US Long Play albums | US Extended Play albums | US 45 rpm singles | US 78 rpm singles | 4-Track Reels
FTP-1024: Elvis is Back (1960). First mentioned in the June 1960 catalog.
Note the tacked on silver RCA sticker which was applied in markets where Nipper is registred for HMV.
FTP-1045: GI Blues (1960). Note the tacked on silver RCA sticker.
This was the only way to get hold of "Tonight Is So Right For Love" on the European market.
FTP-1084: Something for Everybody (1961). First mentioned in the October 1961 catalog.
Note the tacked on silver RCA sticker.
FTP-1132: Blue Hawaii (1961). First mentioned in the February 1962 catalog.
From now on the RCA logo was used also in the USA to allow for world-wide distribution.
FTP-1137: Pot Luck (1962).
FTP-1173: Girls! Girls! Girls! (1962). First mentioned in the January 1963 catalog.
FTP-1199: It Happened at the World's Fair (1963).
FTP-1226: Fun in Acapulco (1963).
FTP-1228: Elvis' Golden Records vol 3 (1963). First mentioned in the February 1964 catalog.
FTP-1269: Kissin' Cousins (1964).
FTP-1291: Roustabout (1964).
FTP-1297: Girl Happy (1965). First mentioned in the May 1965 catalog.
FTP-1320: His Hand in Mine (1966). First mentioned in the May 1966 catalog. It was not mentioned in the
January 1966 catalog. So this reel-to-reel edition came more than 5 years after the original LPM/LSP-2328 release!
FTP-1321: Harum Scarum (1966). First mentioned in the May 1966 catalog.
FTP-1326: Frankie and Johnny (1966). NOT mentioned in the May 1966 catalog. This was the
final Elvis release in the first run of 7½ ips 4-Track releases. The format returned in the 1970ies.