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    French jazz label and record company, founded early 's. The first 14 (or 15) releases in the L-P series were French and released in the s; the number series was then revised for L-P 16 to L-P 21 by Sture Hällström in Sweden in (See Jazz Society (3) for later Swedish releases.).

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