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'Leaning House Records'
Founded 1994
Founder Mark Elliott
Keith Foerster
Status Defunct
Genre Jazz
Country of origin United States United States
Location Dallas, Texas.
Official Website http://www.leaninghouse.com

Leaning House was an independent, Dallas, Texas based jazz label. It was founded by Mark Elliott and Keith Foerster and existed from 1994 until 1999. The label was formed to "provide a voice for under-recognized artists in the South."[1] and throughout the latter half of the 90's released recordings by such Texas jazz artists as Marchel Ivery, Earl Harvin, Shelley Carrol, Fred Sanders, Donald Edwards and Wessell Anderson.

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Discography

Released Recordings

  • BB001 - Marchel Ivery - Marchel's Mode (1994)
  • BB002 - Earl Harvin - Trio/Quartet (1996)
  • BB003 - Shelley Carrol with members of the Duke Ellington Orchestra - Self-Titled (1997)
  • BB004 - Marchel Ivery - Meets Joey Defrancesco (1997)
  • BB005 - Earl Harvin/Dave Palmer - Strange Happy (1997)
  • BB006 - Fred Sanders - East of Vilbig (1997)
  • BB007 - Donald Edwards - In The Vernacular (1998)
  • BB008 - Wessell "Warmdaddy" Anderson - Live At The Village Vanguard (1998)
  • BB009 - Earl Harvin Trio - At The Gyspy Tea Room (1998)
  • BB010 - Marchel Ivery - 3 (1999)

Unreleased Recordings

External links

References

  1. ^ About Leaning House
  2. ^ Dallas - Music - Putting It To Bed
  3. ^ Dallas - Music - Stabbed in the redneck
  4. ^ Dallas - Music - Red Hot

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