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"Boy from tupelo" official tracklist!!!!

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DISC 1

MEMPHIS RECORDING SERVICE ACETATES

01 My Happiness 2:33

02 That’s When Your Heartaches Begin 2:52

Tracks 1-2: Self-financed demo recorded July, 1953 at Sun Studio, Memphis.

Source for tracks 1-2: Digital transfer of acetate.

03 I’ll Never Stand in Your Way 2:04

04 It Wouldn’t Be the Same (Without You) 2:09

Tracks 3-4: Self-financed demo recorded January 4, 1954 at Sun Studio, Memphis.

Source for tracks 3-4: Digital transfer of acetate in very poor condition.



SUN MASTERS

05 Harbor Lights 2:38

06 I Love You Because 2:43

07 That’s All Right (45 rpm master) 2:00

Track 5 possibly recorded July 5, 1954.

Tracks 6-7 recorded July 5, 1954 at Sun Studio, Memphis.

Sources for tracks 5-6: Original SUN tapes.

Source for track 7: 45 rpm SUN single (plastic).



08 Blue Moon of Kentucky (45 rpm master) 2:07

Recorded July 7, 1954 at Sun Studio, Memphis.

Source for track 8: 45 rpm SUN single (plastic).



09 Blue Moon 2:44

Likely recorded between August 15 and 19, 1954 at Sun Studio, Memphis.

Source for track 9: Original SUN tape.



10 Tomorrow Night 3:01

11 I'll Never Let You Go (Little Darlin’)2:27

12 I Don't Care if the Sun Don't Shine 2:32

13 Just Because 2:34

14 Good Rockin' Tonight 2:15

Tracks 10-14 likely recorded between September 12-16, 1954 at Sun Studio, Memphis.

Sources for tracks 10, 11, 13 and 14: RCA reference tapes (30 ips)

Source for track 12: Digital transfer of SUN tape, with repairs from a digital transfer of a tape copy.



15 Milkcow Blues Boogie 2:39

16 You’re a Heartbreaker 2:13

Tracks 15-16 recorded either mid-November or mid-December 1954 at Sun Studio, Memphis.

Sources for tracks 15-16: 78 rpm SUN single (shellac).



17 I'm Left, You're Right, She's Gone (slow version) 2:43

Recorded between mid-November 1954 and mid-April 1955 at Sun Studio, Memphis.

The reel has March 5 written on it, but Elvis was at the Louisiana Hayride that day.

Source for track 17: Original SUN tape.



18 Baby Let's Play House 2:19

Likely recorded between January 30 and February 4, 1955 at Sun Studio, Memphis.

“I Got a Woman” and “Tryin' to Get to You” were also recorded, but have been lost.

Source for track 18: RCA reference tape (30 ips).



19 I'm Left, You're Right, She's Gone 2:38

Likely recorded mid-April 1955 at Sun Studio, Memphis.

Source for track 19: RCA reference tape (30 ips), with first part of ending from RCA tape copy (15 ips) and last part of ending from digital transfer of the RCA EPA-965 production master tape.



20 I Forgot to Remember to Forget 2:31

21 Mystery Train 2:30

22 Tryin’ to Get to You 2:36

Tracks 20-22 recorded mid-July, 1955 at Sun Studio, Memphis.

Source for track 20: SUN tape copy.

Source for track 21: SUN tape copy, with ending from digital transfer of 78 rpm RCA single.

Source for track 22: RCA reference tape (30 ips).



23 When It Rains It Pours 2:06

Recorded November 1-4, 1955 at Sun Studio, Memphis.

Source for track 23: Original SUN (vocal channel) slapback tape.

Elvis’ 1957 re-recording of the song was released under the title “When It Rains, It Really Pours”



RCA MASTERS

24 That’s All Right 1:59

RCA single version

Source for track 24: RCA reference tape (30 ips).



25 Blue Moon of Kentucky 2:05

RCA single version (78 rpm master)

Source for track 24: 'Elvis at Sun' master, derived from digital transfer of 78 RPM SUN single (shellac).



26 I Love You Because 2:45

RCA LP version – spliced from takes 3 & 5

Steve Sholes’ original notes have these takes as 2 & 4

Source for track 26: RCA master tape.



27 Tomorrow Night 2:56

RCA LP version – overdubbed and slowed down

Source for track 27: 1965 RCA work part tape for the “Elvis for Everyone” LPM-3450 production master tape.





DISC 2



SUN STUDIO SESSIONS

01 Harbor Lights (takes 1-2, level adjustments) 0:33

02 Harbor Lights (take 3/M) 2:53

03 Harbor Lights (take 4) 2:38

04 Harbor Lights (takes 5-6) 1:23

05 Harbor Lights (take 7) 2:25

06 Harbor Lights (take 8) 0:26

Tracks 1-6 possibly recorded July 5, 1954 at Sun Studio, Memphis.

Source for tracks 1-6: Original SUN tape.



07 I Love You Because (take 1) 0:23

08 I Love You Because (take 2) 3:28

09 I Love You Because (take 3) 3:36

10 I Love You Because (take 4) 0:40

11 I Love You Because (take 5) 3:28

12 That’s All Right (takes 1-2) 0:20

13 That’s All Right (take 3) 1:58

Tracks 7-13 recorded July 5, 1954 at Sun Studio, Memphis.

Source for tracks 7-13: Original SUN tape.



14 Dialogue 0:20

15 Blue Moon of Kentucky (slow tempo outtake) 1:08

Tracks 14-15 likely recorded July 7, 1954 at Sun Studio, Memphis.

