Atlantic Records discography

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This is an Atlantic Records discography, albums released on the Atlantic Records label from its founding up until 1982, ordered by catalog number. Two of the major series of LP recordings were the "1200" and "8000" series, started by Nesuhi Ertegun. The "1200" series was reserved for jazz albums. The "8000" and subsequent series, started shortly after the 1200 in 1956, featured Atlantic's R&B and pop albums; when the "1200" series was discontinued in the 1970s, the jazz albums were mixed with the R&B and pop albums in their respective series. This list includes albums using Atlantic's numbering system that were released under their numerous subsidiary labels. There is a section containing albums related to the label as well.

Discography[edit]

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 a 1953 album that 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".

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, as well as on the earliest issues of LPs in the 8000 series, 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.

Atlantic used a transitional, or experimental label, for selective 1959 pressings. The label is white with black printing. For the mono labels, there is an red, purple and black fan around the center hole of the record. "ATLANTIC" is at the top of the label in an orange and purple band that extends around the perimeter of the label. On stereo releases, the band around the outside of the label is green and blue as is the fan colors in the center of the record. This label may not have been used on any new releases but only records that previously had the black label, or it may have been an experimental label and used at the same time the black labels were being released.

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 and from 8042 to 8059.

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 and from 8060 to approximately 8125.

At approximately SD-1464, Atlantic switched label designs. The new Atlantic label was similar to the black fan label, except the large "A", small "ATLANTIC" to the left of the fan and the black fan itself have been replaced by the new Atlantic logo, which has a box containing the large "A" to the left of the black fan, and "ATLANTIC" in small letters running horizontally at the bottom of the logo box. We have termed this the "logo box" 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 1464 to about 1499 and from 8126 to about 8197.

Another Atlantic label variation was used on a few titles during 1968 and early 1969, where the Atco label blank was used instead of the Atlantic label blank. These may have been RCA Record Club pressings. The label was purple at the top and gold on the bottom, with black printing. A white band ran through the record slightly above the center, as on the Atco label and unlike the Atlantic design of the time where the white band was centered. The black printing graphics were the same as the "black fan label," except the word "STEREO" appeared under the left side of the white band running across the middle of the label (like the Atco stereo label and unlike the black fan label's positioning of "STEREO" in white letters at the top of the label). This label is rare and only appeared on a few titles from around 8130 to 8200. Both Time Peace by The Rascals [SD 8190] and the first Led Zeppelin album [SD 8216] are known to have been pressed with this labeling error. The Led Zeppelin album error commands premium prices, since not only is the label in error, but side 1 of the album is a different mix from the regular pressing.

At about SD-1500 or SD-8199, depending on series, a new label was introduced that was green on the top and red/orange on the bottom, with a white band through the center of the record. Above the center hole was the Atlantic logo in a yellow box, containing the large "A" with a black fan next to it in a pink box, on top of the word "ATLANTIC." At the bottom of the label is the 1841 Broadway address. This label was used from permanently with minor alterations to the text at the bottom of the label (the address at the bottom changed to 75 Rockefeller Plaza around 1973, followed by the inclusion of the Warner Communications byline in 1975). This label was used on both stereo and the occasional monaural releases after 1968.

1201–1299[edit]

  • 1201: John Dall/Vernon Duke – This Is My Beloved, Pt. 1&2. This number was used for the first 78 RPM disc in the 3 record set, 312 S.
  • 1202: John Dall/Vernon Duke – This Is My Beloved, Pt. 3&4. This number was used for the second 78 RPM disc in the 3 record set, 312 S.
  • 1203: John Dall/Vernon Duke – This Is My Beloved, Pt. 5&6. This number was used for the third 78 RPM disc in the 3 record set, 312 S.
  • 1204: Eva LaGallienne and Richard Waring with King Webster – Romeo And Juliet Scenes, Disc 1
  • 1205: Eva LaGallienne and Richard Waring with King Webster – Romeo And Juliet Scenes, Disc 2
  • 1206: Sidney Bechet and Muggsy Spanier – Duets
  • 1207: Mary Powers Concert
  • 1208: Wilbur DeParis And His Rampart Street Ramblers. This was the first and last record Atlantic issued in "binaural," an early stereo process.
  • 1209: Jack Teagarden/Rex Stewart – Big Jazz
  • 1210: Charles Sherrill Plays Music From "Show Boat" And "Roberta"
  • 1211: Charles Sherrill Plays Music From "Pal Joey" And "A Connecticut Yankee"
  • 1212: Shorty Rogers – The Swinging Mr. Rogers
  • 1213: Mabel Mercer Sings Cole Porter
  • 1214: Songs By Bobby Short
  • 1215: Paul Barbarin And His New Orleans Jazz
  • 1216: Dave Pell – Jazz And Romantic Places
  • 1217: Lee Konitz With Warne Marsh
  • 1218: Ted Straeter's New York
  • 1219: Wilbur DeParis
  • 1220: Tony Fruscella
  • 1221: George Wein – Wein, Women And Song
  • 1222: Alec Templeton – The Magic Piano
  • 1223: Jack Montrose With Bob Gordon
  • 1224: Lennie Tristano
  • 1225: Jess Stacy And The Famous Sidemen – Tribute To Benny Goodman
  • 1226: Betty Bennett – Nobody Else But Me
  • 1227: Erroll Garner – The Greatest Garner
  • 1228: Chris Connor
  • 1229: The Teddy Charles Tentet
  • 1230: Bobby Short
  • 1231: The Modern Jazz Quartet – Fontessa
  • 1232: Shorty Rogers – Martians, Come Back!
  • 1233: Wilbur DeParis – Marchin' And Shoutin'
  • 1234: Joe Turner – The Boss Of The Blues
  • 1235: Phineas Newborn Jr. – Here Is Phineas
  • 1236: Cy Walter Plays Richard Rodgers Compositions – Rodgers Revisited
  • 1237: Charles Mingus – Pithecanthropus Erectus
  • 1238: The Jimmy Giuffre Clarinet
  • 1239: V.A. – Rock And Roll Forever
  • 1240: Chris Connor – He Loves Me, He Loves Me Not
  • 1241: Bill Russo – The World Of Alcina
  • 1242: Milt Jackson – Ballads And Blues
  • 1243: Sylvia Syms Sings
  • 1244: Midnight At Mabel Mercer's
  • 1245: Patty McGovern/Thomas Talbert – Wednesday's Child
  • 1246: Lars Gullin – Baritone Sax
  • 1247: The Modern Jazz Quartet/Jimmy Giuffre – The Modern Jazz Quartet at Music Inn
  • 1248: The Clovers
  • 1249: Dave Pell – Love Story
  • 1250: Thomas Talbert – Bix, Duke, Fats
  • 1251: Al Hibbler – After The Lights Go Down Low
  • 1252: Alfred Ryder/Vernon Duke – This Is My Beloved
  • 1253: Wilbur DeParis At Symphony Hall
  • 1254: Jimmy Giuffre 3
  • 1255: Joe Mooney – Lush Life
  • 1256: Carol Stevens And Phil Moore's Music
  • 1257: Dizzy Gillespie – Dizzy At Home And Abroad
  • 1258: Lee Konitz – Inside Hi-Fi
  • 1259: The Great Ray Charles
  • 1260: Charles Mingus – The Clown
  • 1261: Dixieland At Jazz Ltd.
  • 1262: Bobby Short – Speaking Of Love
  • 1263: The Warm Sound Of Frances Wayne
  • 1264: Joe Castro – Mood Jazz
  • 1265: The Modern Jazz Quartet – The Modern Jazz Quartet
  • 1266: Jimmy Witherspoon And Wilbur DeParis "New" New Orleans Band – Callin' The Blues
  • 1267: John Lewis/Sacha Distel – Afternoon In Paris
  • 1268: Conte Candoli/Lou Levy – West Coast Wailers
  • 1269: Milt Jackson – Plenty, Plenty Soul
  • 1270: Shorty Rogers – Way Up There
  • 1271: Mary Lou Williams/Barbara Carroll – Ladies Of Jazz
  • 1272: The John Lewis Piano
  • 1273: The Real Lee Konitz
  • 1274: Teddy Charles – The Word From Bird
  • 1275: George Wallington – Knight Music
  • 1276: Jimmy Giuffre and His Music Men Play "The Music Man"
  • 1277: The Billy Taylor Touch
  • 1278: Art Blakey's Jazz Messengers with Thelonious Monk
  • 1279: Milt Jackson/Ray Charles – Soul Brothers
  • 1280: Jazz Modes – The Most Happy Fella
  • 1281: LaVern Baker Sings Bessie Smith
  • 1282: Jimmy Giuffre – Trav'lin' Light
  • 1283: Jimmy And Mama Yancey – Pure Blues
  • 1284: The Modern Jazz Quartet Plays No Sun in Venice
  • 1285: Bobby Short – Sing Me A Swing Song
  • 1286: A Jazz Date With Chris Connor
  • 1287: John Lewis Presents Jazz Piano International
  • 1288: Wilbur DeParis Plays Cole Porter
  • 1289: Ray Charles at Newport
  • 1290: Chris Connor – Chris Craft
  • 1291: Warne Marsh
  • 1292: Here Is Chris Barber
  • 1293: George Byron Sings New And Rediscovered Jerome Kern Songs
  • 1294: Milt Jackson – Bags & Flutes
  • 1295: Jimmy Giuffre – The Four Brothers Sound
  • 1296: V.A. – Voodoo Drums In Hi-Fi
  • 1297: Young Tuxedo Brass Band – Jazz Begins
  • 1298: V.A. – Historic Jazz Concert At Music Inn
  • 1299: The Modern Jazz Quartet – The Modern Jazz Quartet at Music Inn Volume 2

1300–1399[edit]

  • 1300: Wilbur DeParis Plays Something Old, New, Gay, Blue
  • 1301: Mabel Mercer – Once In A Blue Moon
  • 1302: Bobby Short – The Mad Twenties
  • 1303: Vic Dickenson/Joe Thomas – Mainstream
  • 1304: Ray Charles Presents David Newman – Fathead
  • 1305: Charles Mingus – Blues & Roots
  • 1306: The Jazz Modes
  • 1307: Chris Connor – Ballads Of The Sad Cafe
  • 1308: Late Date With Ruth Brown
  • 1309: Chris Connor Sings The George Gershwin Almanac Of Song, Vol. 1 (not released?)
  • 1310: Chris Connor Sings The George Gershwin Almanac Of Song, Vol. 2 (not released?)
  • 1311: John Coltrane – Giant Steps
  • 1312: The Genius of Ray Charles
  • 1313: John Lewis – Improvised Meditations and Excursions
  • 1314: Dick Katz – Piano And Pen
  • 1315: Erroll Garner – Perpetual Emotion (not released?)
  • 1316: Milt Jackson/Coleman Hawkins – Bean Bags
  • 1317: Ornette Coleman – The Shape of Jazz to Come
  • 1318: Wilbur DeParis – That's A Plenty
  • 1319: Harry Lookofsky – Stringsville
  • 1320: Bob Brookmeyer – Portrait Of The Artist
  • 1321: Bobby Short – On The East Side
  • 1322: Merely Marvelous Mabel Mercer
  • 1323: The Legendary Buster Smith
  • 1324: Joe Castro – Groove Funk Soul
  • 1325: The Modern Jazz Quartet – Pyramid
  • 1326: Prof. Irwin Corey – Win With Irwin
  • 1327: Ornette Coleman – Change of the Century
  • 1328: Woody Herman's Big New Herd At The Monterey Jazz Festival
  • 1329: Billy Taylor – One For Fun
  • 1330: Jimmy Giuffre – Western Suite
  • 1331: Newport Jazz Festival All Stars
  • 1332: Joe Turner – Big Joe Rides Again
  • 1333: Ronnie Ross/Allan Ganley – The Jazz Makers
  • 1334: John Lewis – The Golden Striker
  • 1335: Fred Kaz – Eastern Exposure
  • 1336: Wilbur DeParis Plays The Music Of The 20's – The Wild Jazz Age
  • 1337: V.A. – The Blues In Modern Jazz
  • 1338: Jazz At Jazz Ltd.
  • 1339: Slide Hampton – Sister Salvation
  • 1340: Philly Joe Jones – Philly Joe's Beat
  • 1341: Bobby Scott – The Compleat Musician
  • 1342: The Ballad Artistry of Milt Jackson
  • 1343: Herbie Mann – The Common Ground
  • 1344: Lurlean Hunter – Blue And Sentimental
  • 1345: The Modern Jazz Quartet – Third Stream Music
  • 1346: V.A. – Southern Folk Heritage Series: Sounds Of The South
  • 1347: V.A. – Southern Folk Heritage Series: Blue Ridge Mountain Music
  • 1348: V.A. – Southern Folk Heritage Series: Roots Of The Blues
  • 1349: V.A. – Southern Folk Heritage Series: White Spirituals
  • 1350: V.A. – Southern Folk Heritage Series: American Folk Songs For Children
  • 1351: V.A. – Southern Folk Heritage Series: Negro Church Music
  • 1352: V.A. – Southern Folk Heritage Series: The Blues Roll On
  • 1353: Ornette Coleman – This Is Our Music
  • 1354: John Coltrane – Coltrane Jazz
  • 1355: Bobby Scott – A Taste Of Honey
  • 1356: Hank Crawford – More Soul
  • 1357: Lennie Tristano – The New Tristano
  • 1358: Leo Wright – Blues Shout
  • 1359: The Modern Jazz Quartet & Orchestra
  • 1360: Ray Charles/Milt Jackson – Soul Meeting
  • 1361: John Coltrane – My Favorite Things
  • 1362: Slide Hampton – Somethin' Sanctified
  • 1363: Wilbur DeParis On The Riviera
  • 1364: Ornette Coleman – Free Jazz: A Collective Improvisation
  • 1365: John Lewis/Gunther Schuller/Jim Hall – Jazz Abstractions
  • 1366: David Newman – Straight Ahead
  • 1367: Lawrence Harvey – This Is My Beloved
  • 1368: Milt Jackson/John Coltrane – Bags & Trane
  • 1369: Ray Charles – The Genius After Hours
  • 1370: Music For Ballet Composed By John Lewis – Original Sin
  • 1371: Herbie Mann – The Family Of Mann
  • 1372: Hank Crawford – The Soul Clinic
  • 1373: John Coltrane – Olé Coltrane
  • 1374: The Mitchell-Ruff Trio – The Catbird Seat
  • 1375: John Lewis' All Stars – The Wonderful World Of Jazz
  • 1376: Red Mitchell/Harold Land – Hear Ye! Hear Ye!
  • 1377: Charles Mingus – Oh Yeah
  • 1378: Ornette Coleman – Ornette!
  • 1379: Slide Hampton – Jazz With A Twist
  • 1380: Herbie Mann – At the Village Gate
  • 1381: The Modern Jazz Quartet – Lonely Woman
  • 1382: John Coltrane – Coltrane Plays the Blues'
  • 1383: LaVern Baker/Chris Connor/Herbie Mann/Bobby Short – Richard Rodgers' No Strings: An After-Theatre Version
  • 1384: Herbie Mann – Right Now
  • 1385: The Modern Jazz Quartet – European Concert, Vol. 1
  • 1386: The Modern Jazz Quartet – European Concert, Vol. 2
  • 1387: Hank Crawford – From The Heart
  • 1388: John Lewis And His Orchestra With Quartetto Di Milano – A Milanese Story
  • 1389: Mose Allison – I Don't Worry About A Thing
  • 1390: The Modern Jazz Quartet – 'The Comedy
  • 1391: Stephane Grappelli – Feeling + Finesse = Jazz
  • 1392: John Lewis/Svend Asmussen – European Encounter
  • 1393: Leo Wright – Suddenly The Blues
  • 1394: Ornette Coleman – Ornette on Tenor
  • 1395: Sonny Stitt – Sonny Stitt & the Top Brass
  • 1396: Slide Hampton – Explosion!
  • 1397: Do The Bossa Nova With Herbie Mann
  • 1398: Mose Allison – Swingin' Machine
  • 1399: David Newman – Fathead Comes On

