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First mono and stereo editions, released in November 1960.
First mono edition, Hollywood pressing (-4S/-4S), black RCA label with dog on top and full writer names. Please note that the
song "I'm gonna walk dem golden stairs" mistakenly is listed as Public Domain (and not credited to writer Cully Holt) and
that "He knows what I need" was mistakenly issued as "Jesus knows what I need" on the very first pressing.
Very first mono edition, Rockaway pressing (-2S/-1S) and Indianapolis pressing (-5S/-5S), black RCA label
with dog on top. Note that this early label contains errors for A2, A3 and B2, see remarks above.
Very first stereo edition, Rockaway pressing (-1S/-1S), black RCA label with dog on top.
Note that this early label contains errors for A2, A3 and B2, see remarks above.
First stereo edition, Indianapolis pressing, black RCA label with dog on top. Writer credits and titles corrected.
Rare "Elvis is back!" inner sleeve that early copies of this record came with.
This was the first all Elvis inner sleeve from RCA Victor and is today highly sought-after.