Source for tracks 14-15: Digital transfer of SUN tape.



16 Blue Moon (takes 1-3) 0:38

17 Blue Moon (take 4) 2:59

18 Blue Moon (take 5) 3:25

19 Blue Moon (takes 6-7) 0:53

20 Blue Moon (take 8) 3:01

21 Blue Moon (take 9/M) 2:44

Tracks 16-21 likely recorded between August 15 and 19, 1954 at Sun Studio, Memphis.

Source for tracks 16-21: Original SUN tape.



22 Dialogue fragment (before “Tomorrow Night”) 0:11

23 I’ll Never Let You Go (Little Darlin’) (incomplete take) 0:49

24 Good Rockin’ Tonight (fragment from vocal slapback tape) 0:10

25 I Don’t Care if the Sun Don’t Shine (takes 1-2) 1:13

26 I Don’t Care if the Sun Don’t Shine (take 3/M) 2:35

Tracks 22-26 likely recorded between September 12 and 16, 1954 at Sun Studio, Memphis.

Source for track 22: RCA reference tape (30 ips) for “Tomorrow Night”.

Sources for tracks 23-26: Digital transfers of SUN tapes (also see source note for Disc 1, track 12).



27 I’m Left, You’re Right, She’s Gone (slow version, take 1) 3:00

28 I’m Left, You’re Right, She’s Gone (slow version, take 2) 2:51

29 I’m Left, You’re Right, She’s Gone (slow version, take 3) 2:51

30 I’m Left, You’re Right, She’s Gone (slow version, take 4) 0:10

31 I’m Left, You’re Right, She’s Gone (slow version, take 5/M) 2:40

32 I’m Left, You’re Right, She’s Gone (slow version, take 6) 2:40

33 I’m Left, You’re Right, She’s Gone (slow version, take 7) 1:35

Recorded between mid-November 1954 and mid-April 1955 at Sun Studio, Memphis.

The reel has March 5 written on it, but Elvis was at the Louisiana Hayride that day.

Source for tracks 27-33: Original SUN tape.



34 How Do You Think I Feel (guitar slapback tape, rehearsal + take 1) 3:17

35 How Do You Think I Feel (guitar slapback tape, rehearsals) 1:14

Recorded between mid-November 1954 and mid-April 1955 at Sun Studio, Memphis.

Source for tracks 34-35: Digital transfer of SUN (guitar channel) slapback tape.



36 When It Rains It Pours (vocal slapback tape, take 1) 1:37

37 When It Rains It Pours (vocal slapback tape, take 2 - rehearsa1) 2:12

38 When It Rains It Pours (vocal slapback tape, takes 3-4) 2:14

39 When It Rains It Pours (vocal slapback tape, take 5/M) 2:02

40 When It Rains It Pours (vocal slapback tape, take 6-7) 1:40

41 When It Rains It Pours (vocal slapback tape, take 8) 1:40

Recorded between November 1-4, 1955 at Sun Studio, Memphis.

Source for tracks 36-41: Original SUN (vocal channel) slapback tape.

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DISC 3



LIVE AND RADIO PERFORMANCES

01 That’s All Right 2:52

02 Blue Moon of Kentucky 2:23

Tracks 1-2 recorded at Louisiana Hayride debut, Shreveport, Louisiana, October 16, 1954.

Source for tracks 1-2: RCA reference tape copy.



03 Shake, Rattle and Roll 2:24

04 Fool, Fool, Fool 1:59

Tracks 3-4 recorded at KDAV Radio, Lubbock, Texas, January 6, 1955.

Source for tracks 3-4: Digital transfer of acetate.



05 Hearts of Stone 2:02

06 That’s All Right 1:52

07 Tweedlee Dee 2:51

Tracks 5-7 likely recorded at the Louisiana Hayride, Shreveport, Louisiana, January 15, 1955.

Source for tracks 5-7: Digital transfer of acetate in very poor condition.

Some parts duplicated and edited to create near-complete performances.



08 Shake, Rattle and Roll 2:23

Recorded at WJOI Radio, Florence, Alabama January 19, 1955.

Source for track 8: Digital transfer of acetate in poor condition.



09 KSIJ Radio commercial with DJ Tom Perryman 0:16

Recorded at KSIJ Radio, Gladewater, Texas, 1955.

Source for track 9: Digital transfer.



10 Money Honey 2:43

11 Blue Moon of Kentucky 2:04

12 I Don’t Care if the Sun Don’t Shine 2:33

13 That’s All Right 1:54

Tracks 10-13 likely recorded at the Louisiana Hayride, Shreveport, Louisiana, January 22, 1955.

Source for tracks 10-13: Digital transfer of acetate in very poor condition. Some parts duplicated and edited to create near-complete performances.



14 Tweedlee Dee 2:15

15 Money Honey 2:17

16 Hearts of Stone 1:37

17 Shake, Rattle and Roll 1:39

18 Little Mama 2:03

19 You’re a Heartbreaker 2:06

Tracks 14-19 likely recorded at the Louisiana Hayride, Shreveport, Louisiana, March 5, 1955.

Source for tracks 14-19: Digital transfer of fragments of acetate in very poor condition (which was destroyed in the process). Some parts duplicated and edited to create near-complete performances.



20 Good Rockin’ Tonight 2:36

21 Baby Let’s Play House 2:22

22 Blue Moon of Kentucky 1:47

23 I Got a Woman 3:03

24 That’s All Right 2:17

Tracks 20-24 likely recorded at the Eagles’ Hall, Houston, Texas, March 19, 1955. Track 21 could be from a different performance the same week.