1400–1499[edit]

  • 1400: Charles Bell – Another Dimension
  • 1401: Kenny Clarke/Francy Boland – Jazz Is Universal
  • 1402: John Lewis/Albert Mangelsdorff – Animal Dance
  • 1403: Dudley Moore – The Theme From "Beyond The Fringe" And All That Jazz
  • 1404: Kenny Clarke/Francy Boland – Handle With Care
  • 1405: Hank Crawford – Soul Of The Ballad
  • 1406: Jack Wilson Quartet
  • 1407: Herbie Mann – Returns To The Village Gate
  • 1408: Jazz At Preservation Hall 1: The Eureka Brass Band Of New Orleans
  • 1409: Jazz At Preservation Hall 2: Billie And DeDe Pierce/Jim Robinson's New Orleans Band
  • 1410: Jazz At Preservation Hall 3: Paul Barbarin And His Jazz Band/Punch Miller's Bunch And George Lewis
  • 1411: Jazz At Preservation Hall 4: The George Lewis Band Of New Orleans
  • 1412: Art Farmer – Interaction
  • 1413: Herbie Mann Live At Newport
  • 1414: The Modern Jazz Quartet – 'The Sheriff
  • 1415: Erroll Garner (not released)
  • 1416: Charles Mingus – Tonight at Noon
  • 1417: Milt Jackson – Vibrations
  • 1418: Sonny Stitt – Stitt Plays Bird
  • 1419: John Coltrane – Coltrane's Sound
  • 1420: The Modern Jazz Quartet/Quartetto Di Milano/Hungarian Gypsy Quartet – A Quartet Is A Quartet Is A Quartet
  • 1421: The Art Farmer Quartet Featuring Jim Hall – Live at the Half-Note
  • 1422: Herbie Mann – Latin Fever
  • 1423: Hank Crawford – True Blue
  • 1424: Mose Allison – The Word From Mose
  • 1425: John Lewis With Gary McFarland's Orchestra – Essence
  • 1426: Herbie Mann/Bill Evans – Nirvana
  • 1427: The Two Sides Of Jack Wilson
  • 1428: Elvin Jones/Philly Joe Jones – Together!
  • 1429: The Modern Jazz Quartet With Laurindo Almeida – Collaboration
  • 1430: Art Farmer – To Sweden With Love
  • 1431: Johnny Griffin/Matthew Gee – Soul Groove
  • 1432: Hubert Laws – The Laws of Jazz
  • 1433: Herbie Mann – My Kinda Groove
  • 1434: Sergio Mendes – The Swinger from Rio
  • 1435: The Max Roach Trio featuring the Legendary Hasaan
  • 1436: Hank Crawford – Dig These Blues
  • 1437: Herbie Mann Plays The Roar Of The Greasepaint – The Smell Of The Crowd
  • 1438: Grassella Oliphant – The Grass Roots
  • 1439: Nat Adderley – Autobiography'
  • 1440: The Modern Jazz Quartet Plays George Gershwin's Porgy and Bess
  • 1441: Ted Curson – The New Thing And The Blue Thing
  • 1442: Art Farmer – Sing Me Softly of the Blues
  • 1443: Elvin Jones – And Then Again
  • 1444: Clifford Jordan – These Are My Roots
  • 1445: Herbie Mann – Standing Ovation At Newport
  • 1446: Eddie Higgins – Soulero
  • 1447: The Fantastic Jazz Harp Of Dorothy Ashby
  • 1448: Eddie Harris – The In Sound
  • 1449: The Modern Jazz Quartet And The All Star Jazz Band – Jazz Dialogue
  • 1450: Mose Allison – Mose Alive!
  • 1451: John Coltrane/Don Cherry – The Avant-Garde
  • 1452: Hubert Laws – Flute By-Laws
  • 1453: Eddie Harris – Mean Greens
  • 1454: Herbie Mann Today!
  • 1455: Hank Crawford – After Hours
  • 1456: Mose Allison – Wild Man On The Loose
  • 1457: Dave Pike – Jazz For The Jet Set
  • 1458: The Mitchell-Ruff Trio – After This Message
  • 1459: Charles Lloyd – Dream Weaver
  • 1460: Nat Adderley – Sayin' Somethin'
  • 1461: The Quartette Tres Bien – Bully!
  • 1462: Herbie Mann – Monday Night At The Village Gate
  • 1463: Brother Jack McDuff – A Change Is Gonna Come
  • 1464: Herbie Mann – Our Mann Flute
  • 1465: The Joe Harriott-John Mayer Double Quintet – Indo-Jazz Suite
  • 1466: Sergio Mendes – The Great Arrival
  • 1467: Max Roach – Drums Unlimited
  • 1468: The Modern Jazz Quartet – Blues at Carnegie Hall
  • 1469: Shelly Manne – Boss Sounds!
  • 1470: Hank Crawford – Mr. Blues
  • 1471: Herbie Mann – New Mann At Newport
  • 1472: Brother Jack McDuff – Tobacco Road
  • 1473: Charles Lloyd – Forest Flower
  • 1474: Nat Adderley – Live at Memory Lane
  • 1475: Herbie Mann – Impressions Of The Middle East
  • 1476: Ira Sullivan – Horizons
  • 1477: Freddie Hubbard – Backlash
  • 1478: Eddie Harris – The Tender Storm
  • 1479: Junior Mance – Harlem Lullaby
  • 1480: Sergio Mendes – The Beat Of Brazil
  • 1481: Charles Lloyd – Love-In
  • 1482: The Joe Harriott-John Mayer Double Quintet – Indo-Jazz Fusions
  • 1483: Herbie Mann – The Beat Goes On
  • 1484: Brother Jack McDuff – Do It Now!
  • 1485: Elvin Jones – Midnight Walk
  • 1486: The Modern Jazz Quartet – 'Live At The Lighthouse
  • 1487: Shelly Manne And His Men – Jazz Gunn
  • 1488: Roy Ayers – Virgo Vibes
  • 1489: David Newman – House Of David
  • 1490: The Herbie Mann String Album
  • 1491: The Jimmy Owens-Kenny Barron Quintet – You Had Better Listen
  • 1492: The Freedom Sounds – People Get Ready
  • 1493: Charles Lloyd – Journey Within
  • 1494: Grassella Oliphant – The Grass Is Greener
  • 1495: Eddie Harris – The Electrifying Eddie Harris
  • 1496: Junior Mance – I Believe To My Soul
  • 1497: Herbie Mann – The Wailing Dervishes
  • 1498: Brother Jack McDuff/David Newman – Double Barrelled Soul
  • 1499: The Complete Yusef Lateef

1500–1599[edit]

  • 1500: Charles Lloyd in Europe
  • 1501: Freddie Hubbard – High Blues Pressure
  • 1502: Roland Kirk – The Inflated Tear
  • 1503: Hank Crawford – Double Cross
  • 1504: Rufus Harley – A Tribute To Courage
  • 1505: David Newman – Bigger And Better
  • 1506: Eddie Harris – Plug Me In
  • 1507: Herbie Mann – Windows Opened
  • 1508: Yusef Lateef – The Blue Yusef Lateef
  • 1509: Hubert Laws – Laws' Cause
  • 1510: Max Roach – Members, Don't Git Weary
  • 1511: Mose Allison – I've Been Doin' Some Thinkin'
  • 1512: The Freedom Sounds – ...The Soul Sound System
  • 1513: Herbie Mann – The Inspiration I Feel
  • 1514: Roy Ayers – Stoned Soul Picnic
  • 1515: Shirley Scott – Soul Song
  • 1516: Les McCann – Much Les
  • 1517: Eddie Harris – Silver Cycles
  • 1518: Roland Kirk – Left And Right
  • 1519: Charles Lloyd – Soundtrack
  • 1520: Clare Fischer – Thesaurus
  • 1521: Junior Mance Live At The Top Of The Gate
  • 1522: Herbie Mann – Memphis Underground
  • 1523: Hank Crawford – Mr. Blues Plays Lady Soul
  • 1524: The Many Facets Of David Newman
  • 1525: Yusef Lateef – Yusef Lateef's Detroit
  • 1526: Freddie Hubbard – A Soul Experiment
  • 1527: Luis Gasca – The Little Giant
  • 1528: V.A. – Jazz Super Hits
  • 1529: Eddie Harris – High Voltage
  • 1530: Phil Moore Jr. – Right On
  • 1531: Gary Burton – Throb
  • 1532: Shirley Scott & the Soul Saxes
  • 1533: George Wein's Newport All Stars
  • 1534: Roland Kirk – Volunteered Slavery
  • 1535: Bobby Short – Jump For Joy
  • 1536: Herbie Mann Live At The Whisky A Go Go
  • 1537: Les McCann/Eddie Harris – Swiss Movement
  • 1538: Roy Ayers – Daddy's Back
  • 1539: Rufus Harley – Kings And Queens
  • 1540: Herbie Mann – Concerto Grosso In D Blues
  • 1541: The Best of John Coltrane
  • 1542: The Best Of Mose Allison
  • 1543: The Best Of Ray Charles
  • 1544: The Best Of Herbie Mann
  • 1545: The Best Of Eddie Harris
  • 1546: The Best Of The Modern Jazz Quartet
  • 1547: Les McCann – Comment
  • 1548: Yusef Lateef – The Diverse Yusef Lateef
  • 1549: Freddie Hubbard – The Black Angel
  • 1550: Mose Allison – Hello There, Universe
  • 1551: Clarence Wheeler And The Enforcers – Doin' What We Wanna
  • 1552: Wilbur DeParis – Over And Over Again
  • 1553: John Coltrane – The Coltrane Legacy
  • 1554: Eddie Harris – Come On Down!
  • 1555: The Best Of Charles Mingus
  • 1556: The Best Of Charles Lloyd
  • 1557: The Best Of Hank Crawford
  • 1558: The Best Of Ornette Coleman
  • 1559: V.A. – Jazz Super Hits, Vol. 2
  • 1560: Gary Burton – Good Vibes
  • 1561: Shirley Scott – Something
  • 1562: Junior Mance – With A Lotta Help From My Friends
  • 1563: Yusef Lateef – Suite 16
  • 1564: Ray Bryant – MCMLXX
  • 1565: Esther Phillips – Burnin'
  • 1566: Edward Strauss – The Me Nobody Knows (Original Cast)
  • 1567: Mongo Santamaria – Mongo '70
  • 1568: Carmen McRae – Just A Little Lovin'
  • 1569: Roberta Flack – Chapter Two
  • 1570: The World's Greatest Jazz Band Of Yank Lawson And Bob Haggart Live
  • 1571: Charles Lloyd in the Soviet Union
  • 1572: Ornette Coleman – The Art Of The Improvisers'
  • 1573: Eddie Harris – Free Speech
  • 1574: Bobby Short – Nobody Else But Me
  • 1575: Rahsaan Roland Kirk – Rahsaan Rahsaan
  • 1576: Freddie Hubbard – Sing Me a Song of Songmy
  • 1577: Gary Burton & Keith Jarrett
  • 1578: Rahsaan Roland Kirk – Natural Black Inventions: Root Strata
  • 1579: Joe Zawinul – Zawinul
  • 1580: Duke Ellington – New Orleans Suite
  • 1581: Mongo Santamaria – Mongo's Way
  • 1582: The World's Greatest Jazz Band Of Yank Lawson And Bob Haggart – What's New?
  • 1583: Eddie Harris/Les McCann – Second Movement
  • 1584: Mose Allison – Western Man
  • 1585: Clarence Wheeler And The Enforcers – The Love I've Been Looking For
  • 1586: Charles Lloyd – The Flowering
  • 1587: Max Roach – Lift Every Voice And Sing
  • 1588: Ornette Coleman – Twins
  • 1589: The Modern Jazz Quartet – Plastic Dreams
  • 1590: The Best Of David Newman
  • 1591: The Best Of Yusef Lateef
  • 1592: The Best Of Rahsaan Roland Kirk
  • 1593: Mongo Santamaria – Mongo At Montreux
  • 1594: Roberta Flack – Quiet Fire
  • 1595: Eddie Harris – Live At Newport
  • 1596: Keith Jarrett – The Mourning of a Star
  • 1597: Gary Burton/Stephane Grappelli – Paris Encounter
  • 1598: Gary Burton – Alone at Last
  • 1599: Isaac Hayes – In The Beginning

1600–1700[edit]

