Douglas Daughters

Douglas Daughters was founded by Alan's daughters, Kirby Veevers and Solo Douglas Rubenstein. Their company manages his catalog and helps keep his legacy relevant.

Kirby and Solo Douglas

"With loving guidance, the producer helps to encourage individuality, to foster audacity, to coax the members of the family into situations where unexpectedly fruitful possibilities arise—and to provide the means for doing so."


Some of the titles produced by Alan Douglas include:


Douglas Daughters teamed up with creative label Lost Cat to produce a limited edition set of three note & sketch books. Each notebook pays tribute to a record Alan produced.

Other Alan Douglas Works Include:


Douglas on Blue Note (Billie Holiday, Duke Ellington, Art Blakey, Kenny Dorham, Bill Evans, Jim Hall …)

Mud In Your Ear, Muddy Waters Blues Band (digital)
My Own Way, Richie Havens
Hooteroll (+2), Jerry Garcia
My Goals Beyond, John McLaughlin
Wildflowers, 3 CD Set
The Song is You 2CD – Woodstock Jazz Festival ‘81, Chick Corea; Jack de Johnette; Pat Metheny; Lee Konitz; Anthony Braxton, Miroslav Vitous
Dizzy for President, Dizzy Gillepsie
O Soul Song, Harisprasad Chaurasia & Ken Lauber
1965 Monterey Jazz Festival, Modern Jazz Quartet
With a Heartbeat, Pharoah Sanders
Three Pianos for Jimi, Geri Allen & the Batson Brothers
Little Boy Don’t Get Scared, Jazzonia – Bill Laswell
Le Duo Plays Jacques Brel, LeDUO
LeDuo plays Charles Aznavour, LeDUO
New York City Band, NYCB feat. Luther Vandross
The Redesign, Operazone
Honky Tonk Bud, Lightnin Rod (aka Jalal)
Jazz Memories, 2CD/Photo Book Collection, Classic Artists + Hermann Leonard photos
Brazil, Charlie Rouse (with Ron Carter, Bernard Purdie)
Ginsberg’s Thing, Allen Ginsberg
What I Was Arrested For, Lenny Bruce
The Essential L.B. Politics, Lenny Bruce
By Any Means Necessary, Malcolm X
U Can Be Anyone This Time Around, Timothy Leary (with Stephen Stills, Buddy Miles, John Sebastian, and Jimi Hendrix on bass)
El Topo O.M.P.S, Alejandro Jodorowsky
Woodstock Diary 1969, Hendrix, Santana, Jopin, & Others
The Doors Are Open/The Stones in the Park, The Rolling Stones/ The Doors
Body Heat – Live in Monterey ‘79, James Browne
The Woodstock Jazz Festival ’81, Chick Corea, Pat Metheny, & Others
The Mothership Connection – Live in Houston ’76, Parliament Funkadelic, George Clinton

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