RCA Compact 33 Double Record Guide 

Modified: March 28, 2017

The Compact 33 was released in two formats, the Compact 33 single and the Compact 33 double. The Compact 33 double generally contains four tracks whereas the single contains two tracks like their 45 RPM counterpart. The RCA LPC prefix series, which likely means (by my own assertion) Long-Play Compact 33, is an example of the Compact 33 double format.

Compact 33s are 7 inches in size and resemble the 45 RPM except that the hole is LP size. This LPC series do not have a 45 RPM counterpart and are unique. Some of these titles are difficult to obtain. This compilation of the Double Compact 33 Records is based on eBay auctions, price guides, and many search engines.

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Mfg.  Catalog   ArtistSelectionPrice RangeYear
RCALPC-100Artie ShawThe King of the Clarinet31961
RCALPC-101Glenn MillerGlenn Miller Serenade71961
RCALPC-102Tommy DorseyTommy Dorsey Originals111961
RCALPC-103Sons of the PioneersTumbling Tumbleweeds101961
RCALPC-104Henry ManciniHenry Mancini Showcase61961
RCALPC-105Neil SedakaNeil's Best141961
RCALPC-106Frankie CarleThe Golden Touch81961
RCALPC-107Boston Pops Orchestra, Arthur FiedlerOld Timer's Night at the Pops71961
RCALPC-108Elvis PresleyElvis in G.I. Bluesn/a1961
RCALPC-109Perry ComoTill the End of Time71961
RCALPC-110The Three SunsTwilight Time31961
RCALPC-111Della ReeseAnd Now Presenting Della Reese101961
RCALPC-112Ames BrothersThe Ames Brothers Sing the Best of the Bands111961
RCALPC-113Jeanette MacDonald & Nelson EddyFavorites71961
RCALPC-114Perez PradoBig Hits by Prado121961
RCALPC-115Eddy ArnoldSings Them Again101961
RCALPC-116Hank LocklinHank Locklin's Greatest Hits101961
RCALPC-117Mario LanzaThe Student Prince (Romberg) (Highlights)101961
RCALPC-118Morton GouldMorton Gould and His Symphonic Band Plays Sousa1961
RCALPC-119Buddy MorrowNight Train211961
RCALPC-120George Beverly SheaInspirational Songs101961
RCALPC-121The RCA Victor Symphony Orchestra, Robert Russell BennettVictory At Sea, Volume Vol. I (Highlights)1961
RCALPC-122Brother Dave GardnerRejoice, Dear Hearts! (Highlights)1961
RCALPC-123Elvis PresleyLove Men/a1961
RCALPC-124Chet AtkinsChet Atkins Plays Great Movie Themes121961
RCALPC-125Boston Pops Orchestra, Arthur FiedlerThe Skaters Waltz1961
RCALPC-126Sam CookeSam Cooke Sings151961
RCALPC-127Harry BelefonteBelefonte at Carnegie Hall (Highlights)101961
RCALPC-128Elvis PresleyElvis By Request151961
RCALPC-129Ernest GoldOriginal Sound Track From The Film Exodus121961
RCALPC-130Henry ManciniMr. Lucky Goes Latin161961
RCALPC-1311961
RCALPC-132The LimelitersTonight: In Person121961
RCALPC-133Jim ReevesThe Blizzard and other Tall Tales131961
RCALPC-134Floyd CramerOn The Rebound / Last Date101961
RCALPC-135Neil SedakaLittle Devil101961
RCALPC-136Nino C RotaLa Dolce Vita181961
RCALPC-1371961
RCALPC-1381961
RCALPC-1391961
RCALPC-140Perry Como (Canadian Release)Sing To Me Mr. C.1961

LPC-1081

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Billboard Magazine, April 10, 1961 featured this RCA Victor two page advertisement titled "Top of the Compacts! on pages 36 and 37. Along with a picture featuring Elvis Presley's Elvis By Request, there is a comprehensive listing of all titles to date on the far right side. The second advertisement is from Billboard Magazine, June 12, 1961, page 29. It features six of RCA Victor's newest releases.

Billboard 1961 0410 p36p37 2 small RCA Compact 33 Double Record Guide (Elvis Presley)Billboard 1961 0612 p29 2 small RCA Compact 33 Double Record Guide (Elvis Presley)

  1. Flynn, Keith. "United States Discography (1960's)" Keith Flynn's Elvis Presley Pages. 28 Mar. 2017.