness Now/That Society Bear/Don't Bring Lulu/Changes/Tiger Rag/Sweet So and So/Heebie Jeebies/At the Animal's Ball/I'm Bringing a Red, Red Rose/Laugh, Clown, Laugh/I'm Cert'ny Gonna See 'Bout That

1303/SD-1303 - Mainstream - Vic Dickenson and Joe Thomas [1959] Sweethearts on Parade/I Can't Believe That You're in Love With Me/Undecided/Crazy Rhythm/The Lamp is Low/Blues for Baby

1304/SD-1304 - Ray Charles Presents David "Fathead" Newman - David "Fathead" Newman [1958] Hard Times/Weird Beard/Willow Weep For Me/Bill For Bennie/Sweet eyes/Fathead/Mean to Me/Tin Tin Deo

1305/SD-1305 - Blues and Roots - Charlie Mingus [1960] Wednesday Night Prayer Meeting/Cryin' Blues/Moanin'/Tensions/My Jelly Roll Soul/E's Flat Ah's Flat Too

1306/SD-1306 - Les Jazz Modes - Jazz Modes [1960]Oblong/1-2-3-4-0 in Syncopation/Blue Flame/Mood in Motion/Knittin'/This and That/Glad That I Found You/Princess

1307/SD-1307 - Ballads of the Sad Cafe - Chris Connor [1959] These Foolish Things/Bargain Day/The End of a Love Affair/Glad to be Unhappy/Ballad of the Sad Caf‚/Good Morning Heartache/Something I Dreamed Last Night/Lilac Wine/One For My Baby

1308/SD-1308 - Late Date with Ruth Brown - Ruth Brown [1959] It Could Happen to You/Why Don't You Do Right/Bewitched/I'm Just a Lucky So and So/I Can Dream, Can't I/You and the Night and the Music//You'd Be So Nice to Come Home To/We'll Be Together Again/I'm Beginning to See the Light/I Loves You Porgy/No One Ever Tells You/Let's Face the Music and Dance

1309/SD-1309 - Chris Connor Sings the George Gershwin Almanac of Songs, Volume 1 - Chris Connor [1960] Reissue of one record of Atlantic 2-602.

1310/SD-1310 - Chris Connor Sings the George Gershwin Almanac of Songs, Volume 2 - Chris Connor [1960] Reissue of one record of Atlantic 2-602.

1311/SD-1311 - Giant Steps - John Coltrane [1960] Giant Steps/Cousin Mary/Countdown/Mr. P.C./Spiral/Syeeda's Song Flute/Naima

1312/SD-1312 - The Genius of Ray Charles - Ray Charles [1960] (2-60, #17) Let the Good Times Roll/It Had to Be You/Alexander's Ragtime Band/Two Years of Torture/When Your Lover Has Gone/Deed I Do//Just For a Thrill/You Won't Let Me Go/Tell Me You'll Wait For Me/Don't Let the Sun Catch You Cryin'/Am I Blue/Come Rain or Come Shine

1313/SD-1313 - Improvised Meditations and Excursions - John Lewis [1959] Now's the Time/Smoke Gets in Your Eyes/Delaunay's Dilemma/Love Me/Yesterdays/How Long Has This Been Going On/September Song

1314/SD-1314 - Piano and Pen - Dick Katz [1959] Yimonium/Auroro/Duologue No. 1/Glad to Be Unhappy/Round Trip/Afternoon in Paris/Ain't Misbehavin'/Scrapple From the Apple

1315 - Perpetual Emotion - Erroll Garner [1959?]

From this point until 1968 when monaural albums were discontinued, albums were issued in monaural with no prefix and stereo with the SD prefix.

SD-1316 - Bean Bags - Milt Jackson and Coleman Hawkins [1960] Close Your Eyes/Stuffy/Don't Take Your Love From Me/Get Happy/Sandra's Blues/Indian Blues

SD-1317 - Shape of Jazz To Come - Ornette Coleman [1959] Lonely Woman/Eventually/Peace/Focus on Sanity/Congeniality/Chronology

SD-1318 - That's a Plenty - Wilbur DeParis [11/59] That's a Plenty/Mack the Knife/Waiting for the Robert E. Lee/Malta/Hesitation Blues/Frankie and Johnny/In a Persian Market/Somebody Stole My Gal/Change O' Key Boogie

SD-1319 - Stringsville - Harry Lookofsky [1960] 'Round Midnight/Moose the Mooche/I Let a Song Go Out of My Heart/Little Willie Leaps/Move/Champagne Blues/Give Me the Simple Life/Dancing on the Grave

