A Little Bit Independent - Russ Morgan - His Greatest Hits
Label: Vee Jay Records - VJLP 1125 • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: US • Genre: Jazz • Style: Big Band
Those albums with an "VJ-" prefix are thought to have been issued in mono only. The prefixes from this point were not entirely consistent, as sometimes "VJLP-" was used for mono issues. We would appreciate any additions or corrections to this discography. Just send them to us via e-mail. Both Sides Now Publications is an information web page. We are not a catalog, nor can we provide the records listed below.
We have no association with Vee-Jay Records. Should you be interested in acquiring albums listed in this discography which are all out of printwe suggest you see our Frequently Asked Questions page and Follow the instructions found there. This story and discography are copyright,by Mike Callahan. The third major Vee-Jay label design far left is commonly called "the brackets label" because the logo appears to be enclosed in Trying My Trust - Disrupt - Discography (Box Set, LP, LP, Album, LP, LP). The "brackets label" came in after Heartbreaker (Take Me Baby) - Christ (16) - Easy To Ride Abner left the company and Randy Wood took over as president.
It was black with silver printing. Around the perimeter of the label is the same multi-colored band that is on the second label. There were two different promotional labels both with a white label with blue or black printing.
On the first, to the left and right of the center hole are the "VJ" with brackets logos the same design but smaller than logo on standard copy in blue. Around the perimeter of the label is a blue band. The second promotional label near left had the brackets logo on top in blue, with blue print. Starting at this point, the "brackets logo" replaces the "oval logo" on album covers.
Later issues of the catalog items released before this point can have the brackets label, but covers were rarely, if ever, redone to change the logos. The s reissues on the red Vee-Jay International label say stereo on the jacket but are mono. Stereo information not available. VJS - Jolly A Little Bit Independent - Russ Morgan - His Greatest Hits On all variations of the record label itself, the title is given as The Beatles and Frank Ifield on Stage.
The stereo version has the true stereo hit version of "I Remember You. This has a blue background with a drawing of the Beatles, and "Jolly What! It features a new cover photo. A Little Bit Independent - Russ Morgan - His Greatest Hits later pressed "stereo" copies using the mono stampers. The songs are allegedly live, but sound like studio recordings with a crowd overdub. On the stereo version, the crowd is in mono in the middle, while the rest of the song is in stereo.
La Lepre Nella Luna - Angelo Branduardi - La Pulce DAcqua, The Winter Wheel - Art Bears - 25 Songs: Winter Songs / The World As It Is Today, El Lago - Mägo De Oz - Rock N Oz, The Trojan Ponies - Nutin Honey, Lifted - Lighthouse Family - Greatest Hits