Although not the first Jive Bombers release (As mentioned above, 1949 as the Sparrows on Coral and 1951 on Citation), this was a very odd release. It is a promo even though the typical Savoy "Sample" is not shown, and was sent out to radio stations to play. There are several interesting things. The title was not "Bad Boy" but rather "Little Bad Boy." Although the Citation release was "Brown Boy", the plan, I believe, was to title this "Bad Boy." Next, you can see in the middle left that the 78RPM release numbers were partially used- 45-1508-78. On the middle right you can see the 6914XX, the XX not used on the normal release. What you can't see are the normal machine stamped numbers in the dead wax along with RVG etched, and most odd was that it was mastered at the wrong speed! It plays at 16RPM. You can imagine that most of the DJ's threw the record away because of the errors. This is one of just a few known copies. Two of the three I know of were found in the greater Detroit area. If you have one, email me the details, including the dead wax numbers. I'd love to hear your story!