London RE 5000 series - Extended Plays from Sweden

 

London RE 5001 - The Everly Brothers
Wake up little Susie / Maybe tomorrow / Bye, bye love / I wonder if I care as much (1958)

 

"they're off and rolling", says Archie.

 

London RE 5002 - Eddie Cochran
20 flight rock / Dark lonely street / Sittin' in the balcony / Completely sweet (1958)

 

Eddie Cochran vocal, with Instrumental Accompaniment.

 

London RE 5003 - Jerry Lee Lewis
Whole lotta shakin' goin' on / It'll be me / Great balls of fire / Mean woman blues (1958)

 

Recorded by SUN, Memphis.

 

London RE 5004 - This is Fats Domino!
Honey chile / What's the reason / Wait and see / I still love you (1958)

 

Fats Domino with instrumental accompaniment. Recorded by IMPERIAL, Hollywood.

 

London RE 5005 - Little Richard
Keep a knockin' / Can't believe you wanna leave / True fine mama / Slippin' and slidin' (1958)

 

 

Little Richard with his band.

 

London RE 5006 - Sam Cooke
You send me / Summertime / For sentimental reasons / Desire me (1958)

 

Sam Cooke with Bumps Blackwell's Orchestra. Recorded by KEEN, Culver City. Source: R Claesson.

 

London RE 5007 - Don Rondo
White silver sands / Stars fell on Alabama / Made for each other / What a shame (1958)

 

Don Rondo with orchestra directed by Billy Rock.

 

London RE 5008 - Larry Williams
High school dance / Short fat Fannie / Bony Moronie / You bug me baby (1958)

 

Larry Williams with instrumental accompaniment. Recorded by Specialty, Hollywood.

 

London RE 5009 - The Four Esquires: Love me forever
Love me forever / I ain't been right since you left / Always and forever / I walk down the street (1958)

 

Recorded by PARIS, USA.

 

London RE 5010 - Chuck Berry: Rock and roll music
Roll over Beethoven / Drifting heart / Rock and roll music / Blue feeling (1958)

 

Chuck Berry with orch. acc. Recorded by CHESS, Chicago.

 

London RE 5011 - The Chordettes
Lollipop / Baby, come-a back-a / Baby of mine / Photographs (1958)

 

Recorded by CADENCE, New York.

 

London RE 5012 - The Hollywood Flames
A little bird / Give me back my heart / Buzz buzz buzz / Crazy (1958)

 

Recorded by EBB, USA.

 

London RE 5013 - Ricky Nelson
Stood up / Waitin' in school / Believe what you say / My bucket's got a hole in it (1958)

 

Ricky Nelson w. instr. acc. Recorded by IMPERIAL, Hollywood.

 

London RE 5014 - Chuck Berry: Sweet Little 16
Sweet little sixteen / Rock at the philharmonic / Reelin' and rockin' / Guitar boogie (1958)

 

Chuck Berry w. orch. acc. Recorded by CHESS, Chicago.

 

London RE 5015 - Jerry Lee Lewis - Del 2
Down the line / Breathless / I'm feelin' sorry / You win again (1958)

 

Recorded by SUN, Memphis.

 

London RE 5016 - Ricky Nelson: Ricky, vol 1
Honeycomb / Have I told you lately that I love you / Teenage doll / If you can't rock me (1958)

 

Ricky Nelson w. instr. acc. Recorded by IMPERIAL, Hollywood.

 

London RE 5017 - Ricky Nelson: Ricky, vol 2
Baby, I'm sorry / Am I blue / Your true love / Waitin' in school (1958)

 

Ricky Nelson w. instr. acc. Recorded by IMPERIAL, Hollywood.

 

London RE 5018 - Ozzie and Harriet [Nelson]
Sugartime / Blue skies / Catch a falling star / Mandy (1958)

 

Recorded by IMPERIAL, Hollywood. Ozzie and Harriet were Ricky Nelson's parents.