Source for tracks 20-24: RCA reference tape copy.



25 Tweedlee Dee 2:47

Recorded at Gladewater High School, Gladewater, Texas, April 30, 1955.

Source for tracks 25: RCA reference tape copy.



26 Interview with Mae Boren Axton 3:19

Recorded at motel in Jacksonville, Florida on either May 12 or July 28, 1955.

Source for track 26: Digital transfer of 1981 BBC broadcast tape copy.



27 That’s All Right 2:37

Recorded at the Jimmie Rodgers Memorial Festival, Meridian, Mississippi, May 26, 1955.

Source for track 27: Broadcast tape.



28 I’m Left, You’re Right, She’s Gone 3:16

Recorded at the Louisiana Hayride, Shreveport, Louisiana, July 2, 1955.

Source for track 28: Digital transfer of acetate in very poor condition. Some parts duplicated and edited to create near-complete performance.



29 Baby Let’s Play House 3:19

30 Maybellene 3:09

31 That’s All Right 2:49

Tracks 29-31 recorded at the Louisiana Hayride, Shreveport, Louisiana, August 20, 1955.

Source for tracks 29-31: RCA reference tape copies.



32 Interview with Bob Neal 5:31

Recorded at WMPS Radio, Memphis Tennessee, between August 29-31, 1955.

Source for track 32: Digital transfer



MUSICIANS

Disc 1 tracks 1-4: Elvis Presley: guitar, vocals



All other recordings (except when noted):

Elvis Presley: guitar, vocals; Scotty Moore: electric guitar; Bill Black: bass

Disc 1 track 13: possibly Buddy Cunningham: brushes on snare drum

Disc 1 track 19 and disc 2 tracks 34-35: Jimmie Lott: drums

Disc 1 tracks 20, 22-23 and Disc 2 tracks 36-41: Johnny Bernero: drums

Disc 1 track 27: Chet Atkins: guitar; Grady Martin: guitar; Henry Strzelecki: bass; Buddy Harman: drums; Charlie McCoy: harmonica; Anita Kerr Singers: backing vocals

Disc 3 tracks 5-7 & 10-13: Sonny Trammel: steel guitar; Leon Post: piano

Disc 3 tracks 14-19 & 25: Jimmy Day: steel guitar; Floyd Cramer: piano


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Looks like something worth considering.

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seems like someone's prediction on a previous thread was spot on!! 8)


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Yeah, but no...." I forgot to remeber to forget" live :cry: :cry: :cry:
The tracklist still rocks!!! Thank you Ernst!
Now it is known that second studio version of "Tryin to get to you" exists and also "I got a woman"

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Looks like some great stuff coming to us.

Of what is listed above, which tracks are previously UNreleased?


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Thanks Greg!

I've done some tidying up, think this makes it easier to scan over:


Elvis: A Boy From Tupelo [Follow That Dream, 2012]


Disc 1: MRS Acetates, The Sun Masters & The RCA Masters

01 My Happiness 2:33
02 That’s When Your Heartaches Begin 2:52
03 I’ll Never Stand in Your Way 2:04
04 It Wouldn’t Be the Same (Without You) 2:09
05 Harbor Lights 2:38
06 I Love You Because 2:43
07 That’s All Right [45 RPM Master] 2:00
08 Blue Moon of Kentucky (45 RPM Master] 2:07
09 Blue Moon 2:44
10 Tomorrow Night 3:01
11 I'll Never Let You Go (Little Darlin’) 2:27
12 I Don't Care If the Sun Don't Shine 2:32
13 Just Because 2:34
14 Good Rockin' Tonight 2:15
15 Milkcow Blues Boogie 2:39
16 You’re a Heartbreaker 2:13
17 I'm Left, You're Right, She's Gone [Slow Version] 2:43
18 Baby Let's Play House 2:19
19 I'm Left, You're Right, She's Gone 2:38
20 I Forgot to Remember to Forget 2:31
21 Mystery Train 2:30
22 Tryin’ to Get to You 2:36
23 When It Rains It Pours 2:06
24 That’s All Right 1:59 [RCA single version]
25 Blue Moon of Kentucky 2:05 [RCA single version 78 RPM Master]
26 I Love You Because 2:45 [RCA LP version – spliced from takes 3 & 5]
27 Tomorrow Night 2:56 [RCA LP version – overdubbed and slowed down]

Tracks 1-2: Self-financed demo recorded July, 1953 at Sun Studio, Memphis.
Source for tracks 1-2: Digital transfer of acetate.

Tracks 3-4: Self-financed demo recorded January 4, 1954 at Sun Studio, Memphis.
Source for tracks 3-4: Digital transfer of acetate in very poor condition.

Track 5 possibly recorded July 5, 1954.
Tracks 6-7 recorded July 5, 1954 at Sun Studio, Memphis.
Sources for tracks 5-6: Original SUN tapes.
Source for track 7: 45 rpm SUN single (plastic).

Track 8: Recorded July 7, 1954 at Sun Studio, Memphis.
Source for track 8: 45 rpm SUN single (plastic).

Track 9: Likely recorded between August 15 and 19, 1954 at Sun Studio, Memphis.
Source for track 9: Original SUN tape.

Tracks 10-14 likely recorded between September 12-16, 1954 at Sun Studio, Memphis.
Sources for tracks 10, 11, 13 and 14: RCA reference tapes (30 ips)
Source for track 12: Digital transfer of SUN tape, with repairs from a digital transfer of a tape copy.

Tracks 15-16 recorded either mid-November or mid-December 1954 at Sun Studio, Memphis.
Sources for tracks 15-16: 78 rpm SUN single (shellac).

