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. Philadelphia International Philadelphia International used their usual green label with black print. Philips The first Philips label was black with silver print. This label was used up to and including PHSC. At about this point, the label changes to blue with silver print.
Several of the earlier releases were re-issued with the blue label, such as shown at near left. PEP-1 - Jeannie C. Riley - Harper Valley P. Prima Prima was Louis Prima's company, and used a black label with silver print.
Project 3 The Project 3 label was red and white with black print. Ranwood The Ranwood label was blue with black print. It had a rainbow colored band around the label's edge. The LP label is shown at left. Riverside The Riverside label was black with silver print.
Jazzland releases are indicated below, and can be found under the Jazzland label. Roulette The Roulette label was pink with black print, with a Roulette logo at the top. The Roulette label was reddish orange with black print, with no logo or any graphics. Smash Smash used the usual red label with black print. Amos Heilicher's Minneapolis label was known for rock music, but put out a slew of middle-of-the- road Little LPs in late Heilicher bought up the catalogs of several labels, including Chicago's Heartbeat label from Seymour Schwartz, and the Somerset catalog formerly owned by Pennsylvanian David Miller.
Somerset was the original label for the Strings catalog. Spark Spark was another of the London distributed labels, so the label was dark blue with silver print. Starday Starday used their usual yellow label with black print for their Little LPs. Sue The Sue label was orange with black print. It had a yellow and brown label with black print.
Sussex Sussex used their current multi-color label. Swan The Swan label was black with silver print. The Telefunken label was red with gold print. Thunderbird The Thunderbird label was orange with black print. The first two releases did not have the bird in white, while later releases did. Time Time's label was red with black print. T-Neck T-Neck used their then-current orange label. United Artists United Artists considered most of their Little LPs to be promotional discs, therefore used the white promotional label with black print.
Not all the labels said promotion on them, and occasionally, the Little LP would be released with the normal black label, such as shown near left. Most if not all these later Little LPs had promotional designations.
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