Tribe Records

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Tribe Records was an American jazz independent record label, active during the 1970s, whose artists included Doug Hammond, Marcus Belgrave, Phil Ranelin and Wendell Harrison.

History[edit]

Based in Detroit, Michigan, United States, Tribe Records was a collective of local musicians. The group included Wendell Harrison, Phil Ranelin, Marcus Belgrave, Harold McKinney, Ron Brooks, Charles Moore, and Doug Hammond amongst others. Besides the record label, Tribe held a publishing house for a magazine and a production company under its roof.

Discography[edit]

Albums[edit]

  • 1973: The Tribe Presents Wendell Harrison & Phillip Ranelin - Message From The Tribe
  • 1973: Wendell Harrison - An Evening With The Devil
  • 1974: Marcus Belgrave - Gemini II
  • 1974: Harold McKinney - Voices And Rhythms Of The Creative Profile
  • 1974: Phil Ranelin - The Time Is Now!
  • 1975: Doug Hammond & David Durrah - Reflections In The Sea Of Nurnen
  • 1975: Phil Ranelin - Vibes From The Tribe
  • 1976: The Mixed Bag - Mixed Bag's First Album

Singles[edit]

  • 1973 Wendell Harrison And The Tribe - "Farewell To Welfare Part 1 & 2"
  • 1975 Doug Hammond & David Durrah - "Venus Fly Trap"

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