SD-1320 - Portrait of the Artist - Bob Brookmeyer [1960] Blues Suite/Introduction and 1st, 2nd, 3rd, and 4th Movements/It Don't Mean a Thing/Mellow Drama/Out of Nowhere/Darn that Dream

SD-1321 - Bobby Short on the East Side - Bobby Short [1960] Slumming on Park Avenue/Looking at You/You Fascinate Me So/Flying Down to Rio/Moanin' in the Mornin'/I Left My Hat in Haiti/I Like the Likes of You/Let There Be Love/It Never Entered My Mind/Truckin'/Pretty Girl/I'm Gonna Sit Right Down and Write Myself a Letter/Delia's Gone

SD-1322 - Merely Marvelous Mabel Mercer - Mabel Mercer [1960] Merely Marvelous/Let's Begin/All in Fun/Fifth of July/Don't Dream of Anybody But Me/Round House Nellie/Sell Me/Lovewise/Nobody Else But Me/You're Nearer/I Walk a Little Faster/You Fascinate Me So

SD-1323 - Legendary Buster Smith - Buster Smith [1960] Buster's Tune/E Flat Boogie/September Song/King Alcohol/Kansas City Riffs/Late Late/Organ Grinder's Swing

SD-1324 - Groove Funk Soul - Joe Castro [1960] Groove Funk Soul/Yesterdays/Day Dream/It Could Happen to You/Play Me the Blues/That's All

SD-1325 - Pyramid - Modern Jazz Quartet [1960] Vendome/Pyramid/It Don't Mean a Thing/Django/How High the Moon/Romaine

SD-1326 - Win with Irwin - Prof. Irwin Corey [1960]

SD-1327 - Change of the Century - Ornette Coleman [1960] Ramblin'/Free/Face of the Bass/Fore-Runner/Bird Food/Una Muy Bonita/Change of the Century

SD-1328 - Woody Herman's Big New Herd At Monterey Jazz Festival - Woody Herman [1960] Skylark/Four Brothers/Like Some Blues Man/Skoobeedoobee/Monterey Apple Tree/The Magpie

SD-1329 - One For Fun - Billy Taylor [1960] Summertime/One For Fun/That's For Sure/Little Southside Soul/Blue Moon/Makin' Whoopee/Poinciana/At Long Last Love/When Lights Are Low

SD-1330 - Western Suite - Jimmy Giuffre [1960] Western Suite: Pony Express, Apaches, Saturday Night Dance, Big Pow Wow/Topsy/Blue Monk

SD-1331 - Newport Jazz Festival All Stars - Various Artists [1960] Royal Garden Blues/Sunday/Dinah/Deed I Do/Pee Wee Russell's Unique Sound/You Took Advantage of Me/Rose Room

SD-1332 - Big Joe Rides Again - Joe Turner [8/60] Switchin' in the Kitchen/Nobody in Mind/Until the Real Thing Comes Along/I Get the Blues When It Rains/Rebecca//When I Was Young/Don't You Make Me High/Time After Time/Pennies From Heaven/Here Comes Your Iceman

New "white fan" label design starts about here.

SD-1333 - Jazz Makers - Ronnie Ross and Allan Ganley [1960] Country Squire/Moonbather/Real Funky Blues/It's a Big Wide Wonderful World/Blues For the Five of Us/I Won't Fret If I Don't Get the Blues Anymore/Pitiful Pearl/How Long Has This Been Going On

SD-1334 - The Golden Striker - John Lewis [1960] Fanfare Parts 1 and 2/Piazza Navona/Odds Against Tomorrow/Golden Striker/Piazza Di Spagna/La Cantatrice

SD-1335 - Eastern Exposure - Fred Katz [1960] Sand/Ameer/Alms/Beneath the Sun/Fez/Salaam/One White Whale/Turkish Blues/Muezzin/Tassel

SD-1336 - The Wild Jazz Age - Wilbur DeParis [1960] Runnin' Wild/That Thing Called Love/Blues Ingee/Shimme-Sha-Wabble/Baby Won't You Please Come Home/Twelfth Street Rag/When My Sugar Walks Down the Street/Railroad Man/Minorca/Tell 'Em About Me/Charleston/Creole Love Call

1337 - The Blues In Modern Jazz - Various Artists [1960] Monaural only. Just Blues - Dizzy Gillespie/Blue Monk - Art Blakey and Thelonious Monk/Requiem - Lennie Tristano/Haitian Fight Song - Charles Mingus/Blues at Twilight - Milt Jackson/Sweet Sixteen Bars - Ray Charles/Two Kinds of Blues Jimmy Giuffre/Bluesology - Modern Jazz Quartet

