What More Can a Woman Do? Dee Dee Sharp. We're a Lover: Brunswick. Dexter Wansel. Uptown and Upnorth LP), Floaters and Floorshakers. Jackie Wilson. The Larks. Lou Rawls. Tracks from the Other Side EP. Victor Simonelli. The Soul. The T. Disco 45 Collection, Vol. The Latin One. Norman Harris. The Gee Story.
Billy Butler. The Brunswick Years: Gene Chandler. Huey "Piano" Smith. Talk of Town: Classic Bluegrass Don Reno. Sweeter Than Wine. Gwen McCrae. Frankie Lymon. The Stanley Brothers. Rama Story. Phylladelphia: The Gamble-Huff Years. The Futures. Pandora's Box. Procol Harum. Mark Lamarr's Roc-King up a Storm. Earl Gaines. Just a Moment: Ace Ms. Roland Stone. Jimmy's Tunes: More of the Best.
Jimmy Clanton. The Stylistics. Hey Y'All We're Miami The Party Freaks. Good Things: LP) Roulette Recordings Girls Will LP) Girls, Vol. Get Down With the Get Down. George Goldner Presents End Story. Genuine Mississippi Blues Flaming Hurricane. Piano Red. The Impressions. Chicago Cool Breezin [Brunswick]. Bluesoul Belles. Blues Complete. Charles Brown. Betty Wright. Freddie Hughes. All Righty! The "5" Royales. Timmy Thomas. We Love to Rock N Roll. The Chantels.
Walk That Mess! Tiny Bradshaw. Tuff Enuff, Vol. Top Sounds from Top Deck, Vol. Jackie Opel. Titanic and 23 Other Unsinkable Sax Blasters. The Roulette Story. The Jubilee Years: The Singles Della Reese. The Jones Girls. The First Take Is the Deepest. The Cadillacs. That Real Gone Gal. Jo Ann Campbell. Dee Clark. Sweet Brown Sugar. The Skatalites. Simply Red. Alvin "Red" Tyler. Geater Davis. Rocking Big Buddha. Tommy Rockin' Is Not Our Business!
The Flamingos. Oscar's Winner. Oscar Toney. Ooh-Wee Baby! Frankie Ford. Mysteries of the World. Movin' in the Right Direction. Steve Parks. Midnight Doctor: Greatest Hits. Willie Clayton. Los Angeles Blues: Complete Recordings Johnny Moore's Three Blazers. Chevalier Brothers.
Billy Paul. Latin Impressions, Vol. Jive Shikisha! Mahalia Jackson. Laura Alford. Groove Station, Vol. Get on Up And Get Away With the Esquires. The Esquires. Peter Brown. Earl's Pearls. Earl King.
Doctor Good Soul. Daddy's Home to Stay. Curtain Call Cocktails. Charlie Musselwhite. Clown Jewels: The Ace Masters Bobby Marchan. Christmas Past [West Side].
Bunky's Picks. The Sheppards. The mono label far left and the stereo label near left were the same except for the "STEREO" to the right of the center hole for the stereo offerings. The series label started as dark red with black print. As with the series the only difference between the mono far left and stereo albums near left was the stereo designation at the right of the center hole.
All mention of Roulette was removed, including on the cover logos. It was the same label design as before, with a change in color and the change of ownership name. If there was any doubt about "Jaymo Products" being a part of the Roulette empire, second pressings of through had the "Jaymo" changed back to "Roulette. Mono far left and stereo near left labels again only differed by the stereo designation to the right of the center hole. Starting Crazy and continuing tojust before the label's name change to Forum Circle, original labels were a deep red for mono far left and a royal blue for stereo releases near left.
The notation bending around the top of the label was removed, but the design was similar. Many second pressings or reissues of prior numbers also used these labels. Inthe label name was changed to Forum Circle, although the change in the logo was minor and it kept the same catalog sequence. On the Forum Circle records, the notation on the jacket and label states, "Mfg. After the Forum Circle change, several previously released albums were reissued with these labels. Many of the Forum Circle albums in the 7G series had the same Forum Circle labels as the blue and yellow labels, above, probably due to using up old label blanks.
The 7G series soon was sporting new orange labels for both mono far left and stereo near leftwith a large block letter "CIRCLE" around the bottom. These didn't last long and gave way to the blue labels shown below. Most of the LP) in the 7G and 7G series had blue labels like the orange version above.
The blue color ranged from very light blue, almost white far left to the light blue shown at near left, which was by far the more common color. Finally, some of the albums in the 7G country and western series had a Forum-Avon label as shown at near left.
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Forum F Audio History Series:. John Lee Hooker: In Person. Elvis Presley: Elvis' Christmas Album. King: The Ultimate CD. Sarah McLachlan: Vox. Cactus World News: Urban Beaches. Jesse James vs. Twisted Sister. The Beatles. David Byrne. The Man and Alfred Hitchcock Collector's Ed. Michael Jackson. Pedro Fernandez. Rage Against the Machine. Joe Nichols.
Hillsong Worship. Diego of the Dead. Game On: The History of Soccer. Future Releases New. The Gene Vincent Connection. Typhoon: Sympathetic Magic.
Untilted - Wiicca - Spendin Christmas Alone Again Witchtape (File, MP3), God Of Our Fathers - The King Family, Alvino Rey Orchestra, Ralph Carmichael - Sunday With The King, Alligators - Strangeloop - Shapeshiftr (File, MP3), Stop The Killing - The Varukers - Vintage Varukers (Rare And Unreleased 1980-1985) (Vinyl, LP), Obass-D3 - No Artist - Sound Pool (Deep House / Progressive House) (CD), Panama - Various - Collector´s History Of Dixieland Music (Vinyl, LP), Deep Harmony (1912) - Various - The Great Bands Of Australia (CD), Jean-Claude Vannier - Jean-Claude Vannier (Vinyl, LP, Album), Seruingem - Lyrikal Etherians - Immortality (CD, Album), I, Yi, Yi, Yi, Yi, I Like You Very Much - Various - Hollywood Sings Vol. 1 The Girls (Vinyl, LP), Se Mi Vuoi Lasciare - Various - Italian Graffiti 1960/69 (CD), Il Se Mêle A Tout Ca - Brigitte Fontaine - Il Se Mêle A Tout Ca (CD), The Graveyard - Ruud Bos - Elckerlijc / Mariken Van Nieumeghen (Vinyl, LP, Album), Palace - Mountain (Vinyl)