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Landmark Records was an American jazz record company and label founded in 1985 by Orrin Keepnews. Landmark's releases included music by Donald Byrd, Jack DeJohnette, Jimmy Heath, Vincent Herring, Bobby Hutcherson, Mulgrew Miller, Buddy Montgomery, and reissues of Cannonball Adderley.
Its catalogue also included two jazz albums by the Kronos Quartet in which they covered the work of Bill Evans and Thelonious Monk. Landmark was bought by Muse Records in 1993. Muse and Landmark were acquired by 32 Jazz in 1996. In 2003, Savoy Jazz (which had become a subsidiary of Nippon Columbia) acquired the rights to the Muse and Landmark catalogs from 32 Jazz.
- LCD ARTIST TITLE
- 1301 Cannonball Adderley – Them Dirty Blues
- 1302 Cannonball Adderley – Cannonball's Bossa Nova
- 1303 Cannonball Adderley – Jazz Workshop Revisited
- 1304 Cannonball Adderley – Cannonball Adderley and the Poll-Winners
- 1305 Cannonball Adderley – The Cannonball Adderley Quintet at the Lighthouse
- 1306 Cannonball Adderley – Cannonball Takes Charge
- 1307 Cannonball Adderley – Cannonball in Europe!
(1301–1307 were released under The Cannonball Addderley Collection Volumes 1–7 and consisted of the Riverside Records masters (originally produced by Orrin Keepnews) that Adderley took with him when he moved to Capitol Records after Riverside Records went bankrupt. This explains why these were never released as part of the "Original Jazz Classics" series from Fantasy Records, the subsequent owner of the Riverside Records catalog–in addition, V.7 was previously unreleased in the US).
- 1308 Helen Merrill & Dick Katz – A Shade of Difference (reissue)
- 1309 Cannonball Adderley & Eddie Vinson – Back Door Blues
- 1310 Bobby Hutcherson – Landmarks (compilation)
|Catalog No. (LLP/LCD)||Artist||Title||Notes|
|1501||Bobby Hutcherson||Good Bait|
|1502||Yusef Lateef||In Nigeria|
|1503||Keith MacDonald||This Is Keith MacDonald|
|1504||Jack DeJohnette||The Jack DeJohnette Piano Album|
|1505||Kronos Quartet||Monk Suite: Kronos Quartet Plays Music of Thelonious Monk|
|1506||Jimmy Heath||New Picture|
|1507||Mulgrew Miller||Keys to the City|
|1508||Bobby Hutcherson||Color Schemes|
|1510||Kronos Quartet||Music of Bill Evans|
|1512||Buddy Montgomery||Ties of Love|
|1513||Bobby Hutcherson||In the Vanguard|
|1514||Jimmy Heath||Peer Pleasure|
|1516||Donald Byrd||Harlem Blues|
|1517||Bobby Hutcherson||Cruisin' the 'Bird|
|1518||Buddy Montgomery||So Why Not?|
|1519||Mulgrew Miller||The Countdown|
|1522||Bobby Hutcherson||Ambos Mundos|
|1523||Donald Byrd Sextet featuring Joe Henderson||Getting Down to Business|
|1524||Weslia Whitfield||Lucky to Be Me|
|1525||Mulgrew Miller||From Day to Day|
|1528||Nat Adderley Quintet||Talkin' About You|
|1530||Donald Byrd||A City Called Heaven|
|1531||Weslia Whitfield||Live in San Francisco|
|1532||Mulgrew Miller||Time and Again|
|1534||Elvin Jones||Live at the Village Vanguard Volume One|
|1535||Joe Roccisano Orchestra||The Shape I'm In|
|1536||Indigo Quartette||Quartette Indigo|
|1537||Dannie Richmond Quintet||The Last Mingus Band A.D.||reissue of Gatemouth LP|
|1538||Jimmy Heath||The Time and the Place|
|1539||Don Braden||Landing Zone|
|1540||Leon Lee Dorsey||The Watcher|
|1541||Joe Roccisano Orchestra||Leave Your Mind Behind|
|1542||John Hicks||In the Mix|
|1543||Mel Lewis||Mellifluous||reissue of Gatemouth LP|
|1544||Weslia Whitfield||Nice Work|
|1545||John Hicks||Piece for My Peace|
|1551||Weslia Whitfield with Mike Greenhill Quartet||Nobody Else But Me||reissue of Myoho LP|
- Kernfeld, Barry (2002). Kernfeld, Barry (ed.). The New Grove Dictionary of Jazz. 2 (2nd ed.). New York: Grove's Dictionaries Inc. p. 545. ISBN 1-56159-284-6.
- Bessman, Jim (18 January 1997). "32 Proves To Be A Prodigious Number For Producer/Label Head Joel Dorn". Billboard: 40–41. Retrieved 13 October 2014.
- Gitler, Ira; Leonard Feather (2007) . "Preface". The Biographical Encyclopedia of Jazz. Oxford University Press. Page 21 in Google Books preview. ISBN 9780199729074. Retrieved 13 October 2014.
- Jacobs, Qa'id. Groove Jammy: Rare Groove Classics from the Muse Catalog at AllMusic
- Hunter Jr., Al (4 March 1999). "Jazz For The Masses 32 Records Is Carving Out A Niche With Reissued Tracks". Philadelphia Daily News. Retrieved 13 October 2014.
- Porter, Christopher (16 January 2003). "Savoy Acquires Muse & Landmark Catalogs". JazzTimes. Retrieved 13 October 2014.
- "Complete discography listing".