1338 - Jazz At Jazz, Ltd. - Various Artists [1961] Monaural only. Sensation/Savoy Blues/I've Found a New Baby/Just a Closer Walk With Thee/Farewell Blues/Panama/Bluein'/The Blues/Battle Hymn of the Republic/When the Saints Go Marching In

SD-1339 - Sister Salvation - Slide Hampton Octet [1960] Sister Salvation/Just Squeeze Me/Hi-Fi/Asseveration/Conversation Piece/A Little Night Music

SD-1340 - Philly Joe's Beat - Philly Joe Jones [1960] Salt Peanuts/Muse Rapture/Two Bass Hit/Dear Old Stockholm/Got to Take Another Chance/That's Earl Brother/Lori

SD-1341 - The Complete Musician - Bobby Scott [1961] You're the Top/How Are Things in Glocca Morra/Trolley Song/Roses in the Rain/Way Down Yonder in New Orleans/It Happens Every Spring/Prison Yard/Baby Won't You Please come Home/Lush Life/Ironsided Train/Without a Song/Every Day

SD-1342 - Ballad Artistry of Milt Jackson - Milt Jackson [1961] The Cylinder/Makin' Whoopee/Alone Together/Tenderly/Don't Worry 'Bout Me/Nuages/Deep in a Dream/I'm a Fool To Want You/Midnight Sun Will Never Set/Tomorrow

SD-1343 - The Common Ground - Herbie Mann [1960] Baghdad/Asia Minor/Walkin'/Sawa Sawa De/St. Thomas/High Life/Uhuru/Night in Tunisia/Common Ground

SD-1344 - Blue and Sentimental - Lurlean Hunter [1961] Blue Turning Gray Over You/If You Could See Me Now/My Kinda Love/Crazy He Calls Me/Just Imagine/Blue and Sentimental/Song is You/Then I'll Be Tired of You/Fool That I Am/We'll Be Together Again/As Long As I Live

SD-1345 - Third Stream Music - Modern Jazz Quartet and Quests [1960] Da Capo/Fine/Exposure/Sketch/Conversation

SD-1346 - Sounds of the South - Various Artists [1961] Southern folk heritage series, field recordings by Alan Lomax. Bands of the Arkansas/Wave the Ocean/Hen Duck/Farmer's First Wife/Boll Weevil Holler/Jesse James/Kenny Wagner/Trouble So Hard/Baptizing Scene/Is There Anybody Here That Love My Jesus/Windham/Keep Your Lamps Trimmed and Burning/Come on Boys, Let's Go to the Ball/Paddy on the Turnpike/Join the Band/Lucky Holler/I Be So Glad When the Sun Goes Down

SD-1347 - Blue Ridge Mountain Music - Various Artists [1960] Southern folk heritage series, field recordings by Alan Lomax. Cotton Eyed Joe - Mountain Ramblers/Big Tilda - Mountain Ramblers/Jennie Jenkins - Estil C. Ball/Jimmy Sutton - Spence Moore/John Henry - Mountain Ramblers/Rosewood Casket - Mountain Ramblers/Silly Bill - Mountain Ramblers//Big Ball in Boston - Mountain Ramblers/Chilly Winds - Wade Ward/Old Hickory Cane - Mountain Ramblers/John Brown - Hobart Smith/Poor Ellen Smith - Hobart Smith/Liza Jane - Mountain Ramblers/Shady Grove - Mountain Ramblers

SD-1348 - Roots of the Blues - Various Artists [1960] Southern folk heritage series, field recordings by Alan Lomax. Jim and John - Lonnie Young/The Wild Ox Moan - Vera Hall/Been Drinkin' Water Out of a Hollow Log - Fred McDowell/All Night Long - Miles Pratcher/Shake 'Em on Down - Fred McDowell/Levee Camp Reminiscence - Forest City Joe/Chevrolet - Lonnie Young//Oree - Lonnie Young/Levee Camp Holler - Johnny Lee Moore/Eighteen Hammers - Johnny Lee Moore/Train Time - Forest City Joe/Freight Train Blues - Fred McDowell/Drink on Little Girl - Forest City Joe

