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JUKE BOX MAGAZINE is a monthly French music magazine founded by Jacques Leblanc and intended for vinyl record collectors. The journal was created in September 1984, following the success of the first International Convention of International Civil Liberties (CIDISC)1 in May 1984. More generally, it is aimed at all lovers of popular music (song, rock…) and especially those who keep the nostalgia of the sixties.
The first issue was published in September 1984. The magazine, initially quarterly, became bimonthly in 1986 and then monthly at the start of the 1988 academic year. The circulation is 25,000 copies.
Indirect victim of the Covid-19, JUKE BOX MAGAZINE folded with issue #400, dated April 2020.
#18, March/April 1988, 5 pages
'Retro 65' #26, included in Juke Box #96, September 1995; this is just one page in the magazine, not a front cover.
'Retro 66' #36, included in Juke Box #106, July 1996; this is just one page in the magazine, not a front cover
#165, May 2001, 6 pages
#184, November 2002, 5 pages
Special issue, Argus du Disque: Les Super 45 Tours Etrangers Vol.2
#233, August 2006, 6 pages
#258, July 2008, 1 page
#293, May 2011, 4 pages
#306, June 2012
#383, November 2018, 5 pages