 

London RE 5019 - The Champs: Go, Champs, Go!
Tequila / Train to nowhere / El rancho rock / Midnighter (1958)

 

Recorded by Challenge Records. Liner notes by Irwin Zucker.

 

London RE 5020 - Moe Koffman Quartet
Little Pixie / Koko-mamey / Hamburg bound / Swingin' shepherd blues (1958)

 

Recorded by JUBILEE, USA.

 

London RE 5021 - Little Richard
Hey-hey-hey-hey / Good golly, Miss Molly / Ooh! My soul / All around the world (1958)

 

 

Recorded by SPECIALTY, USA.

 

London RE 5022 - Ricky Nelson: Someday, Vol 1
Shirley Lee / There's good rockin' tonight / Someday / I'm feelin' sorry (1958)

 

Recorded by IMPERIAL, Hollywood.

 

London RE 5023 - Ricky Nelson: Down the Line, Vol 2
Down the line / Don't leave me this way / I'm in love again / My babe (1958)

 

Recorded by IMPERIAL, Hollywood.

 

London RE 5024 - Ricky Nelson: Unchained Melody, Vol 3
Unchained melody / I'll walk alone / There goes my baby / Poor little fool (1958)

 

Recorded by IMPERIAL, Hollywood. Sources: "SvendHenrik00" and "ilkka".

 

London RE 5025 - Rhythm and Blues with Ernie Freeman
Indian love call / Summer serenade / Rose-Marie / After sunset (1958)

 

Ernie Freeman, tenorsax with Instrumental Accompaniment. Recorded by IMPERIAL, Hollywood.

 

London RE 5026 - Ricky Nelson
Poor little fool / Don't leave me this way / Boppin' the blues / Be-bop baby (1958)

 

Ricky Nelson w. instr. acc. Recorded by IMPERIAL, USA. Source: "ronrock".

 

London RE 5027 - Bobby Darin, Vol 2
Talk to me something / Million dollar baby / So mean / Just in case you change your mind (1958)

 

Recorded by ATCO, New York. Uncredited liner notes in Swedish.

 

London RE 5028 - Bobby Darin
Splish splash / Pretty Betty / Judy, don't be moody / Don't call my name (1958)

 

Recorded by ATCO, New York. Liner notes by Gary Kramer.

 

London RE 5029 - Duane Eddy
Rebel-rouser / Stalkin' / Ramrod / The walker (1958)

 

Duane Eddy, his twangy guitar & the Rebels. Recorded by JAMIE, Pennsylvania.

 

London RE 5030 - After School Session with Chuck Berry
Hey Pedro / Carol / Beautiful Delilah / Vacation time (1958)

 

Chuck Berry w. instr. accomp. Recorded by CHESS, Chicago.

 

London RE 5031 - The Coasters
Yakety yak / Zing! went the strings of my heart / Gee, golly / Dance (1958)

 

Recorded by ATCO, New York. Uncredited liner notes in Swedish.

 

London RE 5032 - Larry Williams
I was a fool / Peaches and cream / The dummy / Hootchy-kee (1958)

 

Recorded by Specialty, Hollywood.

 

London RE 5033 - Bobby Darin, Vol 3
Queen of the hop / Lost love / You're mine / Mighty mighty man (1958)

 

Recorded by ATCO, New York. Uncredited liner notes in Swedish. Source: "micke.ostella".

 

London RE 5034 - Dion and the Belmonts
Teen angel / I wonder why / No one knows / I can't go on (1958)

 

Recorded by LAURIE, USA.

 

London RE 5035 - Betty Johnson
There's never been a night / Mr Brown is out of town / Hoopa hoola / One more time (1958)

 

Recorded by ATLANTIC, New York.

 

London RE 5036 - Betty Johnson: The song you heard when you fell in love...
How much / Dream / The little blue man / Winter in Miami (1958)

 

Recorded by ATLANTIC, New York.