  • 1600: David Newman – Lonely Avenue
  • 1601: Rahsaan Roland Kirk – Blacknuss
  • 1602: Yusef Lateef – The Gentle Giant
  • 1603: Les McCann – Invitation To Openness
  • 1604: Richard Evans – Dealing With Hard Times
  • 1605: The Don Shirley Point Of View
  • 1606: Dave Brubeck – Truth Is Fallen
  • 1607: Dave Brubeck – The Last Set At Newport
  • 1608: Charlie Mariano – Mirror
  • 1609: Randy Weston – African Cookbook
  • 1610: Herbie Mann – Mississippi Gambler
  • 1611: Eddie Harris – Instant Death
  • 1612: Keith Jarrett – Birth
  • 1613: Turk Murphy – The Many Faces Of Ragtime
  • 1614: Billie Holiday – Strange Fruit
  • 1615: Jelly Roll Morton (not released)
  • 1616: Coleman Hawkins (not released)
  • 1617: Chu Berry And Ben Webster (not released)
  • 1618: Lester Young (not released)
  • 1619: Les McCann – Talk To The People
  • 1620: The Very Best Of Bobby Short
  • 1621: Mongo Santamaria – Up From The Roots
  • 1622: Miroslav Vitous – Mountain In The Clouds
  • 1623: The Modern Jazz Quartet – The Legendary Profile
  • 1624: Hubert Laws – Wild Flower
  • 1625: Eddie Harris Sings the Blues
  • 1626: Ray Bryant – Alone At Montreux
  • 1627: Mose Allison – Mose In Your Ear
  • 1628: Von Freeman – Doin' It Right Now
  • 1629: Oscar Brown Jr. – Movin' On
  • 1630: Rahsaan Roland Kirk/Al Hibbler – A Meeting of the Times
  • 1631: Ella Fitzgerald – Ella Loves Cole
  • 1632: Herbie Mann – Hold On, I'm Coming
  • 1633: Robin Kenyatta – Gypsy Man
  • 1634: Young-Holt Unlimited – Oh, Girl
  • 1635: Yusef Lateef – Hush 'N' Thunder
  • 1636: Clarence Wheeler And The Enforcers – The New Chicago Blues
  • 1637: King Curtis/Champion Jack Dupree – Blues At Montreux
  • 1638: David Newman – The Weapon
  • 1639: Art Ensemble Of Chicago – Bap-Tizum
  • 1640: Rahsaan Roland Kirk – Prepare Thyself to Deal With a Miracle
  • 1641: Dave Brubeck/Gerry Mulligan/Paul Desmond – We're All Together Again For The First Time
  • 1642: Herbie Mann – Turtle Bay
  • 1643: Gil Evans – Svengali
  • 1644: Robin Kenyatta – Terra Nova
  • 1645: Dave Brubeck – Two Generations Of Brubeck
  • 1646: Les McCann – Layers
  • 1647: Eddie Harris – E.H. in the U.K.
  • 1648: Herbie Mann – London Underground
  • 1649: Oscar Brown Jr. – Brother, Where Are You?
  • 1650: Yusef Lateef – Part of the Search
  • 1651: Art Ensemble Of Chicago – Fanfare for the Warriors
  • 1652: The Modern Jazz Quartet – Blues on Bach
  • 1653: Charles Mingus – Mingus Moves
  • 1654: Andy Bey – Experience And Judgment
  • 1655: Herbie Mann – Reggae
  • 1656: Robin Kenyatta – Stompin' At The Savoy
  • 1657: Harold Alexander – Raw Root
  • 1658: The Family Of Mann – First Light
  • 1659: Eddie Harris – Is It In
  • 1660: Dave Brubeck – Brother, The Great Spirit Made Us All
  • 1661: Arif Mardin – Journey
  • 1662: David Newman – Newmanism
  • 1663: Pat Rebillot – Free Fall
  • 1664: Bobby Short – The Mad Twenties
  • 1665: Duke Ellington – Recollections of the Big Band Era
  • 1666: Les McCann – Another Beginning
  • 1667: Charles Mingus – Mingus at Carnegie Hall
  • 1668: John Coltrane – Alternate Takes
  • 1669: Eddie Harris – I Need Some Money
  • 1670: Herbie Mann – Discothèque
  • 1671: Dick Hyman – Satchmo Remembered: The Music Of Louis Armstrong At Carnegie Hall
  • 1672: Phineas Newborn Jr. – Solo Piano
  • 1673: Keith Jarrett – El Juicio (The Judgement)
  • 1674: Rahsaan Roland Kirk – The Case of the 3 Sided Dream in Audio Color
  • 1675: Eddie Harris – Bad Luck Is All I Have
  • 1676: Herbie Mann – Waterbed
  • 1677: Charles Mingus – Changes One
  • 1678: Charles Mingus – Changes Two
  • 1679: Les McCann – Hustle To Survive
  • 1680: Esther Phillips – Confessin' The Blues
  • 1681: Herb Geller – Rhyme And Reason
  • 1682: Herbie Mann – Surprises, Featuring Cissy Houston
  • 1683: Eddie Harris – That Is Why You're Overweight
  • 1684: Dave Brubeck – All The Things We Are
  • 1685: Yusef Lateef – The Doctor Is In... and Out
  • 1686: Rahsaan Roland Kirk – Other Folks' Music
  • 1687: Freddie Hubbard – Echoes Of Blue
  • 1688: Duke Ellington's Jazz Violin Session
  • 1689: Bobby Short – My Personal Property
  • 1690: Les McCann – River High, River Low
  • 1691: Mose Allison – Your Mind Is On Vacation
  • 1692: Roy Ayers – Daddy Bug And Friends
  • 1693: Peter Herbolzheimer – Jazz Gala Concert
  • 1694: Joe Zawinul – Concerto Retitled
  • 1695: Joachim Kuhn – Springfever
  • 1696: Chick Corea – Herbie Hancock – Keith Jarrett – McCoy Tyner
  • 1697: not used?
  • 1698: Eddie Harris – How Can You Live Like That?
  • 1699: Don Pullen – Tomorrow's Promises
  • 1700: Charles Mingus – Three or Four Shades of Blues

8001–8305[edit]

  • 8001: V.A. – The Greatest Rock And Roll
  • 8002: LaVern Baker – LaVern
  • 8003: Clyde McPhatter And The Drifters
  • 8004: Ruth Brown
  • 8005: Joe Turner
  • 8006: Ray Charles
  • 8007: LaVern Baker
  • 8008: Ivory Joe Hunter
  • 8009: The Clovers
  • 8010: V.A. – Rock And Roll Forever
  • 8011: Ray Ventura And His Orchestra
  • 8012: Mac-Kac And His French Rock And Roll
  • 8013: V.A. – Dance The Rock And Roll
  • 8014: Chris Connor – I Miss You So
  • 8015: Ivory Joe Hunter – Ivory Joe Sings The Old And New
  • 8016: Cy Walter Plays Gershwin Classics
  • 8017: Betty Johnson
  • 8018: Chuck Willis – The King Of The Stroll
  • 8019: Champion Jack Dupree – Blues From The Gutter
  • 8020: T-Bone Walker – T-Bone Blues
  • 8021: V.A. – Rock And Roll Forever, Vol. 2
  • 8022: The Drifters – Rockin' And Driftin'
  • 8023: Joe Turner – Rockin' The Blues
  • 8024: Clyde McPhatter – Love Ballads
  • 8025: Ray Charles – Yes Indeed!
  • 8026: Ruth Brown – Miss Rhythm
  • 8027: Betty Johnson – The Song You Heard When You Fell In Love
  • 8028: The Fabulous Guitar Of Luiz Bonfa – Amor!
  • 8029: Ray Charles – What'd I Say
  • 8030: LaVern Baker – Blues Ballads
  • 8031: Clyde McPhatter – Clyde
  • 8032: Chris Connor – Witchcraft
  • 8033: Joe Turner – Big Joe Is Here
  • 8034: The Clovers' Dance Party
  • 8035: Mickey Baker – The Wildest Guitar
  • 8036: Precious Memories LaVern Baker Sings Gospel
  • 8037: V.A. – The Rockin' Fifties
  • 8038: Lonnie Donegan – Skiffle Folk Music
  • 8039: Ray Charles in Person
  • 8040: Chris Connor – Chris In Person
  • 8041: The Drifters' Greatest Hits
  • 8042: The Tarriers – Tell The World About This
  • 8043: The Zeniths – Makin' The Scene
  • 8044: Raymond Lefevre And His Continental Dance Orchestra – Romantica
  • 8045: Champion Jack Dupree – Natural And Soulful Blues
  • 8046: Chris Connor – A Portrait Of Chris
  • 8047: Jerry Leiber/Mike Stoller – The Leiber-Stoller Big Band
  • 8048: Diahann Carroll – Fun Life
  • 8049: Chris Connor/Maynard Ferguson – Double Exposure
  • 8050: LaVern Baker – Saved
  • 8051: Will Holt And Dolly Jonah – On The Brink
  • 8052: Ray Charles – The Genius Sings the Blues
  • 8053: Robert Clary Lives It Up At The Playboy Club
  • 8054: Ray Charles – Do The Twist
  • 8055: The Mar-Keys – The Last Night!
  • 8056: Champion Jack Dupree – Champion Of The Blues
  • 8057: Carla Thomas – Gee Whiz
  • 8058: V.A. – The Greatest Twist Hits
  • 8059: The Drifters – Save The Last Dance For Me
  • 8060: Carl Holmes And His Commanders – Twist Party At Roundtable
  • 8061: Chris Connor – Free Spirits
  • 8062: Do The Pop-Eye With The Mar-Keys
  • 8063: The Ray Charles Story, Vol. 1
  • 8064: The Ray Charles Story, Vol. 2
  • 8065: V.A. – The Solid Gold Groups
  • 8066: Mel Tormé At The Red Hill
  • 8067: Solomon Burke's Greatest Hits
  • 8068: V.A. – Hound Dog's Old Gold
  • 8069: Mel Tormé – Comin' Home Baby
  • 8070: Joao Gilberto – The Boss Of The Bossa Nova
  • 8071: LaVern Baker – See See Rider
  • 8072: Shel Silverstein – Inside Folk Songs
  • 8073: The Best Of The Drifters – Up On The Roof
  • 8074: Martin Adam Wilson – He's In Charge Here!
  • 8075: Nancy Harrow – You Never Know
  • 8076: The Warm World Of Joao Gilberto
  • 8077: The Best Of Clyde McPhatter
  • 8078: The Best Of LaVern Baker
  • 8079: I Remember Chuck Willis
  • 8080: The Best Of Ruth Brown
  • 8081: The Best Of Joe Turner
  • 8082: The Best Of Chris Connor
  • 8083: The Ray Charles Story, Vol. 3
  • 8084: Out Of The Shadows
  • 8085: Solomon Burke – If You Need Me
  • 8086: Barbara Lewis – Hello Stranger
  • 8087: The New World Singers
  • 8088: Doris Troy Sings Just One Look
  • 8089: Surfin' With The Shadows
  • 8090: Barbara Lewis Sings The Great Soul Tunes – Snap Your Fingers
  • 8091: Mel Tormé Sings Sunday In New York
  • 8092: Anamari
  • 8093: The Drifters – Our Biggest Hits
  • 8094: The Ray Charles Story, Vol. 4
  • 8095: The Complete Life Of General Douglas MacArthur Through His Own Words
  • 8096: Solomon Burke – Rock 'n' Soul
  • 8097: The Shadows Know!
  • 8098: V.A. – The Jamaica Ska
  • 8099: The Drifters – Under The Boardwalk
  • 8100: V.A. – Porky's Golden Dusties
  • 8101: V.A. – Saturday Night At The Uptown
  • 8102: Esther Phillips Sings Great Love Songs – And I Love Him
  • 8103: The Good Life With The Drifters
  • 8104: Don Covay – Mercy!
  • 8105: Herbie Mann And Joao Gilberto With Antonio Carlos Jobim
  • 8106: Joe Tex – Hold On To What You've Got
  • 8107: Austin Cromer Sings For Her
  • 8108: Killer Joe's International Discothèque
  • 8109: The Best Of Solomon Burke
  • 8110: Barbara Lewis – Baby, I'm Yours
  • 8111: Walter Chiles/Clarence Pettiford – Chiles And Pettiford Live At Jilly's
  • 8112: Sergio Mendes And Brasil '65 – In Person at El Matador
  • 8113: The Drifters – Where The Music's Playing
  • 8114: Wilson Pickett – In The Midnight Hour
  • 8115: Joe Tex – The New Boss
  • 8116: V.A. – Solid Gold Soul
  • 8117: Chris Kenner – Land Of 1000 Dances
  • 8118: Barbara Lewis – It's Magic
  • 8119: Patti LaBelle And The Bluebelles – Over The Rainbow
  • 8120: Don Covay – See-Saw
  • 8121: Bobby Darin Sings The Shadow Of Your Smile
  • 8122: Esther Phillips Sings
  • 8123: The Young Rascals
  • 8124: Joe Tex – The Love You Save
  • 8125: Percy Sledge – When A Man Loves A Woman
  • 8126: Bobby Darin – In A Broadway Bag
  • 8127: Mireille Mathieu – Fabulous New French Singing Star
  • 8128: Leslie Uggams – A Time To Love'
  • 8129: The Exciting Wilson Pickett
  • 8130: The Country Side Of Esther Phillips
  • 8131
  • 8132: Percy Sledge – Warm And Tender Soul
  • 8133: Joe Tex – I've Got To Do A Little Bit Better
  • 8134: The Young Rascals – Collection
  • 8135: Bobby Darin – If I Were A Carpenter
  • 8136: The Piano Of Eddie Higgins
  • 8137: V.A. – Solid Gold Soul, Vol. 2
  • 8138: Wilson Pickett – The Wicket Pickett
  • 8139: Aretha Franklin – I Never Loved A Man The Way I Love You
  • 8140: V.A. – Beach Beat
  • 8141: Herbie Mann/Tamiko Jones – A Mann And A Woman
  • 8142: Bobby Darin – Inside Out
  • 8143: Carmen McRae – For Once In My Life
  • 8144: The Best Of Joe Tex
  • 8145: The Sound of Wilson Pickett
  • 8146: The Percy Sledge Way
  • 8147: Patti LaBelle And The Bluebelles – Dreamer
  • 8148: The Young Rascals – Groovin'
  • 8149: Flip Wilson – Cowboys And The Colored People
  • 8150: Aretha Franklin – Aretha Arrives
  • 8151: The Best Of Wilson Pickett
  • 8152: John Hammond – I Can Tell
  • 8153: The Drifters' Golden Hits
  • 8154: Bobby Darin Sings Dr. Doolittle
  • 8155: The Sweet Inspirations
  • 8156: Joe Tex – Live And Lively
  • 8157: Shelly Manne – Daktari (Soundtrack)
  • 8158: Solomon Burke – King Solomon
  • 8159: Kenny Solms/Gail Parent – Solms And Parent: Here Comes The Bird
  • 8160: Mireille Mathieu – Made In France
  • 8161: V.A. – History Of Rhythm And Blues, Vol. 1: The Roots 1947–52
  • 8162: V.A. – History Of Rhythm And Blues, Vol. 2: The Golden Years 1953–55
  • 8163: V.A. – History Of Rhythm And Blues, Vol. 3: Rock And Roll 1956–57
  • 8164: V.A. – History Of Rhythm And Blues, Vol. 4: The Big Beat 1958–60
  • 8165: Carmen McRae – Portrait of Carmen
  • 8166: Charlie Palmieri – Latin Bugalu
  • 8167: V.A. – Brazil's Super Hits
  • 8168: The Harvey Averne Dozen – Viva Soul
  • 8169: The Rascals – Once Upon A Dream
  • 8170: V.A. – This Is Soul
  • 8171: Here Is Barbara Lynn
  • 8172: Earl Coleman – Love Songs
  • 8173: Barbara Lewis – Workin' On A Groovy Thing
  • 8174: Billy Vera And Judy Clay – Storybook Children
  • 8175: Wilson Pickett – I'm In Love
  • 8176: Aretha Franklin – Lady Soul
  • 8177: Sérgio Mendes' Favorite Things
  • 8178: Booker And Foster – The Handwriting On The Wall
At this point, mono is discontinued in favor of stereo only. Quadrophonic titles achieve occasional release.
  • SD-8179: Flip Wilson – You Devil You
  • SD-8180: Percy Sledge – Take Time To Know Her
  • SD-8181: Archie Bell And The Drells – Tighten Up
  • SD-8182: The Sweet Inspirations – Songs Of Faith And Inspiration'
  • SD-8183: Wilson Pickett – The Midnight Mover
  • SD-8184: Mandala – Soul Crusade
  • SD-8185: Solomon Burke – I Wish I Knew'
  • SD-8186: Aretha Franklin – Aretha Now
  • SD-8187: Joe Tex – Soul Country
  • SD-8188: V.A. – The Super Hits, Vol. 2
  • SD-8189: The Apple Pie Motherhood Band
  • SD-8190: The Rascals' Greatest Hits – Time Peace
  • SD-8191: V.A. – Beach Beat, Vol. 2
  • SD-8192: This Is Clarence Carter
  • SD-8193: V.A. – History Of Rhythm And Blues, Vol. 5: The Beat Goes On 1961–62
  • SD-8194: V.A. – History Of Rhythm And Blues, Vol. 6: On Broadway 1963–64
  • SD-8195: The Robert Stigwood Orchestra Plays Bee Gees' Hits
  • SD-8196: Leslie Uggams – What Is An Uggams?
  • SD-8197: Billy Vera – With Pen In Hand
  • SD-8198: The Crazy World Of Arthur Brown
  • SD-8199: The Dynamic Clarence Carter
  • SD-8200: Carmen McRae – The Sound Of Silence
  • SD-8201: What the World Needs Now - Sweet Inspirations [11/68]
  • SD-8202: The Best of Booker T. and the MG's - Booker T. and the MG's [1968]
  • SD-8203: The Super Hits, Volume 3 - Various Artists [1968]
  • SD-8204: I Can't Stop Dancing - Archie Bell and the Drells [1968]
  • SD-8205: I Thank You - Sam and Dave [11/68]
  • SD-8206: Sooner Or Later - John Hammond [1968]
  • SD-8207: Aretha Franklin In Paris - Aretha Franklin [1968]
  • SD-8208: History of Rhythm & Blues, Volume 7: The Sound of Soul 1965-66 - Various Artists [1969]
  • SD-8209: History of Rhythm & Blues, Volume 8: The Memphis Sound 1967 - Various Artists [1969]
  • SD-8210: The Best of Percy Sledge - Percy Sledge [1969]
  • SD-8211: Happy Soul - Joe Tex [1969]
  • SD-8212: Soul 69 - Aretha Franklin [1969]
  • SD-8213: King of the Blues Guitar - Albert King [1969]
  • SD-8214: Dusty In Memphis - Dusty Springfield [1969]
  • SD-8215: Hey Jude - Wilson Pickett [1969]
  • SD-8216: Led Zeppelin - Led Zeppelin [1969] Some copies of this album were pressed with the old purple and gold Atco label blank. This was probably an error by a record club.
  • SD-8217: Shame Shame - Magic Lanterns [1969]
  • SD-8218: The Best of Sam & Dave - Sam & Dave [1969]
  • SD-8219: Cartoone - Cartoone [1969] With guest artist Jimmy Page.
  • SD-8220 - Black Pearl - Black Pearl [1969]
  • SD-8221: Sunshine and Shadows - Ars Nova [1969]
  • SD-8222: Glass Onion - Arif Mardin [1969]
  • SD-8223: Motor Cycle - Lotti Golden [1969] Also released with a Special Advance copy cover that was completely different than the regular cover.
  • SD-8224: The Super Hits, Volume 4 - Various Artists [1969]
  • SD-8225: Sweets For My Sweet - Sweet Inspirations [1969]
  • SD-8226: There's Gonna Be a Showdown - Archie Bell and the Drells [1969]
  • SD-8227: Aretha's Gold - Aretha Franklin [1969]
  • SD-8228: New Message - Marion Williams [1969]
  • SD-8229: Crosby, Stills and Nash - Crosby, Stills and Nash [1969]
  • SD-8230: First Take - Roberta Flack [6/69]
  • SD-8231: Buying a Book - Joe Tex [1969]
  • SD-8232: The Best of Carla Thomas - Carla Thomas [1969]
  • SD-8233: Apple Pie - Apple Pie Motherhood Band [1969]
  • SD-8234: Rune Gustafsson At the Top - Rune Gustafsson [1969]
  • SD-8235: Hair Is Beautiful - Barney Kessel [1969]
  • SD-8236: Led Zeppelin II - Led Zeppelin [8/69]
  • SD-8237: The House of Blue Lights - Don Covay and the Jefferson Lemon Blues Band [1969]
  • SD-8238: Testifin' - Clarence Carter [1969]
  • SD-8239: Boz Scaggs - Boz Scaggs [9/69]
  • SD-8240: Banchee - Banchee [1969]
  • SD-8241: Just To Satisfy You - Leslie Uggams [1969]
  • SD-8242: The Source - Jimmy Scott [1969]
  • SD-8243: Yes - Yes [10/69]
  • SD-8244: Eight Miles High - Golden Earring [1969]
  • SD-8245: In the Court of the Crimson King - King Crimson [10/69]
  • SD-8246: See - Rascals [1969]
  • SD-8247: Back In the U.S.A. - MC 5 [1970]
  • SD-8248: This Girl's In Love With You - Aretha Franklin [1970]
  • SD-8249: A Brand New Me - Dusty Springfield [1970]
  • SD-8250: Right On - Wilson Pickett [3/70]
  • SD-8251: Southern Fried - John Hammond Jr. [1970]
  • SD-8252: Feelin' Alright - Mongo Santamaria [1970]
  • SD-8253: Sweet, Sweet Soul - Sweet Inspirations [1970]
  • SD-8254: Joe Tex With Strings and Things - Joe Tex [1970] This record was issued in the Dial Record series.
  • SD-8255: Blues From the Gutter - Champion Jack Dupree [1970] Reissue of Atlantic SD-8019.
  • SD-8256: T-Bone Blues - T-Bone Walker [1970] Electronic stereo reissue of 8020.
  • SD-8257: Inside Shel Silverstein - Shel Silverstein [1970] Reissue of Atlantic SD-8072.
  • SD-8258: Mott the Hoople [5/70]
  • SD-8259: Outlaw - Eugene McDaniels [1970]
  • SD-8260: Album 1 - Loudon Wainwright III [1970]
  • SD-8261: Side Show - Side Show [1970]
  • SD-8262: The Assembled Multitude - Assembled Multitude [1970]
  • SD-8263: Tamalpais Exchange - Tamalpais Exchange [1970]
  • SD-8264: Hollywood Dream - Thundercap Newman [1970]
  • SD-8265: Spirit In the Dark - Aretha Franklin [1970]
  • SD-8266: In the Wake of Poseidon - King Crimson [1970]
  • SD-8267: Patches - Clarence Carter [1970]
  • SD-8268: Someday Soon - Dick Holler [1970]
  • SD-8269: Jo Jama [12/70]
  • SD-8270: Wilson Pickett In Philadelphia [1970]
  • SD-8271: Sam, Hard and Heavy - Sam Samudio [1971]
  • SD-8272: Mad Shadows - Mott the Hoople [11/70]
  • SD-8273: Time and a Word - Yes [11/70]
  • SD-8274: The Super Hits, Volume 5 - Various Artists [1970]
  • SD-8275: The J. Geils Band - J. Geils Band [1970]
  • SD-8276: Search and Nearness - Rascals [1971]
  • SD-8277: Peace Sing a Long - Mitch Miller and the Gang [1971]
  • SD-8278: Lizard - King Crimson [1971]
  • SD-8279: Alamo [1971]
  • SD-8280: Papa Nebo [1971]
  • SD-8281: Headless Heroes - Eugene McDaniels [1971]
  • SD-8282: The Best of Clarence Carter [1971]
  • SD-8283: The Yes Album [1971]
  • SD-8284: Wildlife - Mott the Hoople [1971]
  • SD-8285: High Time - MC 5 [1971]
  • SD-8286: The Best of Barbara Lewis [1971]
  • SD-8287: All tracks on this unissued Esther Williams album later surfaced as extra tracks on the CD issue of Confessin' The Blues.
  • SD-8288: J Is For Jump - Jo Mama [9/71]
  • SD-8289: Standing Here Wondering Which Way - Marion Williams [1971]
  • SD-8290: The Best of Wilson Pickett, Volume 2 [1971]
  • SD-8291: Album II - Loudon Wainwright III [1971]
  • SD-8292: From the Roots Came the Rapper - Joe Tex [1972] This record was issued in the Dial Record series.
  • SD-8293: This album, by Judee Sill, was instead issued as the kickoff to Asylum Records when it was distributed by Atlantic.
  • SD-8294: Charles John Quarto - Charles John Quarto [1971]
  • SD-8295: Aretha's Greatest Hits - Aretha Franklin [1971]
  • SD-8296: John Prine - John Prine [10/71]
  • SD-8297: The Morning After - J. Geils Band [10/71]
  • SD-8298: Off the Shelf - Batdorf and Rodney [1971]
  • SD-8299: Dixie Fried - James Luther Dickinson [1972]
  • SD-8300: Don't Knock My Love - Wilson Pickett [1971]
  • SD-8301: Jimmy and Vella [1972]
  • SD-8302: Shanti [1971]
  • SD-8303: Howard Tate - Howard Tate [1972]
  • SD-8304: Brain Capers - Mott the Hoople [2/72]
  • QD-8305: The Best of Aretha Franklin [1972] Quadraphonic issue only.

