Colgems Little LPs

Little LPs were created for jukeboxes and as a promotional tool for the parent LP.
They played at 33 & 1/3 RPM, and unlike 45s and most EPs issued at that time,
they were only released in stereo.

For a great history of these records visit this site.

Billboard article announcing these releases.

March 25, 1967

Colgems/RCA decided not to release Headquarters or any other future
Little LPs for the Monkees perhaps because the popularity
of the format was waning. They did however continue
to issue the singles for jukeboxes all the way up through "Oh My My".

Each cardboard sleeve has a picture of the LP on the front but were blank
on the back. 3 mini-LP covers and a sheet of 10 title strips came with each record.

These were all pressed at the Indianapolis RCA plant.


The Monkees

Released on March 20, 1967

Matrix Codes: UZLA - 3699/ 3700


(Theme From) The Monkees/I Wanna Be Free/Take A Giant Step/
Last Train To Clarksville/Saturday's Child/
Tomorrow's Gonna Be Another Day




More of the Monkees

Released on March 27, 1967

Matrix Codes: UZLA - 3801/ 3802


I'm A Believer/Mary, Mary/When Love Comes Knockin' (At Your Door)/
(I'm Not Your) Steppin' Stone/The Kind Of Girl I Could Love/She




Some copies of MOTM have been found
with the first mini-LP cover inserts.

Sealed with wrong inserts.