CTI Records

Creed Taylor launched Greenestreet Records in 1984, outside and away from all the positive and negative infamy of his CTI past. It was a brief sojourn that lasted through only four releases (six were actually recorded) and included the American debut of trumpeter Claudio Roditi. Greenestreet - which appeared as "Greene Street" on the first two releases - was named for a place that Mr. Taylor cherishes. Each record was engineered by longtime Taylor associate, Rudy Van Gelder, and only several selections from guitarist Jack Wilkins's fine straight-ahead session, Captain Blued, found life on CD (as Mexico, with added tracks from Opal). 

1984 Red On Red
Claudio Roditi w/Kenia

Issues: Greene Street GS 2001
Master No.: VG 54321 A/B
  Road Warriors
Les McCann/Houston Person

Issues: Greene Street GS 2002
Master No.: VG 54322 A/B
Roger Kellaway featuring Houston Person

Issues: Greenestreet GS 2003
Master No.: VG 54323 A-1/B-1
  No Image Captain Blued
Jack Wilkins

Issues: Greenestreet GS 2004
Master No.: VG 54323 A-1/B-1
  No Image High Horse

Issues: None
(scheduled as Greenestreet GS 2005)
  No Image Opal
Jack Wilkins
Issues: None
(scheduled as Greenestreet GS 2006)