From 1969-1976 Flying Dutchman Records was among most diverse and the weirdest of labels during an era of diversity and weirdness. It gave starts to Gil Scott-Heron, Leon Thomas and Lonnie Liston Smith as well as put out records from H. Rap Brown, Teresa Brewer, Oliver Nelson, Gato Barbieri, and even The Plaster Casters (look em’ up). Tune into The Jazz River this Sunday, February 2 from 5-6 pm for a trip down memory lane from this eclectic and groundbreaking label and its roster. Only on KUVO Jazz.

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