33 Jazz Records
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33 Jazz Records is a jazz record label founded in England by Paul Jolly in 1990.
Paul Jolly is an English musician and producer who founded 33 Arts Centre in Luton, England, in 1976. The Centre provided a place for new musicians to play outside of London. When Jolly noticed many of them hadn't been signed by a record label, he created 33 Jazz in 1990. His early signers included drummer Clark Tracey and singer Tina May. The roster has grown to over 350 albums on three labels, 33JAZZ, 33WM, 33Extreme and includes artists Marco Marconi, Matt Dibble, Damon Brown, Don Weller, John Law, Jonathan Gee, Juliet Kelly, Kitty La Roar, Maciek Pysz, Michael Hashim, Renato D'Aiello, Paula Rae Gibson, Stan Tracey, Theo Travis, The People Band, and BBC Jazz Award winner Anita Wardell.
- Today, U. S. A.; Jazz.com; UltimateClassicRock.com; at, among others Contact Something Else! (26 June 2016). "Paul Jolly, free jazz musician, club owner and producer: Something Else! Interview".
- Stein, Sammy (26 June 2016). "Paul Jolly, free jazz musician, club owner and producer: Something Else! Interview". Something Else!. Retrieved 13 September 2016.
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