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Leaning House

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Status  Inactive
Country of origin  U.S.
Founded  1994
Genre  Jazz
Location  Dallas, Texas
Defunct  1999
Founder  Mark Elliott Keith Foerster
Headquarters  Dallas, Texas, United States

Leaning House was an independent record label in Dallas, Texas. It was founded by Mark Elliott and Keith Foerster and existed from 1994 until 1999.

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Leaning House produced recordings by Earl Harvin, Shelley Carroll, Wessell Anderson, Donald Edwards, Fred Sanders, and the Fantastic Voices of Harmony. It closed in 1999 for financial reasons. Mark Elliott noted that jazz albums make up a small percentage of the music market.

Discography

  • BB001 – Marchel Ivery – Marchel's Mode (1994)
  • BB002 – Earl Harvin – Trio/Quartet (1996)
  • BB003 – Shelley Carrol – 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 Anderson – Live at the Village Vanguard (1998)
  • BB009 – Earl Harvin Trio – At the Gypsy Tea Room (1998)
  • BB010 – Marchel Ivery – 3 (1999)
  • Unreleased

  • Bedhead - Untitled Collection of Jazz Standards (1995)
  • References

    Leaning House Wikipedia


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