Track 17 Recorded between mid-November 1954 and mid-April 1955 at Sun Studio, Memphis.
The reel has March 5 written on it, but Elvis was at the Louisiana Hayride that day.
Source for track 17: Original SUN tape.

Track 18 likely recorded between January 30 and February 4, 1955 at Sun Studio, Memphis.
“I Got a Woman” and “Tryin' to Get to You” were also recorded, but have been lost.
Source for track 18: RCA reference tape (30 ips).

Track 19 likely recorded mid-April 1955 at Sun Studio, Memphis.
Source for track 19: RCA reference tape (30 ips), with first part of ending from RCA tape copy (15 ips) and last part of ending from digital transfer of the RCA EPA-965 production master tape.

Tracks 20-22 recorded mid-July, 1955 at Sun Studio, Memphis.
Source for track 20: SUN tape copy.
Source for track 21: SUN tape copy, with ending from digital transfer of 78 rpm RCA single.
Source for track 22: RCA reference tape (30 ips).

Track 23 recorded November 1-4, 1955 at Sun Studio, Memphis.
Source for track 23: Original SUN (vocal channel) slapback tape.
Elvis’ 1957 re-recording of the song was released under the title “When It Rains, It Really Pours”

Source for track 24: RCA reference tape (30 ips).

Source for track 25: 'Elvis at Sun' master, derived from digital transfer of 78 RPM SUN single (shellac).

Track 26: Steve Sholes’ original notes have these takes as 2 & 4
Source for track 26: RCA master tape.

Source for track 27: 1965 RCA work part tape for the “Elvis for Everyone” LPM-3450 production master tape.





Disc 2: The Sun Studio Sessions

01 Harbor Lights (takes 1-2, level adjustments) 0:33
02 Harbor Lights (take 3/M) 2:53
03 Harbor Lights (take 4) 2:38
04 Harbor Lights (takes 5-6) 1:23
05 Harbor Lights (take 7) 2:25
06 Harbor Lights [take 8] 0:26
07 I Love You Because (take 1) 0:23
08 I Love You Because (take 2) 3:28
09 I Love You Because (take 3) 3:36
10 I Love You Because (take 4) 0:40
11 I Love You Because (take 5) 3:28
12 That’s All Right (takes 1-2) 0:20
13 That’s All Right (take 3) 1:58
14 Dialogue 0:20
15 Blue Moon of Kentucky (slow tempo outtake) 1:08
16 Blue Moon (takes 1-3) 0:38
17 Blue Moon (take 4) 2:59
18 Blue Moon (take 5) 3:25
19 Blue Moon (takes 6-7) 0:53
20 Blue Moon [take 8] 3:01
21 Blue Moon (take 9/M) 2:44
22 Dialogue fragment (before “Tomorrow Night”) 0:11
23 I’ll Never Let You Go (Little Darlin’) (incomplete take) 0:49
24 Good Rockin’ Tonight (fragment from vocal slapback tape) 0:10
25 I Don’t Care if the Sun Don’t Shine (takes 1-2) 1:13
26 I Don’t Care if the Sun Don’t Shine (take 3/M) 2:35
27 I’m Left, You’re Right, She’s Gone (slow version, take 1) 3:00
28 I’m Left, You’re Right, She’s Gone (slow version, take 2) 2:51
29 I’m Left, You’re Right, She’s Gone (slow version, take 3) 2:51
30 I’m Left, You’re Right, She’s Gone (slow version, take 4) 0:10
31 I’m Left, You’re Right, She’s Gone (slow version, take 5/M) 2:40
32 I’m Left, You’re Right, She’s Gone (slow version, take 6) 2:40
33 I’m Left, You’re Right, She’s Gone (slow version, take 7) 1:35
34 How Do You Think I Feel (guitar slapback tape, rehearsal + take 1) 3:17
35 How Do You Think I Feel (guitar slapback tape, rehearsals) 1:14
36 When It Rains It Pours (vocal slapback tape, take 1) 1:37
37 When It Rains It Pours (vocal slapback tape, take 2 - rehearsal) 2:12
38 When It Rains It Pours (vocal slapback tape, takes 3-4) 2:14
39 When It Rains It Pours (vocal slapback tape, take 5/M) 2:02
40 When It Rains It Pours (vocal slapback tape, take 6-7) 1:40
41 When It Rains It Pours [vocal slapback tape, take 8] 1:40

Tracks 1-6 possibly recorded July 5, 1954 at Sun Studio, Memphis.
Source for tracks 1-6: Original SUN tape.

Tracks 7-13 recorded July 5, 1954 at Sun Studio, Memphis.
Source for tracks 7-13: Original SUN tape.

Tracks 14-15 likely recorded July 7, 1954 at Sun Studio, Memphis.
Source for tracks 14-15: Digital transfer of SUN tape.

Tracks 16-21 likely recorded between August 15 and 19, 1954 at Sun Studio, Memphis.
Source for tracks 16-21: Original SUN tape.

Tracks 22-26 likely recorded between September 12 and 16, 1954 at Sun Studio, Memphis.
Source for track 22: RCA reference tape (30 ips) for “Tomorrow Night”.
Sources for tracks 23-26: Digital transfers of SUN tapes (also see source note for Disc 1, track 12).

Tracks 27-33 recorded between mid-November 1954 and mid-April 1955 at Sun Studio, Memphis.
The reel has March 5 written on it, but Elvis was at the Louisiana Hayride that day.
Source for tracks 27-33: Original SUN tape.

