Welcome to Storyville
Welcome to the new home of Storyville Records online – one of the world’s greatest jazz record labels and the oldest independent jazz label in Europe.
This year we are celebrating our 60 year anniversary with a new website to bring you closer than ever to the music that you love.
It is now easier than ever to stay up to date with artist news and new releases, as well as browse our library of jazz greats, music reviews and preview tracks. You can also stream your favourite pieces through our customised playlists and of course order music, both digitally for download or for physical delivery.
We have also launched our own pages on Facebook, Twitter and YouTube which you can now follow to enjoy exclusive videos, music and content from Storyville artists old and new.
- Morten Haxholm Quartet Giacometti
- Sigurdur Flosason & Kjeld Lauritsen For you, for me, for evermore
- Jesper Lundgaard Walk Tall
- Jah Wobble & Bill Sharpe Rush Hour
- Alex Riel Just Friends
Released March, 2014
Dorothy Donegan was an acclaimed pianist working in nightclubs and cocktail lounges in Chicago. She also appeared in the film “Sensations of 1945” where she played a duet with pianist Gene Rodgers, with assistance from Cab Calloway and his orchestra. She was known as a virtuosic pianist fluent in several jazz styles.
Art Tatum (who along with Earl Hines was the biggest influence on Donegan’s style) heard about her and had her play...