SJ Records was a DIY label. And one of those cases where there is no company name on the label, and have to use the prefix of the catalogue number as an identifier. The only record to be issued on the SJ label - if that is what it was - was an EP by Daisy Hodges, 'Silver Jubilee', celebrating the Silver Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II in 1977. It had a catalogue number of SJ-01 and a very basic white label. As can be seen from the scan of the label has thin dinking perforations and a general EMI look to it, suggesting an EMI pressing. Daisy Hodges was the mother of Chas Hodges, of Chas & Dave fame, and 'Silver Jubilee' was written by that duo, so they may have been the driving forces behind the record. Distributed By SJ Records. Thanks to Robert Lyons For The Info.