JDC Records was an important record distributor during the golden years of dance music (1976–1990). It was originally located in San Pedro, California and owned by Jim and Dale Callon The company name came from their initials, JDC. They distributed world-wide and carried many independent labels. JDC was known for their "JDC Mixers." Popular DJs such as DJ Pebo would take records from the catalog and create a non-stop dance mix. JDC also had a retail record store in San Pedro. It was managed by Rudy Benavides.
Jim Callon worked closely on production with his UCLA classmate, Charles Lamont of Barking Dog Studios.
JDC was also a record label which included a sub-label of hip-hop called Dunk Yer Funk Records which released the electrofunk classic "Velocity, Speed and Force" by VSF (which was produced by J-vibe).
JDC 0027 Unknown Artist L.A. Party Mix (12")
JDC 0028 Bobby Davenport - Time (Has Come Today) (12")
JDC 0029 Rofo - Flashlight On A Disconight (12")
JDC 0030 Precious - Taboo (12")
JDC 0032 Various The JDC Mixer - 7 Years Of Disco / Dance Music (12")
JDC 0033 Victor & The Glove - Breakmixer (Part 1) (12", S/Sided)
JDC 0033 Victor & The Glove - Breakmixer (Part 2) (12", S/Sided)
JDC 0034 Knights Of The Turntables - Techno Scratch (12")