|S Scoff Shaft Sharp Shamrock Shoestring Spider Spotlight 208 Stop Sidestep Sulán Song
|The Hi-Lows recorded on the Sharp label
|The re-issue of The Philosophers' "Back At The Lodge" was on the Shaft label.
|The Conquerors' version of the Lennon / McCartney song "You're Gonna Lose That Girl" is on the Spider label.
|A rare record from the small Shoestring label
|The Memories moved from Release to the Stop label.
|The first ever showband E.P. was on the Shamrock label
|A change to black/silver in the early '60s . .
|. . and to black/yellow in the '70s
|The Memories launched their own label called SPEX no doubt inspired by Jim Barry's glasses
|Solo, another '70s independent label
|Scoff Records were based in Eustace Street, Dublin
|This may have been the only release on the Spotlight/208 label
|A clever name for Stepaside's record-label - Sidestep!
|The first release on the Song label
|Sulán was a Cork-based label
|Rob Strong's independent label