SD-1349 - White Spirituals - Various Artists [1960] Southern folk heritage series, field recordings by Alan Lomax. Tribulations - Estil C. Ball/When I Get Home - Estil C. Ball and Blair Reedy/The Poor Wayfaring Stranger - Estil C. Ball/Baptizing Down By the Creek - Mountain Ramblers/Sermon and Lining Hymn - Rev. I.D. Back/Antioch - Alabama Sacred Harp Singers/Calvary - Alabama Sacred Harp Singers//Please Let Me Stay a Little Longer - Estil C. Ball and Lacey Richardson/Father, Jesus Loves You - Estil C. Ball/Lonesome Valley - Estil C. Ball/Father Adieu - Estil C. Ball/The Old Country Church - Mountain Ramblers/Little Moses - Neil Morris/The Cabin on the Hill - Estil C. Ball

SD-1350 - American Folk Songs For Children - Various Artists [1960] Southern folk heritage series, field recordings by Alan Lomax. Johnson's Old Gray Mule/My Little Rooster/Whoa Mule/Frog Went A-Courtin'/Glen's Chimes/Chick-A-Li-Lee-Lo/Old Joe Clark/Go Tell Aunt Nancy/Train 111/Johnny Cuckoo/Mama Buy Me a Chiney Doll/Soldier Soldier/Mary Mack/Hambone/Banging Breakdown/Green Sally, Up/Sometimes/Arkansas Traveler/Paper of Pins/Little Dappled Cow/Go To Sleep Little Baby

SD-1351 - Negro Church Music - Various Artists [1960] Southern folk heritage series, field recordings by Alan Lomax. Death, Have Mercy/I Want Jesus to Walk With Me/Jesus is Real to Me/I Love the Lord/Sermon Fragment/I'm Goin' Home on the Mornin' Train/Power/On That Rock/Jesus on the Main Line/This Little Light of Mine/I'm Gonna Sail Like a Ship on the Ocean/Blow Gabriel/Motherless Children/What Do You Think About Jesus

SD-1352 - The Blues Roll On - Various Artists [1960] Southern folk heritage series, field recordings by Alan Lomax. Boogie Children - Boy Blue/She Lived Her Life Too Fast - Forest City Joe/Drop Down Mama - Fred McDowell/Sittin' on Top of the World - Lonnie Young/Cool Water Blues - John Dudley/She Don't Love Me That Way - Forest City Joe//Stop Breaking Down - Forest City Joe/Joe Lee's Rock - Boy Blue/Bullyin' Well - Rosalie Hill/When You Get Home, Write Me a Few Little Lines - Fred McDowell/Red Cross Store - Forest City Joe/Forest City Jump - Forest City Joe

HS-1 and SCHS-1 - Southern Folk Heritage - Various Artists [1960] The preceding seven albums were also packaged in a set as "Southern Folk Heritage".

SD-1353 - This Is Our Music - Ornette Coleman Quartet [1961] Blues Connotation/Beauty is a Rare Thing/Kaleidoscope/Embraceable You/Poise/Folk Tale/Humpty Dumpty

SD-1354 - Coltrane Jazz - John Coltrane [1961] Little Old Lady/Village blues/My Shining Hour/Fifth House/Harmonique/I'll Wait and Pray/Like Sonny/Some Other Blues

SD-1355 - A Taste of Honey - Bobby Scott [1961] Original Music for the Broadway Play. Act 1 Overture/Helen's Theme/Peter's Theme/Rain Music/Bridge Scene/Taste of Honey - First Act Theme/Refrain/Closing Theme/Peter's Vamp/Act 2 Overture/Carnival Theme and Geoffrey/Heat Music

SD-1356 - More Soul - Hank Crawford [1961] Boo's Tune/Angel Eyes/Four Five Six/The Story/Dat Dere/Misty/Sister Sadie

1357 - The New Tristano - Lennie Tristano [1962] Monaural only. Becoming/C Minor Complex/You Don't Know What Love Is/Deliberation/Scene and Variations/Love Lines/G Minor Complex

SD-1358 - Blues Shout - Leo Wright [1961] Gigi/Angel Eyes/Autumn Leaves/Indian Summer/Blues Shout/Night in Tunisia/The Wind/Two Moods

SD-1359 - Modern Jazz Quartet and Orchestra - Modern Jazz Quartet and Orchestra [1961] Around the Blues/Divertimento/England's Carol/Concertino For Jazz Quartet and Orchestra

SD-1360 - Soul Meeting - Ray Charles and Milt Jackson [1962] Hallelujah I Love Her So/Blue Genius/Soul Meeting/X-Ray Blues/Love on My Mind

