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Savoy Records is an American record company and label established by Herman Lubinsky in 1942 in Newark, New Jersey.wikipedia
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Herman Lubinsky

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Savoy Records is an American record company and label established by Herman Lubinsky in 1942 in Newark, New Jersey.
Herman Lubinsky (born Hyman Lubinsky, 30 August 1896 – 16 March 1974) was an American radio station and music business executive who founded Savoy Records in New York City in 1943.

Regent Records (US)

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In 1948, it began buying other labels: Bop, Discovery, National, and Regent.
It was a subsidiary of Savoy from 1947 until 1964 that specialized in jazz, rhythm and blues, pop, and rock and roll.

Perry Robinson

They included Paul Bley, Ed Curran, Bill Dixon, Mark Levin, Charles Moffett, Perry Robinson, Joseph Scianni, Archie Shepp, Sun Ra, Marzette Watts, and Valdo Williams.
His first record, Funk Dumpling (with Kenny Barron, Henry Grimes, and Paul Motian) was recorded by Savoy in 1962.

Muse Records

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In 2003, Savoy Jazz acquired the rights to the Muse and Landmark catalogues from 32 Jazz.
In 2003, Savoy Jazz (which had become a subsidiary of Nippon Columbia) acquired the rights to the Muse catalog (along with that of Landmark) from 32 Jazz.

Dexter Gordon

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In the 1940s Savoy recorded some of the biggest names in jazz: Miles Davis, Erroll Garner, Dexter Gordon, J. J. Johnson, Fats Navarro, and Charlie Parker.
In late 1945 he was recording under his own name for the Savoy label.

429 Records

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Savoy included the rock imprint 429 Records.
It was a subsidiary label of Savoy Label Group/Nippon Columbia focusing on indie rock and adult album alternative performers.

Archie Shepp

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They included Paul Bley, Ed Curran, Bill Dixon, Mark Levin, Charles Moffett, Perry Robinson, Joseph Scianni, Archie Shepp, Sun Ra, Marzette Watts, and Valdo Williams.
Shepp's first recording under his own name, Archie Shepp - Bill Dixon Quartet, was released on Savoy Records in 1962 and featured a composition by Ornette Coleman.

Ozzie Cadena

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Savoy's artistic directors included Buck Ram, Teddy Reig, Ralph Bass (1948–1952), Fred Mendelsohn (1953), and Ozzie Cadena (1954–1962, the father of the punk rock musician Dez Cadena).
Oscar "Ozzie" Cadena (September 26, 1924 – April 9, 2008) was an American record producer with Savoy Records and Prestige Records who recorded gospel and jazz music in the 1950s, 1960s and 1970s, and helped popularize jazz music in Los Angeles.

Fred Mendelsohn

Savoy's artistic directors included Buck Ram, Teddy Reig, Ralph Bass (1948–1952), Fred Mendelsohn (1953), and Ozzie Cadena (1954–1962, the father of the punk rock musician Dez Cadena).
Fred Mendelsohn, (May 16, 1917 – April 28, 2000) president of Savoy Records for 42 years, was the first man to ever record, promote and market black gospel music as a national company.

Nippon Columbia

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As of 2012, the Savoy library is primarily controlled by Nippon Columbia, a public company based in Tokyo, which purchased Savoy in 1991.
Outside Japan, the company formerly as the Savoy Label Group, which releases recordings on the SLG, Savoy Jazz, and continues to operate as Denon.

Rhythm and blues

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Savoy specialized in jazz, rhythm and blues, and gospel music.
Many of these hit records were issued on new independent record labels, such as Savoy (founded 1942), King (founded 1943), Imperial (founded 1945), Specialty (founded 1946), Chess (founded 1947), and Atlantic (founded 1948).

Charlie Parker

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In the 1940s Savoy recorded some of the biggest names in jazz: Miles Davis, Erroll Garner, Dexter Gordon, J. J. Johnson, Fats Navarro, and Charlie Parker.
On November 26, 1945, Parker led a record date for the Savoy label, marketed as the "greatest Jazz session ever."

Ralph Bass

Savoy's artistic directors included Buck Ram, Teddy Reig, Ralph Bass (1948–1952), Fred Mendelsohn (1953), and Ozzie Cadena (1954–1962, the father of the punk rock musician Dez Cadena).
During his career he worked in key roles for Black & White Records, Savoy Records, King Records, Federal Records, and Chess Records, recording some of the greatest performers in African-American music, including Etta James, Sam Cooke, James Brown, Earl Bostic, and groups such as the Platters and the Dominoes.

Eddie Bert

Bert is featured on hundreds of recordings and recorded extensively as a leader on various labels including Savoy Records, Blue Note, Trans-World, Jazztone, and Discovery Records.

Telefunken Blues

Telefunken Blues is an album led by jazz drummer Kenny Clarke recorded in late 1954 and early 1955 and first released on the Savoy label.

Dez Cadena

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Savoy's artistic directors included Buck Ram, Teddy Reig, Ralph Bass (1948–1952), Fred Mendelsohn (1953), and Ozzie Cadena (1954–1962, the father of the punk rock musician Dez Cadena).
Born in Newark, New Jersey, his father, Ozzie Cadena, was a well-known A&R man in the music industry, and the co-founder of iconic jazz label Savoy Records.

32 Records

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In 2003, Savoy Jazz acquired the rights to the Muse and Landmark catalogues from 32 Jazz.
Savoy Jazz acquired the rights to the Muse and Landmark catalogs from 32 Records in October 2003, and by the end of the year, ConnectivCorp had merged with Majesco Entertainment.

Landmark Records

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In 2003, Savoy Jazz acquired the rights to the Muse and Landmark catalogues from 32 Jazz.
In 2003, Savoy Jazz (which had become a subsidiary of Nippon Columbia) acquired the rights to the Muse and Landmark catalogs from 32 Jazz.

Kenny Clarke & Ernie Wilkins

Kenny Clarke & Ernie Wilkins is an album by the Kenny Clarke-Ernie Wilkins Septet recorded in 1955 and first released on the Savoy label.

Kai Winding

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In 1954, at the urging of producer Ozzie Cadena, Winding began a long association with Johnson, recording trombone duets for Savoy Records, then Columbia.

Musician of the Year

Musician of the Year is an album led by jazz trombonist Eddie Bert recorded in 1955 and first released on the Savoy label.

The Hawk Returns

The Hawk Returns is an album by Coleman Hawkins released in 1954 on Savoy Records.

J. J. Johnson

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In the 1940s Savoy recorded some of the biggest names in jazz: Miles Davis, Erroll Garner, Dexter Gordon, J. J. Johnson, Fats Navarro, and Charlie Parker.
In 1954 producer Ozzie Cadena, then with Savoy Records, convinced Johnson to set up a combo with trombonist Kai Winding: the "Jay and Kai Quintet".

Ernie Wilkins

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Encore (Eddie Bert album)

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Encore is an album led by jazz trombonist Eddie Bert recorded in 1955 and first released on the Savoy label.