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Please forward this error screen to 50. Please forward this error screen to 209. The Pacific Jazz label was started in Los Angeles California in 1952 by Richard Bock. The output of the label was jazz. A subsidiary named Pacifica was started in 1954, Pacifica recorded jazz, pop and spoken word. In October 1957 the name of the company was changed to World Pacific, although the name Pacific Jazz was still used for some releases. R for the labels was handled by Richard Bock and George Avakian.

The World Pacific labels were purchased by Liberty Records in 1964. After the Liberty purchase, the labels carried the notation “A Product of Liberty Records”. In 1968, Transamerica purchased all of the Liberty labels including World Pacific. Liberty, World Pacific and the rest of the labels were folded in with the United Artists label, another label owned by Transamerica. For the discographer, it is very difficult to separate the releases of Pacific Jazz, Pacifica and World Pacific, since the names were almost used interchangeably. Some of the series may have had one name originally and then used the other label on reissues.

Pacifica name after the name change of October 1957, except for the Pacific Jazz 10000, 20000 series that was issued with a Pacific Jazz label as a subsidiary of World Pacific. Jerry Osborne, The American Record Label Directory and Dating Guide, 1940-1959 by Galen Gart and my record collection. The World Pacific label was black with silver print. WORLD-PACIFIC” on two lines above the center hole. The second label was the same except for the notation “A Product of Liberty Records”. Phono-Log or Schwann catalog New Entries listing, and the separation between side one and side two is unknown.

We would appreciate any additions or corrections to this discography. Just send them to us via e-mail. Both Sides Now Publications is an information web page. We are not a catalog, nor can we provide the records listed below. We have no association with the record label listed on this page. HFS 2 – Something For Both Ears! Richie Kamuca Reissue of Pacific Jazz PJM 401.

What Is This Thing Called Love? WPM 402 – Ritual – Art Blakey Reissue of Pacific Jazz PJM 402. I’m a Dreamer, Aren’t We All? WPM 410 – Havin’ A Ball – Cy Touff Reissue Of Pacific Jazz PJ-1211. JWC 500 – West Coast Jazz Volume 1 – Various Artists Reissue of Pacific Jazz 500. JWC 501 – West Coast Jazz Volume 2 – Various Artists Reissue of Pacific Jazz 501. JWC 502 – The Blues Volume 1 – Various Artists Reissue of Pacific Jazz 502.