Dial Records (1946)  

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Dial Records was a United States based record label specializing in bebop jazz. Dial was founded by Ross Russell in 1946, who operated the label for about a decade. Notable artists who recorded for Dial included Charlie Parker, Miles Davis, Max Roach, and Milt Jackson. Dial Records were made by the Tempo Music Shop of Hollywood, California.

Labels of Dial Records said that they were "Contemporary American Music", a dig at the traditionalist American Music Records label.

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