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#93. The Prestige Family
"Samson & Delilah" by Rev. Gary Davis


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The Prestige label was one of the pre-eminent jazz labels. They branched out with a few subsidiary jazz labels: New Jazz, Moodsville, Swingville and the budget label: Status. They also had a folk imprint: Folklore, an international label: Prestige International, and two bluesy labels: Bluesville and Tru-Sound. Their heyday was the '50s and '60s, and in 1971 they sold out to Fantasy Records.

NewJazz-DougWatkins
New Jazz - Doug Watkins
NewJazz-KingCurtis
New Jazz - King Curtis
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Presige Bluesville - Lightnin Hopkins
PrestigeBluesville-Rev.Gary
Prestige Bluesville - Rev. Gary Davis
Prestige-earlymono-MoseAlli
Prestige (early mono) - Mose Allison
Prestige-earlystereo-KingCu
Prestige (early stereo) - King Curtis
PrestigeFolklore-Jean-Ritch
Prestige Folklore - Jean Ritchie
PrestigeFolklore-PeggySeege
Prestige Folklore - Peggy Seeger
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Prestige International - Guy Carawan
PrestigeInternational-Vario
Prestige International - Various
PrestigeMoodsville-KennyBur
Prestige Moodsville - Kenny Burrell
PrestigeMoodsville-TommyFla
Prestige Moodsville - Tommy Flanagan
PrestigeSwingville-AlCasey
Prestige Swingville - Al Casey
PrestigeSwingville-TinyGrim
Prestige Swingville - Tiny Grimes
Status-ArtFarmer
Status - Art Farmer
Status-Various
Status - Various
Tru-Sound-EddieKirkland
Tru-Sound - Eddie Kirkland
Tru-Sound-ErnestineAllen
Tru-Sound - Ernestine Allen



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