SD-1361 - My Favorite Things - John Coltrane [1961] My Favorite Things/Everytime We Say Goodbye/Summertime/But Not For Me

SD-1362 - Somethin' Sanctified - Slide Hampton Octet [1961] On the Street Where You Live/The Thrill is Gone/Ow/Milestones/El Sino/Somethin' Sanctified

SD-1363 - Wilbur DeParis on the Riviera - Wilbur DeParis [1961] South Rampart Street Parade/Tres Moutarde/Fidgety Feet/Battle Hymn of the Republic/Clarinet Marmalade/St. Louis Blues/Sensation/Muskrat Ramble

SD-1364 - Free Jazz a Collective Improvisation - Ornette Coleman Double Quartet [1961] Free Jazz Parts 1 and 2

SD-1365 - Jazz Abstractions - Gunther Schuller and John Lewis [1961] Abstraction/Piece for Guitar and Strings/Variants on a Theme of John Lewis in 3 Parts (Django)/Variant of a Theme of Thelonious Monk in 4 Parts (Criss-Cross)

SD-1366 - Straight Ahead - David "Fathead" Newman [1961] Batista's Groove/Skylark/Night of Nisan/Cousin Slim/Summertime/Congo Chant

SD-1367 - This Is My Beloved - Laurence Harvey [1962]

SD-1368 - Bags and Trane - Milt Jackson and John Coltrane [1961] Bags and Trane/Three Little Words/Night We Called It a Day/Be-Bop/Late Late Blues

1369 - The Genius After Hours - Ray Charles [1961] (8-61, #49) Monaural only. The Genius After Hours/Ain't Misbehavin'/Ray/Dawn/Joy Ride/Hornful Soul/Man I Love/Charlesville/Music, Music, Music

SD-1370 - Original Sin - John Lewis [1961] Jazz Ballet Based on the Creation of the World and of Adam and Eve. Creation of the World and Creation Of Adam/Recognition of Animals - Intro, Zebra, Lion, Camel, Walrus, Ape, Lamb, Leopard, Rabbit, Skunk, Fox, Mountain Sheep, Deer/Birth of Eve/Adam and Eve Pas de Deux/Teaching and Temptation/Expulsion From the Garden of Eden

SD-1371 - The Family of Mann - Herbie Mann [1961] Why Don't You Do Right/Guinean/The Puppet/Shein Vi Di Levone/Moanin'/This Little Girl of Mine/Song of Delilah/Au Privave

SD-1372 - Soul Clinic - Hank Crawford [1961] Please Send Me Someone to Love/Easy Living/Playmates/What a Difference a Day Made/Me and My Baby/Lorelei's Lament/Blue Stone

SD-1373 - Ole' Coltrane - John Coltrane [1961] Ole/Dahomey Dance/Aisha

SD-1374 - The Catbird Seat - Mitchell-Ruff Trio [1962] Catbird Seat/Street of Dreams/So in Love/Con Alma/Gypsy in My Soul/I'll Remember April

SD-1375 - The Wonderful World of Jazz - John Lewis [1961] Body and Soul/I Should Care/Two Degrees East, Three Degrees West/Afternoon in Paris/I Remember Clifford

SD-1376 - Hear Ye! - Red Mitchell-Harold Land Quintet [1962] Triplin' Awhile/Rosie's Spirit/Hear Ye/Somara/Catacomb/Pari Passu

SD-1377 - Oh Yeah - Charlie Mingus [1962] Hog Callin' Blues/Devil Woman/Wham Bam Thank You Ma'am/Ecclesiastics/Oh Lord Don't Let Them Drop That Atomic Bomb on Me/Eat That Chicken/Passions of a Man

SD-1378 - Ornette! - Ornette Coleman Quartet [1962] W.R.U./T. and T./C. and D./R.P.D.D.

Label design changes slightly to "black fan" version about here.

SD-1379 - Jazz With a Twist - Slide Hampton and His Orchestra [1962] Jazz Twist/Mack the Knife/Gorgeous George/Strollin'/Barbarians/Work Song/Slide Slid/Day in Day Out/Red Top

SD-1380 - Herbie Mann At the Village Gate - Herbie Mann [1962] (7-62, #30) Comin' Home Baby/Summertime/It Ain't Necessarily So

SD-1381 - Lonely Woman - Modern Jazz Quartet [1962] Lonely Woman/Animal Dance/New Your 19/Belkis//Why Are You Blue/Fugato/Lamb, Leopard (If I Were Eve)/Trieste