 

London RE 5037 - Don Rondo sings the song
Dormi, dormi, dormi / Her hair was yellow / City lights / I could be a mountain (1958)

 

Recorded by JUBILEE, USA. The upper right box mistakenly credits LIBERTY.

 

London RE 5038 - Eddie Cochran: Singin' to my baby
Am I blue / Stockin's n' shoes / Summertime blues / Love again (1958)

 

Eddie Cochran with instrumental accompaniment. Recorded by LIBERTY, USA.

 

London RE 5039 - Jack Scott
My true love / Leroy / Geraldine / With your love (1958)

 

Jack Scott with instrumental accompaniment. Recorded by CARLTON, New York.

 

London RE 5040 - Chuck Willis: What am I living for
Hang up my rock & roll shoes / What am I living for / Betty and Dupree / My crying eyes (1958)

 

Recorded by ATLANTIC, USA.

 

London RE 5041 - Little Richard and his band
By the light of the silvery moon / I'll never let you go / Baby face / Heebie-jeebies (1959)

 

Recorded by SPECIALTY, Hollywood. Uncredited liner notes.

 

London RE 5042 - Donnie Owens with the Ben Denton singers
Need you / If I'm wrong / Tomorrow / Out of my heart (1958)

 

Recorded by GUYDEN, Philadelphia.

 

London RE 5043 - Gonna Rock Tonite
The Gainors: Gonna rock tonite / The secret
The Applejacks: Mexican hat rock / Stop, stop red lights (1959)

 

Recorded by CAMEO, Pennsylvania.

 

London RE 5044 - 2 Hot Cha-Chas...
Bobby Freeman: Shame on you miss Johnson / Need your love
Monty Palitz & his orchestra with the Americanes: Eso es el amor / The grocers cha-cha (1959)

 

Recorded by JOSIE, New York.

 

London RE 5045 - The Originals
Anna / Sleepless hours / Blue Kat / The whip (1959)

 

Recorded by JACKPOT, Hollywood.

 

London RE 5046 - Untitled
Monte Kelly and his orchestra: Blue cha cha / Willingly (Melodie Perdue)
Charles Margulis - trumpet, with orchestra: Malaguena / Gigi (From the film) (1959)

 

Recorded by Carlton, USA.

 

London RE 5047 - The Music of David Seville
The chipmunk song / Almost good / Dance from Bonjour Tristesse / Little brass band (1959)

 

David Seville and his orchestra. A Liberty recording.

 

London RE 5048 - Jerry Lee Lewis
High school confidential / Jambalaya / When the saints go marching in / Matchbox (1959)

 

A SUN Recording.

 

London RE 5049 - Jerry Lee Lewis
Ubangi stomp / Fools like me / Break-up / I'll make it all up to you (1959)

 

Recorded by SUN, Memphis. Liner notes by Sam C Phillips.

 

London RE 5050 - The Jazz Combo from "I want to live", Vol 1
Black nightgown / Frisco club / Night watch / Theme from I want to live (1959)

 

Featuring Gerry Mulligan, bs; Shelly Manne, dr; Art Farmer, tp; Bud Shank, as and fl; Frank Rosolino, trb;
Pete Jolly, p; Red Mitchell, b. A United Artists recording. Uncredited liner notes in Swedish.

 

London RE 5051 - The Jazz Combo from "I want to live", Vol 2
Barbara's theme / Life's a funny thing (1959)

 

Featuring Gerry Mulligan, bs; Shelly Manne, dr; Art Farmer, tp; Bud Shank, as and fl; Frank Rosolino, trb;
Pete Jolly, p; Red Mitchell, b. A United Artists recording. Uncredited liner notes in Swedish.

 

London RE 5052 - Duane Eddy and the Rebels: Yep!
Peter Gunn / Lover / Yep / Fuzz (1959)

 

Recorded by JAMIE, Philadelphia.

