The Beatles ‎– Norwegian Wood (This Bird Has Flown)

Label:
Capitol Records ‎– S7-19341, EMI-Capitol Music Special Markets ‎– S7-19341
Format:
Vinyl, 7", 45 RPM, Single, Jukebox
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Notes

For Jukeboxes Only!

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A Label): S7-19341-A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side AA Label): S7-19341-B

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BJEvS1953

BJEvS1953

May 4, 2014
Hey Groovemaster-DJ

I guess I don't get to my mail too often :} Even though this grenn vinyl NW still evades my budget after many years, it will happen sooner or later. Then I have a complete set.

I have considered doing a small book about the "For Jukeboxes Only" 45's. Not just Beatles, but many artists, and genre's. I currently have about 38 pages of text and pictures. One item I'd like is old advertisements from CCM and/or new to me LA HiFi magazine? My Google search isn't finding much. What do you know about this mag, or CCM catalogs. I have some old CCM catalogs, but too new the offer. Maybe LA public library records might have issues with the "mean greenie" in it? Finally got this week a corporate number for CCM. But hold out little hope anyone there will remember, or achieved old catalogs.

Any feedback is welcomed and appreciated on the ad(s) or old catalogs access. I'm hoping to find out what happened to the 230+ missing.
BJEvS1953

BJEvS1953

April 27, 2013
edited over 5 years ago
Like to buy one of these to complete my set of all The Beatles colored vinyl records on 7"(45).

To add to Groovemaster-DJ's comments:

1,000 were produced, but only about 630 accounted for as giveaway with every set of The Beatles complete American LP pressings (could have been the 1982 set - not sure when the LP sets were produced). Who knows about the other 200 or so?! Collector's Choice Music (sold now) were the sponsors of this 7" record freebie.

Thanks - BJEvS
Groovemaster-DJ

Groovemaster-DJ

August 24, 2012
An arrangement was agreed between CEMA and a LA Hi-Fi magazine that this retro Juke Box only 45 would be pressed in Green vinyl and the agreed quantity shipped to them to sell via their store and mag.

CEMA in their wi$$$dom decided to re-press this 45 in carbon-black and make it available in the usual way as all the others in the two series.

Both the green and carbon black vinyl 45s are presented in stereo
bubbajac

bubbajac

August 11, 2012

updated correction for discussion