Tracks 34-35 recorded between mid-November 1954 and mid-April 1955 at Sun Studio, Memphis.
Source for tracks 34-35: Digital transfer of SUN (guitar channel) slapback tape.

Tracks 36-41 recorded between November 1-4, 1955 at Sun Studio, Memphis.
Source for tracks 36-41: Original SUN (vocal channel) slapback tape.




Disc 3: Live & Radio Performances

01 That’s All Right 2:52
02 Blue Moon of Kentucky 2:23
03 Shake, Rattle and Roll 2:24
04 Fool, Fool, Fool 1:59
05 Hearts of Stone 2:02
06 That’s All Right 1:52
07 Tweedlee Dee 2:51
08 Shake, Rattle and Roll 2:23
09 KSIJ Radio commercial with DJ Tom Perryman 0:16
10 Money Honey 2:43
11 Blue Moon of Kentucky 2:04
12 I Don’t Care if the Sun Don’t Shine 2:33
13 That’s All Right 1:54
14 Tweedlee Dee 2:15
15 Money Honey 2:17
16 Hearts of Stone 1:37
17 Shake, Rattle and Roll 1:39
18 Little Mama 2:03
19 You’re a Heartbreaker 2:06
20 Good Rockin’ Tonight 2:36
21 Baby Let’s Play House 2:22
22 Blue Moon of Kentucky 1:47
23 I Got a Woman 3:03
24 That’s All Right 2:17
25 Tweedlee Dee 2:47
26 Interview with Mae Boren Axton 3:19
27 That’s All Right 2:37
28 I’m Left, You’re Right, She’s Gone 3:16
29 Baby Let’s Play House 3:19
30 Maybellene 3:09
31 That’s All Right 2:49
32 Interview with Bob Neal 5:31

Tracks 1-2 recorded at Louisiana Hayride debut, Shreveport, Louisiana, October 16, 1954.
Source for tracks 1-2: RCA reference tape copy.

Tracks 3-4 recorded at KDAV Radio, Lubbock, Texas, January 6, 1955.
Source for tracks 3-4: Digital transfer of acetate.

Tracks 5-7 likely recorded at the Louisiana Hayride, Shreveport, Louisiana, January 15, 1955.
Source for tracks 5-7: Digital transfer of acetate in very poor condition.
Some parts duplicated and edited to create near-complete performances.

Track 8 recorded at WJOI Radio, Florence, Alabama January 19, 1955.
Source for track 8: Digital transfer of acetate in poor condition.

Track 9 recorded at KSIJ Radio, Gladewater, Texas, 1955.
Source for track 9: Digital transfer.

Tracks 10-13 likely recorded at the Louisiana Hayride, Shreveport, Louisiana, January 22, 1955.
Source for tracks 10-13: Digital transfer of acetate in very poor condition. Some parts duplicated and edited to create near-complete performances.

Tracks 14-19 likely recorded at the Louisiana Hayride, Shreveport, Louisiana, March 5, 1955.
Source for tracks 14-19: Digital transfer of fragments of acetate in very poor condition (which was destroyed in the process). Some parts duplicated and edited to create near-complete performances.

Tracks 20-24 likely recorded at the Eagles’ Hall, Houston, Texas, March 19, 1955. Track 21 could be from a different performance the same week.
Source for tracks 20-24: RCA reference tape copy.

Track 25 recorded at Gladewater High School, Gladewater, Texas, April 30, 1955.
Source for tracks 25: RCA reference tape copy.

Track 26 recorded at motel in Jacksonville, Florida on either May 12 or July 28, 1955.
Source for track 26: Digital transfer of 1981 BBC broadcast tape copy.

Track 27 recorded at the Jimmie Rodgers Memorial Festival, Meridian, Mississippi, May 26, 1955.
Source for track 27: Broadcast tape.

Track 28 recorded at the Louisiana Hayride, Shreveport, Louisiana, July 2, 1955.
Source for track 28: Digital transfer of acetate in very poor condition. Some parts duplicated and edited to create near-complete performance.

Tracks 29-31 recorded at the Louisiana Hayride, Shreveport, Louisiana, August 20, 1955.
Source for tracks 29-31: RCA reference tape copies.

Track 32 recorded at WMPS Radio, Memphis Tennessee, between August 29-31, 1955.
Source for track 32: Digital transfer
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Thank you, Greg. This looks phenomenal. In particular, I can't wait to finally hear the original SUN versions of the various singles, as I've only heard the RCA versions. This is what it's all about.

All of this and an 11 pound book, too! Wow.


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Since I`m not into the 50s Elvis at all I have no clue whats previously unreleased on the discs :?


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Greg1995 wrote:Yeah, but no...." I forgot to remeber to forget" live :cry: :cry: :cry:
The tracklist still rocks!!! Thank you Ernst!
Now it is known that second studio version of "Tryin to get to you" exists and also "I got a woman"
But they do not exist!? They were 'lost'. This is what tracklisting above tells us.
How did they manage to destroy Sherif Hanna's acetate 'in the process' of transferring it? Or was it not Hanna's acetate they were using?