 

London RE 5053 - Little Richard and his Band
Early one morning / She knows how to rock / Wonderin' / By the light of the silvery moon (1959)

 

Recorded by SPECIALTY, Hollywood.

 

London RE 5054 - Billy Grammer
Gotta travel on / The kissing tree / Chasing a dream / Bonaparte's retreat (1959)

 

Recorded by MONUMENT, New York.

 

London RE 5055 - "Charlie Brown" - riotous new hit by The Coasters
Charlie Brown / Three cool cats / Searchin' / Brazil (1959)

 

Recorded by ATCO, New York.

 

London RE 5056 - Bobby Darin
Plain Jane / While I'm gone / Brand new house / Actions speak louder than words (1959)

 

Recorded by ATCO, New York. Uncredited liner notes in Swedish.

 

London RE 5057 - Jack Scott with The Chantones vocal group
I never felt like this / Bella / Save my soul / Goodbye baby (1959)

 

Recorded by CARLTON, New York.

 

London RE 5058 - Duane Eddy and The Rebels: Especially for you
Tuxedo junction / Trouble in mind / Hard times / Just because (1959)

 

Recorded by JAMIE, Philadelphia. Liner notes by Duane Eddy.

 

London RE 5059 - Bobby Freeman
When you're smiling / A love to last a lifetime / Mary Ann Thomas / Love me (1959)

 

Recorded by JOSIE, USA.

 

London RE 5060 - The Fleetwoods
Come softly to me / I care so much / Graduation's here / Oh Lord let it be (1959)

 

Recorded by DOLTON, Washington.

 

London RE 5061 - LaVern Baker, Vol 1
Get up, get up / Tra la la / Tweedle dee / That's all I need (1959)

 

Recorded by ATLANTIC, New York. Uncredited liner notes in Swedish.

 

London RE 5062 - LaVern Baker, Vol 2
S:t Louis blues / I cried a tear / I waited too long / You're teasing me (1959)

 

Recorded by ATLANTIC, New York. Uncredited liner notes in Swedish.

 

London RE 5063 - Ray Charles: Yes Indeed!
Yes indeed / It's allright / Talkin' 'bout you / I want a little girl (1959)

 

Recorded by ATLANTIC, New York. Uncredited liner notes in Swedish.

 

London RE 5064 - Various Artists: Hit Kit
The Coasters: Along came Jones / The Drifters: There goes my baby
Bobby Darin: Dream lover / Bullmoose (1959)

 

Recorded by ATCO and ATLANTIC, New York.

 

London RE 5065 - Little Richard and his band
All night long / Shake a hand / Kansas City / She knows how to rock (1959)

 

Recorded by SPECIALTY, Hollywood.

 

London RE 5066 - Ahmad Jamal at the Pershing, Vol 1
But not for me / Wood'yn you / What's new / Surrey with the fringe on top (1959)

 

Recorded by ARGO, Chicago. Liner notes in Swedish by Emil Bourin, dated July 1959.

 

London RE 5067 - Little Richard and his band
Chicken little baby / The most I can offer / Directly from my heart / Maybe I'm right (1959)

 

Recorded by SPECIALTY, Hollywood. Sources: "SvendHenrik00" and "momesso".

 

London RE 5068 - The Coasters: Top Hits
Poison ivy / I'm a hog for you / Lola / That is rock & roll (1959)

 

Recorded by ATCO, New York. Sources: "SvendHenrik00" and "bill mann".

 

London RE 5069 - Art Farmer: Modern Art
Jubilation / Cold breeze / I love you (1959)

 

Art Farmer, tp; Benny Golson, ts; Bill Evans, p; Addison Farmer, b; Dave Bailey, dr.
"United Artists High Fidelity - Recorded for the Talented Listener". Uncredited liner notes in Swedish.

