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 Dial Records - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Dial was founded by Ross Russell in 1946, who operated the label for about a decade.
Another Dial Records focusing on Electronic and Techno Music in particular was founded in 1999 in Hamburg, Germany by Peter M. Kersten and David Lieske.
A later Dial Records was founded in 1998 by Mike Donovan in San Francisco, California.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Dial_Records   (190 words)

  
 Ross Russell: 1909-2000
Russell recorded a number of other important sessions on Dial in the short period in which the label was active, from 1946 until 1949.
In 1981 he sold his voluminous collection of records and his archive of taped interviews and memorabilia to the University of Texas at Austin, where it is housed at the Harry Ransom Humanities Research Centre.
Russell did release the 'Lover Man' session on Dial against the saxophonist's wishes (pressed, he claimed later, by other musicians who wanted to hear as much of Bird as possible), but they made up sufficiently to cut several more key sides for the label in 1947, both in California and in New York.
www.jazzhouse.org /gone/lastpost2.php3?edit=951985219   (721 words)

  
 Jazz Discography Project Home Page
Dial Records (e Hollywood, CA, 1946; Ross Russell) record company and label.
Blue Note, Prestige, Riverside Records (hard bop's big three labels); bebop, cool/west coast, hard bop/mode, free jazz musicians; Miles Davis' personal connections, and more.
Debut Records (e New York, 1952; Charles, Celia Mingus and Max Roach) record company and label.
www.jazzdisco.org   (1251 words)

  
 Amazon.com: The Legendary Dial Masters, Vols. 1 & 2: Music: Charlie Parker
Content-wise, it is very close to "The Complete Dial Sessions 1946-47", but minus all the outtakes (and at about half the price).
This is a compilation of some of Bird's very best work, for Dial Records, from 2/46 - 12/47.
This release, and "Complete", mentioned above, are probably the best selections from the Dial material.
www.amazon.com /exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/B000001LYT?v=glance   (486 words)

  
 Jazz On Compact Disc @ Crazy Jazz - Spotlite Records
07664 : CHARLIE PARKER: CHARLIE PARKER ON DIAL - THE COMPLETE SESSIONS - (1946-1947) : SPOTLITE :
07662 : CHARLIE PARKER: THE DIAL MASTERS - ORIGINAL CHOICE TAKES - (1946-1947) : SPOTLITE :
Jazz On Compact Disc @ Crazy Jazz- Spotlite Records
www.crazyjazz.co.uk /Labels/S/spotlite.htm   (2051 words)

  
 Erroll Garner: Reviews, Discography, Audio Clips, and more Music.com
Erroll Garner [+], who had the ability to sit at the piano without prior planning and record three albums in one day (all colorful first takes), made many records throughout his career for such companies as Savoy, Mercury, RCA, Dial, Columbia, EmArcy, ABC-Paramount, MGM, Reprise and his own Octave label.
By 1946 Garner had his sound together and when he backed Charlie Parker[+] on his famous "Cool Blues" session of 1947, the pianist was already an obvious giant.
Garner, whose older brother Linton is also a fine pianist, appeared on the radio with the Kan-D-Kids at the age of ten.
music.com /person/erroll_garner/1   (432 words)

  
 Rubidge Notes
Listed in the National census records for Coventry in 1861 is a Lewes Rubidge whose occupation is given as a Dial Painter.(Someone at the time pencilled in "Deaf and Dumb" next to his entry !) He seems to have disappeared from Coventry by the next census.
Dale Albert Rubidge b Aug. 26 1946 Miami Man. Radio T.V. Teck.
My great grandfather gives her birth date as Nov. 26, 1726, but I notice in notes that Charles Marter Rubidge took from the British Museum (No. 5533) that the date is 1725/26, because of the year change occurring on March 25 until 1752.
www.sas.upenn.edu /~grace2/jeff/jnotes.html   (14800 words)

  
 The Bebop Shop Diz, Maggie & Dodo: More Classic Dials & Others
Dodo Marmarosa: On Dial- The Complete Sessions 1946-47 (CD: Spotlite)
Diz, Maggie & Dodo: More Classic Dials & Others
The second CD offers the pianist’s two final recording sessions, both in Chicago. One for the Argo label, issued on Lp as “Dodo’s Back!” (containing a unhackneyed selection of standards), and the other for the famous Prestige label. (Fresh Sound Records)
www.thebebopshop.com /acatalog/The_Bebop_Shop_Diz__Maggie___Dodo__More_Classic_Dials___Others_87.html   (14800 words)

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