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The term was coined as a musical marketing term in the United States in 1949 by Jerry Wexler at Billboard magazine. It replaced the term race music (which was deemed offensive), and the Billboard category Harlem Hit Parade in June 1949. The term was initially used to identify the rocking style of music that combined the 12 bar blues format and boogie-woogie with a back beat, which later became a fundamental element of rock and roll. In 1948, RCA Victor was marketing black music under the name Blues and Rhythm. The words were reversed by Wexler of Atlantic Records, the most aggressive and dominant label in the R&B field in the early years. By the 1970s, rhythm and blues was being used as a blanket term to describe soul and funk. Today the acronym R&B is almost always used instead of the full rhythm and blues, and mainstream use of the term refers to a modern version of soul and funk-influenced pop music that originated at the demise of disco in 1980.

The Prestige 10000 Series commenced in 1971 when the label was sold to Fantasy Records and the label was moved to San Francisco California [3]

51. Ben Webster
52. Eddie Harris
53. Bobby Keys
54. Richard Elliott
55. Chris Potter
56. Kirk Whalum
57. Dave Koz
58. Wilton Felder
59. Lee Konitz
60. Eric Marienthal
61. Gene Ammons
62. John Surman
63. Arnett Cobb
64. Lee Allen
65. Pete Christlieb
66. Sonny Fortune
67. Clarence Clemons
68. Plas Johnson
69. Harold Land
70. David Sanchez
71. Bud Shank
72. Big Jay McNeely
73. Lou Donaldson
74. Branford Marsalis
75. Alvin 'Red' Tyler
76. Yusef Lateef
77. Sonny Simmons
78. Nat Simpkins
79. Archie Shepp
80. Willis Jackson
81. Maxwell Davis
82. Joe Houston
83. Louis Jordan
84. John Zorn
85. Richie Cole
86. Hank Crawford

87. Billy Harper
88. Earl Bostic
89. George Coleman
90. Dave Liebman
91. Lenny Pickett
92. Lucky Thompson
93. John Gilmore
94. Red Prysock
95. "Daddy" Gene Barge
96. Zoot Sims
97. Brandon Fields
98. Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis
99. Jimmy Forrest
100. Sam Rivers

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