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Mel Keiser
P.O. Box 372
Littlestown,  PA   17340-0372


Telephone:  717-337-0475


About Us

Since being founded in 1983, The Philadelphia Juke Box Company has become one of the leaders in jukebox record business.............

This is our standard for visual inspection and grading the condition of vinyl 45's

M- Mint Minus or NM Near Mint
This is our highest grade. The record is near perfect.
It means that the record looks flawless.
There are no visible scuff marks or scratches.
It may be a new (old stock) unplayed record.
We don't grade any record above M- even if it's new.

NM- Near Mint Minus and VG+++ Very Good Plus Plus Plus
The record looks close to Mint Minus but may have some small scuff marks.

VG++ Very Good Plus Plus
The record may have some larger scuff marks, but no scratches.

VG+ Very Good Plus
The record may have scuff marks and obvious signs of some wear.

And so on down to P Poor

means that the record is no longer being manufactured, but some new (old stock)
copies may be available or previously owned copies may be available.

Once a record is out-of-print it becomes very difficult to come up with previously owned
copies that are in VG++ Very Good Plus Plus to M- Mint Minus condition.

A Collector's Item such as an original Buddy Holly 45 from the 1950's may
cost $100.00 in M- condition, but only $20.00 in VG condition.

CD jukeboxes are being replaced by the Internet jukeboxes.
The original 78 rpm jukeboxes were replaced by the 45 rpm jukeboxes in the early 1950's.

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About This Blog

Here's a tip: If there are some artists you like; look them up on Wikipedia and find their Discography.
Most of them have a complete list of their singles recordings on there.

To refresh your memory about a particular song title, look it up on YouTube; most every popular song is on there.

Out-Of-Print Re-Issue 45's

WEA (Warner, Electra & Atlantic) and other companies
stopped reissuing 45's years ago and they now cost
in the $7.00 to $15.00 price range and higher.

They produced The Drifters, The Coasters, Aretha Franklin,
Wilson Pickett, Prince, Frank Sinatra, Rod Stewart,
The Doors, The Eagles, Eric Clapton, Phil Collins,
The Rascals, Led Zeppelin, The Grateful Dead,
Madonna, etc.

We're adding to the Catalog every day.
Please check back again soon to see more titles.

The Catalog includes:

7" Box Sets
7-inch 45 rpm vinyl singles

Collector's Items
EP's  (Extended Play)
Jukebox 45's
New Wave
Oldies Reissues, Back-To-Back Hits
Original Demo Versions
Original Label
Out-Of-Print Reissue 45's
Previously Unissued Masters
Recent Out-Of-Print Hits
Re-Release  45's & 7"
Rolling Stones
Street Punk
Vintage 7" Vinyl Albums

Song Titles

Nothing Sure Looked Good On You-    Gene Watson

You're Out Doing What I'm Here Doing Without -   Gene Watson

If You Talk In Your Sleep, Don't Mention My Name-    Max Morath

My Wife Ran Off With My Best Friend And I Sure Do Miss Him

Her Wedding Veil Kept Out The Flies

I Don't Know Whether To Kill Myself Or Go Bowling

Mama Get Me A Hammer (There's A Fly On Daddy's Head) 

If Your Phone Don't Ring, You'll Know It's Me

How Can I Miss You If You Won't Go Away

If I Had Shot You When I Wanted To, I'd Be Out By Now

Four On The Floor And A Fifth Under The Seat

Get Off The Table, Mabel (The Two Dollars Is For The Beer)-   Bull Moose Jackson

My Cellmate Thinks I'm Sexy-  Cledus T. Judd