East-West Records

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East-West Records was a jazz record label which released four albums featuring a combination of American and Swedish jazz musicians.[1]

Lars Gullin's Swings was reissued in 1999 on Collectables Records, paired with his 1956 album Baritone Sax.[2]

Discography[edit]

# Artist Album Year Personnel
4001 Tommy Potter Tommy Potter's Hard Funk 1956 Rolf Ericson, Benny Bailey, Ake Persson, Gunnar Bjorksten, Stig Gabrielsson, Erik Nostrom, Freddie Redd, Joe Harris
4002 Jackie Paris The Jackie Paris Sound 1958 Barry Galbraith, Wendell Marshall, Joe Benjamin
4003 Lars Gullin Swings[3] 1956 Arne Domnerus (alto saxophone); Rolf Blomquist, Carl-Henrik Norin (tenor saxophone); Rune Falk (baritone saxophone); Weine Rehnliden, Bengt-Arne Wallin, Jan Allan, Nils Skoog (trumpet); Ake Persson, George Vernon, Gordon Olsson (trombone); Rune Ofwerman (piano); Bengt Carlsson, George Riedel (bass); Nils-Bertil Dahlander (drums)
4004 George Wallington The Prestidigitator[4] 1957 Teddy Kotick, J. R. Monterose, Nick Stabula

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