It would also help if we knew which ones were DOS and which ones were Windows... oh yeah, and Linux and Mac I suppose.
I do have that information on my page at http://webpages.charter.net/celamantia/jukebox/
What I think is even more useful is to know which ones have remappable controls and whether or not they require (or support) a mouse. If you're building a dedicated jukebox, it doesn't really matter as you can make the controls match the software you choose, but for jukeboxes in a MAME cabinet, this is a major consideration. DOSCab, for example, is designed for a panel with sixteen buttons (eight for selection, one for Enter, one for Exit, one for Most Popular two for Next Page/Prev Page, two for First Page/Last Page, and one for Coin, but can support more buttons, such as Skip Song, up to three more coins, and Screen Shot), but it will run on a system with a joystick (Next/Prev/First/Last pages) and five buttons (four for selection, one to exit). If I fix it to allow the pages to wrap around, you could get away with a joystick (for selection) and two buttons (one for next page, one to exit). But if all you have is a trackball or a touchscreen, the current version won't do you any good. (The next version will...)
The "CD style" jukeboxes usually require a slightly larger number of buttons, but usually also support mouse input. The media player styles may require a mouse and possibly a keyboard.
Someday I'll install all of these and create a table. I don't want to do it now, though; I want to finish the next versionm of DOSCab/WinCab without being influenced by any features or specifications of any of these other jukeboxes, so I don't get caught in the position of having appeared to steal someone's ideas (which is important since some of these are commercial products).