Kent Records
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Kent Records

Kent Records was a Los Angeles-based record label, launched in the late 1950s by the Bihari brothers. It was a follow-up to the bankrupted Modern Records and reissued Modern's records. It was later bought by Ace Records, England, which uses the label name to release Motown and Northern Soul music.

The label issued Luke "Long Gone" Miles' 1969 single, "Hello Josephine"/"Little Sweet Thing",[1] as well as many releases from B. B. King and Lowell Fulsom.


  1. ^ Stefan Wirz. "Luke "Long Gone" Miles discography". Retrieved 2011.

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