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Sackville Records

Sackville Records
Founded 1968 (1968)
Founder John Norris and Bill Smith
Genre Jazz
Country of origin Canada
Location Toronto, Ontario

Sackville Records is a Canadian music record label. Although the label has been used to issue material in various styles, the company particularly specializes in jazz music. Most of the company's releases have been newly recorded in Canada.[1]

Sackville was founded in 1968 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada by John Norris and Bill Smith, from the jazz magazine CODA. The bulk of the label's new releases are from sessions recorded in Canada; they also have done reissues, and in the 1990s became the distributors for American Music, Chiaroscuro Records, Nagel-Heyer, Classics Records, Storyville Records, and Timeless Records.[1]

Artists who have released material on Sackville Records


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