 

London RE 5070 - Jerry Lee Lewis
Let's talk about us / The ballad of Billy Joe / Big blon' baby / Lovin' up a storm (1959)

 

Recorded by SUN, Memphis.

 

London RE 5071 - Johnny and the Hurricanes
Crossfire / Lazy / Red river rock / Buckeye (1959)

 

Recorded by WARWICK, New York.

 

London RE 5072 - "Mona Lisa"
Carl Mann: Mona Lisa / Foolish one
Bill Justis and his Orchestra: The stranger / College man (1959)

 

Recorded by PHILLIPS, Memphis. Ultra-rare Swedish SUN release!

 

London RE 5073 - Ray Charles with the Raylettes
My bonnie / You be my baby / The right time / Tell all the world about you (1959)

 

Recorded by ATLANTIC, New York.

 

London RE 5074 - Let's all sing with the Chipmunks, Vol 1 (1959)

David Seville and the Chipmunks. Recorded by LIBERTY, Hollywood.

 

London RE 5075 - Let's all sing with the Chipmunks, Vol 2
Old McDonald cha cha cha / The little dog / Chipmunk fun / Whistle while you work (1959)

 

David Seville and the Chipmunks. Recorded by LIBERTY, Hollywood. Liner notes by David Seville.

 

London RE 5076 - The Five Pennies, Vol 1
The five pennies saints / College montage / Good night, sleep tight / Five pennies finale (1959)

 

Paramount Pictures presents Music from the soundtrack of the film. Featuring Danny Kaye and Louis Armstrong.

 

London RE 5077 - The Five Pennies, Vol 2
Battle hymn of the republic / The five pennies / Lullaby in ragtime / Bill Bailey, won't you please come home (1959)

 

Paramount Pictures presents Music from the soundtrack of the film. Featuring Danny Kaye and Louis Armstrong.

 

London RE 5078 - Ray Charles
Jumpin' in the mornin' / Tell me how do you feel / Roll with my baby / That's enough (1959)

 

Recorded by ATLANTIC, New York.

 

London RE 5079 - On the Beach
Theme from The Wonderful Country / Theme from Solomon and Sheba / Waltzing Matilda / Marching Matilda (1959)

 

The Hollywood Studio Symphony Orchestra conducted by Mitch Powell.
Outstanding themes of the motion pictures. Recorded by UNITED ARTISTS.

 

London RE 5080 - Eddie Cochran
Hallelujah, I love her so / Little angel / Somethin' else / Boll weevil song (1959)

 

Recorded by LIBERTY, Hollywood. Ultra-rare!

 

London RE 5081 - Ray Sharpe
Red sails in the sunset / Linda Lu / Long John / T A blues (1959)

Recorded by JAMIE, Philadelphia. Ultra-rare!

 

London RE 5082 - Duane Eddy and The Rebels
Lost island / Bonnie came back / Some kind-a earthquake / First love, first tears (1959)

 

Duane Eddy, his "twangy" guitar and The Rebels. Recorded by JAMIE, Philadelphia.

 

London RE 5083 - Johnny and the Hurricanes, Vol 1
Rock-cha / Joy ride / Reveille rock / Time bomb (1959)

 

Recorded by WARWICK, New York. Uncredited liner notes in Swedish.

 

London RE 5084 - Johnny and the Hurricanes, Vol 2
Storm warning / Bam boo / Cut out / Thunderball (1959)

 

Recorded by WARWICK, New York. Uncredited liner notes in Swedish.

 

London RE 5085 - Duane Eddy: The "Twangs" The "Thang", Vol 1
My blue heaven / Tiger love and turnip greens / Route no 1 / You are my sunshine (1960)

 

Duane Eddy, his "twangy" guitar and The Rebels. Recorded by JAMIE, Philadelphia.

 

London RE 5086 - Duane Eddy: The "Twangs" The "Thang", Vol 2
The battle / Blueberry hill / Rebel walk / St Louis blues (1960)

 

Duane Eddy, his "twangy" guitar and The Rebels. Recorded by JAMIE, Philadelphia.

