Flying Dutchman

Flying Dutchman is a jazz label that was established in New York by Bob Thiele in 1969. This influential label released significant albums by Gil Scott-Heron, Gato Barbieri, Oliver Nelson, Lonnie Liston Smith, and Thiele's wife, Teresa Brewer. It also featured recordings of speeches by SNCC leader H. Rap Brown, radical Angela Davis, and black professor/critic Stanley Crouch.

After a period of dormancy, Flying Dutchman was revived in 2023 by Bob Thiele Jr., with the release of [m=3032090].

The label had various distributors throughout its history including Mainstream Records Inc. from 1969, Atco/Atlantic Recording Corporation from 1971, Independent from 1972, and RCA Records (USA) from 1973.


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