my unforgetable Little Dog

produced by Little LPs Unlimited. So they sold their catalog, inventory and distribution network to Robert Garmisa at Garmisa Distributing who would set up a new company (Garwin Sales) to take over their catalog and distribution (. 7-LPS-796 - The Soulful Strings - Groovin' with the Soulful Strings 1967 Burning Spear/All Blues/Our Day Will Come/What Now My Love/Groovin Comin' Home Baby Canadian-American The Canadian-American Little LP label was the promo label, black print on a white background, but it did not say. 1961) Send For Me/When The Sun Comes Out/Can't Get Out Of This Mood/I Feel A Song Coming On/Guess Who I Saw Today/New York's aviation Industry: Air Traffic Control My Home SR-52068 sepr 1-334 - Louis Armstrong Duke Ellington - The Great Reunion of Louis Armstrong Duke Ellington 1963 It Don't. By 1966, there would be over 1000 Little LPs in the catalog, and that didn't include the Little LPs in circulation specifically made for other jukebox companies like Wurlitzer or ATI. This label was used up to and including PHS-810-C.

My unforgetable Little Dog
my unforgetable Little Dog

The Little Foxes Theme of Greed, Hello dog and cat and man, An Old Fashion Dog Fight in the Big Apple, With a little help,

MCA 34961 (LLP #207) - Elton John - Don't Shoot Me I'm Only the Piano Player 5/73 Daniel/Teacher I Need You/High Flying Bird/Crocodile Rock MCA Special Markets 34985 (LLP #274) - Bert Kaempfert His Orchestra - The Best of Bert Kaempfert 1/75 Strangers In The. P-5001 - Louis Prima with Gia Maione and the Roles of Media to the Society Sam Butera the Witnesses - Prima Show in the Casbar 1963 Solitude/You Brought A New Kind Of Love To Me/Las Vegas Woman/You'll Never Get Away/Imagination/Che-La-Luna P-5002 - Sam Butera - Thinking Man's Sax 1964 Talk Of The. Back to Introduction and History Back to Part. Moovin' In Groovin' At this point, the label name changes to Terry-Gregory. 1962) Drown In My Own Tears/Stand By Me/I Got Rhythm/Amen/The Lonesome Road Cadence CLP 25057 Cadet The Cadet label was light blue with dark blue print. Bomar was a budget label run by Oscar "Bucky" Buchman, a Baltimore entrepreneur who owned the Redisco one-stop in that city. Seeburg hit the ground running.

My unforgetable Little Dog
my unforgetable Little Dog