PM Records is a jazz label established by Gene Perla in 1973.[1] PM released recordings by Dave Liebman, Steve Grossman, Elvin Jones, Bernie Senensky, Don Thompson, Pat LaBarbera, and Ed Bickert.[1] Perla played bass on 31 of PM's 46 albums released to the end of 2018.[2]

The first album pressing was limited to 500.[2] It was followed by Steve Grossman's Some Shapes to Come.[2]

Open Sky was a trio featuring Bob Moses, Dave Liebman and Frank Tusa. Stone Alliance featured Perla, Don Alias, and Steve Grossman.

DiscographyEdit

  • PMR-001: Open Sky - Open Sky (1973)
  • PMR-002: Steve Grossman - Some Shapes to Come (1974)
  • PMR-003: Open Sky - Spirit in the Sky (1975)
  • PMR-004: Elvin Jones - Live (1975)
  • PMR-005: Elvin Jones - On the Mountain (1975)
  • PMR-007: Doug Riley - Dreams (1976)
  • PMR-008: Don Thompson - Country Place (1976)
  • PMR-009: Pat LaBarbera - Pass It On (1976)
  • PMR-010: Ed Bickert - Ed Bickert (1976)
  • PMR-012: Steve Grossman - Terra Firma (1977)
  • PMR-013: Stone Alliance - Stone Alliance (1976)
  • PMR-014: Márcio Montarroyos - Stone Alliance (1977)
  • PMR-016: Sonny Greenwich - Evol-ution, Love's Reverse (1979)
  • PMR-017: Kathryn Moses - Music in My Heart (1979)
  • PMR-018: Nina Simone - A Very Rare Evening (1979)
  • PMR-020: Stone Alliance - Heads Up (1980)
  • PMR-021: Bernie Senensky - Free Spirit
  • PMR-022: David Liebman - Solo: Memories, Dreams and Reflections
  • PMR-024: Slam Stewart & Major Holley - Shut Yo' Mouth!

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b Kernfeld, Barry (2003), Perla, Gene (August), Grove Music Online. Oxford Music Online. Oxford University Press, doi:10.1093/gmo/9781561592630.article.J351400
  2. ^ a b c Motavalli, Jim (December 2018). "PM Records". The New York City Jazz Record. No. 200. pp. 11, 50.

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