Good Time Jazz Records
|Good Time Jazz Records|
|Parent company||Concord Music Group|
|Country of origin||U.S.|
The label produced new releases and reissues, including recordings by Jelly Roll Morton, Burt Bales, Wally Rose, Luckey Roberts, Willie "The Lion" Smith, Lu Watters, Bob Scobey, Bunk Johnson, Kid Ory, George Lewis, Johnny Wiggs, Sharkey Bonano, Don Ewell, and blues musician Jesse Fuller.
Good Time Jazz was subsumed by Koenig's Contemporary Records. Its last recording was made in 1969. When Koenig died in 1977, the label's catalog was sold to Fantasy Records, which anthologized some of it. It was acquired by the Concord Music Group in 2004 when Fantasy was taken over.
- Yanow, Scott. "The Good Time Jazz Story". AllMusic. Retrieved 5 July 2016.
- Barry Kernfeld, "Good Time Jazz". The New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians online.
- Good Time Jazz Records on the Internet Archive's Great 78 Project
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