7200-7311[edit]

  • SD-7200 - Deja Vu - Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young [1970]
  • SD-7201 - Led Zeppelin III - Led Zeppelin [1970]
  • SD-7202 - Stephen Stills - Stephen Stills [1970]
  • SD-7203 - If I Could Only Remember My Name - David Crosby [1971]
  • SD-7204 - Songs For Beginners - Graham Nash [1971]
  • SD-7205 - Live At Fillmore West - Aretha Franklin [1971]
  • SD-7206 - Stephen Stills 2 - Stephen Stills [1971]
  • SD-7207 - Soul To Soul - Various Artists [1971]
  • SD-7208 - Led Zeppelin IV (Untitled) - Led Zeppelin [1971]
  • SD-7209 - The Way to Become the Sensuous Woman By "J" - Tony Camillo [1971]
  • SD-7210 - All In the Family (TV Soundtrack) - Carroll O'Connor and Others [1971]
  • SD-7211 - Fragile - Yes [1971]
  • SD-7212 - Islands - King Crimson [1972]
  • SD-7213 - Young, Gifted and Black - Aretha Franklin [1972]
  • LD-7214 - FM and AM - George Carlin [1972] The label on this album is Little David Records.
  • SD-7215 - Good Ol' Boys - Harold Griffiths [1/72]
  • SD-7216 - Roberta Flack and Donny Hathaway - Roberta Flack and Donny Hathaway [1972]
  • SP 7217 - Softly Whispering I Love You - The English Congregation [1972] Issued with a Signpost label and a different prefix. This group is known in the UK as "The Congregation".
  • SD-7218 - Rollin' Man - Bobby Lance [1972]
  • SD-7219 - Take a Sad Song... - Godfrey Daniel [1972]
  • SD-7220 - Graham Nash and David Crosby - Graham Nash and David Crosby [1972]
  • SD-7221 - Donal Leace - Donal Leace [11/72]
  • SD-7222 - David Elliot - David Elliot [10/72]
  • SD-7223 - Neal Rosengarden - Neal Rosengarden [1972]
  • SD-7224 - Atlanta Twelve String - Blind Willie McTell [1972]
  • SD-7225 - New Orleans Piano - Professor Longhair [1972]
  • SD-7226 - Texas Guitar: From Dallas To L.A. - Various Artists [1972]
  • SD-7227 - Blues Piano: Chicago Plus - Various Artists [1972]
  • SD-7228 - Detroit Guitar - John Lee Hooker [1972]
  • SD-7229 - Chicago Piano, Volume One - Jimmy and Mama Yancey [1972]
  • SD-7230 - Keyboard Tales - Michael Perlitch [1972]
  • SD-7231 - Jackie - Jackie DeShannon [1972]
  • SD-7232 - All In the Family Second Album (TV Soundtrack) - Carroll O'Connor and Others [1972]
  • SD-7233 - Angelo - Angelo [1972]
  • SD-7234 - Macondo - Macondo [1972]
  • SD-7235 - The Ship Album - S.C.R.A. (The Southern Contemporary Ship Assembly) [1972]
  • SD-7236 - Ramatam - Ramatam [1972]
  • SD-7237 - Black Heat - Black Heat [1972]
  • SD-7238 - The Divine Miss M - Bette Midler [1972]
  • SD-7239 -
  • SD-7240 - Diamond In the Rough - John Prine [1972]
  • SD-7241 - Full House - J. Geils Band [1972]
  • SD-7242 - Whole Oats - Daryl Hall and John Oates [1972]
  • SD-7243 - Good God - Good God [1972]
  • SD-7244 - Close To the Edge - Yes [1972]
  • SD-7245 - Margaret and Ann - Margaret & Ann [1972]
  • SD-7246 - If You're Lonely - Eric Justin Kaz [12/72]
  • SD-7247 - New Heavenly Blue - New Heavenly Blue [1972]
  • SD-7248 - Margie Joseph - Margie Joseph [1972]
  • SD-7249 - Laugh When You Like - Jerry Stiller and Anne Meara [1972]
  • SD-7250 - Down the Road - Stephen Stills and Manassas [1973]
  • SD-7251 - Cosmic Furnace - Roger Powell [2/73]
  • SD-7252 - You're a Good Man Charlie Brown - TV Soundtrack [1972]
  • SD-7253 - Garland Jefferys - Garland Jefferys [1973]
  • SD-7254 - Doug Sahm and Band - Doug Sahm and Band [1973]
  • SD-7255 - Houses of the Holy - Led Zeppelin [1973]
  • SD-7256 - Spinners - Spinners [1973]
  • SD-7257 - First Rush - Chris Rush [4/73]
  • SD-7258 - A View From Another Place - Wayne Davis [1973]
  • SD-7259 - River - Terry Reid [1973]
  • SD-7260 - Bloodshot - J. Geils Band [1973] First pressings were on crimson vinyl, later pressings on black vinyl.
  • SD-7261 - In April Cae the Dawning of the Red Suns - Ramatam [1973]
  • SD-7262 - Shotgun Willie - Willie Nelson [1973]
  • SD-7263 - Larks' Tongues In Aspic - King Crimson [1973]
  • SD-7264 - Breezy Stories - Danny O'Keefe [1973]
  • SD-7265 - Hey Now Hey (The Other Side of the Sky) - Aretha Franklin [1973]
  • SD-7266 - Just Thank Me - David Rogers [1973]
  • SD-7267 - Soul Makossa - Manu Dibango [1973]
  • SD-7268 - Spectrum - Billy Cobham [1973]
  • SD-7269 - Abandoned Luncheonette - Daryl Hall and John Oates [1973]
  • SD-7270 - Bette Midler - Bette Midler [11/73]
  • SD-7271 - Killing Me Softly - Roberta Flack [8/73]
  • SD-7272 -
  • SD-7273 - Room To Grow - Barnaby Bye [1973]
  • SD-7274 - Sweet Revenge - John Prine [1973]
  • SD-7275 - Troublemaker - Willie Nelson [3/74]
  • SD-7276 - Makossa Man - Manu Dibango [1974]
  • SD-7277 - Sweet Surrender - Margie Joseph [1974]
  • SD-7278 - Ms. Brown - Marti Brown [1974]
  • SD-7279 - This Is Henson Cargill Country - Henson Cargill [1973]
  • SD-7280 - On His Way - Don Adams [1973]
  • SD-7281 - Now Presenting - Troy Seals [1973]
  • SD-7282 - Anybody Seen My Sweet Gypsy Rose - Terry Stafford [1973] This album contains the original recording of "Amarillo by Morning," which later was a huge country hit by George Strait.
  • SD-7283 - Farewell To the Ryman - David Rogers [1974]
  • SD-7284 - Best of Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young - Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young [Unissued?]
  • SD-7285 - Sweet Charlie Babe - Jackie Moore [1974]
  • SD-7286 - Ladies Invited - J. Geils Band [11/73]
  • SD-7287 - Texas Tornado - Sir Douglas Band [12/73]
  • SD-7288 - Wild Tales - Graham Nash [1973]
  • SD-7289 - One More River To Cross - Canned Heat [12/73]
  • SD-7290 - Cul-De-Sac - Eric Kaz [3/74]
  • SD-7291 - Phases and Stages - Willie Nelson [1974]
  • SD-7292 - Let Me In Your Life - Aretha Franklin [1974]
  • SD-7293 - Queen of the Night - Maggie Bell [1974]
  • SD-7294 - No Time To Burn - Black Heat [1974]
  • SD-7295 - What the....You Mean I Can't Sing?! - Melvin Van Peebles [1974]
  • SD-7296 - Mighty Love - Spinners [1974]
  • SD-7297 - Rock and Roll Queen - Mott the Hoople [1974]
  • SD-7298 - Starless and Bible Black - King Crimson [1974]
  • SD-7299 - Inner Spectrum - Ace Spectrum [1974]
  • SD-7300 - Crosswinds - Billy Cobham [1974]
  • SD-7301 - Road - Johnny Rivers [1974]
  • SD-7302 - Blessed Assurance - Marion Williams [1974]
  • SD-7303 - Your Baby Is a Lady - Jackie DeShannon [1974]
  • SD-7304 - These Foolish Things - Bryan Ferry [1974]
  • SD-7305 - The Everything Man - Jimmy Castor & Jimmy Castor Bunch [1974]
  • SD-7306 - Hey There Girl - David Rogers [11/74]
  • SD-7307 - Isaac Guillory - Isaac Guillory [1974]
  • SD-7308 - AWB - Average White Band [1974]
  • SD-7309 - Diane Steinberg - Diane Steinberg [1974]
  • SD-7310 - Tracy Nelson - Tracy Nelson [1974]
  • SD-7311 - Teasin' - Cornell Dupree [1974]

