|Genre||Jazz, free jazz, free funk, blues, blues rock, R&B|
|Country of origin||U.S.|
|Location||New York City|
Artists House was a jazz and blues record company and label established in 1977 by John Snyder.
The label released music by artists that label founder John Snyder had worked with while running the Horizon subsidiary of A&M Records, including Jim Hall, Paul Desmond, Charlie Haden, and Ornette Coleman. The label was the first in North America to release an album by James Blood Ulmer. Artist House reportedly gave its recording artists control over music selection, production and packaging. In addition to working with jazz artists, Snyder also produced blues musicians including Clarence "Gatemouth" Brown, James Cotton, and Etta James, and the blues-rock Derek Trucks Band.
Snyder released new blues band Scrapomatic in 2002. Artists House also released Nancy Harrow, Oteil & The Peacemakers, Jason Crosby, Bob Brookmeyer & Kenny Wheeler, Steve Haines Quintet, Vijay Lytev albums in 2003. Artists House released Nancy Harrow CD "The Cat Who Went to Heaven" in 2005. Snyder is currently president of Artists House Foundation.
Artists House released fourteen LPs between 1978 and 1981.
|1||Ornette Coleman||Body Meta|
|2||Paul Desmond||Paul Desmond|
|3||The Thad Jones Mel Lewis Quartet||The Thad Jones Mel Lewis Quartet|
|4||Charlie Haden and Hampton Hawes||As Long as There's Music|
|5||Jim Hall and Red Mitchell||Jim Hall/Red Mitchell|
|6||Ornette Coleman and Charlie Haden||Soapsuds, Soapsuds|
|7||James Blood Ulmer||Tales of Captain Black|
|9||Andrew Hill||From California with Love|
|10||Waymon Reed||46th and 8th|
|11||Chet Baker||Once Upon a Summertime|
|12||Art Pepper||So in Love|
|13||James Blood Ulmer||Are You Glad to Be in America?|
|14||Gil Evans||Where Flamingos Fly|
Artists House relaunched in 2003 releasing CDs, DVDs and multimedia discs.
|AH 00001||Nancy Harrow||Winter Dreams|
|AH 00002||Oteil and The Peacemakers||The Family Secret|
|AH 00003||Scrapomatic||Scapomatic||CD + DVD|
|AH 4||Jason Crosby||Four Chords and Seven Notes Ago||Enhanced CD + DVD|
|AH 5||Jim Stack and Friends||Jazz for a Summer's Night|
|AH006||Bob Brookmeyer and Kenny Wheeler||Island||CD + Multichannel|
|AH 8||Steve Haines Quintet||Beginner's Mind|
|AH9||Vijay Iyer||Blood Sutra|
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- Jazzlists: Artsts House discography, accessed December 5, 2019
- All About Jazz: A Fireside Chat With Producer John Snyder, accessed December 5, 2019