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Name  Don Schlitten
Role  Record Producer

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Similar  Dolo Coker, Charles McPherson, Barry Harris, Jimmy Heath, Jimmy Raney

Organizations founded  Xanadu Records

[Wikipedia] Don Schlitten


Don Schlitten (born March 4, 1932) is an American jazz record producer, now inactive.

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Schlitten founded the label Signal Records in 1955 with Harold Goldberg and Jules Colomby. His credits for Signal included work with Duke Jordan, Gigi Gryce, and Red Rodney. Signal was sold to Savoy Records in the late 1950s, and after this, Schlitten worked as a freelance producer through the 1960s, including for a period, at Prestige Records. He and Joe Fields co-founded Cobblestone Records in 1972, producing Sonny Stitt and the Newport Jazz Festival 1972 releases from the label. He and Fields also worked together at Muse Records and Onyx Records.

Fields and Schlitten ceased working together in the mid-1970s; Fields continued at Muse, and Schlitten founded Xanadu Records, where he produced Barry Harris, Al Cohn, and Charles McPherson, among others. He also oversaw the reissue of many early bebop sessions.

Aside from production work, Schlitten had extensive credits as a writer of liner notes.

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Don Schlitten Wikipedia


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