The Info List - Pablo Records

Pablo Records was a jazz record company and label founded by Norman Granz in 1973, more than a decade after he had sold his labels (including Verve Records) to MGM Records.[1] Pablo initially featured recordings by acts that Granz managed: Ella Fitzgerald, Oscar Peterson, and Joe Pass. Later, the label issued recordings by Count Basie, Dizzy Gillespie, Sarah Vaughan, Milt Jackson, and Paulinho da Costa. The label also re-released 1950s recordings by Art Tatum, which Granz reacquired, and released unissued European live recordings of John Coltrane
John Coltrane
and his groups. In January 1987, it was announced that the label had been acquired by Fantasy Records
Fantasy Records
for an undisclosed amount. Eric Miller, who had worked with Norman Granz
Norman Granz
since the early 1970s, continued with Pablo as head of A&R,[1] until the early-2000s. Fantasy continued to release previously unissued recordings using the Pablo name.


1 Discography

1.1 2308 series 1.2 2310 series

2 See also 3 References 4 External links

Discography[edit] 2308 series[edit]

Catalog Artist Album

2308201 Bryant, Ray Montreux '77

2308202 Flanagan, Tommy Montreux '77

2308203 Eldridge, Roy Montreux '77

2308204 Carter, Benny Montreux '77

2308205 Jackson, Milt & Ray Brown Montreux '77 Jam

2308206 Fitzgerald, Ella & Tommy Flanagan Montreux '77

2308207 Basie, Count Montreux '77

2308208 Peterson, Oscar Montreux '77

2308209 Basie, Count Basie Jam: Montreux '77

2308210 (Various Artists) Pablo All Star Jam: Montreux '77

2308211 Gillespie, Dizzy Dizzy Gillespie
Dizzy Gillespie

2308212 Pass, Joe Montreux '77 – Live

2308213 Peterson, Oscar Oscar Peterson
Oscar Peterson
and the Bassists – Montreux '77

2308214 Davis, Eddie Montreux '77


2308216 Carter, Benny Live And Well In Japan

2308217 Coltrane, John The Paris Concert

2308218 Williams, Mary Lou Solo Recital: Montreux '78

2308219 Young, Lester In Washington, DC 1956 1

2308220 Grappelli, Stephane Tivoli Gardens

2308221 Pass, Joe & Niels Henning Orsted Pedersen Northsea Nights

2308222 Coltrane, John The European Tour

2308223 Fitzgerald, Ella, Basie, Count, Peterson, Oscar Digital III at Montreux

2308224 Peterson, Oscar Digital at Montreux

2308225 Young, Lester In Washington, DC 1956 2

2308226 Gillespie, Dizzy Digital at Montreux, 1980

2308227 Coltrane, John Bye Bye Blackbird

2308228 Young, Lester In Washington, DC 1956 3

2308229 Gillespie, Dizzy & Mongo Santamaria Summertime, Digital 1980

2308230 Young, Lester In Washington, DC 1956 4

2308231 Peterson, Oscar Nigerian Marketplace

2308232 Peterson, Oscar & Stephane Grappelli Skol - In Scandinavia

2308233 Thielmans, Toots et al. Live In The Netherlands

2308234 Fitzgerald, Ella Ella à Nice

2308235 Jackson, Milt Memories Of Thelonious Sphere Monk


2308237 Edison, Harry 'S Wonderful - Live At Club 33 Japan

2308238 Adderley, Cannonball What Is This Thing Called Soul?

2308239 Pass, Joe Live at Long Beach City College

2308240 Jazz at The Philharmonic Hartford, 1953

2308241 Peterson, Oscar The Good Life

2308242 Fitzgerald, Ella & Duke Ellington The Stockholm Concert, 1966

2308243 Modern Jazz Quartet Reunion at Budokan 1981

2308244 Modern Jazz Quartet Together Again: Live at the Montreux Jazz Festival '82

2308245 Ellington, Duke Harlem

2308246 Basie, Count Live in Japan '78

2308247 Ellington, Duke In the Uncommon Market


2308249 Pass, Joe University of Akron Concert

2310 series[edit]

2310708, Joe Pass, "Virtuoso," 1974 2310707, Coleman Hawkins, Sirius, (Recorded 1966) 1975 2310712, The Count Basie
Count Basie
Trio, "For the First Time," 1974 2310713, Jazz at the Philharmonic, Stockholm '55 - The Big Battle, 1975 2310740, Oscar Peterson
Oscar Peterson
and Dizzy Gillespie, Oscar Peterson
Oscar Peterson
and Dizzy Gillespie, 1974 2310745, Count Basie
Count Basie
and Zoot Sims, "Basie & Zoot," 1975 2310771, Dizzy Gillespie
Dizzy Gillespie
and Machito, Afro-Cuban Jazz Moods, 1975 2310778, Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis with the Tommy Flanagan
Tommy Flanagan
Trio, Straight Ahead, 1976 2310821, Sarah Vaughn
Sarah Vaughn
between Oscar Peterson, Joe Pass, Louie Bellson, Ray Brown, "How long has this been going on?", 1978 2310837, Quadrant Featuring Joe Pass, Milt Jackson, Ray Brown, Mickey Roker, 1977 2310876, Freddie Hubbard and Oscar Peterson, "Face to Face," 1982 2310919, Count Basie
Count Basie
Kansas City Septem, "Mostly Blues...and some others" 1986 2310924, Count Basie
Count Basie
Get Together, 1986

See also[edit]

List of record labels Category: Pablo Records albums


^ a b Feather, Leonard. " Norman Granz
Norman Granz
Sells Pablo to Fantasy Records of Berkeley". Los Angeles Times. Retrieved 2015-08-28. 

External links[edit]

Official website

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