After Archie Bleyer's late experiment with the six "Little LPs," he basically stopped because of lack of sales. Bleyer tried a few more after that, but not many. By then, the Cadence LLP label had changed to the regular then-current red Cadence label with black print. But Vote!! Cadet The Cadet label was light blue with dark blue print. Canadian-American The Canadian-American Little LP label was the promo label, black print on a white background, but it did not say "promotional copy" on it.
Capricorn The Capricorn label was brown with black print. Chart LLP cover shown at left. Checker The Checker label was dark blue with silver print. Chess The Chess label was dark blue with silver print. Chisa The Chisa label was red and purple with black print. Colgems The Colgems label was red and white with black print. Although we have not seen the Little LP label, it should be dark blue with silver print, like the London, Hi, or Parrot early labels.
Coral The Coral label was dark red sometimes reddish brown with silver print. Dearborn The Dearborn label was teal with black print, with a pink band near the edge of the label. The yellow Dearborn logo was at the top. It had a red label with gold print. Dolton The Dolton label was blue with black print, with the logo at left. Dot Dot used its normal label for the Little LPs; it was black with silver print, with the multi-color Dot logo on top.
Dublin This Dublin label, unlike several others of that name, was a US-based label that operated in and The label was black with silver print; the 45 label is shown at left. Everest By the time Everest issued a handful of Little LPs in late , the company had been going through some turmoil. It was founded in New York in as a company focused on stereo.
It did well until , then faded some until , when the original owner, Harry Belock, sold the company to his former accountant Bernard Solomon, completing the deal February 20, Solomon proceeded to sell off all the studio equipment and move the label to Los Angeles. The label at left was the earliest label used in issuing the Little LPs, as it was a leftover label from the time before the sale, when the company was still in Long Island.
Solomon used up the stock of these labels in The label was blue with silver print, with mountains in two small boxes. 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. Frequently bought together. Add both to Basket. These items are dispatched from and sold by different sellers. Show details. Customers who bought this item also bought.
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