Randy Chortkoff

died on 27/5/2015 in Los Angeles, CA, United States

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Delta Groove Productions

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Delta Groove Productions
Founded 2004
Founder(s) Randy Chortkoff
Genre(s) Blues
Country of origin US
Official Website Official website

Delta Groove Productions (Delta Groove Music) is an American blues independent record label, based in Van Nuys, California. The company Delta Groove Productions, Inc. was founded by Southern California-based producer, concert promoter and harmonica player Randy Chortkoff. Its first release was That Represent Man (2004), the debut album by the all-star blues band The Mannish Boys.

Overview and history

The label started out with strictly blues material by artists from the local Los Angeles scene, however, it has been expanding its horizons to introduce wider range of sound. Jackie Payne Steve Edmonson Band's Master of the Game released in 2006 was the label's first release in the soul/R&B vein. The label's releases are newly recorded materials for the most part, but it has also released some albums that were produced by Chortkoff as independent productions and initially released by German label CrossCut. (Kirk Fletcher's Shade of Blue and Frank "Paris Slim" Goldwasser's bluju)

Apart from its own releases, Delta Groove Productions produced Roy Gaines' The First TB Album, released from the Blackgold label in 2003, which may be one of its first known work. Big Sky Motion Pictures is Delta Groove's partner company engaged in film production.

In 2007, Delta Groove launched a new record label, Eclecto Groove Records, as a home and showcase for a wide spectrum of musical styles. In June, 2007, Chortkoff brought in industry veteran Robert Fitzpatrick as the new President of Delta Groove Music and Eclecto Groove Records.[1]

Artists

Releases

Date No. Artist Title Remarks
Nov/16/04 DGPCD100 The Mannish Boys That Represent Man
Nov/16/04 DGPCD101 Kirk Fletcher Shades of Blue *CrossCut reissue
Mar/22/05 DGPCD102 Hollywood Blue Flames Soul Sanctuary
Mar/22/05 DGPCD103 Mitch Kashmar Nickels & Dimes
Jul/19/05 DGPCD104 Rod Piazza & The Mighty Flyers For The Chosen Who
Nov/15/05 DGPCD105 The Mannish Boys Live & In Demand
Feb/21/06 DGPCD106 John Long Lost & Found
Jun/20/06 DGPCD107 Hollywood Blue Flames Road To Rio / Larger Than Life
Jun/20/06 DGPCD108 Lynwood Slim Last Call
Sep/19/06 DGPCD109 Mitch Kashmar Wake Up & Worry
Oct/17/06 DGPCD110 Jackie Payne Steve Edmonson Band Master of the Game
Nov/21/06 DGPCD111 Phantom Blues Band Out of the Shadows
Nov/01/06 DGPCD112 Various Artists Road Tested V.1
Feb/20/07 DGPCD114 Frank "Paris Slim" Goldwasser bluju *CrossCut reissue
Feb/20/07 DGPCD115 Phillip Walker Going Back Home
May/22/07 DGPCD116 The Mannish Boys Big Plans
Aug/21/07 DGPCD117 The Insomniacs Left Coast Blues
Aug/21/2007 DGPCD118 Rod Piazza & MFBQ ThrillVille
2007 DGPCD119 Phantom Blues Band Footprints
2008 DGPCD120 Sean Costello We Can Get Together
2008 DGPCD121 Legendary Rhythm & Blues Revue Command Performance
Jun/17/08 DGPCD122 The Mannish Boys Lowdown Feelin'
Jul/22/08 DGPCD123 Jackie Payne Steve Edmonson Band Overnight Sensation
2008 DGPCD124 Bill Sims Jr. & Mark LaVoie American Blues Roots Duo *digital download only
Aug/19/08 DGPCD125 Los Fabulocos featuring Kid Ramos Los Fabulocos
Sep/23/08 DGPCD126 Elvin Bishop The Blues Roll On
Oct/21/08 DGPCD127 Cedric Burnside & Lightnin' Malcolm 2 Man Wrecking Crew
Nov/18/08 DGPCD128 Mitch Kashmar Live at Labatt
Feb/17/09 DGPCD129 Bobby Jones - featuring The Mannish Boys Comin' Back Hard
Feb/17/09 DGPCD130 The Soul of John Black Black John

References

  1. Industry Legend Joins Eclecto Groove Records. Deltagrooveproductions.com. Retrieved on 2013-07-12.

External links

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