Capri Records

P.o. Box 892
Bailey, CO 80421-0892
ph. 303-816-1367
em. [email protected]

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Denver Colorado Springs

Capri Records Capri Records is a leading independent jazz label started by record collector, jazz enthusiast and entrepreneur Thomas Burns. Launched in 1983 with a release by tenor saxophonist Spike Robinson, the Bailey, Colorado-based label now has a catalog of over eighty titles including those by bassists Ray Brown and Red Mitchell, trombonists Al Grey and Phil Wilson, saxophonist Bud Shank and drummer Louie Bellson. Over the years Capri has helped launch the careers of a number of artists including trumpeter Ron Miles, flutist Holly Hofmann and the Clayton/Hamilton Jazz Orchestra.

Capri has recently released stellar albums by the Grachan Moncur III Octet, Bud Shank and Phil Woods, the Mark Masters Ensemble featuring pianist Steve Kuhn, drummer Colin Stranahan, guitarist Joshua Breakstone, pianist/composer Michael Pagán, Max Wagner, Mike Wofford/Holly Hofmann Duo, Phil Wilson and his PanAmerican All-Stars and many others.

Squirmin'

Jazz Worms
published: March 19, 2021

Squirmin'

Jazz WORMS
published: March 08, 2021

Night Talk: The Alec Wilder Songbook

The Mark Masters Ensemble
published: August 08, 2020

Night Talk: The Alec Wilder Songbook

The Mark Masters Ensemble
published: July 28, 2020

Catch Me If You Can

Jeff Hamilton Trio
published: July 05, 2020

Two Cigarettes In the Dark

Keith Oxman
published: April 28, 2020

Two Cigarettes In the Dark

Keith Oxman
published: April 11, 2020

Children of Art: A Tribute to Art Blakey’s Jazz Messengers

The Joshua Breakstone Trio
published: December 21, 2019

Our Metier

Mark Masters
published: October 23, 2019

Glimpses

Keith Oxman
published: October 01, 2019

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