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Tony.. wrote:
Greg1995 wrote:Yeah, but no...." I forgot to remeber to forget" live :cry: :cry: :cry:
The tracklist still rocks!!! Thank you Ernst!
Now it is known that second studio version of "Tryin to get to you" exists and also "I got a woman"
But they do not exist!? They were 'lost'. This is what tracklisting above tells us.
How did they manage to destroy Sherif Hanna's acetate 'in the process' of transferring it? Or was it not Hanna's acetate they were using?
Because it is an old and probably very fragile acetate.
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CD 2 appears to be a presentation of the complete Sun session tape reels that still exist. I will greatly enjoy hearing the takes as they were recorded and any studio chat that may have been captured on tape.
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Looks awesome!!!! Can't wait!!!
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I cant find where is the radio announcement made by old man for Elvis performances in Pine Bluff, Arkansas, which is kinda cool :roll:

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Since I`m not into the 50s Elvis at all I have no clue whats previously unreleased on the discs
I asked the same question. I went to Keith Flynn's great session site and he has already updated to reflect this information.

http://www.keithflynn.com/recording-sessions/50_index.html

Thanks Keith! Great work!



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The Sun tracklist appears to be quite promising.
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Great !!!!

I'll be looking forward to a few new takes/tries of Blue moon and Harbor lights, Shake rattle and roll Live 19th jan 1955 and the Hayride show from March 5th 1955. Have to admit I never really liked the song When it rains it really pours a lot :oops:
And of course the sound on the Sun masters !!!!!!!

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TCK_KING wrote:Since I`m not into the 50s Elvis at all I have no clue whats previously unreleased on the discs :?
Then why did you bother taking up time and space on this thread?!


Good Time Charlie wrote:I've done some tidying up, think this makes it easier to scan over:
Thank you, Good Time Charlie... much easier to read and digest! :smt006
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Tony.. wrote:
Greg1995 wrote:Yeah, but no...." I forgot to remeber to forget" live :cry: :cry: :cry:
The tracklist still rocks!!! Thank you Ernst!
Now it is known that second studio version of "Tryin to get to you" exists and also "I got a woman"
But they do not exist!? They were 'lost'. This is what tracklisting above tells us.
How did they manage to destroy Sherif Hanna's acetate 'in the process' of transferring it? Or was it not Hanna's acetate they were using?
The same thing happened years ago on the Hank Williams box set- the masters were on 16" acetates and at times the engineer had only one chance at playing them to transfer them to digital. The acetate coating (over an aluminum or glass disc base) would peel or flake off in pieces as the stylus passed over. Fortunately the recordings were saved digitally. If left alone, the acetate coating would eventually slough off on their own, and a priceless performance would be gone forever.

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Nice track list :)

Was still kind of hoping that IFTRTF might have just made it and also that there may have been another unheard song on the set.

Still, look forward to the book as it was primarily a book project with bonus audio content after all.

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CD 3 Track 19 You’re a Heartbreaker 2:06
I think it's the first time we'll hear it live or am i wrong?
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Frenchie wrote:CD 3 Track 19 You’re a Heartbreaker 2:06
I think it's the first time we'll hear it live or am i wrong?
::rocks
Yeah, you are right but probably overdubbed with the studio version because of Very poor quality :)


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Greg1995 wrote:::rocks
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DISC 1

MEMPHIS RECORDING SERVICE ACETATES

01 My Happiness 2:33

02 That’s When Your Heartaches Begin 2:52

Tracks 1-2: Self-financed demo recorded July, 1953 at Sun Studio, Memphis.

Source for tracks 1-2: Digital transfer of acetate.

03 I’ll Never Stand in Your Way 2:04

04 It Wouldn’t Be the Same (Without You) 2:09

Tracks 3-4: Self-financed demo recorded January 4, 1954 at Sun Studio, Memphis.

Source for tracks 3-4: Digital transfer of acetate in very poor condition.



SUN MASTERS

05 Harbor Lights 2:38

06 I Love You Because 2:43

07 That’s All Right (45 rpm master) 2:00

Track 5 possibly recorded July 5, 1954.

Tracks 6-7 recorded July 5, 1954 at Sun Studio, Memphis.

Sources for tracks 5-6: Original SUN tapes.

Source for track 7: 45 rpm SUN single (plastic).



08 Blue Moon of Kentucky (45 rpm master) 2:07

Recorded July 7, 1954 at Sun Studio, Memphis.

Source for track 8: 45 rpm SUN single (plastic).



09 Blue Moon 2:44

Likely recorded between August 15 and 19, 1954 at Sun Studio, Memphis.

Source for track 9: Original SUN tape.



10 Tomorrow Night 3:01

11 I'll Never Let You Go (Little Darlin’)2:27

12 I Don't Care if the Sun Don't Shine 2:32

13 Just Because 2:34

14 Good Rockin' Tonight 2:15

Tracks 10-14 likely recorded between September 12-16, 1954 at Sun Studio, Memphis.

Sources for tracks 10, 11, 13 and 14: RCA reference tapes (30 ips)

Source for track 12: Digital transfer of SUN tape, with repairs from a digital transfer of a tape copy.



15 Milkcow Blues Boogie 2:39

16 You’re a Heartbreaker 2:13

Tracks 15-16 recorded either mid-November or mid-December 1954 at Sun Studio, Memphis.

Sources for tracks 15-16: 78 rpm SUN single (shellac).



17 I'm Left, You're Right, She's Gone (slow version) 2:43

Recorded between mid-November 1954 and mid-April 1955 at Sun Studio, Memphis.

The reel has March 5 written on it, but Elvis was at the Louisiana Hayride that day.

Source for track 17: Original SUN tape.



18 Baby Let's Play House 2:19

Likely recorded between January 30 and February 4, 1955 at Sun Studio, Memphis.

“I Got a Woman” and “Tryin' to Get to You” were also recorded, but have been lost.

Source for track 18: RCA reference tape (30 ips).



19 I'm Left, You're Right, She's Gone 2:38

Likely recorded mid-April 1955 at Sun Studio, Memphis.

