Dating blue note records
"Unissued Masters" Series, 24 Bit By RVG, 50th Anniversary Collection, Back To Blue, Blue Brazil, Blue Break Beats, Blue Breakbeats, Blue Juice (2), Blue Notables, Blue Note 80 Vinyl Reissue Series, Blue Note Best & More 1100, Blue Note BLP 1500 Series, Blue Note CLASSIC, Blue Note Collector's Choice, Blue Note Connoisseur Series, Blue Note Jazz Classic Series, Blue Note Legends, Blue Note Masterpiece (Vol.1), Blue Note Masterpiece (Vol.2), Blue Note Masterpiece (Vol.3), Blue Note Masterpiece Selection 150, Blue Note Original 5000 Series Collection, Blue Note Plays, Blue Note Rare Groove Series, Blue Note Records 75th Anniversary Vinyl Initiative, Blue Note Review, Blue Note Tone Poet Series, Blue Note, The Masterworks, Cadre Rouge Audiophile Edition, Doubletime Series, Groovexperience, Immortal Masterpiece Selection, Jazz Inspiration (2), Jazz Profile, Jazz References, Jazztime Paris, Modern Jazz Series, Music For Lovers, New Wave In Jazz, Roulette Jazz, RVG Edition, The Artist Selects, The Blue Note Collection (2), The Blue Note Cover Series, The Blue Note Re-Issue Series, The Blue Note Remix Project, The Blue Note Years, The Blue Series (2), The BN Works 1500 Series, The BN Works 1500 Unissued, The BN Works 4100 Series, The BN Works 4200 Series, The BN Works 4300 Series, The BN Works Funk Series, The BN Works LEE MORGAN, The BN Works Rare Groove, The Finest In Jazz, The Hits Of Blue Note Part 1, The Hits Of Blue Note Part 2, The Jazz File, The Other Side Of Blue Note 1500 Series, The Treasures Of Blue Note, The Ultimate (2), TSF Explore Blue Note, Unissued Masters Series Part 1, Unissued Masters Series, Part 2, World First Appearance The Blue Note Label Group 150 Fifth Ave., 6th Fl.
New York NY 10011 USA P: (212) 786-8600 Historical Contact Info (all contact info now obsolete): Labels: ~2000s: Blue Note Records Inc. • New York USA 1982 to 1986 (France): Blue Note Records Inc.
In 1975, then-owners United Artists Records launched a systematic reissue program of Blue Note's back catalog lasting until 1980.
Around that same time, Blue Note became a label of EMI.
The label was relaunched as part of Capitol Records subsidiary Manhattan Records in 1985 and began making new recordings, re-releasing key albums from its history and releasing previously unissued material.Before i Tunes, CDs, 8-tracks, LPs, or even seven-inch EPs, 78s were the main medium for recorded music, so-called because they were played at 78 rotations per minute (rpm).Produced primarily by Victor, Columbia, Brunswick, and Capitol, 78s were first invented by Emile Berliner in the late 19th century.The label dedicated itself exclusively to the recording of American jazz music and developed its own unmistakeable recording style and sound.„Takin' Off“, his first album on Blue Note, was released in 1963.The record includes „Watermelon Man“, which is still one of his most popular pieces.