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Soul Jazz Records is a British-based record label. The label started in the 1990s, releasing compilation albums of predominantly black music, including reggae, soul and jazz. The label has since expanded its style, and has released further compilations of post-punk, electronica and world music, alongside a number of artist studio albums and singles.

Album releases on the label include The World of Arthur Russell, The Sexual Life of the Savages, A Tom Moulton Mix and That's My Beat.

(Incomplete) Discography

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