A different path or a new steam is always the solution when the bigs of the musical industry repulse you. That was what Gene Russell and Dick Schory did when they founded Black Jazz Records. They wanted just to promote Young Black jazz musicians. Although the record didn’t survive, the legacy is still outstanding. Take a breath and enjoy the journey.



Black Jazz

Roland Haynes – Kirstn’s Place

Hendry Franklin – Plastic Creek Stomp

Awakening – Prologue Spring Thing

Radolph Johnson – Diswa

Gene Russell – Get Down

Walter Bishop Jr – Coral Keys

Calvin Keys – Shawn Neeq

Doug Carn – Search For A New Land

Gene Russel – My Favorite Things

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