Flying Dutchman


Jazz label established in New York by Bob Thiele in 1969.
The label issued significant albums by Gil Scott-Heron, Gato Barbieri, Oliver Nelson, Lonnie Liston Smith and Thiele's wife, Teresa Brewer. It also released recordings of speeches by SNCC leader H. Rap Brown, radical Angela Davis and black professor/critic Stanley Crouch.
Thiele's son Bob Thiele Jr. revived the label in 2023 with the release of Billy Valentine And The Universal Truth.

Former distributors:
Mainstream Records, Inc. from 1969
Atco / Atlantic Recording Corporation: from 1971
Independent: from 1972
RCA Records (USA): from 1973

Parent Label:Flying Dutchman Productions, Ltd.
Contact Info:

1831 Broadway, New York 10023
(contact info now obsolete)

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