Source for track 19: RCA reference tape (30 ips), with first part of ending from RCA tape copy (15 ips) and last part of ending from digital transfer of the RCA EPA-965 production master tape.



20 I Forgot to Remember to Forget 2:31

21 Mystery Train 2:30

22 Tryin’ to Get to You 2:36

Tracks 20-22 recorded mid-July, 1955 at Sun Studio, Memphis.

Source for track 20: SUN tape copy.

Source for track 21: SUN tape copy, with ending from digital transfer of 78 rpm RCA single.

Source for track 22: RCA reference tape (30 ips).



23 When It Rains It Pours 2:06

Recorded November 1-4, 1955 at Sun Studio, Memphis.

Source for track 23: Original SUN (vocal channel) slapback tape.

Elvis’ 1957 re-recording of the song was released under the title “When It Rains, It Really Pours”



RCA MASTERS

24 That’s All Right 1:59

RCA single version

Source for track 24: RCA reference tape (30 ips).



25 Blue Moon of Kentucky 2:05

RCA single version (78 rpm master)

Source for track 24: 'Elvis at Sun' master, derived from digital transfer of 78 RPM SUN single (shellac).



26 I Love You Because 2:45

RCA LP version – spliced from takes 3 & 5

Steve Sholes’ original notes have these takes as 2 & 4

Source for track 26: RCA master tape.



27 Tomorrow Night 2:56

RCA LP version – overdubbed and slowed down

Source for track 27: 1965 RCA work part tape for the “Elvis for Everyone” LPM-3450 production master tape.





DISC 2



SUN STUDIO SESSIONS

01 Harbor Lights (takes 1-2, level adjustments) 0:33

02 Harbor Lights (take 3/M) 2:53

03 Harbor Lights (take 4) 2:38

04 Harbor Lights (takes 5-6) 1:23

05 Harbor Lights (take 7) 2:25

06 Harbor Lights (take 8) 0:26

Tracks 1-6 possibly recorded July 5, 1954 at Sun Studio, Memphis.

Source for tracks 1-6: Original SUN tape.



07 I Love You Because (take 1) 0:23

08 I Love You Because (take 2) 3:28

09 I Love You Because (take 3) 3:36

10 I Love You Because (take 4) 0:40

11 I Love You Because (take 5) 3:28

12 That’s All Right (takes 1-2) 0:20

13 That’s All Right (take 3) 1:58

Tracks 7-13 recorded July 5, 1954 at Sun Studio, Memphis.

Source for tracks 7-13: Original SUN tape.



14 Dialogue 0:20

15 Blue Moon of Kentucky (slow tempo outtake) 1:08

Tracks 14-15 likely recorded July 7, 1954 at Sun Studio, Memphis.

Source for tracks 14-15: Digital transfer of SUN tape.



16 Blue Moon (takes 1-3) 0:38

17 Blue Moon (take 4) 2:59

18 Blue Moon (take 5) 3:25

19 Blue Moon (takes 6-7) 0:53

20 Blue Moon (take 8) 3:01

21 Blue Moon (take 9/M) 2:44

Tracks 16-21 likely recorded between August 15 and 19, 1954 at Sun Studio, Memphis.

Source for tracks 16-21: Original SUN tape.



22 Dialogue fragment (before “Tomorrow Night”) 0:11

23 I’ll Never Let You Go (Little Darlin’) (incomplete take) 0:49

24 Good Rockin’ Tonight (fragment from vocal slapback tape) 0:10

25 I Don’t Care if the Sun Don’t Shine (takes 1-2) 1:13

26 I Don’t Care if the Sun Don’t Shine (take 3/M) 2:35

Tracks 22-26 likely recorded between September 12 and 16, 1954 at Sun Studio, Memphis.

Source for track 22: RCA reference tape (30 ips) for “Tomorrow Night”.

Sources for tracks 23-26: Digital transfers of SUN tapes (also see source note for Disc 1, track 12).



27 I’m Left, You’re Right, She’s Gone (slow version, take 1) 3:00

28 I’m Left, You’re Right, She’s Gone (slow version, take 2) 2:51

29 I’m Left, You’re Right, She’s Gone (slow version, take 3) 2:51

30 I’m Left, You’re Right, She’s Gone (slow version, take 4) 0:10

31 I’m Left, You’re Right, She’s Gone (slow version, take 5/M) 2:40

32 I’m Left, You’re Right, She’s Gone (slow version, take 6) 2:40

33 I’m Left, You’re Right, She’s Gone (slow version, take 7) 1:35

Recorded between mid-November 1954 and mid-April 1955 at Sun Studio, Memphis.

The reel has March 5 written on it, but Elvis was at the Louisiana Hayride that day.

Source for tracks 27-33: Original SUN tape.



34 How Do You Think I Feel (guitar slapback tape, rehearsal + take 1) 3:17

35 How Do You Think I Feel (guitar slapback tape, rehearsals) 1:14

Recorded between mid-November 1954 and mid-April 1955 at Sun Studio, Memphis.

Source for tracks 34-35: Digital transfer of SUN (guitar channel) slapback tape.



36 When It Rains It Pours (vocal slapback tape, take 1) 1:37

37 When It Rains It Pours (vocal slapback tape, take 2 - rehearsa1) 2:12

38 When It Rains It Pours (vocal slapback tape, takes 3-4) 2:14

39 When It Rains It Pours (vocal slapback tape, take 5/M) 2:02

40 When It Rains It Pours (vocal slapback tape, take 6-7) 1:40

41 When It Rains It Pours (vocal slapback tape, take 8) 1:40

Recorded between November 1-4, 1955 at Sun Studio, Memphis.