 

London RE 5087 - Paul Evans and the Curls
Seven little girls sitting in the back seat / Worshipping an idol / Midnite special / Since I met you baby (1960)

 

Recorded by GUARANTEED, New York.

 

London RE 5088 - Bobby Comstock and the Counts / The Drifters
Bobby Comstock and the Counts: Jambalaya / Let's talk it over
The Drifters: This magic moment / Baltimore (1960)

 

Recorded by ATLANTIC, New York.

 

London RE 5089 - Ernie Field and his Orchestra
In the mood / Christopher Columbus / Chattanooga choo choo / Workin' out (1960)

 

Recorded by RENDEVOUZ, California.

 

London RE 5090 - The Buddy Brennan Quartet / Johnny and the Hurricanes
The Buddy Brennan Quartet: Big river / The chase
Johnny and the Hurricanes: Beatning fly / Sand storm (1960)

 

Recorded by WARWICK, New York. Note that the songs and artists have been mixed-up on the cover.

 

London RE 5091 - Johnny and the Hurricanes
Catnip / Hot fudge / The "hep" canary / Corn bread (1960)

 

Recorded by WARWICK, New York. Uncredited liner notes in Swedish.

 

London RE 5092 - Milt Jackson: Bags' Opus
Blues for Diahann / Whisper not (1960)

 

Milt Jackson, vb; Art Farmer, tp; Benny Golson, ts; Tommy Flanagan, p; Paul Chambers, b; Connie Kay, dr.
Recorded for the Talented Listener by UNITED ARTISTS, New York. Liner notes in Swedish by E B.

 

London RE 5093 - Benny Golson & the Philadelphians
Blues on my mind / Afternoon in Paris (1960)

 

Benny Golson, ts; Lee Morgan, tp; Ray Bryant, p; Percy Heath, b; Philly Joe Jones, dr.
Recorded for the Talented Listener by UNITED ARTISTS, New York. Liner notes in Swedish by E B.

 

London RE 5094 - Art Farmer Tentet: Brass Shout
Nica's dream / Aprli in Paris / Minor vamp (1960)

 

Recorded for the Talented Listener by UNITED ARTISTS, New York. Liner notes in Swedish by E B. Source: "iisiboi".

 

London RE 5095 - The Modern Jazz Quartet: Music from "Odds Against Tomorrow"
Skating in Central Park / A cold wind is blowing (1960)

 

Musik ur Odds Against Tomorrow (Mot Alla Odds). John Lewis, p; Milt Jackson, vb; Percy Heath, b; Connie Kay, dr.
Recorded by UNITED ARTISTS, New York. Liner notes in Swedish by E B. Source: "Pedro45rpm" and "lorangrecords".

 

London RE 5096 - Anita Bryant: Paper Roses
Paper roses / Mixed emotions / The blessings of love / Six boys and seven girls (1960)

 

Recorded by CARLTON, New York.

 

London RE 5097 - Duane Eddy and The Rebels: Because They're Young
Shazam! / The secret seven / Because they're young / Up and down (1960)

 

Recorded by JAMIE, Pennsylvania.

 

London RE 5098 - Johnny and the Hurricanes
Milk shake / Cyclone / Beanbag / Rockin' T (1960)

 

Recorded by WARWICK, New York.

 

London RE 5099 - Duane Eddy and The Rebels
Forty miles of bad road / The quiet three / Kommotion / Theme for moon children (1960)

Recorded by JAMIE, Pennsylvania. Source: "Gringo46".

 

London RE 5100 - Carl Mann
South of the border / I'm comin' home / Pretend / Rockin' love (1960)

 

Recorded by PHILLIPS, Memphis. Ultra-rare Swedish SUN release!

 

London RE 5101 - Roy Orbison
Paper boy / With the bug / Pretty one / Up town (1960)

 

Recorded by MONUMENT, USA.