SD-1382 - John Coltrane Plays the Blues - John Coltrane [1962] Blues to Elvin/Blues to Bechet/Blues to You/Mr. Day/Mr. Si Si/Mr. Knight

SD-1383 - No Strings - Various Artists [1962] Sweetest Sounds - Chris Connor/Look No Further - Chris Connor/Nobody Told Me - Chris Connor/No Strings - Chris Connor/Be My Host - Bobby Short/Man Who Has Everything - Bobby Short/Orthodox Fool - Bobby Short/Love Makes the World Go - Bobby Short/You Don't Tell Me - La Vern Baker/Eager Beaver - La Vern Baker/Loads of Love - La Vern Baker/La La La - Herbie Mann

SD-1384 - Right Now - Herbie Mann [1962] Right Now/Desafinado/Challil/Jumpin' With Symphony Sid/Borquinho/Cool Heat/Free For All/Carnival/Meditation

SD-1385 - European Concert Volume 1 - Modern Jazz Quartet [1962] Django/Bluesology/I Should Care/Ronde/I Remember Clifford/Festival Sketch/Odds Against Tomorrow/Vendome

SD-1386 - European Concert Volume 2 - Modern Jazz Quartet [1962] Pyramid (Blues For Junior)/It Don't Mean a Thing (If It Ain't Got That Swing)/Skating in Central Park/The Cylinder/'Round Midnight/Bags' Groove/I'll Remember April

SD-1387 - From the Heart - Hank Crawford [1962] Don't Cry Baby/Sweet Cakes/You've Changed/Baby Let Me Hold Your Hand/Sherri/Peeper/But on the Other Hand/Stoney Lonesome/What Will I Tell My Heart

SD-1388 - A Milanese Story - John Lewis [1962] In a Crowd/Valeria/Winter Tale/Monday In Milan/Finale/Danielle in the Lion's Den

SD-1389 - I Don't Worry About a Thing - Mose Allison [1962] I Don't Worry About a Thing/It Didn't Turn Out That Way/Your Mind is on Vacation/Let Me See/Everything I Have is Yours/Stand By/Idyll/The Well/Meet Me At No Special Place/Song is Ended

SD-1390 - The Comedy - Modern Jazz Quartet [1962] Spanish Steps/Columbine/Pulcinella/Pierrot/Cantatrice/Harlequin/Piazza/Navona

SD-1391 - Finesse + Feeling = Jazz - Stephane Grappelli [1962] Django/Nuages/Alabamy Bound/You Better Go Now/Daphine/Tien/Minor Swing/Makin' Whoopee/How About You/Soft Winds

SD-1392 - European Encounter - John Lewis & Svend Asmussen [1962] If I Were Eve/Winter Tale/Slater's Theme/Valeria/Lonely Woman/Django/New York 19

SD-1393 - Suddenly the Blues - Leo Wright [1962] A Felicidad/Greensleeves/Gensel's Message/Wiggler/Tali/Dionysos/Sassy Lady/Willow Weep For Me/Suddenly the Blues

SD-1394 - Ornette on Tenor - Ornette Coleman [1962] Cross Breeding/Mapa/Enfant/Eos/Ecars

SD-1395 - Sonny Stitt and the Top Brass - Sonny Stitt [1962] Souls Valley/Coquette/On a Misty Night/Stittsie/Poinciana/Boom-Boom/See See Rider/Four Ninety/Hey Pam

SD-1396 - Explosion! - Slide Hampton [1962] Revival/Maria/Delilah/Begin the Beguine/Your Cheatin' Heart/Spanish Flier/Bye Bye Love/Love Letters/Slide's Blues

*SD-1397 - Do the Bossa Nova With Herbie Mann - Herbie Mann [1963] (3-63, #86) Amor Em Paz (Love In Peace)/Blues Walk/Bossa Velha (Old Bossa)/Consolation/Deve Ser Amor (It Must Be Love)/Menina Feia (Ugly Girl)/One Note Samba (Samba De Uma Nota)/Voce E Eu (You And I)

SD-1398 - Swingin' Machine - Mose Allison [1963] Do It/This World/Promenade/If You're Goin' To the City/Saritha/I Ain't Got Nothing So Rare

SD-1399 - Fathead Comes On - David "Fathead" Newman [1963] Unchain My Heart/Cellar Groove/Alto Sauce/Hello There/Scufflin'/Esther's Melody/Lady Day

SD-1400 - Another Dimension - Charles Bell [1963] Theme/Bass Line/Django/Oleo/Satan Said/Portrait of Aunt Mary/My Favorite Things

