This is a really beautiful thread. And the fact that Anita’s daughter contributed to it is the icing on the cake.
Thanks for sharing the big research involved in the initial post, Doc.
I would like to add a couple of pictures to the already stunning selection of images we have here.
One shows Anita in front of a jukebox. I don’t know the date for this picture, but I’m sure somebody here will tell us which machine is it, and when it was made.
Also, I’ve found on the net an alternate of the Eddie Fadal shot included in the first post. Unfortunately, its size is very small.
Regarding “Two Young Fools In Love”, Barbara Pittman cut it for Sam Phillips and it was released as one of the sides of her second single for him (her first on the Philips International subsidiary) :http://rcs-discography.com/rcs/artist.php?key=pitt1000
The beautiful demo version by Barbara mentioned in the first post was first released in 1997. Also, another originally unreleased version by another Sun artist, Jeanne Newman, has been released not too long ago. All three recordings are available in CD 6 of this superb Bear Family box set, and all can be heard on YouTube, too :http://www.bear-family.com/en/rock-n-roll/label-r-r/va-memphis-belles-6-cd-box-120-page-book.html
Finally, let me share a newspaper clipping from mid 1958 :
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