 

London RE 5102 - Steve Lawrence: The Steve Lawrence Sound
Begin the beguine / All the things you are / Night and day / Frenesi (1960)

 

Arranged and produced by Don Costa. Recorded by UNITED ARTISTS, New York. Liner notes by Gene Richards.

 

London RE 5103 - Unreleased?
No information about any release with this number. (1961)

Please contact me if you have further details or scans.

 

London RE 5104 - Johnny Burnette
Dreamin' / Cincinnatti fireball / You're sixteen / I beg your pardon (1960)

 

Recorded by LIBERTY, Hollywood.

 

London RE 5105 - Johnny and the Hurricanes: Stormsville
Rocking goose / Revival / Down yonder / Sheba (1960)

 

Recorded by BIGTOP, New York.

 

London RE 5106 - Anita Bryant
Wonderland by night / Pictures / Just in time / My little corner of the world (1960)

 

Recorded by CARLTON, New York. Design: Lars Wahlberg.

 

London RE 5107 - Bill Black's Combo
Don't be cruel / Rollin' / Blue tango / Willie (1960)

 

Recorded by Hi Records, Memphis. Design: Lars Wahlberg. Note: Elvis' original bass player!

 

London RE 5108 - Paul Clayton
Wings of a deve / Pharach's army / Last cigarette / Pretty Peggy-O (1960)

 

Recorded by MONUMENT, USA. Design: Lars Wahlberg.

 

London RE 5109 - Bobby Vee
Rubber ball / Everyday / Young love / Mr Blue (1960)

 

Recorded by LIBERTY, Hollywood. Design: Lars Wahlberg.

 

London RE 5110 - Unreleased?
No information about any release with this number. (1961)

Please contact me if you have further details or scans.

 

London RE 5111 - Duane Eddy: Pepe
Pepe / Lost friend / Night train to Memphis / Trambone (1961)

 

Recorded by JAMIE, Pennsylvania. Design: Lars Wahlberg.

 

London RE 5112 - Steve Lawrence and Eydie Gorme
Portrait of my love / Oh how you lied / The facts of life / I'm a girl, you're a boy (1961)

 

Recorded by UNITED ARTISTS. Source: "lorangrecords".

 

London RE 5113 - Roy Orbison Sings
I'm hurtin' / Blue avenue / I can't stop loving you / Come back to me (1961)

 

Recorded by MONUMENT, USA.

 

London RE 5114 - Bobby Vee: Stayin' In
Stayin' in / More than I can say / Mister Sandman / One last kiss (1961)

 

Recorded by LIBERTY, Hollywood.

 

London RE 5115 - Buddy Knox
Ling-ting-tong / The kisses / Lovey dovey / I got you (1961)

 

Recorded by LIBERTY, Hollywood.

 

London RE 5116 - Ferrante and Teicher
One eyed Jacks / Gone with the wind / Theme from "Exodus" / Twilight (1961)

Arthur Ferrante and Louis Teicher. Recorded by UNITED ARTISTS.

 

London RE 5117 - The String-A-Longs: Wheels
Wheels / Am I asking too much / Panic button / Brass buttons (1961)

 

Recorded by WARWICK, USA.

 

London RE 5118 - The Ramrods
Riders in the sky / Zig zag / Take me back to my boots and saddles / Flip (Loch Lomond rock) (1961)

Recorded by AMY, New York.

 

London RE 5119 - Gene McDaniels: 100 lbs of Clay!
A hundred pounds of clay / Take good care of her / Send for me / Are you sincere (1961)

 

Recorded by LIBERTY, Hollywood.

 

London RE 5120 - Johnny Burnette Sings
Little boy sad / Big big world / Red sails in the sunset / Ballad of the one-eyed Jacks (1961)

Recorded by LIBERTY, Hollywood. Source: Internet.

