Clef Records

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Clef Records was an American jazz record label founded by Norman Granz in 1946.[1] It became part of Verve Records, which Granz created in 1956. Clef recordings were in the mid 50s licensed to Columbia (UK) who issued 78rpm discs with a special white label and the Clef logo.

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