18100-18232 "Popular"[edit]

  • SD-18100 - So Far - Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young [1974]
  • SD-18101 - Waterloo - Abba [1974]
  • SD-18102 - Captain Buckles - David "Fathead" Newman [1974]
  • SD-18103 - Yesterdays - Yes [1975]
  • SD-18104 - Touch - Barnaby Bye [1974]
  • SD-18105 -
  • SD-18106 - Fresh - Oscar Brown Jr. [1975]
  • SD-18107 - Nightmares... and Other Tales From the Vinyl Jungle - J. Geils Band [1974]
  • SD-18108 - Let's Love - Peggy Lee [1974]
  • SD-18109 - War Babies - Hall and Oates [1974]
  • SD-18110 - Red - King Crimson [1974]
  • SD-18111 - Hot City - Gene Page [1975]
  • SD-18112 - The Band Kept Playing - Electric Flag [1975]
  • SD-18113 - Another Time, Another Place - Bryan Ferry [11/74]
  • SD-18114 - Roller Coaster Weekend - Joe Vitale [1975]
  • SD-18115 - Wally - Wally [1974]
  • SD-18116 - With Everything I Feel In Me - Aretha Franklin [1974]
  • SD-18117 - Prone To Lean - Donnie Fritts [1974]
  • SD-18118 - New and Improved - Spinners [1974]
  • SD-18119 - My Way - Major Harris [1975]
  • SD-18120 - The Prophet By Kahlil Gibran - Richard Harris [1975]
  • SD-18121 - Total Eclipse - Billy Cobham [1974]
  • SD-18122 - Relayer - Yes [1974]
  • SD-18123 - Tonto's Expanding Head Band - Robert Margouleff and Malcolm Cecil [1974] This album is a reissue of Embryo SD-732.
  • SD-18124 - Butt of Course - Jimmy Castor Bunch [1975]
  • SD-18125 - So Long Harry Truman - Danny O'Keefe [1975]
  • SD-18126 - Margie - Margie Joseph [1975]
  • SD-18127 - Common Sense - John Prine [3/75]
  • SD-18128 - Keep on Runnin' - Black Heat [1975]
  • SD-18129 - Mel Tormé at the Maisonette - Mel Tormé [1975]
  • SD-18130 - Welcome to My Nightmare - Alice Cooper [1975]
  • SD-18131 - Feel Like Makin' Love - Roberta Flack [1975]
  • SD-18132 - Supernatural - Ben E. King [4/75]
  • SD-18133 - The Manhattan Transfer - Manhattan Transfer [1975]
  • SD-18134 - The Show Must Go On - Sam Dees [1975]
  • SD-18135 - Vance 32 - Vance 32 (Kenny Vance) [1975]
  • SD-18136 - USA - King Crimson [1975]
  • SD-18137 - The Wiz (Original Cast) - Charles H. Coleman [1975]
  • SD-18138 - Upon the Wings of Music - Jean-Luc Ponty [1975]
  • SD-18139 - Shabazz - Billy Cobham [1975]
  • SD-18140 - Cut the Cake - Average White Band [1975]
  • SD-18141 - Pick of the Litter - Spinners [1975]
  • SD-18142 -
  • SD-18143 -
  • SD-18144 - Mirabai - Mirabai [1975]
  • SD-18145 - The Way We Were - Willis Jackson [1975]
  • SD-18146 - Abba [1975]
  • SD-18147 - Hotline - J. Geils Band [1975]
  • SD-18148 - Live - The Sensational Alex Harvey Band [1975]
  • SD-18149 - A Funky Side of Things - Billy Cobham [1975]
  • SD-18150 - Supersound - Jimmy Castor Bunch [1975]
  • SD-18151 - You - Aretha Franklin [1975]
  • SD-18152 -
  • SD-18153 - Michel Polnareff [1976]
  • SD-18154 - Beginnings - Steve Howe [1975]
  • SD-18155 - Songs for the New Depression - Bette Midler [1975]
  • SD-18156 - Stephen Stills Live [1975]
  • SD-18157 - You Gotta Wash Your Ass - Redd Foxx [1975] The LP, which identifies no bands or tracks, was recorded live at the Apollo Theater in Harlem in 1975.
  • SD-18158 - Disco-Trek - Various Artists [1976]
  • SD-18159 - Fish Out of Water - Chris Squire [1975]
  • SD-18160 - Jealousy - Major Harris [1976]
  • SD-18161 - Lovelock - Gene Page [1976]
  • SD-18162 - Doldinger Jubilee 75 - Passport [1976]
  • SD-18163 - Aurora - Jean-Luc Ponty [1976]
  • SD-18164 - Locked In - Wishbone Ash [1976]
  • SD-18165 - The Reason I'm Talking S**t - Eddie Harris [5/76]
  • SD-18166 - Life and Times - Billy Cobham [1976]
  • SD-18167 - Ramshackled - Alan White [4/76]
  • SD-18168 - Mike Douglas Sings It All - Mike Douglas [1976]
  • SD-18169 - I Had a Love - Ben E. King [1976]
  • SD-18170 - A Street Called Straight - Roy Buchanan [1976]
  • SD-18171 - The Don Harrison Band [1976]
  • SD-18172 - Where the Happy People Go - Trammps [1976]
  • SD-18173 -
  • SD-18174 - Firefall - Firefall [1976]
  • SD-18175 - The Story Of I - Patrick Moraz [1976]
  • SD-18176 - Sparkle (Soundtrack) - Aretha Franklin [1976]
  • SD-18177 - Lovingly - Sylvia Syms [7/76]
  • SD-18178 - Lipstick - Michel Polnareff [6/76]
  • SD-18179 - Soul Searching - Average White Band [1976]
  • SD-18180 - Olias of Sunhillow - Jon Anderson [1976]
  • SD-18181 - Happiness Is Being With The Spinners [1976]
  • SD-18182 -
  • SD-18183 - Coming Out - Manhattan Transfer [1976] (9-76, #48)
  • SD-18184 -
  • SD-18185 - Just Like in the Movies - Ace Spectrum [1976]
  • SD-18186 - E-Man Groovin' - Jimmy Castor Bunch [1976]
  • SD-18187 - Let's Stick Together - Bryan Ferry [1976]
  • SD-18188 - Dee Dee Bridgewater - Dee Dee Bridgewater [1976]
  • SD-18189 - Greatest Hits - Abba [1976]
  • SD-18190 - Photograph - Melanie [1976]
  • SD-18191 - Rhapsody - Ben E. King [1976]
  • SD-18192 - Songs For Evolution - Anglo-Saxon Brown [1976]
  • SD-18193 - Ringo's Rotogravure - Ringo Starr [1976]
  • SD-18194 - Live-On Tour In Europe - The Billy Cobham/George Duke Band [1976]
  • SD-18195 - Imaginary Voyage - Jean-Luc Ponty [1976]
  • SD-18196 - Frannie Golde - Frannie Golde [1976]
  • SD-18197 - Bristol's Creme - Johnny Bristol [1976]
  • SD-18198 - Golden Soul - Various Artists [1976]
  • SD-18199 - Garden of Love Light - Narada Michael Walden [1977]
  • SD-18200 - New England - Wishbone Ash [1976]
  • SD-18201 - Still Stills: Best of Stephen Stills - Stephen Stills [1976]
  • SD-18202 - Prime Prine: The Best of John Prine - John Prine [1976]
  • SD-18203 - Laverne and Shirley Sing - Cindy Williams and Penny Marshall [1976]
  • SD-18204 - Ten Years of Gold - Aretha Franklin [12/76]
  • SD-18205 - L - Steve Hillage [1976]
  • SD-18206 -
  • SD-18207 - Arrival - Abba [1976]
  • SD-18208 - Red Hot - Don Harrison Band [1/77]
  • SD-18209 - Bird In a Silver Cage - Herbie Mann [1976] (2-77, #132)
  • SD-18210 - Eli - Jan Akkerman and Kaz Lux [1976] Eli/Guardian Angel/Tranquillizer/Can't Fake A Good Time//There He Still Goes/Strindberg/Wings Of Strings/Naked Actress/Fairytale
  • SD-18211 - Disco Inferno - Trammps [1976]
  • SD-18212 - Mr. Flute - Art Webb [1976]
  • SD-18213 - No Goodbyes - Hall and Oates [1977]
  • SD-18214 - A Blow For Me-A Toot For You - Fred Wesley and Horny Horns [1977]
  • SD-18215 - Foreigner [1977]
  • SD-18216 - In Your Mind - Bryan Ferry [1977]
  • SD-18217 - Hear and Now - Don Cherry [7/77]
  • SD-18218 - El Mirage - Jimmy Webb [1977]
  • SD-18219 - Loading Zone - Roy Buchanan [1977]
  • SD-18220 - Back Together Again - Coryell & Mouzon [1977]
  • SD-18221 - Jay Boy Adams [1977]
  • SD-18222 -
  • SD-18223 -
  • SD-18224 -
  • SD-18225 - Serengeti Minstrel - Sonny Fortune [10/77]
  • SD-18226 - Love Eyes - Art Webb [10/77]
  • SD-18227 - Music From Other Galaxies & Planets - Don Ellis [1977]
  • SD-18228 -
  • SD-18229 -
  • SD-18230 -
  • SD-18231 - Pele (Soundtrack) - Sergio Mendes [1977]
  • SD-18232 - Mark Farner [11/77]

19100 "Popular" Series[edit]

Atlantic began this series mostly by reissuing its more popular titles.

