Workshop Records promotional label design

Red, yellow & white commercial label design

Workshop Jazz promotional label design

Compiled by LG Nilsson, Seabear Studios, Stockholm, Sweden Thanks to Keith Hughes, UK, for the Workshop Jazz label scans Back to Motown labels

Workshop Jazz 2001 A Hank & Carol Diamond Exodus May 1962
First release on Motown's short-lived jazz oriented label. Promotional records were released as "Workshop Records" without "Jazz" on 2001.
Workshop Jazz 2001 B Hank & Carol Diamond I Remember You May 1962
Workshop Jazz 2002 A Earl Washington All Stars Opus No. 3 May 1962
Workshop Jazz 2002 B Earl Washington All Stars March Lightly May 1962
Workshop Jazz 2003 A Paula Greer I Want To Talk About You 1963
**Unissued**. Promotional copies exist.
Workshop Jazz 2003 B Paula Greer So In Love 1963
**Unissued**. Promotional copies exist.
Workshop Jazz 2004 A Dave Hamilton Late Freight Feb 1963
One of Motown's early "Funk Brothers" on his own.
Workshop Jazz 2004 B Dave Hamilton Mellow In Coli Feb 1963
Workshop Jazz 2005 A Johnny Griffith Trio I'mi See You Later Feb 1963
Another great Motown keyboard player and Funk Brother in a jazzy mood.
Workshop Jazz 2005 B Johnny Griffith Trio I Did Feb 1963
Vocal version released on Workshop Jazz 2007-A by Paula Greer.
Workshop Jazz 2006 A George Bohannon Quartet Bobbie Feb 1963
Workshop Jazz 2006 B George Bohannon Quartet El Rig Feb 1963
Trombone player and session musician at Motown. Bohannon spelled with just one "n" on label.
Workshop Jazz 2007 A Paula Greer I Did Feb 1963
Instrumental version released on Workshop Jazz 2005-B by Johnny Griffith Trio.
Workshop Jazz 2007 B Paula Greer Falling In Love With You Feb 1963
Last release on Workshop Jazz.

Back to Motown labels