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PRS-279 First edition, released in October 1968. This special production album, limited to 100 000 copies,
was sold exclusively at Singer Sewing Machine Company centers for a period of 90 days, in
order to promote the Singer sponsored Elvis' NBC TV Special on December 3, 1968.
First edition, special production, mustard colored label, Rockaway pressing (-5S/-6S). This was the
first Elvis album with the new RCA Victor logo and came in a plain, white inner sleeve.
First edition, special production, flat, mustard colored label, Rockaway pressing (-7S/-7S).
This bonus picture was given to buyers of this album at Singer Sewing Centers.
The back side was changed after the initial airing on December 3, 1968.
CAS-2304 the second edition, released March 28, 1969 was renamed 'Elvis Sings
Flaming Star' and released on the RCA Camden budget series label.
Second edition, Hollywood pressing (-3S/-3S), light blue RCA Camden budget
series label. Also this record came in a plain, white inner sleeve.