Red Baron Records

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Red Baron Records was a jazz record label operated by Bob Thiele.[1][2]

The Bob Thiele Collective, an all-star group, recorded three albums for the label which Thiele produced.

The label also reissued Duke Ellington's My People, written and recorded for a stage show.

Other albums include McCoy Tyner's 44th Street Suite and David Murray's Jazzosaurus Rex, Saxmen, MX, and Black & Black.