Art Tatum discography

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Pianist Art Tatum recorded commercially from 1932 until near his death. He recorded nearly 400 titles, if airchecks and informal, private recordings are included.[1] He recorded for Brunswick (1933), Decca (1934–41), Capitol (1949, 1952) and for the labels associated with Norman Granz (1953–56).

Discography[edit]

Posthumous releases

  • Piano Starts Here (Columbia, 1968)
  • Capitol Jazz Classics – Volume 3 Solo Piano (Capitol, 1972)
  • God Is in the House (Onyx, 1973, reissued by High Note, 1998)
  • The Complete Capitol Recordings, Vol. 1 (Capitol, 1989)
  • The Complete Capitol Recordings, Vol. 2 (Capitol, 1989)
  • The Tatum Group Masterpieces, Vol. 6 (Pablo, 1990)
  • The Tatum Group Masterpieces, Vol. 7 (Pablo, 1990)
  • The Tatum Group Masterpieces, Vol. 4 (Pablo, 1990)
  • The Tatum Group Masterpieces, Vol. 2 (Pablo, 1990)
  • The Tatum Group Masterpieces, Vol. 3 (Pablo, 1990)
  • The Tatum Group Masterpieces, Vol. 1 (Pablo, 1990)
  • The Complete Pablo Group Masterpieces (Pablo, 1990)
  • The Complete Pablo Solo Masterpieces (Pablo, 1991)
  • Standards (Black Lion, 1992)
  • The V-Discs (Black Lion, 1992)
  • The Art Tatum Solo Masterpieces, Vol. 1 (Pablo, 1992)
  • The Art Tatum Solo Masterpieces, Vol. 2 (Pablo, 1992)
  • The Art Tatum Solo Masterpieces, Vol. 3 (Pablo, 1992)
  • The Art Tatum Solo Masterpieces, Vol. 4 (Pablo, 1992)
  • The Art Tatum Solo Masterpieces, Vol. 5 (Pablo, 1992)
  • The Art Tatum Solo Masterpieces, Vol. 6 (Pablo, 1992)
  • The Art Tatum Solo Masterpieces, Vol. 7 (Pablo, 1992)
  • The Art Tatum Solo Masterpieces, Vol. 8 (Pablo, 1992)
  • Complete Capitol Recordings (Blue Note, 1997)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Schuller, Gunther (1989). The Swing Era: The Development of Jazz 1930–1945. Oxford University Press. pp. 481–482. ISBN 978-0-19-507140-5.
  2. ^ "Tatum and Goodman". St. Louis Post-Dispatch. May 29, 1952. p. 36.
  3. ^ England, Jim (May 25, 1952). "Toscanini Sings on Wax". The Salt Lake Tribune. p. 128.