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  The 60's: Jukebox singles
EPs especially intended for jukeboxes began to be produced by Motown in 1965. These 7" sized, small holed vinyls play at 33 rpm speed. Their front covers are a small sized reproduction of the album from which 6 titles are taken, and their back cover is blank. Complete sets come with a sheet of 10 jukebox tags and tiny copies of the EP front cover (they are reproduced here at the same scale than the covers).
All the existing EPs made in the 60s are displayed here (see the 70s section for Diana Ross EPs).

EPs versions of the LPs "A Collection of 16 Original Big Hits" are not included here even though they include songs of the Supremes, but they are not pictured on the covers.
Note: see the colored vinyl section for the EP of the Rodgers & Hart tracks. 

A side: He Means The World To Me / Baby Love / Ask Any Girl
B side: Where Did Our Love Go / Come See About Me / Run, Run, Run

Ref: S 621   (S4LS-9909)
Release date: 1965
Note: This EP bears the same reference than the album.


A side: You Can't Do That / Can't Buy Me Love / Bits And Pieces
B side: You've Really Got A Hold On Me / Because / How Do You Do It

Ref: S 623   (S4LS-9911)
Release date: 1965
Note: This EP bears the same reference than the album.


A side: Stop! In The Name Of Love / Back In My Arms Again / Ask Any Girl
B side: Nothing But Heartaches / Mother Dear / Whisper You Love Me Boy

Ref:
 MT-60627   (TL4S-6881)
Release date: 1965/66
Note: 1965 is printed on the label but the letter T (at the beginning of "TL4S-6881") indicates that the EP was made in 1966.


A side: I Hear A Symphony / Yesterday / My World Is Empty Without You
B side: Eveything Is Good About You / He's All I Got / A Lover's Concerto

Ref: MT-60643   (TL4S-6885)
Release date: 1966
Note: Back cover of a sealed copy, with the jukebox sheet and the three tiny repro sleeves (the lines are due to the plastic wrapping).


A side: You Can't Hurry Love / Love Ls Like An Itching In My Heart / This Old Heart Of Mine (Is Weak For You)
B side: I Can't Help Myself / Come And Get These Memories / Money (That's What I Want)

Ref: MT-60649   (TL4S-6889)
Release date: 1966
Note: -


A side: You Keep Me Hangin' On / Love is here and now you're gone/Mother You, Smother You
B side: It's The Same Old Song / Going Down For The Third Time / There's No Stopping Us Now

Ref: MT-60650   (U4LS-5722)
Release date: 1967
Note: Pictures were frequently applied askew on the jukebox EPs.

Topps cardboard singles

A side: Baby Love
B side: -

Ref: 1
Release date: 1967
Note: Mary Wilson - Diana Ross - Florence Ballard.


A side: Stop! In The Name Of Love
B side: -

Ref:
 2
Release date: 1967
Note: Mary Wilson - Diana Ross - Florence Ballard.


A side: Where Did Our Love Go 
B side: -

Ref: 3
Release date: 1967
Note: Mary Wilson - Diana Ross - Florence Ballard.


A side: Come See About Me 
B side: -

Ref: 15
Release date: 1967
Note: Mary Wilson - Diana Ross - Cindy Birdsong.


A side: My World Is Empty Without You 
B side: -

Ref: 16
Release date: 1967
Note: Diana Ross - Cindy Birdsong - Mary Wilson.

Sleeve of the Topps cardboard singles.

The other cardboard singles made by Topps Chewing Gum are not by the Supremes. These are :
- 4: The Temptations: My Girl
- 5: The Four Tops: I Can't Help Myself
- 6: Marvin Gaye: How Sweet It Is
- 7: Martha Reeves & The Vandellas: Dancing In The Street
- 8: Stevie Wonder: Fingertips - Part II
- 9: The Four Tops: Baby I Need Your Loving
- 10: Stevie Wonder: Uptight (Everythng's Alright)
- 11: Smokey Robinson & the Miracles: Shop Around
- 12: The Marvelettes: Please Mr. Postman
- 13: The Temptations: The Way You Do The Things You Do
- 14: Martha Reeves & The Vandellas: Love Is Like A Heatwave
The 60's: Colored vinyls

A side: Twinkle Twinkle Little Me
B side: Twinkle Twinkle Little Me

Ref: M 1085  (FQL-15119   -   SK4M--4904-1-F)
Release date: November 18, 1965
Note: Double A side promo only. Also released with picture sleeve (see the US singles discography 1964-67)

Seasons Greetings From Motown - Various Artists
A side: Martha & the Vandellas / The Temptations / The Miracles / Shorty Long / The Velvelettes 
B side: The Spinners / Four Tops / The Elgins / The Supremes 

Ref: 2482 / 2483  (GCMN-2482-NNDD)
Release date: November 1966
Note: Two spots by artists or groups except for Shorty Long (one spot only).

EP to promote the album "The Supremes Sing Rodgers & Hart"
A side: Falling In Love With Love / My Heart Stood Still
B side: The Lady Is A Tramp / Lover

Ref: no reference for the record itself, there is a reference under each song on the labels, each of which are also ungraved on the run-out. The run-out also bears the matrix numbers: U4KB-6090-1 on the A side & U4KB-6091-1 on the B side.
Release date: 1967
Note: This promo EP was not issued with a carboard sleeve and is not part of the Jukebox series. It
 might also exist with a white map label on red vinyl and with a blue map label on black vinyl. 
Unfold below to see a white DJ copy label on black vinyl version of this EP.

EP
A side: Falling In Love With Love / My Heart Stood Still
B side: The Lady Is A Tramp / Lover

Ref: on the run-out: U4KB-6090-1 on the A side & U4KB-6091-1 on the B side
Release date: 1967
Note: DJ copy


A side: Some Things You Never Get Used To
B side: Some Things You Never Get Used To

Ref: M 1126   6/12/68-Z-6 (6-12-68-Z-6)
Release date: May 21, 1968
Note: Double A side promo only.


A side: Love Child
B side: Love Child

Ref: M 1135   QQQ-484MO5   (QQ-BD -484MO5)
Release date: September 30, 1968
Note: Double A side promo only.


A side: I'm Livin' In Shame
B side: I'm Livin' In Shame

Ref: M 1139   (C1-B2-B-D1527M11-2 X4KM-2352-2-J)
Release date: January 6, 1969
Note: Double A side promo only.


A side: I'll Try Something New
B side: I'll Try Something New

Ref: M 1142   (Z1-Q-M5-508M11 X4KM-2374-1-B)
Release date: February 20, 1969
Note: Double A side promo only. With the Temptations.


A side: No Matter What Sign You Are
B side: No Matter What Sign You Are

Ref: M 1148   B-Q-B-1148-A (C-K-B-596M10 X4KM-3650-1-J)
Release date: May 9, 1969
Note: Double A side promo only.


A side: The Young Folks
B side: The Young Folks

Ref: M 1148   (R2-S-G2-558MO8 X4KM-3358-1-J)
Release date: May - August, 1969
Note: Double B side promo only. Many DJ prefered to promote the B side of "No Matter What Sign You Are" which made "The Young Folks" to appear in the charts in August.


This is also the last colored vinyl released during the 60s for Diana Ross and the Supremes (more on Diana Ross solo career in the 70s)