  • SD-19100 - Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow - Spinners [1977]
  • SD-19101 - Luna Sea - Firefall [1977]
  • SD-19102 - Sweet Passion - Aretha Franklin [1977]
  • SD-19103 - Monkey Island - Geils [1977] Band name is Geils for this album only.
  • SD-19104 - CSN - Crosby Stills and Nash [1977]
  • SD-19105 - Benny and Us - Average White Band and Ben E. King [1977]
  • SD-19106 - Going For the One - Yes [1977]
  • SD-19107 - I Love My Wife - Original Cast [1977] Produced by Cy Coleman. Cast includes Lenny Baker, Joanna Gleason, Ilene Graff, and James Naughton, with the band directed by John Miller.
  • SD-19108 - Ringo the 4th - Ringo Starr [1977]
  • SD-19109 - Foreigner [1977] Reissue of Atlantic SD-18215.
  • SD-19110 - Enigmatic Ocean - Jean-Luc Ponty [1977]
  • SD-19111 - Maximum Stimulation - Jimmy Castor Bunch [1977]
  • SD-19112 - Herbie Mann and Fire Island - Herbie Mann and Fire Island [1977]
  • SD-19113 - Playmates - Small Faces [8/77]
  • SD-19114 - Greatest Hits - Abba [1977] Reissue of Atlantic SD 18189.
  • SD-19115 - Arrival - Abba [1977] Reissue of Alantic SD-18207.
  • SD-19116 - Average White Band - Average White Band [1977] Reissue of Atlantic SD-7308.
  • SD-19117 - Crosby Stills and Nash - Crosby Stills and Nash [1977] Reissue of Atlantic SD-8229.
  • SD-19118 - Deja Vu - Crosby Stills and Nash [1977] Reissue of Atlantic SD-7200.
  • SD-19119 - So Far - Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young [1977] Reissue of Atlantic SD- 18100.
  • SD-19120 - Emerson Lake and Palmer [1977] Reissue of Cotillion SD-9040.
  • SD-19121 - Tarkus - Emerson Lake and Palmer [1977] Reissue of Cotillion SD-9900.
  • SD-19122 - Pictures At An Exhibition - Emerson Lake and Palmer [1977] Reissue of Cotillion ELP-66666.
  • SD-19123 - Trilogy - Emerson Lake and Palmer [1977] Reissue of Cotillion SD-9903.
  • SD-19124 - Brain Salad Surgery - Emerson Lake and Palmer [1977] Reissue of Manticore MS-66669.
  • SD-19125 - Firefall - Firefall [1977] Reissue of Atlantic SD-18174.
  • SD-19126 - Led Zeppelin - Led Zeppelin [1977] Reissue of Atlantic SD-8216.
  • SD-19127 - Led Zeppelin II - Led Zeppelin [1977] Reissue of Atlantic SD-8236.
  • SD-19128 - Led Zeppelin III - Led Zeppelin [1977] Reissue of Atlantic SD-7201.
  • SD-19129 - 4 - Led Zeppelin [1977] Reissue of Atlantic SD-7208.
  • SD-19130 - Houses of the Holy - Led Zeppelin [1977] Reissue of Atlantic SD-7255.
  • SD-19131 - The Yes Album - Yes [1977] Reissue of Atlantic SD-8283.
  • SD-19132 - Fragile - Yes [1977] Reissue of Atlantic SD-7211.
  • SD-19133 - Close To the Edge - Yes [1977] Reissue of Atlantic SD-7244.
  • SD-19134 - Yesterdays - Yes [1977] Reissue of Atlantic SD-18103.
  • SD-19135 - Relayer - Yes [1977] Reissue of Atlantic SD-18122.
  • SD-19136 - Imaginary Voyage - Jean Luc Ponty [1977] Reissue of SD-18195.
  • SD-19137 -
  • SD-19138 - Loading Zone - Roy Buchanan [1977] Reissue of Atlantic SD-18219.
  • SD-19139 - Abandoned Luncheonette - Hall and Oates [1977] Reissue of Atlantic SD- 7269.
  • SD-19140 - Eye of the Beholder - Ray Barretto [1977]
  • SD-19141 - I Cry, I Smile - Narada Michael Walden [11/77]
  • SD-19142 - True To Life - Ray Charles [1978]
  • SD-19143 - Hear To Tempt You - Temptations [1977]
  • SD-19144 - Motivation Radio - Steve Hillage [1978]
  • SD-19145 - Love For Sale - Boney M [1978]
  • SD-19146 - Spinners/8 - Spinners [1977]
  • SD-19147 - Works, Volume 2 - Emerson Lake and Palmer [1977]
  • SD-19148 - The Trammps III - Trammps [1977]
  • SD-19149 - Blue Lights In the Basement - Roberta Flack [1977]
  • SD-19150 - Crosby-Nash: Live - Crosby and Nash [1978] Possible reissue of ABC AA-1042.
  • SD-19151 - Broken Blossom - Bette Midler [1977]
  • SD-19152 - Leif Garrett - Leif Garrett [1977]
  • SD-19153 - Chic - Chic [1977]
  • SD-19154 - Killing Me Softly - Roberta Flack [1978] Reissue of Atlantic SD-7271.
  • SD-19155 - In the Court of the Crimson King - King Crimson [1978] Reissue of Atlantic SD-8245.
  • SD-19156 - John Prine - John Prine [1978] Reissue of Atlantic SD-8296.
  • SD-19157 - Welcome To My Nightmare - Alice Cooper [1978] Reissue of Atlantic SD-18130.
  • SD-19158 - Aurora - Jean-Luc Ponty [1978] Reissue of Atlantic SD-18163.
  • SD-19159 - Jan Akkerman - Jan Akkerman [1978]
  • SD-19160 - Make It Good - Prince Philllip Mitchell [3/78]
  • SD-19161 - Almighty Fire - Aretha Franklin [1978]
  • SD-19162 - Warmer Communications - Average White Band [1978]
  • SD-19163 - Pastiche - Manhattan Transfer [1978]
  • SD-19164 - The Album - Abba [1978]
  • SD-19165 - Fotomaker - Fotomaker [1978]
  • SD-19166 - Boz Scaggs - Boz Scaggs [3/78] Reissue of Atlantic SD-8239.
  • SD-19167 - Still Here - Ian Thomas Band [1978]
  • SD-19168 - A Dance Fantasy Inspired by Close Encounters of the Third Kind - Vince Montana [1978]
  • SD-19169 - Brazil-Once Again - Herbie Mann [1978]
  • SD-19170 - You're Not Alone - Roy Buchanan [1978]
  • SD-19171 - 78 In the Shade - Small Faces [10/78]
  • SD-19172 - Richard Wagner - Richard Wagner [1978]
  • SD-19173 - ...And Then There Were Three... - Genesis [1978]
  • SD-19174 - Inner Conflicts - Billy Cobham [1978]
  • SD-19175 - I Wasn't Born Yesterday - Allan Clarke [5/78]
  • SD-19176 - Rings Around the Moon - Carillo [1978]
  • SD-19177 - Sky Blue - Passport [1978]
  • SD-19178 - Live At Montreux - Don Ellis [1978]
  • SD-19179 - The Best of The Spinners - Spinners [1978]
  • SD-19180 - Powerage - AC/DC [1978]
  • SD-19181 - Peter Gabriel - Peter Gabriel [1978]
  • SD-19182 - Feeling My Way - Margie Joseph [1978]
  • SD-19183 - Elan - Firefall [1978]
  • SD-19184 - Strangers - Johnny Bristol [1978]
  • SD-19185 - Bamboo Magic - Chris Hinze [9/78]
  • SD-19186 - Roberta Flack - Roberta Flack [1978]
  • SD-19187 - Infinity Is - Sonny Fortune [1978]
  • SD-19188 - Bare Back - Temptations [1978]
  • SD-19189 - Cosmic Messenger - Jean-Luc Ponty [1978]
  • SD-19190 -
  • SD-19191 - Badlands - Bill Chinnock [1978]
  • SD-19193 - Sunshower - Joachim Kuhn with Jan Akkerman [1978]
  • SD-19194 - The Best of The Trammps - Trammps [1978]
  • SD-19195 - Fork In the Road - Jay Boy Adams [9/78]
  • SD-19196 - No Frills - Mark Farner Band [1979]
  • SD-19197 - Vincent Montana Jr. Presents Goody Goody - Goody Goody [1978]
  • SD-19198 - Can You Feel It - Ray Barretto [1978]
  • SD-19199 - Love and Peace - Ray Charles [1979]
  • SD-19200 - Let Me Live In Your Life - Ben E. King [9/78]
  • SD-19201 - Funk Or Walk - Brides of Funkenstein [1978]
  • SD-19202 - Tormato - Yes [1978]
  • SD-19203 - The Best of David Crosby and Graham Nash - Crosby and Nash [1979] Possible reissue of ABC AA 1102.
  • SD-19204 - Sunbelt - Herbie Mann [1979]
  • SD-19205 -
  • SD-19206 - Joe Brooks Group - Joe Brooks [12/78]
  • SD-19207 - Feel No Fret - Average White Band [1979]
  • SD-19208 - Vis a Vis - Fotomaker [1978]
  • SD-19209 - C'est Chic - Chic [1979]
  • SD-19210 - The Whole World's Dancing - Trammps [1979]
  • SD-19211 - Love Beach - Emerson, Lake and Palmer [1978]
  • SD-19212 - If You Want Blood You've Got It - AC/DC [1978]
  • SD-19213 - Patrick Adams Presents - Phreek [1979]
  • SD-19214 - Midnight Rhythm - Midnight Rhythm [2/79]
  • SD-19215 - I Love Music - Vince Montana [1979]
  • SD-19216 - Disco Extravaganza, Phase 1 - George Bussey [1979]
  • SD-19217 - Briefcase Full of Blues - Blues Brothers [1978]
  • SD-19218 -
  • SD-19219 - From Here To Eternally - Spinners [1979]
  • SD-19220 - The Final Thing - Joe Fleming [1979]
  • SD-19221 - Super Mann - Herbie Mann [1979]
  • SD-19222 - Awakening - Narada Michael Walden [1979]
  • SD-19223 - Midnight Rendezvous - Tasha Thomas [1979]
  • SD-19224 - Come Down To Earth - Energetics [1979]
  • HT-19225 - Magic Man - Broadway [5/79] This album is on the Hilltak label.
  • HT-19226 - Choice - Gary Dalton & Kent Dubarri [1979] This album is on the Hilltak label.
  • HT 19227 - All This For A Song - The Guess Who [1979] This album is on the Hilltak label.
  • SD-19228 - Under Heaven Over Hell - Streetheart [1979]
  • SD-19229 - Live - Jean-Luc Ponty [1979]
  • SD-19230 - Perspective - Stefan Grossman [1979]
  • SD-19231 - Top of the Line - Prince Phillip Mitchell [6/79]
  • SD-19232 - Grey Ghost - Henry Paul Band [1979]
  • SD-19233 - Garden of Eden - Passport [1979]
  • SD-19234 - Best of The J. Geils Band - J. Geils Band [1979]
  • SD-19235 - Street of Dreams - Carillo [1979]
  • SD-19236 - Flee - The Jeremy Spencer Band [6/79]
  • SD-19237 - I Love to Dance - Kleeer [6/79]
  • SD-19238 - Best of Billy Cobham - Billy Cobham [1979]
  • SD-19239 - With Sound Reason - Sonny Fortune [1979]
  • SD-19240 - Fire on the Tracks - The Cate Bros. Band [1979]
  • SD-19241 - Live - Jan Akkerman [6/79]
  • SD-19242 - Fickle Heart - Sniff 'N' the Tears [1979]
  • SD-19243 - The Steve Howe Album - Steve Howe [1979]
  • SD-19244 - Highway To Hell - AC/DC [1979]
  • SD-19245 - Music Man - Revanche [10/79]
  • SD-19246 - Transfer Station - Fotomaker [1979]
  • SD-19247 -
  • SD-19248 - La Diva - Aretha Franklin [1979]
  • SD-19249 - The Day the Earth Caught Fire - City Boy [1979]
  • SD-19250 - Cerrone V-Angelina - Cerrone [11/79]
  • SD-19251 - Ain't It So - Ray Charles [1979]
  • SD-19252 - Yellow Fever - Herbie Mann [1980]
  • SD-19253 - A Taste For Passion - Jean-Luc Ponty [1979]
  • SD-19254 - Say Blow By Blow Backwards - Fred Wesley and Horny Horns [1979]
  • SD-19255 - In Concert - Emerson Lake and Palmer [1979]
  • SD-19256 - Dancin' and Lovin' - Spinners [1979]
  • SD-19257 -
  • SD-19258 - Extensions - Manhattan Transfer [1979]
  • SD-19259 - The Dance Of Life - Narada Michael Walden [1979]
  • SD-19260 - Therfu - Turley Richards [1980]
  • SD-19261 - Never Buy Texas From a Cowboy - Brides of Funkenstein [1980]
  • SD-19262 - Winners - Kleeer [1980]
  • SD-19263 - On - Off Broadway usa [1980]
  • SD-19264 -
  • SD-19265 - Oceanliner - Passport [1980]
  • SD-19266 - Volume VIII - Average White Band [1980]
  • SD-19267 - Mixin' It Up - Trammps [1979]
  • SD-19268 - Laurie and the Sighs - Laurie and the Sighs [5/80]
  • SD-19269 - Music Trance - Ben E. King [1980]
  • SD-19270 - Love Trippin' - Spinners [1980]
  • SD-19271 - After the Roses - Kenny Rankin [1980]
  • SD-19272 - The Game's Up - Sniff 'N' the Tears [1980]
  • SD-19273 - Feel the Heat - Henry Paul Band [1980]
  • SD-19274 - Broken Home - Broken Home [1980]
  • SD-19275 - Stones - Dan Seals [1980]
  • WTG19276 - Ready An' Willing - Whitesnake [1980]
  • SD-19277 - Selling England By the Pound - Genesis [1980] Reissue of Charisma CAS 6060.
  • SD-19278 - In Performance - Donny Hathaway [1980]
  • SD-19279 - Victory - Narada Michael Walden [1980]
  • WTG19280 - Rock 'N' Roll Outlaw - Rose Tattoo [1980]
  • SD-19281 - Brother Ray Is At It Again! - Ray Charles [1980]
  • SD-19282 - Hands in the Till - Fortress [1981]
  • SD-19283 - The Best of Emerson Lake and Palmer - Emerson Lake and Palmer [1980]
  • SD-19284 - Best of the J. Geils Band Two - J. Geils Band [11/80]
  • SD-19285 - Heads Are Rolling - City Boy [1980]
  • SD-19286 - Quick Turns - Off Broadway usa [11/80]
  • SD-19287 - Free Fall - Alvin Lee Band [1980]
  • SD-19288 - License To Dream - Kleeer [1981]
  • SD-19289 - Branigan - Laura Branigan [1982]
  • SD-19290 - Slipping Out - Trammps [1981]
  • WTG19291 - House Of Music - T.S. Monk [1981] The label on this album is Mirage.
  • WTG19292 - Live... In The Heart Of The City - Whitesnake [1980] The label on this two record set is Mirage.
  • SD-19293 - Rocket 88 - Rocket 88 [1981]
  • SD-19294 - Love Keys - Eddie Kendricks [8/81]
  • SD-19295 - Warhead - More [1981]
  • SD-19296 - Ullanda McCullough -Ullanda McCollough [1981]
  • WTG19297 - Rock Away - Phoebe Snow [1981] The label on this album is Mirage.
  • SD-19298 -
  • SD-19299 - ZED [1981]
  • SD-19300 - Street Tough - Ben E. King [4/81]
  • SD-19301 - Miracles - Change [1981]
  • SD-19302 - Iron Age - Mother's Finest [1981]
  • SD-19303 - Stand Back - April Wine [1981] Reissue of Big Tree BT 89506.
  • SD-19304 - Blue Tattoo - Passport [1981]
  • RR-19305 - The Meadows - Meadows [1981] The label on this album is Radio Records.
  • SD-19306 - RX5 - Alvin Lee [10/81]
  • SD-19307 - Kix [1981]
  • SD-19308 - Gwen McCrae - Gwen McCrae [1981]
  • SD-19309 - Dr. Rhythm - M-Zee Band [1981]
  • WTG19310 - Rage - Rage [1981] The label is Carrere/Mirage.
  • SD-19311 - Coup De Grace - Mink DeVille [1981]
  • WTG19312 - Assault And Battery - Rose Tattoo [1981] The label on this album is Mirage.
  • SD-19313 - Abacab - Genesis [1981]
  • RR 19314 - Stars On Long Play II - Stars On [1981]
  • RY-19315 - Watts in a Tank - Diesel [1981] The label on this album is Regency.
  • SD-19316 - The Best of Firefall - Firefall [1981]
  • SD-19317 - The Best of Roberta Flack - Roberta Flack [1981]
  • SD-19318 - Can't Shake This Feelin' - Spinners [1981]
  • SD-19319 - The Best of The Manhattan Transfer [1981]
  • SD-19320 - Classic Yes [1981] Includes a bonus 7" single.
  • RR-19321 - The All Sports Band [1981] The label on this album is Radio Records.
  • SD-19322 -
  • SD-19323 - Take It Off - Chic [1981]
  • WTG19324 - More Of The Good Life - T.S. Monk [1981]
  • SD-19325 - Anytime - Henry Paul Band [1981]
  • SD-19326 - A Place For My Stuff! - George Carlin [1981]
  • WTG19327 - New York Cake - Kano [1981] The label on this album is Mirage.
  • SD-19328 - Get On Up and Do It Again - Suzy Q [4/82]
  • SD-19329 -
  • SD-19330 - This Must Be Heaven - Jerry Carr [1981] This is on the Cheri label.
  • SD-19331 - Best of the Blues Brothers [1981]
  • SD-19332 - The Visitors - Abba [1981]
  • SD-19333 - Mystical Adventures - Jean-Luc Ponty [1982]
  • SD-19334 - Taste The Music - Kleeer [1982]
  • RR-19335 - Growing In The Dark - Glass Moon [1982] The label on this album is Radio.
  • SD-19336 - Harbinger - Dan Seals [1982]
  • SD-19337 - Mondo Rock Chemistry - Mondo Rock [1982]
  • SD-19338 - Adventures In Clubland - Modern Romance [1982]
  • SD-19339 - Blood and Thunder - More [7/82]
  • SD-19340 -
  • WTG19341 - Snack Attack - Godley & Creme [1982] The label on this album is Mirage.
  • SD-19342 - Sharing Your Love - Change [1982]
  • SD-19343 - Voggue - Voggue [1982]
  • SD-19344 - One To One - Carole King [1982]
  • SD-19345 - Glorious Fool - John Martyn [1982]
  • SD-19346 - Recorded Live - Otis Redding [1982]
  • SD-19347 - Angst In My Pants - Sparks [1982]
  • SD-19348 - Das Boot - Soundtrack [1982]
  • RR-19349 - Stars On Long Play III - Stars On [1982] The label on this album is Radio.
  • SD-19350 - Sippie Wallace - Sippie Wallace [1982]
  • SD-19351 - Confidence - Narada Michael Walden [1982]
  • SD-19352 -
  • WTG19353 - Soup For One (Soundtrack) - Various Artists [1982] The label on this album is Mirage.
  • SD-19354 - I'm the One - Roberta Flack [1981]
  • SD-19355 - Animation - Jon Anderson [1982]
  • RR-19356 - The Instructions [1982] The label on this album is Radio Records.
  • WTG19357 - Exposed - Schneider with the Kick [1982] The label on this album is Mirage.
  • SD-19358 - Face to Face - Gino Soccio [1982]
  • SD-19359 -
  • SD-19360 - Daylight Again - Crosby Stills and Nash [1982]
  • SD-19361 - Ph.D - Ph.D [1982]
  • SD-19362 -
  • SD-19363 - Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan (Soundtrack) - James Horner [1982]
  • SD-19364 - Hot on the Clue -New York Express [1982]
  • SD-19365 - Nugent - Ted Nugent [1982]

