Embryo Records

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Embryo Records
Parent companyAtlantic Records
Founded1969 (1969)
FounderHerbie Mann
Defunct1977 (1977)
GenreJazz, rock
Country of originU.S.
Embryo Record label from Push Push

Embryo Records was a jazz and rock record label founded by Herbie Mann as a division of Atlantic Records, itself distributed by the Atlantic subsidiary Cotillion Records.[1] The label released albums in the years 1969 through 1977.


Catalog # Album Artist Year
SD520 Stone Flute Herbie Mann 1970
SD521 Uptown Conversation Ron Carter 1970
SD522 Brute Force Brute Force 1970
SD523 Gypsy Cry Attila Zoller 1970
SD524 Infinite Search Miroslav Vitous 1969
SD525 Inside an Hour Glass Arnie Lawrence and Children of All Ages 1970
SD526 Muscle Shoals Nitty Gritty Herbie Mann 1970
SD527 The Fifth Word Jerry Novac A/K/A/ Novac Noury 1970
SD528 Just Guitar Sandy Nassan 1970
SD529 Circles William S. Fischer 1971
SD530 Live at the Frankfurt Jazz Festival Phil Woods and his European Rhythm Machine 1971
SD531 Memphis Two-Step Herbie Mann 1971
SD532 Push Push Herbie Mann 1971
SD533 '71 (Unreleased) Herbie Mann 1971
SD535 First Serve Danny Toan 1977
SD536 Up Morrissey–Mullen 1977
SD730 The Floating Opera The Floating Opera 1971
SD731 Pepper's Pow Wow Jim Pepper 1971
SD732 Zero Time Tonto's Expanding Head Band 1971
SD733 Air Air 1971
SD734 Comin' Outta the Ghetto Chris Hills & Everything Is Everything 1971

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