32 Records

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32 Records

32 Records was a record label established in 1995 by record producer Joel Dorn and attorney Robert Miller. Its 32 Jazz imprint released a successful series of compilation albums. The label was named for Dorn's favorite sports number. 32 Records also released new material by artists such as The Jazz Passengers and established 32 R&B, 32 Blues, 32 Groove, and 32 Pop subsidiaries.

32 Records acquired the holdings of the Muse and Landmark labels, and established the 32 Jazz subsidiary in 1997 with the aim of re-issuing numerous jazz recordings. During the late 1990s, 32 Jazz released a successful series of inexpensive “Jazz for…” compilations. The first of these, Jazz for a Rainy Afternoon, was released in 1997 in conjunction with Elle. In 1999, 32 Jazz had become the top jazz label in the Billboard charts, before Verve Music Group merged its Verve and GRP holdings into a single output.

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Horace Silver: Re-Entry
Horace Silver

Horace Silver: Re-Entry

December 19, 2003
32 Gems from 32 Jazz
Various Artists

32 Gems from 32 Jazz

January 21, 2003
Jazz That Swings
Various Artists

Jazz That Swings

January 21, 2003
Jazz for...
Various Artists

Jazz for...

January 21, 2003
Something In Common
Sam Jones

Something In Common

March 01, 2001
Forest Flowers
Richard Davis

Forest Flowers

March 01, 2001
Bedtime Stories
Billy Childs Trio

Bedtime Stories

January 01, 2001
Bedtime Stories: A Tribute To Herbie Hancock
Billy Childs

Bedtime Stories: A Tribute To Herbie Hancock

January 01, 2001
Sam Jones: Something In Common
Sam Jones

Sam Jones: Something In Common

January 01, 2001
Something In Common
Sam Jones

Something In Common

January 01, 2001

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