16000 "Popular" Series[edit]

  • SD-16000 - Voulez-Vous - Abba [1979]
  • SD-16001 - The Muppet Movie (Soundtrack) - Muppets [1979]
  • SS-16002 - In Through the Out Door - Led Zeppelin [1979] The label on this album is Swan Song.
  • SD-16003 - Risqué - Chic [1979]
  • SD-16004 - Thighs and Whispers - Bette Midler [1979]
  • SD-16005 -
  • SD-16006 - Undertow - Firefall [1980]
  • SD-16007 -
  • SB-16008 - Same Goes For You - Leif Garrett [1979] The label on this album is Scotti Brothers.
  • SD-16009 - Greatest Hits, Vol. 2 - Abba [1979]
  • SD-16010 - The Rose (Soundtrack) - Bette Midler [1979]
  • SD-16011 - Les Plus Grands Succès De Chic: Chic's Greatest Hits - Chic [1979]
  • SD-16012 - Love Somebody Today - Sister Sledge [1980] The label on this album is Cotillion.
  • SD-16013 - Roberta Flack Featuring Donny Hathaway [1980]
  • SD-16014 - Duke - Genesis [1980]
  • COC16015 - Emotional Rescue - Rolling Stones [1980] The label on this album is Rolling Stones.
  • SD-16016 - Real People - Chic [1980]
  • SD-16017 - The Blues Brothers (Soundtrack) [1980]
  • SD-16018 - Back In Black - AC/DC [1980]
  • SD-16019 - Drama - Yes [1980]
  • SD-16020 - Civilized Evil - Jean-Luc Ponty [1980]
  • SD-16021 - Song of Seven - Jon Anderson [1980]
  • SD-16022 - Bette Midler In Divine Madness (Soundtrack) [1980]
  • SD-16023 - Super Trouper - Abba [1980]
  • SD-16024 - Clouds Across the Sun - Firefall [1980]
  • SD-16025 - Made in America - Blues Brothers [1980]
  • SD-16026 - Replay - Crosby Stills and Nash [1980]
  • SD-16027 - All American Girls - Sister Sledge [1981] The label on this album is Cotillion.
  • COC16028 - Sucking in the Seventies - Rolling Stones [1981] The label on this album is Rolling Stones.
  • SD-16029 - Face Value - Phil Collins [1981]
  • RR-16030 - Say No More - Badfinger [1981] The label on this album is Radio.
  • SD-16031 - Live At Montreax - Mingus Dynasty [1981]
  • SD-16032 - Labor of Love - Spinners [1981]
  • SD-16033 - Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap - AC/DC [1981]
  • SS-16034 - Twangin' - Dave Edmunds [1981]
  • SD-16035 -
  • SD-16036 - Mecca For Moderns - Manhattan Transfer [1981]
  • SD-16037 - Songs of the Beatles - Sarah Vaughan [1981]
  • WTG16038 - In The World - G.E. Smith [1981] The label on this album is Mirage.
  • SD-16039 -
  • SD-16040 - All Toys Break - Elusion [1981]
  • SD-16041 - Brother Luck - ADC Band [1981]
  • SD-16042 - Closer - Gino Soccio [1981]
  • WTG16043 - Come an' Get It - Whitesnake [1981] The label on this album is Mirage.
  • RR-16044 - Stars On Long Play - Stars On [1981] The label on this album is Radio.
  • RR-16045 - Lonnie Youngblood - Lonnie Youngblood [1981] The label on this album is Radio.
  • SD-16046 - Mellow - Herbie Mann [1981]
  • SD-16047 - The Great Muppet Caper - Muppets [1981]
  • SS-16048 - Sad Café [1981] The label on this album is Swan Song.
  • SD-16049 - With You - Stacy Lattisaw [1981] The label on this album is Cotillion.
  • RR-16050 - Seasons - Max Werner [1981] The label on this album is Radio.
  • WTG16051 - The Night The Lights Went Out In Georgia (Soundtrack) - Various Artists [1981] The label on this album is Mirage.
  • COC16052 - Tattoo You - Rolling Stones [1981] Label is on this album is Rolling Stones.

Multiple-album sets[edit]

Unlike many other labels, Atlantic issued multiple-LP sets in a special series. In fact, there were many of these special series, each with its own slant from the prospective of the Atlantic catalog makers.

Atlantic 2-300 Jazz Series
  • SD-2-300 - The Evolution of Mann - Herbie Mann [1973] (2-LP set)
  • SD-2-301 - The Art of the Modern Jazz Quartet - Modern Jazz Quartet [1973] (2-LP set)
  • SD-2-302 - The Art of Charles Mingus: The Atlantic Years
  • SD-2-303 - The Art of Rahsaan Roland Kirk - Art of Rahsaan Roland Kirk [1973] (2-LP set)
  • SD2-304 - The Great Paris Concert - Duke Ellington [1973] (2-LP set)
  • SD-2-305 - Inner Space - Chick Corea [1974] (2-LP set)
  • SD-2-306 - The Commodore Years - Coleman Hawkins and Frank Wess [8/73] (2-LP set)
  • SD-2-307 - The Commodore Years - Lester Young, Chu Berry, Ben Webster [8/73] (2- LP set)
  • SD-2-308 - The Commodore Years - Jelly Roll Morton: New Orleans Memories and Last Band Dates
  • SD-2-309 - The Commodore Years - Eddie Condon [1974] (2-LP set)
  • SD-2-310 -
  • SD-2-311 - Excursions - Eddie Harris [8/73] (2-LP set)
  • SD-2-312 - Live At Montreux - Les McCann [8/73] (2-LP set)
  • SD-2-313 - The Art of John Coltrane - John Coltrane [8/73] (2-LP set)
  • SD-2-314 - The Art of Freddie Hubbard - Freddie Hubbard [8/73] (2-LP set)
  • SD-2-315 - The Art of Hank Crawford - Hank Crawford [8/73] (2-LP set)
  • SD-2-316 - The Jazz Years-25th Anniversary - Mose Allison [8/73] (2-LP set)
  • SD-2-317 - The Art of Dave Brubeck: The Fantasy Years - Dave Brubeck [8/75] (2-LP set)
  • SD-2-318 -
  • SD-2-319 - The Art of Milt Jackson (The Atlantic Years) - Milt Jackson [8/75] (2-LP set)
  • SD-2-320 -
  • SD-2-321 - Turn of the Century - Gary Burton [1973] (2-LP set)

[SD-2-400 series used for Atco label]

Atlantic 2-500 Soul Series

This is a series of 2-LP sets.

  • SD-2-500 - Heavy Soul - Various Artists [1972] (2-LP set)
  • SD-2-501 - Wilson Pickett's Greatest Hits - Wilson Pickett [1973] (2-LP set)
  • SD-2-502 - Ann Arbor Blues and Jazz Festival - Various Artists [1973] (2-LP set)
  • SD-2-503 - Live - Ray Charles [1973] (2-LP set)
  • SD-2-504 - The Atlantic Soul Years - Various Artists [1973] (2-LP set)
  • SD-2-505 -
  • SD-2-506 -
  • SD-2-507 - Live - Blow Your Face Out - J. Geils Band [1976] (2-LP set)
  • SD-2-508 - Live At CGBG's - Various Artists [1976] (2-LP set)
  • SD-2-509 - Tomorrow Barretto Live - Ray Barretto [1977] (2-LP set)
  • SD-2-510 - Yesshows - Yes [12/80] (2-LP set)
Atlantic 2-600 Jazz Series

This is an early series of 2-LP sets that lay dormant for a decade before being revived in the 1970s.

  • 2-601 - Chris Connor Sings George Gershwin - Chris Connor [7/57] Two record set of Atlantic 1309 and 1310.
  • 2-602 - The Art of Mabel Mercer - Mabel Mercer [1/58] (2-LP set)
  • 2-603/SD-2-603 - European Concert - Modern Jazz Quartet [1961] Two record set of Atlantic SD-1385 and SD-1386.
  • 2-604/SD-2-604 - Mabel Mercer and Bobby Short At Town Hall - Mabel Mercer and Bobby Short (2-LP set)
  • SD-2-605 - Tootsie - Herbie Mann (2-LP set)
  • SD-2-606 - Bobby Short Loves Cole Porter - Bobby Short [1971] (2-LP set)
  • SD-2-607 - Mad About Noël Coward - Bobby Short [1972] (2-LP set)
  • SD-2-608 - K-Ra-Zy For Gershwin - Bobby Short [1973] (2-LP set)
  • SD-2-609 - Bobby Short Live At the Cafe Carlyle - Bobby Short [7/74]
  • SD-2-610 - Bobby Short Celebrates Rodgers and Hart - Bobby Short [1975] (2-LP set)

[SD-2-700 and SD-2-800 series were used for the Atco label.]

Atlantic 2-900 Popular Series

This is a series of 2-LP sets.

  • 2-900 - Ray Charles Story - Ray Charles [1962] (2-LP set) This album combines 8063 The Ray Charles Story, Volume 1 and 8064 The Ray Charles Story, Volume 2 in a two album package with a gatefold sleeve.
  • SD-2-901 - Freedom Suite - Young Rascals [1969] (2-LP set)
  • SD-2-902 - 4 Way Street - Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young [1971] (2-LP set)
  • SD-2-903 - Manassas - Stephen Stills [1972] (2-LP set)
  • SD-2-904 - Great American Songbook - Carmen McRae [1972] (2-LP set)
  • SD-2-905 - The Giants of Jazz - Various Artists [1972] (2-LP set)
  • SD-2-906 - Amazing Grace - Aretha Franklin [1972] (2-LP set)
  • SD-2-907 - Bright Moments - Rahsaan Roland Kirk [2/74] (2-LP set)
  • SD-2-908 - Tales From Topographic Oceans - Yes [1974] (2-LP set)
  • SD-2-909 - The Last Concert - Modern Jazz Quartet [1974] (2-LP set)
  • SD-2-910 - Spinners Live! [1975](2-LP set)
Atlantic 2-1000 Jazz Series

This is a series of 2-LP sets.

  • SD-2-1000 - Jaques Brel is Alive and Well and Living in Paris (Soundtrack) - Francois Rauber [1968] (2-LP set)
  • SD-2-1001 - 10 years Hence - Yusef Lateef [8/75] (2-LP set)
  • SD-2-1002 - Person To Person - Average White Band [1976] (2-LP set)
  • SD-2-1003 - The Vibration Continues - Rahssan Roland Kirk [3/78] (2-LP set)
Atlantic 2-2000 Popular Series

This is a series of 2-LP sets.

  • SD-2-2000 - Three Sides Live - Genesis [1982] (2-LP set)
  • SD-2-2001 -
  • SD-2-2002 - Seconds Out - Genesis [1982?] (2-LP set) Reissue of Atlantic SD 2-9002.
Atlantic 2-3000 Jazz Series

These are 2-LP sets.

  • SD-2-3000 - Atlantic Family Live at Montreux - Various Artists [7/78] (2-LP set)
  • SD-2-3001 - Charles Mingus at Antibes - Charles Mingus [2/80] (2-LP set)
Atlantic 2-4000 Blues Series

A short series of blues and fusion music.

  • SD-2-4000 - Sneak Attack - Buddy Miles Regiment [8/81] (2-LP set)
  • SD-2-4001 - Last Mardi Gras - Professor Longhair [1982]
  • SD-2-4002
  • SD-2-4003 - Young Blood - The Coasters [1982]
Atlantic 2-7000 Popular Series

These are 2-LP sets.

  • SD-2-7000 - Works, Volume 1 - Emerson Lake and Palmer [1977] (2-LP set)
  • SD-2-7001
  • SD-2-7002
  • SD-2-7003 - Requiem - Lennie Tristano [1977] (2-LP set)
  • SD-2-7004 - Live and More - Roberta Flack and Peabo Bryson [1980]
  • SD-2-7005 - Concerts for the People of Kampuchea - Various Artists [1981] (2-LP set) All tracks live and in stereo.
  • SD-2-7006 - Lennie Tristano Quartet - Lennie Tristano Quartet [2/82] (2-LP set)
Atlantic 2-9000 Series

These are 2-LP sets.

  • SD-2-9000 - Live At Last - Bette Midler [1977] (2-LP set)
  • SD-2-9001
  • SD-2-9002 - Seconds Out - Genesis [1977] (2-LP set)
Atlantic Three and Four Record Sets
  • SD-3-100 - Yessongs - Yes [1973]
  • SD-100 - A Tribute on the Occasion of Her 75th Birthday - Mabel Mercer [1/75] (4-LP set)
  • SD-3-600 - Passions of a Man - Charles Mingus [6/78] (3-LP set)

Miscellaneous[edit]

ATLANTIC ALBUM DISCOGRAPHY, PART 12

Atlantic 3000 Jazz Series
  • SD-3001 - Bagpipe Blues - Rufus Harley [1965]
  • SD-3002 - Honeybuns - Duke Pearson Nonet [1966]
  • SD-3003 - Portrait in Soul - Valerie Capers [1966]
  • SD-3004 - Money in the Pocket - Joe Zawinul [1966]
  • SD-3005 - Prairie Dog - Duke Pearson [1966]
  • SD-3006 - Scotch and Soul - Rufus Harley [1966]
  • SD-3007 - Here Comes the Whistleman - Roland Kirk [1967]
  • SD-3008 - Deuces Wild - Sonny Stitt [1967]
Atlantic 4000 Poetry Series
  • SD-4001 - Allen Ginsberg Reads Kaddish - Allen Ginsberg [1966]
Atlantic 7100 Stereo-Only Series
Atlantic/Stax 7700 Reissue Series

Atlantic did reissue most of the Stax 700 album series with the same cover graphics and song lineup. See the Stax Discography for details of the albums. Atlantic added a 7 in front of the original Stax number.