SD-1401 - Jazz Is Universal - Kenny Clarke & Francy Boland [1963] Box 703/Washington, D.C./Styx/Gloria/Bravos/Charon's Ferry/Volutes/Last Train From Overbrook

SD-1402 - Animal Dance - John Lewis & Mangelsdortt/Zagreb Jazz Orchestra [1964] Animal Dance - John Lewis and Mangelsdorff /Autumn Leaves - John Lewis and Mangelsdorff /Set 'Em Up - John Lewis and Mangelsdorff /Monday in Milan - John Lewis and Mangelsdorff /Sheriff - John Lewis and Mangelsdorff /Why Are You Blue - John Lewis and Mangelsdorff/Ornaments - Zagreb Jazz Orchestra

SD-1403 - Theme From "Beyond the Fringe" - Dudley Moore [1963] I Love Paris/Beyond the Fringe - Theme/What's New/I Get a Kick Out Of You/Just In Time/Chicago/I Didn't Know/Just One Of Those Things

SD-1404 - Clarke-Boland Big Band - Clarke-Boland Big Band [1963] Long Note Blues (Here Is Cecco Beppe)/Get Out of Town/Sonor/Speedy Reeds/Old Stuff/Om Mani Padme Hum

SD-1405 - Soul of the Ballad - Hank Crawford [1963] Blueberry Hill/In San Francisco/Stormy Weather/Sweet Slumber/If I Didn't Care/Stardust/Any Time/Whispering Grass/Time Out For Tears/I'm Gettin' Sentimental/There Goes My Heart/Have a Good Time

SD-1406 - Jack Wilson Quartet - Jack Wilson Quartet [1963] Jackleg/Blues We Us/Harbor Freeway/De Critifeux/Nirvana and Dana

SD-1407 - Herbie Mann Returns to the Village Gate - Herbie Mann [1963] Bags' Groove/N.Y. Is a Jungle Festival/Candle Dance/Bedouin/Ekunda

SD-1408 - Jazz at Preservation Hall - Eureka Brass Band [1963] Just a Little While/Bye and Bye/Whoopin' Blues/Down In Honky Tonk Town/Take Your Burden To the Lord/Joe Avery's Blues/Panama

SD-1409 - Jazz at Preservation Hall, Volume 2 - Jim Robinson & Billie and De De Pierce [1963]

SD-1410 - Jazz at Preservation Hall, Volume 3 - Paul Barbarin & Punch Miller [1963]

SD-1411 - Jazz At Preservation Hall - George Lewis Band [1963] Salutation/Salty Dog/Winin' Boy Blues/Pork Chops/Down By the Riverside/Linger Awhile/In the Sweet By & By/Burgundy Street Blues/Indian Sagua/Careless Love/Listen To the Mockingbird/St. Louis Blues

SD-1412 - Interaction - Art Farmer with Jim Hall [1963] Days of Wine and Roses/By Myself/My Little Suede Shoes/Embraceable You/Loads of Love/Sometime Ago

SD-1413 - Live at Newport - Herbie Mann [1963] (12-63, #104) Soft Winds/Desafinado/Samba De Orfeu/Don't You Know/Garota De Ipanema

SD-1414 - The Sheriff - Modern Jazz Quartet [1964] In a Crowd/Bachianas Brasileiras/Mean To Me/Natural Affection/Donnie's Theme/Carnival

SD-1415 - Erroll Garner [Unissued]

SD-1416 - Tonight At Noon - Charles Mingus [1964] Invisible Lady/Old Blues For Walt's Torin/Peggy's Blue Skylight/Passions of a Woman Loved

SD-1417 - Vibrations - Milt Jackson [1964] Darbin and the Redd Fox/Algo Bueno/Mallets Towerd None/Blue Jubilee/Let Me Hear/Melancholy Blues/Sweet Georgia Brown

SD-1418 - Stitt Plays Bird - Sonny Stitt [1964] Ornithology/Scrapple From the Apple/My Little Suede Shoes/Parker's Mood/Au Privave/Ko-Ko/Confirmation/Hootie Blues/Constellation

SD-1419 - Sound - John Coltrane [1964] The Night Has 1000 Eyes/Central Park West/Liberia/Body and Soul/Equinox/Satellite

SD-1420 - A Quartet Is a Quartet - Various Artists [4/64] Reunion Blues - Modern Jazz Quartet /Winter Tale - Modern Jazz Quartet /Concorde - Modern Jazz Quartet /Yesterdays - Modern Jazz Quartet/ Webern: Funf Satze - Quartet Di Milano/Concert Medley - Hung and Gypsy Quartet