Source for tracks 36-41: Original SUN (vocal channel) slapback tape.

..


DISC 3



LIVE AND RADIO PERFORMANCES

01 That’s All Right 2:52

02 Blue Moon of Kentucky 2:23

Tracks 1-2 recorded at Louisiana Hayride debut, Shreveport, Louisiana, October 16, 1954.

Source for tracks 1-2: RCA reference tape copy.



03 Shake, Rattle and Roll 2:24

04 Fool, Fool, Fool 1:59

Tracks 3-4 recorded at KDAV Radio, Lubbock, Texas, January 6, 1955.

Source for tracks 3-4: Digital transfer of acetate.



05 Hearts of Stone 2:02

06 That’s All Right 1:52

07 Tweedlee Dee 2:51

Tracks 5-7 likely recorded at the Louisiana Hayride, Shreveport, Louisiana, January 15, 1955.

Source for tracks 5-7: Digital transfer of acetate in very poor condition.

Some parts duplicated and edited to create near-complete performances.



08 Shake, Rattle and Roll 2:23

Recorded at WJOI Radio, Florence, Alabama January 19, 1955.

Source for track 8: Digital transfer of acetate in poor condition.



09 KSIJ Radio commercial with DJ Tom Perryman 0:16

Recorded at KSIJ Radio, Gladewater, Texas, 1955.

Source for track 9: Digital transfer.



10 Money Honey 2:43

11 Blue Moon of Kentucky 2:04

12 I Don’t Care if the Sun Don’t Shine 2:33

13 That’s All Right 1:54

Tracks 10-13 likely recorded at the Louisiana Hayride, Shreveport, Louisiana, January 22, 1955.

Source for tracks 10-13: Digital transfer of acetate in very poor condition. Some parts duplicated and edited to create near-complete performances.



14 Tweedlee Dee 2:15

15 Money Honey 2:17

16 Hearts of Stone 1:37

17 Shake, Rattle and Roll 1:39

18 Little Mama 2:03

19 You’re a Heartbreaker 2:06

Tracks 14-19 likely recorded at the Louisiana Hayride, Shreveport, Louisiana, March 5, 1955.

Source for tracks 14-19: Digital transfer of fragments of acetate in very poor condition (which was destroyed in the process). Some parts duplicated and edited to create near-complete performances.



20 Good Rockin’ Tonight 2:36

21 Baby Let’s Play House 2:22

22 Blue Moon of Kentucky 1:47

23 I Got a Woman 3:03

24 That’s All Right 2:17

Tracks 20-24 likely recorded at the Eagles’ Hall, Houston, Texas, March 19, 1955. Track 21 could be from a different performance the same week.

Source for tracks 20-24: RCA reference tape copy.



25 Tweedlee Dee 2:47

Recorded at Gladewater High School, Gladewater, Texas, April 30, 1955.

Source for tracks 25: RCA reference tape copy.



26 Interview with Mae Boren Axton 3:19

Recorded at motel in Jacksonville, Florida on either May 12 or July 28, 1955.

Source for track 26: Digital transfer of 1981 BBC broadcast tape copy.



27 That’s All Right 2:37

Recorded at the Jimmie Rodgers Memorial Festival, Meridian, Mississippi, May 26, 1955.

Source for track 27: Broadcast tape.



28 I’m Left, You’re Right, She’s Gone 3:16

Recorded at the Louisiana Hayride, Shreveport, Louisiana, July 2, 1955.

Source for track 28: Digital transfer of acetate in very poor condition. Some parts duplicated and edited to create near-complete performance.



29 Baby Let’s Play House 3:19

30 Maybellene 3:09

31 That’s All Right 2:49

Tracks 29-31 recorded at the Louisiana Hayride, Shreveport, Louisiana, August 20, 1955.

Source for tracks 29-31: RCA reference tape copies.



32 Interview with Bob Neal 5:31

Recorded at WMPS Radio, Memphis Tennessee, between August 29-31, 1955.

Source for track 32: Digital transfer



MUSICIANS

Disc 1 tracks 1-4: Elvis Presley: guitar, vocals



All other recordings (except when noted):

Elvis Presley: guitar, vocals; Scotty Moore: electric guitar; Bill Black: bass

Disc 1 track 13: possibly Buddy Cunningham: brushes on snare drum

Disc 1 track 19 and disc 2 tracks 34-35: Jimmie Lott: drums

Disc 1 tracks 20, 22-23 and Disc 2 tracks 36-41: Johnny Bernero: drums

Disc 1 track 27: Chet Atkins: guitar; Grady Martin: guitar; Henry Strzelecki: bass; Buddy Harman: drums; Charlie McCoy: harmonica; Anita Kerr Singers: backing vocals

Disc 3 tracks 5-7 & 10-13: Sonny Trammel: steel guitar; Leon Post: piano

Disc 3 tracks 14-19 & 25: Jimmy Day: steel guitar; Floyd Cramer: piano

Why the promotion for the awfull ElvisMatters club ??. They are better prices available, so i don't get it.


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I didnt post elvismatters audio sample or even the cover, just text. It's been added probably by PEP

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MORERO wrote:Why the promotion for the awfull ElvisMatters club ??. They are better prices available, so i don't get it.
Why quoting such a long track listing when expressing one's opinion about a fan club (awful or not). I don't get it either. :|
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Blue River wrote:
TCK_KING wrote:Since I`m not into the 50s Elvis at all I have no clue whats previously unreleased on the discs :?
Then why did you bother taking up time and space on this thread?!

Because I wanted to see if any new songs was in the track list.....just out of curiosity.