  • SD-7701 - Green Onions - Booker T. and the MG's Reissue of Stax 701.
  • SD-7704 - Walking the Dog - Rufus Thomas Reissue of Stax 704.
  • SD-7705 - Soul Dressing - Booker T. and the MG's Reissue of Stax 705.
  • SD-7706 - Comfort Me - Carla Thomas Reissue of Stax 706.
  • SD-7707 - Great Memphis Sound - Mar-Keys Reissue of Stax 707.
  • SD-7708 - Hold on I'm Comin' - Sam and Dave Reissue of Stax 708.
  • SD-7709 - Carla - Carla Thomas Reissue of Stax 709.
  • SD-7710 - Memphis Gold - Various Artists Reissue of Stax 710.
  • SD-7711 - And Now - Booker T. and the MG's Reissue of Stax 711.
  • SD-7712 - Double Dynamite - Sam and Dave Reissue of Stax 712.
  • SD-7713 - In the Christmas Spirit - Booker T. and the MG's Reissue of Stax 713.
  • SD-7714 - Knock on Wood - Eddie Floyd Reissue of Stax 714.
  • SD-7715 - Wanted One Soul Singer - Johnnie Taylor Reissue of Stax 715.
  • SD-7716 - King and Queen - Otis Redding and Carla Thomas Reissue of Stax 716.
  • SD-7717 - Hip Hugger - Booker T. and the MG's Reissue of Stax 717.
  • SD-7718 - The Queen Alone - Carla Thomas Reissue of Stax 718.
  • SD-7719 - Soul of a Bell - William Bell Reissue of Stax 719.
  • SD-7720 - Back To Back - Mar-Keys and Booker T and the MG's Reissue of Stax 720.
  • SD-7721 - Live In London Volume 1 - Various Artists Reissue of Stax 721.
  • SD-7722 - Live In London Volume 2 - Various Artists Reissue of Stax 722.
  • SD-7723 - Born Under a Bad Sign - Albert King Reissue of Stax 723.
  • SD-7724 - Doin' Our Thing - Booker T. and the MG's Reissue of Stax 724.
  • SD-7725 - Soul Men - Sam and Dave Reissue of Stax 725.
  • SD-7726 - Memphis Gold Volume 2 - Various Artists Reissue of Stax 726.
Atlantic-Atco Sampler
  • AT-1/ATSD-1 - Atlantic-Atco All-Star Showcase - Various Artists [1965]
The Atlantic Group

This lone record was issued on the Atlantic Group label. The label is red with "ATLANTIC GROUP" above the center hole. Below is the Atlantic Group logo, a black circle with "Dial" in yellow, "STAX" in green and "ATLANTIC" in red.

  • SD-501 - The Super Hits - Various Artists [1967]
Special Numbers

R-001 –R-027 "Religious"[edit]

As would any major record label, Atlantic had, from 1967 to 1970, a numbering system solely devoted to gospel music and sermons.

  • SD R-001 - Perspectives in Gospel - Garden State Choir [1967]
  • SD R-002 - Presenting the Mighty Clouds of Harmony - Mighty Clouds of Harmony [1967]
  • SD R-003 - Hark the Voice - Sondra Williams [1967]
  • SD R-004 - Walter Arties Chorale Sings Jewels of Faith - Walter Arties Chorale [1967]
  • SD R-005 - Shine on Me - Harmonizing Four [1967]
  • SD R-006 - World's Greatest Gospel Organist - Alfred Bolden [1967]
  • SD R-007 - When I've Done the Best I Can - Gospel Chimes [1967]
  • SD R-008 - Gospel "Blessed With Soul" - Institutional Church of God in Christ [1967]
  • SD R-009 - Presenting George Hines and the Gospel Winds - George Hines and the Gospel Winds [1968]
  • SD R-010 - "In" Time - Garden State Choir [1968]
  • SD R-011 - Didn't It Rain - Mighty Clouds of Harmony [1968]
  • SD R-012 - Gospel Bliss - Richburg Singers [1968]
  • SD R-013 - 40 Years of Singing Gospel - Harmonizing Four [1968]
  • SD R-014 - Joy - Helen Robinson Youth Choir [1968]
  • SD R-015 - Holy and Righteous - Utterbach Concert Ensemble [1968]
  • SD R-016 - Lift Every Voice and Sing - Stars of Virginia [1968]
  • SD R-017 - His Name Is Wonderful - Walter Arties Chorale [1968]
  • SD R-018 - Gospel's Queen - Gloria Griffin [1968]
  • SD R-019 - We Shall Overcome - Alfred Bolden [1969]
  • SD R-020 - A Stirring Message - Rev. Edmond Blair [1968]
  • SD R-021 -
  • SD R-022 - Gospel Erupts - Garden State Choir [1969]
  • SD R-023 - Gospel "Plus" - Mighty Clouds of Harmony [1969]
  • SD R-024 - Jimmy Ellis with the Riverview Spiritual Singers - Jimmy Ellis [10/69]
  • SD R-025 - Running For My Life - CYC Community Youth Choir [1969]
  • SD R-026 - Tommie, Lonnie and Me - Harmonizing Four [1970]
  • SD R-027 - George Hines and the Gospel Winds - George Hines and the Gospel Winds [1970]

Promotional records[edit]

Promotional or deejay records were issued regularly over the years. They were usually issued with white labels with black print in the same graphical designs as their commercial counterparts.

In addition, Atlantic issued a series of promotional albums using a 100 series. These are listed below, in an incomplete list.

  • LS-ST-119 - Atco Records Promotional LP for Record Department-In-Store-Play - New York Rock and Roll Ensemble/Cream [1968] This record has one side containing selections from Atco 33-240, "The New York Rock and Roll Ensemble" and the Cream album Atco 2-700 "Wheels of Fire".
  • TL-ST-121 - Atlantic Records Promotional LP for Record Department-In-Store-Play - Aretha Franklin/Rascals [1968] This record has one sode containing selections from Atlantic LP8126 "Aretha Now" and the Rascals LP 8190 "Time Peace Greatest Hits".
  • TL-ST-124 - Atco Records Promotional LP for Record Department In-Store Play - King Curtis and Buffalo Springfield [1968] This record has one side containing selections from King Curtis Atco LP 33-247 "Sweet Soul" and Buffalo Springfield's Atco LP 33-256 "Last Time Around".
  • TL-ST-129 - Atlantic Records Promotional LP for Record Department-In-Store-Play - Booker T. and the MG's/Various Artists [1968] This record has one side containing selections from Atlantic LP 8202, "The Best of Booker T. and the MG's" and the various artists album Atlantic LP 8203 "Super Hits, Volume 3".
  • TL-ST-131 - Atco Records Promotional LP for Record Department-In-Store-Play - Otis Redding/King Curtis [1967] This record has one side containing selections from Otis Redding Atco LP 33-265, "Otis Redding In Person At the Whiskey A Go Go" and King Curtis Atco LP 33-266 "The Best of King Curtis".
  • TL-ST-132 - Atlantic Records Promotional LP for Record Department-In-Store-Play - Aretha Franklin/Archie Bell and the Drells [1968] This record has one side containing selections from Aretha Franklin Atlantic LP 8207, "Aretha In Paris" and Archie Bell and the Drells Atlantic LP 8204 "I Can't Stop Dancing".
  • TL-ST-133 - Atlantic-Atco Records Promotional LP for Record Department-In-Store-Play - Booker T. and the MG's/Various Artists [1968] This record has one side containing selections from Stax LP 713 "In the Christmas Spirit" by Booker T. and the MG's and the other side selections from Atco LP 33 269 "Soul Christmas". Album has white promo labels, cover has a picture of the second version of Stax LP 713 (Santa cover) and Atco LP 33-269. A DJ introduces the songs on each side.
  • TL-ST-134 - Atlantic Records Promotional LP for Record Department-In-Store-Play - Aretha Franklin/Clarence Carter [1968] This record has one side containing selections from Aretha Franklin Atlantic LP 8212 "Soul '69" and Clarence Carter Atlantic LP 8199 "The Dynamic Clarence Carter".
  • TL-ST-135 - Atlantic Records Promotional LP for Record Department-In-Store-Play - Led Zeppelin/Dusty Springfield [1969] This record has one side containing selections from Dusty Springfield Atlantic LP 8214 "Dusty In Memphis" and Led Zeppelin Atlantic LP 8216 "Led Zeppelin".
  • SP-137 - Freedom Suite Sampler - Rascals [1969]
  • PR-160 - Pete Townshend Talks To and About Thunderclap Newman - Pete Townshend [1970] Label is Track.
  • PR-164 - Interview with Mick Jagger by Tom Donahue - Mick Jagger [1971] This promotional release is on the Rolling Stones record label.
  • PR-165 - Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young Month Celebration Copy - Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young [1971]
  • PR-170 - Whatever's Fair! Atlantic's Soul Explosion '72 - Various Artists [1972] Two record set with white labels.
  • PR-180 - Heavies for January from Atlantic, Atco & RSO - Various Artists [1973]
  • PR-202 - Stop in the Name of Love - Hollies [1983] 12 Inch promo single, same song both sides
  • PR-260 - Yes Solo LP Sampler - Yes [1976]
  • PR-277 - Works, Volume 1 Sampler - Emerson, Lake and Palmer [1977]
  • PR-278 - Westbound LP Sampler - Various Artists [1977]
  • PR-281 - On Tour With Emerson, Lake and Palmer - Emerson Lake & Palmer [1979]
  • PR-285 - Yes Music: An Evening with Jon Anderson - Yes [1977]
  • PR-291 - Reggae on Broadway - Bob Marley and the Wailers [1981] 12 Inch single, same song on both sides.
  • PR-300 - Abba - Abba [1978]
  • PR-387 - Keep the Fire Burning - Gwen McCrae [1982] 12 Inch single, same song on both sides.
  • PR-388 - Every Night/Lucille - Paul McCartney [1981] 12 Inch single.
  • PR-414 - Chances Are - Bob Marley and the Wailers [1981] 12 Inch single, same song on both sides.
  • PR-420 - As - Jean-Luc Ponty [1982] 12 Inch single, same song on both sides.
  • PR-427 - One to One - Carole King [1982] 12 Inch single, same song on both sides.
  • PR-432 - A Collection of Hits - Abba [1982]
  • PR-436 - The Abba Special - Abba [1983] Two record set.
  • PR-439 - An Introduction to the Classics - Ray Charles, Albert King, Coasters and Professor Longhair [1983]

Related albums[edit]

This section includes some of the Atlantic-Related albums, among them, the only album on National Records, and non-US reissues.

NATIONAL LABEL DISCOGRAPHY

National Records was founded in 1944 by Al Green. The company was located at 1841 Broadway in New York City. The output of the label was pop, R&B, jazz, country and western, and gospel. A&R for the label was handled by Herb Abramson, Lee Magid and Bob Shad. The National Record catalog was acquired by Savoy Records in September 1957. There was only one LP released on the label.

  • NLP-2001 - Billy Eckstine - Billy Eckstine [10/49] This was a 10 inch album. Prisoner of Love/All of Me/Cottage for Sale/Without a Song/others
RELATED ALBUMS

ATLANTIC (France)

  • 40 252 - Formidable Rhythm N Blues, Volume 1 - Various Artists [1972] Issued in mono only.
  • 40 253 - Formidable Rhythm N Blues, Volume 2 - Various Artists [1972] Issued in mono only.
  • 40 254 - Formidable Rhythm N Blues, Volume 3 - Various Artists [1972] Issued in mono only.
  • 40 255 - Formidable Rhythm N Blues, Volume 4 - Various Artists [1972] Issued in mono only.
  • 40 256 - Formidable Rhythm N Blues, Volume 5 - Various Artists [1972] Issued in mono only.
  • 40 258 - Formidable Rhythm N Blues, Volume 8 - Various Artists [1972] Issued in mono only.
  • 40 259 - Formidable Rhythm N Blues, Volume 9 - Various Artists [1972] Issued in mono only.
  • 40 260 - Formidable Rhythm N Blues, Volume 10 - Various Artists [1972] Issued in mono only.
  • 40 261 - Formidable Rhythm N Blues, Volume 11 - Various Artists [1972] Issued in mono only.
  • 40 570 - Formidable Rhythm N Blues, Volume 7 - Various Artists [1972] Issued in mono only.
  • 40 659 - Formidable Rhythm N Blues, Volume 6 - Various Artists [1972] Issued in mono only.

ATLANTIC (Germany)

  • ATL 20 034 - Heavy & Alive - Various Artists [1972]
  • ATL 50 734 - Sweet Soul Music - Various Artists [1981]
  • ATL 50 836 - Sweet Soul Music, Volume 2 - Various Artists [1981]

ATLANTIC (Japan)

  • P-4579 - Drifters Golden Hits - Drifters. Reissue of Atlantic 8153 with the same cover graphics.
  • P-4580 - Rock and Roll - Ray Charles. Reissue of Atlantic 8006 with the same cover graphics.
  • P-4581 - Rock and Roll - La Vern Baker. Reissue of Atlantic 8007 with the same cover graphics.
  • P-4582 - New Orleans Piano - Professor Longhair. Reissue of Atco SD-7225.
  • P-4583 - The Coasters. Reissue of Atco 33-101 with the same cover graphics.
  • P-4584 - Clyde - Clyde McPhatter. Reissue of Atlantic 8031 with the same cover graphics.
  • P-4585 - Rock and Roll - Ruth Brown. Reissue of Atlantic 8004 with the same cover graphics.
  • P-4586 - Rock and Roll - Joe Turner. Reissue of Atlantic 8005 with the same cover graphics.
  • P-4587 - King of the Stroll - Chuck Willis Reissue of Atlantic 8018 with the same cover graphics.
  • P-4588 - The Clovers. Reissue of Atlantic 8009 with the same cover graphics.
  • P-4589 - Atlantic Blues Special - Various Artists
  • P-4590 - Atlantic Do Wap Special - Various Artists
  • P-11570 - History of Rock & Roll (Atlantic Masterpieces) '55-'63 - Various Artists [1980s]

ATLANTIC (UK)

  • K 20024 - The New Age of Atlantic - Various Artists [1972]
  • K 20040X - Ben E. King - Ben E. King [1981]
  • K 20072 - That's Soul, Vol. 5 - Various Artists [1969]
  • K 50164 - Atlantic Black Gold, Volume 2 - Various Artists [1975]

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