We work hard to protect your security and privacy. Our payment security system encrypts your information during transmission. Learn more. Ships from tammystunezz Sold by tammystunezz. Ships from. Sold by. Other Sellers on Amazon. Sold by: Northworks UK. Have one to sell? Sell on Amazon. Image Unavailable Image not available for Color:. Juke Box Saturday Night. See all 4 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions Price. These Little LPs were stereo, and said so on the cardboard jacket, but not on the label.
A second label was used which gave the address as Melrose Avenue, Los Angeles, 69, Calif, which was the first address Solomon had upon moving to California in This label was blue with silver print, and had a mountain above the center hole with jagged sides which looked like lightning bolts. This label did not say stereo, either.
The SDBR- prefix was on the cover, but not the label itself. A short time later, in December, , the company moved to N. It had the same graphics as the blue "lightning bolts" label just before it. This was the label that was current in , so those issued or re-issued after the first bunch would have this label. The Little LPs listed below are known to exist in a mixture of these three labels. They have been operating since , and apparently are available for special contract recordings.
One of these resulted in this Little LP that was undoubtedly heard and may still be Gordy Gordy used their normal purple label for their Little LPs also. The first label was light blue-grey with black print. Some time shortly after the merger, all the Little LPs were re-issued with the new label name using a red label see right.
Moovin' In Groovin'. At this point, the label name changes to Terry-Gregory. The label was gold with black print; a stereo label is shown at left. The SBG series was a London series. Beat  Mr. Hickory Hickory used their normal LP label, which was black with silver print. Hilltop Hilltop used their normal yellow LP label. No, they didn't give us any of those tapes on Little LP, but they did issue a George Chakaris jukebox EP remember, these were for adults.
The label was the normal black Horizon label with silver print. Impulse The Impulse label was orange with black print. EP AS-1 - J. Jay-Jay Label shown at left is just one of many, many variations used by Jay Jay Records over the decades it was in business. The numbers not listed below are Riverside issues. Sam Jones, and Philly Joe Jones. Jerden Jerden's label was yellow with black print. Although the stereo singles used the banner "33 Stereo 33", some Little LPs were issued with that label.
At this point, the label changes to the new Kapp label with the red hat in a white box to the left of the center hole. After a six-year hiatus, Kapp finally put out a couple of additional Little LPs. By , MCA, by now the owner of the Kapp label, was consolidating the catalog series for its owned labels into a series using the Decca catalog sequence. King King used their normal stereo label, which was blue with silver print. Liberty Liberty used the black label with the rainbow colors on the left side.
Little LPs Unlimited. These were all produced by Little LPs Unlimited. These were produced by Little LPs Unlimited. Merrimac Merrimac Music Industries, Ltd. These 30 Little LPs — if they were actually released at all — sank so fast we've never seen any of them.
The SLM series used the 4-digit number from the full albums. Moonglow Moonglow used their orange LP label with black print.
Motown Motown used their usual blue label with the map at the top. Unfortunately, they didn't bother to put record numbers on the front jacket or the label. The numbers on the label were the matrix numbers, and were different for each side of the record.
We have used the full LP numbers for reference. They used a special series not related to the full LP catalog numbers. They were all issued at the same time in By , Pacific Jazz had updated their look with a new logo. This was used on the cover of first four Little LPs issued in , but the label used was that of the sister label World Pacific, probably because they needed to get these first four out and the new Pacific Jazz labels weren't ready.
The labels used had the World Pacific logo on the left and the Pacific Jazz number on the right. At this point, the label changes to the new Pacific Jazz label. It had the new Pacific Jazz logo on the left. Palomar Palomar was distributed by London Records. The Little LP cover is shown at left. We have not seen the label, but it should be dark blue with silver print, like the other London-distributed labels at that time e. The experiment failed, so Parkway didn't try it again.
The first Parrot label was blue or dark blue with silver print. This was used until Gold-Mor owner Bernie Yudkofsky believed the packages should reflect the covers and labels of the parent LPs. Some of the earlier numbers have been reissued with this label. I have the amended or clean cd and download which says more about me than it does about Bruno. Just like "Hooligans and Doo-woops" his previous cd this has 10 songs. This has a few she took me on a roller coaster ride of love song which seem to be his favorite genre and he lesson seems to be be in the low times remember the highs.
The highlight is the hit,"When I was Her Man" he makes sound heartfelt. You may ask why only 4 stars? I am partial to songs about love not sex. But for those who like sex songs and people that live love only for the moment those songs are here too. If you loved the first cd, you'll find something you like a lot playing the Unorthodox Jukebox. The music is wonderful, great songs, but do not buy the vinyl record. I received the album and it was riddled with defects on the second and third tracks of side A and side B.
I sent the record back and they sent me another album. The replacement was worse! Side A was alright this time, but side B was atrocious. I think out of all the songs on side B, one song played correctly. I thought maybe it was my record player, but I tested several records and then tested the record on another player, same problems.
The quality of the record is poor, it wasn't produced on gram vinyl. I'm sending the replacement back, and not having it re-replaced. Not worth it. Love every song on this CD. It's Bruno Mars - that's really all I want to say about that. I highly recommend this. Has some of his big hits. Bruno Mars is a entertainer but most of all a showman. The song Treasure is a Treasure. Watching his performance of the song on the Billboard Awards identified his talent, topped by those who supported him.
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