45 rpm jukebox record sets for sale including new vinyl top hit record collections. Our record sets contain collections of the best jukebox Rock n Roll, Doo Wop, country, Elvis and Christmas records from the 50s, 60s and 70s. These record sets come with pre-printed title cards for use in any 45 rpm jukebox! Each 45 rpm record set comes with 25 records with a hit song on each side for a total of 50 great songs per set. The jukebox sets are listed below with the songs included for each set. Occasionally we may have to substitute a song or two for those that are currently unavailable.
1950’s Vol 5 – 45 RPM Jukebox Record Set includes: A Sunday Kind Of Love — Del-Vikings April Love — Pat Boone Be Bop-A-Lula — Gene Vincent Beside You — The Crests Big Boy Petes — Olympics Blue Velvet — Bobby Lester & The Moonglows Blue Velvet — Paragons Break Up — Jerry Lee Lewis Breathless — Jerry Lee Lewis Burning Bridges — Jack Scott Bye Bye Baby — Channels Bye Bye Love — The Everly Brothers C’mon Everybody — Eddie Cochran Do Baby Do — Mello-Kings Don’t Forbid Me — Pat Boone Florence — Paragons Flying Saucers Part 1 — Buchanan & Godman Flying Saucers Part 2 — Buchanan & Godman Foolish Me — Bobby Lester & The Moonglows Goin Steady — Tommy Sands Hey Little School Girl — Paragons Let It Be Me — The Everly Brothers Mine Exclusively — Olympics My Ding-A-Ling — Chuck Berry My Love Will Never Die — Channels My Memories Of You — The Harptones One Fine Day — The Chiffons Over The Rainbow — Del-Vikings Personality — Lloyd Price Promised Land — Chuck Berry Raunchy — Bill Justis Roll Over Beethoven — Chuck Berry Since I Fell For You — The Harptones Sixteen Candles — The Crests Stagger Lee — Lloyd Price Sweet Little Sixteen — Chuck Berry Sweet Talkin’ Guy — The Chiffons Take A Message To Mary — The Everly Brothers Teenage Crush — Tommy Sands The Magic Touch — The Platter The Twelfth Of Never — Johnny Mathis Think It Over — The Crickets Tonite, Tonite — Mello-Kings True Love Ways — The Crickets Wedding Bells — Paragons What In The World’s Come Over You — Jack Scott When Will I Be Loved — The Everly Brothers Whole Lotta Shakin’ Goin’ On — Jerry Lee Lewis Wonderful, Wonderful — Johnny Mathis