A.k.a. "Smooth" Lundvall
Bruce Lundvall (born September 13, 1935 – died May 19, 2015, Wycoff, New Jersey, USA) was an American record company executive. He began his music career in marketing at Columbia where he remained for 21 years, becoming President of the domestic division of CBS in 1976. He then moved to Elektra in 1982, where he became President of Elektra Records and the newly created Elektra Musician jazz label. In 1984, he was approached with an offer to create EMI-Manhattan Records, a pop music label based on the East Coast for EMI, as well as reviving the suspended Blue Note jazz label. He is mainly credited as reissue producer.