The FlamingosI Only Have Eyes For You

Label:End – E-1046
Vinyl, 7", 45 RPM, Single
Genre:Jazz, Blues
Style:Doo Wop


AI Only Have Eyes For You
Written-ByHarry Warren (2)
BGoodnight Sweetheart
Written-ByJ. Campbell*, R. Noble*, R. Connelly*

Companies, etc.


This is first issue with "Goodnight Sweetheart" on the B-side. Later issues have a different song.

Side A: Remick Music
Side B: Robbins Music

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Rights Society: ASCAP
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A, etched, variant 1): G-463-3
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B, etched, variant 1): G-460-1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A, etched, variant 2): G-463-5 10F
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B, etched, variant 2): G-460-5 10F
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A, etched, variant 3): G-463-3
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B, etched, variant 3): G-460-4

Other Versions (5 of 16)

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
New Submission
I Only Have Eyes For You (7", 45 RPM, Single)EndE-1046US1959
I Only Have Eyes For You (7", Single, 45 RPM)Reo8377XCanada1959
New Submission
I Only Have Eyes For You (7", 45 RPM, Single, Styrene, Columbia Bridgeport)EndEND 1046US1959
Recently Edited
I Only Have Eyes For You / Goodnight Sweetheart (7", 45 RPM, Single, Promo)End, EndnoneUS1959
New Submission
I Only Have Eyes For You (7", 45 RPM)LeedonLS-564Australia1959



  • TomFuzz's avatar
    Copy in hand has the exact same label style as this version (the L is even clipped on the A side’s “Vocal”) but the runout reads similar to this release: except that there is nothing following the 10F. Anyone who has this copy or just knows anything about it would be a great help. I’m really just looking to assure that I have the correct pressing bc I would kind of like to sell it. Basically, my question is: is label or matrix more definitive?
    • Groovemaster-DJ's avatar
      Note: There indeed maybe be 6 versions listed of this ULTIMATE Doo-Wop gem however one edition and the Ultimate is missing

      The Stereo USA release from the first stereo craze 1958 and taking off in 1959 (this track was made for Stereo and just hits the spot at the back of the neck, this track can not be heard in mono as excellent as it is! Sadly End like most others thought stereo a silly fad, the release preceded the 1961 agreed (between RCA-Victor and Columbia Inc) format of SH 33 1/3 7" for USA Stereophonic singles and EPs
      The End Stereo release has a standard 1 1/2" LH die-cut pressed at 45rpm as stipulated and required by RCA-Victor from1949 for ALL commercial USA 7" 45 rpm records so that any USA released single cut at 45rpm would play on RCA's 7" 45 changers. hence why and to fully dispel the myth re 7" 45rpm jukeboxes, the only reason the little platters had a 1 1/2" cone or centre was because that's how the records had to legally come with a 1 1/2" LH die-cut and were needed to play them.

      I always smile at the myth nonsense of "aww it's has a large hole it's a Juke Box record"! NO its a 1 1/2" LH die-cut for USA play on 1949+ RCA Changers. Juke boxes from very early 1960's onwards have automated centre options of SH or LH so in theory ANY 7" record for 45 rpm play on a1960's + Juke Box does not have to a LH die-cut finish.

      "Stereo" was the only addition to the text on the labels.

      the Stereo edition carries the same catalogue details E 1046 the confirmation is the matrix info on the stampers.


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