 

London RE 5121 - Jerry Lee Lewis
It won't happen with me / Cold, cold heart / What'd I say / Livin', lovin' wreck (1961)

 

Recorded by SUN, Memphis.

 

London RE 5122 - Del Shannon
Hats off to Larry / Don't gild the lily, Lily / I wake up crying / Wide wide world (1961)

 

No recording credit is given, neither on cover nor on labels.

 

London RE 5123 - Roy Orbison
Runnin' scared / Love hurts / Candy man / Crying (1961)

 

No recording credit is given, neither on cover nor on labels.

 

London RE 5124 - Bobby Vee
Take good care of my baby / Bashful Bob / Walkin' with my angel / Run to him (1961)

 

Recorded by LIBERTY, Hollywood. Product of Grammofon AB Electra.

 

London RE 5125 - The String-A-Longs
Scottie / Mina bird / Should I / Take a minute (1962)

 

Recorded by WARWICK, New York. Product of Grammofon AB Electra.

 

London RE 5126 - The Ventures: Colorful Ventures
Blue moon / Lady of Spain / Silver city / Bluer than blue (1961)

 

Product of Grammofon AB Electra.

 

London RE 5127 - Unreleased?
No information about any release with this number. (1961)

Please contact me if you have further details or scans.

 

London RE 5128 - Johnny Burnette
God, country and my baby / Honestly I do / Girls / I've got a lot of things to do (1961)

 

Recorded by LIBERTY, Hollywood. Product of Grammofon AB Electra.

 

London RE 5129 - The Ventures
Blue skies / Red top / Yellow jacket / White silver sands (1962)

Product of Grammofon AB Electra. Source: "SvendHenrik00".

 

London RE 5130 - Gene McDaniels Sings
Tower of strength / The secret / A tear / She's come back (1962)

 

Recorded by LIBERTY, USA. Product of Grammofon AB Electra.

 

London RE 5131 - Bob More and His Orchestra Play "Mexico" and Other Great Hits!
Mexico / Mexicali rose / La paloma / South of the border (1962)

 

Recorded by Monument Records, USA. Product of Grammofon AB Electra.

 

London RE 5132 - Bill Black's Combo: Movin' - The Untouchable Sound
Movin' / Hey Bo Diddley / Honky train / Forty miles of bad road (1961)

 

Product of Grammofon AB Electra. By mistake the DECCA logo is displayed on the cover back side.

 

London RE 5133 - The Flares: Encore of Foot Stompin' Hits
The twist / Sock hop / Foot stompin' / Fish and twist (1961)

 

Music by the Ramrocks. Recorded by PRESS Records, USA. Product of Grammofon AB Electra.

 

London RE 5134 - Bob Moore and his Orchestra
Ooh la la / My adobe hacienda / Auf wiedersehen, Marlene / Ninita Linda (1962)

 

Recorded by Monument Records, USA. Product of Grammofon AB Electra.

 

London RE 5135 - Pat Boone
Speedy Gonzales / That's for me / Quando, quando, quando / Willing and eager (1962)

 

Recorded by DOT, Hollywood. Design: Stig Berggren. Source: "lorangrecords". Note: This top-opened sleeve,
printed in Stockholm, came with a Finnish pressed record. Not clear if any all-Swedish release exists.

 

London RE 5136 - Miriam Makeba with the Belafonte Folk Singers
Suliram / Mbube / The naughty little flea / House of the rising sun (1962)

 

"From Johannesburg ... the most exciting new singing talent to appear in
many years." - Time Magazine. Recorded by GALLO. Product of Grammofon AB Electra.
Note: The original South African Gallo Records is credited, rather than the US release on RCA Victor.

 

London RE 5137 - Rusty Draper
Gambler's guitar / Shifting whispering sands / Freight train / I've been thinking (1962)

 

Recorded by MONUMENT, USA. This appears to have been the final release of the Swedish 5000 series.

 

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