Teddy Reig

Teddy Reig

Real Name:
Theodore Reig
One of the most important jazz producers of all time, Teddy Reig was involved in many important sessions of the 1940s,'50s and '60s. Born November 23, 1918 in New York, NY - Died September 29, 1984 in Teaneck, NJ.

He started producing in 1945 and was soon working regularly at Savoy Records on most of their most significant dates (including the Charlie Parker sessions), helping turn Savoy into a major jazz and R&B record company. Reig founded the Roost label in 1950 and in the mid-1950s switched over to Roulette Records, where he extensively recorded the Count Basie Orchestra and other jazz musicians and singers.


Teddy Reig Discography Tracks


SVY 17191 Various All-Stars O-Go-Mo Various - Birth Of BeBop(CD, Comp) Savoy Jazz SVY 17191 US 2003 Sell This Version
S-508 Various Mr. Dues Various - New Sounds in Modern Music Vol. 2(10", Comp) Savoy Records S-508 USA & Canada Unknown Sell This Version