SD-1421 - Live at the Half-Note - Art Farmer [1964] Stompin' At the Savoy/Swing Spring/What's New/I Want to Be Happy/I'm Gettin' Sentimental

SD-1422 - Latin Fever - Herbie Mann [1964] Harlem Nocturne/Fever/Not Now/Golden Striker/Insenatez/You Came a Long Way/Batida Differente/Nana/Groovy Samba/Influenza de Jazz

*SD-1423 - True Blue - Hank Crawford [1964] (8-64, #143) Blues In Bloom/Got You On My Mind/Mellow Down/Merry Christmas Baby/Read 'Em And Weep/Save Your Love For Me/Shake-A- Plenty/Shooby/Skunky Green/Two Years Of Torture

SD-1424 - Word From Mose - Mose Allison [1964] Foolkiller/One Of These Days/Look Here/Days Like This/Your Red Wagon/Wild Man/Rollin' Stone/New Parchman/Don't Forget to Smile/I'm Not Talking/Lost Mind

SD-1425 - Essence - John Lewis [1965]

SD-1426 - Nirvana - Herbie Mann and Bill Evans [1964]

SD-1427 - Two Sides - Jack Wilson [1964]

SD-1428 - Together - Elvin Jones and Philly Joe Jones [1964]

SD-1429 - Collaboration - Modern Jazz Quartet/Almeida [1964]

SD-1430 - To Sweden With Love - Art Farmer [1965]

SD-1431 - Soul Groove - Johnny Griffin/Matthew Gee [1965]

SD-1432 - The Laws of Jazz - Hubert Laws [1965]

SD-1433 - My Kinda Groove - Herbie Mann [1965] Blues In the Closet/Morning After Carnival/Vikki/Mushi Mushi/Soul Guajira/Spanish Grits/Saudade De Bahia

SD-1434 - The Swinger from Rio - Sergio Mendes [1965] Maria Moita/Sambinha Bossa Nova/Batida Diferente/So Danco Samba/Pau Brazil/The Girl From Ipanema/Useless Panorama/The Dreamer/Primavera/Consolacao/Favela

SD-1435 - Max Roach Trio Featuring the Legendary Hasaan - Max Roach Trio [1965]

SD-1436 - Dig These Blues - Hank Crawford [1965]

SD-1437 - Herbie Mann Plays the Roar of the Greasepaint - Herbie Mann [1965]

SD-1438 - The Grass Roots - Grassella Oliphant Quartet [1965]

SD-1439 - Autobiography - Nat Adderley [1965]

SD-1440 - Modern Jazz Quartet Plays Porgy and Bess - Modern Jazz Quartet [1965]

SD-1441 - The New Thing and the Blue Thing - Ted Curson [1965]

SD-1442 - Sing Me Softly of Blues - Art Farmer [1965]

SD-1443 - And Then Again - Elvin Jones [1965]

SD-1444 - These Are My Roots - Clifford Jordan [1965]

SD-1445 - Standing Ovation At Newport - Herbie Mann [1965] (11-65, #143) Patato/Stolen Moments/Mushi Mushi/Comin' Home Baby

SD-1446 - Soulero - Eddie Higgins [1965]

SD-1447 - Fantastic Harp - Dorothy Ashby [1965]

SD-1448 - In Sound - Eddie Harris [1965]

SD-1449 - Jazz Dialogue - Modern Jazz Quartet [1966]

SD-1450 - Mose Alive! - Mose Allison [1966]

SD-1451 - Avant-Garde - John Coltrane and Don Cherry [1966]

SD-1452 - Flute By-Laws - Herbert Laws [1966]

SD-1453 - Mean Greens - Eddie Harris [1966]

SD-1454 - Today - Herbie Mann [1966]

SD-1455 - After Hours - Hank Crawford [1966]

SD-1456 - Wild Man on the Loose - Mose Allison [1966]

SD-1457 - Jazz For the Jet Set - Dave Pike [1966]

SD-1458 - After This Message - Mitchell-Ruff Trio [1966]

SD-1459 - Dream Weaver - Charles Lloyd [1966]

SD-1460 - Sayin' Somethin' - Nat Adderley [1966]

SD-1461 - Bully! - Quartette Tres Bien [1966]

SD-1462 - Monday Night At the Village Gate - Herbie Mann [1966]

SD-1463 - A Change Is Gonna Come Brother - Jack McDuff [1966]

Thanks to Peter Grendysa and Charles G. Hill.

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