|Country of origin||U.S.|
|Location||New York City|
Artists House was a jazz record company and label established in 1977 by John Snyder.
The roster included musicians Snyder had worked with while running the Horizon division of A&M Records: Jim Hall, Charlie Haden, and Ornette Coleman. Snyder was the first to produce James Blood Ulmer. The label was known for the quality of its recordings, liner notes, and packaging. Its musicians were given control of their music, from recording to album cover.
Snyder is currently president of Artists House Foundation.
|1||Coleman, Ornette||Body Meta|
|2||Desmond, Paul||At Bourbon Street, Toronto 10/75|
|3||Thad Jones, Mel Lewis, Rufus Reid, Harold Danko||Quartet|
|4||Haden, Charlie & Hampton Hawes||As Long as There's Music|
|5||Hall, Jim & Red Mitchell||Jim Hall and Red Mitchell|
|6||Coleman, Ornette||Soapsuds, Soapsuds|
|7||Ulmer, James Blood||Tales of Captain Black|
|9||Hill, Andrew||From California with Love|
|10||Reed, Waymon||46th and 8th|
|11||Baker, Chet||Once Upon a Summertime|
|12||Pepper, Art||So in Love|
|13||Ulmer, James Blood||Are You Glad to Be in America?|
|14||Evans, Gil||Where Flamingos Fly|
- Kernfeld, Barry (2002). Barry Kernfeld, ed. The New Grove Dictionary of Jazz, vol. 1 (2nd ed.). New York: Grove's Dictionaries Inc. p. 84. ISBN 1561592846.
- "About ArtistsHouse Music - ArtistshouseMusic". www.artistshousemusic.org. Retrieved 13 July 2016.
- Yanow, Scott. "Thad Jones and the Mel Lewis Quartet - Thad Jones | Songs, Reviews, Credits | AllMusic". AllMusic.