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UK record label re-releasing jazz, soul and funk, mainly licensed from classic US labels Prestige / Riverside / Fantasy in compilation form. It was run by DJs Gilles Peterson, Baz Fe Jazz and Russ Dewbury; BGP stands for Beat Goes Public.



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