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.
Big Bands 45 RPM Jukebox Record Set includes: After Hours — Erskine Hawkins Alley Cat — Marc J. Goodman America — The Boston Pops Anniversary Song — Gary Martin & The Slew Foot Fives April In Portugal — Les Baxter Around The World — Buddy Greco Begin The Beguine — Artie Shaw Charleston — Warren Covington w/Tommy Dorsey Dreamy — Errol Garner Embraceable You — Earl Bostic Every Tub — Count Basie Everybody Loves A Lover — Doris Day Flamingo — Earl Bostic Flight Of The Bumble Bee — Harry James Happy Birthday — Gary Martin & The Slew Foot Fives In The Arms Of Love — Sammy Kaye & His Orchestra It’s Magic — Doris Day I’ve Got My Love To Keep Me Warm — Les Brown Let’s Dance — Benny Goodman Mack The Knife — Louis Armstrong Magenta Haze — Duke Ellington Mexican Hat Dance — Marc J. Goodman Miami Beach Rhumba — Xavier Cugat Misty — Errol Garner My Heart Belongs To Daddy — Artie Shaw Night Train — Buddy Morrow One For My Baby — Tony Bennett One O’Clock Jump — Count Basie Rags To Riches — Tony Bennett Satin Doll — Duke Ellingotn Secret Love — Doris Day Sentimental Journey — Les Brown & His Orchestra Sing, Sing, Sing — Benny Goodman Smile — Sammy Kaye & His Orchestra Somewhere My Love — Ace Cannon Sophisticated Lady — Duke Ellington Stompin’ At The Savoy — Benny Goodman Strangers In The Night — Ace Cannon Take The A Train — Duke Ellington The Bunny Hop — Ray Anthony The Bunny Hop — Warren Covington w/Tommy Dorsey The Carnival Of Venice — Harry James The Hokey Pokey — Ray Anthony The Lady Is A Tramp — Buddy Greco The Poor People Of Paris — Les Baxter The Star Spangled Banner — The Boston Pops Tico Tico — Xavier Cugat Tin Roof Blues — Louis Armstrong Tuxedo Junction — Erskine Hawkins Whatever Will Be, Will Be — Doris Day