Artist Name Song Name
American Music Records
Authentic New Orleans Jazz
Audiophile Records
Classic American Popular Songs
Black Swan Records
Re-issue: Paramount Blues and Jazz
Circle Records
Big Bands
G.H.B. Records
New Orleans Style Jazz
Jazzology Records
Traditional Chicago Style Jazz
Solo Art Records
Piano Jazz
Southland Records
Authentic Blues
Progressive Records
Modern Music

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Within this site you will find easy access to each of the record labels within the Jazzology family. We hope you find something you have been looking for or discover a new artist from the past.

Whether you are interested in the best of Traditional Chicago Style Jazz or just the best of the Blues, you will find it here. No other site has the album collection of well known greats and lesser known gems than Jazzology.

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Jazzology News
Lionel Ferbos, the longest-tenured jazz trumpeter in New Orleans, dies at 103
Trumpeter Lionel Ferbos, who enjoyed a late-in-life celebrity as the oldest active jazz musician in New Orleans, died early Saturday, July 19. He celebrated his 103rd birthday two nights earlier, on July 17, at a party at the Palm Court Jazz Café, a favorite venue of his.
GEORGE BUCK, Jazzology Founder, Passes Away At 84 *updated 12.16.13
Bob Greene, Pianist and Jelly Roll Morton Devotee, Dies at 91
Wooden Joe Nicholas - Rare & Unissued Masters 1945-1949 [AMCD-136] CD Review by Marc Medwin
I Like (Ukulele) Ike - by Jon Pult
Clifton A. Edwards was born on June 14, 1895 in Hannibal, Missouri. He made hundreds of recordings over the course of his career...
Daryl Sherman - Mississippi Belle [ACD-342] CD Review by Christopher Loudon
Mat Domber, Arbors Records Founder, Dies
Label was launched in 1989 to preserve the sound of classic jazz
Armand Hug Plays A.J. Peron [BCD-479] CD Review by Scott Yanow
Wild Bill Davison - Talk Of The Town [JCD-391] CD Review by Scott Yanow