In the 1970s, Pickwick began reissuing LPs that had been deleted from catalogues of the major record labels, especially the RCA Records budget reissue label RCA Camden.

Most notable in the RCA Camden catalogue, Pickwick obtained the rights in the mid-1970s to reissue Camden albums featuring recordings by Elvis. The company also put out an edited reissue of Elvis’s soundtrack album of Frankie and Johnny, and a two-LP set of mostly movie songs titled Double Dynamite.

After Elvis died in August 1977, sales of his recordings increased dramatically and RCA reclaimed the rights to Elvis’s Camden releases from Pickwick.