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Record Labels that Tidal is missing that you would like to have

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Since there are not Tidal Forums, unlike Spotify, I thought it would be beneficial to make requests for labels to add.

 

I am a big jazz and classical fan, and would love Tidal to include the following labels:

 

Jazz:

Steeplechase, HighNote, ECM, CamJazz, Sunnyside

 

Classical:

 

Hyperion, ECM New Series

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There are so many amazing things on Tidal but as you point out, also many things are not there. I agree I would love to see the ECM label titles. I would also like to see more items on the MPS label. They have some titles, but the ones they have are not HiRes so the light never comes on.

 

I have been enjoying things on the ACT label and there is a lot to choose from. Lars Danielsson's albums are amazing. Check out his Liberetto album. Lots of other artists on that label that I need to listen to.

 

I guess my biggest letdown has been albums that are listed but it turns out they are only in low-res format. I was excited to see all Ben Sidran's albums but the early ones are low-res. Oh well, I guess the service is a work in progress. I'm very happy with it nevertheless.

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Arabesque, whose titles are available on Google Play Music are missing from Tidal. Including my favorite American in Paris with Mitch Miller and the LSO. Telarc missing but for some perhaps questionably legal foreign editions. The Telarcs are pretty much NA everywhere though.

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ECM has no plans to be part of any streaming service in the near future. If at some point a music business model is established whereby artists, composers and rights holders receive fairer payment, then the label’s position on streaming could change.

 

http://www.marlbank.net/opinion/2314-are-jazz-labels-right-to-ignore-spotify.html

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ECM has no plans to be part of any streaming service in the near future. If at some point a music business model is established whereby artists, composers and rights holders receive fairer payment, then the label’s position on streaming could change.

 

http://www.marlbank.net/opinion/2314-are-jazz-labels-right-to-ignore-spotify.html

 

OK, but thread title says "...you would like to have".

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I believe both ECM and Hyperion have a strict no streaming policy, you won't find them anywhere to my knowledge..

 

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Although there are some albums available, Telarc and Chandos seem to have a thin presence on TIDAL.

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Whatever label has indie musicians like Fugazi , Sea and Cake .

No albums

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Looks like ECM became available on TIDAL just recently. Noticed a Bill Frisell ECM release today and now see most everything.

 

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9 hours ago, Olson_jr said:

Looks like ECM became available on TIDAL just recently. Noticed a Bill Frisell ECM release today and now see most everything.

 

One of my most favorite artist of the '70's was Carla Bley. Looks like all of her work for ECM is now on Tidal.


 

"The function of music is to release us from the tyranny of conscious thought", Sir Thomas Beecham. 

 

 

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