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Quicksilver Reissues Palo Alto & Bulldog Records

Got an Earth Jones? Are you suppressing Madd About Tadd? Have you Tricky Fingers? You won’t be alone, Record Collector, because Quicksilver is rereleasing those discs and more from the Palo Alto and Bulldog catalogs on 24-bit remastered CD.

The complete jazz and blues CD lineup from Quicksilver looks like this:
John Abercrombie & John Scofield Solar
Pepper Adams Urban Dreams
Eubie Blake Tricky Fingers
Mike Bloomfield Junko Partner
Dusan Bogdanovic Early to Rise
Les Brown & His Band of Renown Radio Days: Hollywood Palladium
Les Brown & His Band of Renown Radio Days: Jubilee on the Air
Continuum Mad About Tadd
James Cotton Dealin’ With the Devil
Les DeMerle On Fire
Jimmy Dorsey Orchestra Radio Days: July 18, 1944, the Frolic Club
Larry Elgart and His Orchestra Live from the Ambassador
David Friesen Amber Skies
Buddy Guy & Junior Wells Live at the Mystery Club
Earl “Fatha” Hines Vol. 1
Earl “Fatha” Hines Vol. 2
Linda Hopkins How Blue Can You Get?
Lena Horne & Nat King Cole Mad About the Boy, Crazy About the Girl
Etta James Red Hot and Live
Gregory James Band Come to Me
Harry James Orchestra Radio Days: Ashbury Park, June 30, 1946
Elvin Jones Earth Jones
Elvin Jones Brother John
King Pleasure Moody’s Mood for Love
Gene Krupa Hot Drums
Lightning Slim Bad Luck Blues
Arnie Lawrence Renewal
Mighty Joe Young Live From the Wise Fools Pub
Lanny Morgan It’s About Time
Anita O’Day There’s Only One…
Boyd Raeburn & Dizzy Gillespie Radio Days: Jubilee
Otis Rush & Little Walter Live
Jack Teagarden Orchestra Radio Days: Aug 16, 1944, Bridgeport, CT
McCoy Tyner Just Feelin’
Various Artists Big Bands of the Swingin’ Years
Various Artists Monterey Jazz 1958-1980
Larry Vuckovich with John Hendricks Cast Your Fate
Larry Vuckovich City Sounds
Mal Waldron One Entrance, Many Exits
Teddy Wilson Into the Sky
Phil Woods Quartet Live From New York
Denny Zeitlin Tidal Wave

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