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Jazzman Records is a record label founded by London DJ Gerald Short in 1998, specialising in re-releasing hard-to-find jazz, funk and soul vinyl records. It also has three sublabels called FUNK45, SOUL45 and Stark Reality.

Jazzman Records is distributed in Europe by PIAS, Boombox, Groove Attack and Boogaloop Records Distribution, in Japan by P-Vine and in the US by Groove Distribution.

Jazzman has released over 100 vinyl singles. Among the CD and LP releases are:

  • Texas Funk: Black Gold from the Lone Star State, 1968-1975 (2004)
  • Midwest Funk: Funk 45s from Tornado Alley (2005)
  • Florida Funk: Funk 45s from the Alligator State, 1968-1975 (2007)
  • Carolina Funk: First in Funk (2008)
  • Spiritual Jazz (2008)




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