|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Soul On Soul||13||Audio||2000||RCA Victor|
|3||Moving Portrait||9||Audio||1998||DIW Records|
|5||Songs For Wandering Souls||10||Audio||1999||Winter & Winter|
|7||Meaning And Mystery||9||Audio||2006||Greenleaf Music|
|8||The Infinite||9||Audio||2002||Bluebird (3)|
|9||A Thousand Evenings||14||Audio||2000|
|10||Magic Triangle||9||Audio||1998||Arabesque Recordings|
|11||Live At Pecci Museum (Italy), March 7, 1995||4||Audio||1995||Not On Label (John Zorn)|
|12||An Exclusive Interview With Dave Douglas||5||Audio||2004|
|13||A Single Sky||7||Audio||2009||Greenleaf Music|
|14||Rue De Seine||10||Audio||2006||C.A.M. Jazz|
|15||Freak In||12||Audio||2003-02-18||Bluebird (3)|
|16||Six Standards (Quintet) 1996||6||Audio||2004||Splasc(h) Records|
|19||Bow River Falls||11||Audio||2004|
|20||GPS Vol 3: Bad Mango||7||Audio||2011||Greenleaf Music|
|21||Three Views||3||Audio||2011||Greenleaf Music|
|22||Freak In||12||Audio||2002-03-14||J SHP|
|23||Rue De Seine||10||Audio||2006-03-14||C.A.M. Jazz|
|25||The Complete Remastered Recordings On Black Saint & Soul Note||56||Audio||2012|
|26||DD|50 (50th Birthday Recordings)||31||Audio||2013-10-22||Greenleaf Music|
|27||Present Joys||12||Audio||2014-07-22||Greenleaf Music|
American jazz trumpeter and composer.
Born : March 24, 1963 in Montclair, New Jersey.
Dave Douglas' music is derived from many non-jazz musical styles, including classical music, folk music from European countries and Klezmer. He has been a member of the experimental big band Orange Then Blue. Douglas is currently the director of the Festival of New Trumpet Music, which is held annually in New York City.
Since 1993, Douglas has recorded more than twenty albums as a bandleader. He has also performed and recorded with dozens of musicians, perhaps most notably with various John Zorn ensembles. With his own groups, Douglas has pioneered new settings for the trumpet in jazz. In more recent years, he has explored collaborations involving modern dance, spoken word/poetry, and film.