Postcards Records

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Postcards Records was an American jazz record label active during the 1990s, an imprint of Arkadia Jazz.[1]

Discography[edit]

Personnel Album Year Catalog #
Paul Bley Synth Thesis 1994 1001[2]
Alan Pasqua, Dave Holland, Paul Motian, Gary Bartz, Randy Brecker Dedications 1996 1012[3]
John Clark, Trevor Clark, Stanton Davis, Bruce Ditmas, Alex Foster, Chris Hunter, Howard Johnson, Ryo Kawasaki, Pete Levin, Mike Richmond, Bob Stewart, Dave Taylor I Will 2000 1016[4]
Bruce Ditmas, John Abercrombie, Sam Rivers, Paul Bley, Dominic Richards What If 1995 1007 [5]
Steve Kuhn, Tom Harrell, Bob Mintzer, Al Foster, George Mraz Seasons of Romance 2000 1009[6]
Harold Land, Billy Higgins, Bill Henderson, James Leary, Ray Ellis A Lazy Afternoon 1999 1008[7]
Alan Pasqua, Dave Holland, Michael Brecker, Jack DeJohnette, John Clark Milagro 1994 1022[8]
Gary Peacock, Bill Frisell Just so Happens 1994 1005[9]
Julian Priester, Sam Rivers, Tucker Martine Hints on Light and Shadow 2000 1017[10]
Ralph Simon, Gene Adler, Jeff Berman, Tom Beyer, David Dunaway, Billy Hart, Marc Johnson, Dan Rose, Chip White As 1994 1004[11]
Ralph Simon, Paul Bley, Gary Peacock, Julian Priester Music for the Millennium 1996 1015[12]
Bob Stewart, Dave Burrell, John Clark, Stanton Davis, Fred Griffen, Jerome Harris, Graham Haynes, Taj Mahal, Aaron Scott, Marshall Sealy, Steve Turre, Carlos Ward, Buddy Williams, James Zollar Then & Now 2000 1014 [13]
Jorge Sylvester, Claudio Roditi, Santi Debriano, Bobby Sanabria Musicollage 1996 1011[14]
Joris Teepe, Don Braden, Chris Potter, David Hazeltine, Bruce Cox For Adults Only 2000 1021[15]
Reggie Workman, Andrew Hill, Sam Rivers, Julian Priester, Pheeroan akLaff Summit Conference 2000 1003[16]
Sam Rivers, Reggie Workman, Gerry Hemingway, Geri Allen, Julian Priester Cerebral Caverns 1995 1010[17]
Chip White, Gary Bartz, Steve Nelson, Robin Eubanks, Claudio Roditi Harlem Sunset 1994 1006[18]

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