Rockaway pressing variant, with differences in label layout from that of Indianapolis pressing, as follows: - Promo blurbs and songwriter credits all on two lines, one after the other - Quotation marks thinner and much closer spaced - Small type lines closer to each other - Both sides list writers' surnames only
This label layout variant, with a few slight differences in exact positioning, also on pressings by RCA Records Pressing Plant, Hollywood.
Matrix / Runout (A side deadwax stamped, -A1C etched, variant 1): WPKS -8091- 2S -A1C R
Matrix / Runout (B side deadwax stamped, -A2D etched, variant 1): WPKM--8044--2S -A2D R
Matrix / Runout (A side deadwax stamped, -A2B etched, variant 2): WPKS -8091- 3S -A2B R
Matrix / Runout (B side deadwax stamped, -A1E etched, variant 2): WPKM--8044--1S -A1E R
Pressing Plant ID (Stamped onto deadwax at 12 o'clock on both sides): R
Rights Society: ASCAP
Record Company – Radio Corporation Of America
Published By – Gladys Music Inc.
Mastered At – RCA Studios, New York
Pressed By – RCA Records Pressing Plant, Rockaway
Memories is a 1968 song originally recorded by Elvis Presley. It was written by Billy Strange and Mac Davis specially for Presley to perform on Elvis, his comeback TV special that would air on NBC on December 3, 1968. Later Mac Davis recalled to Billboard: They had asked for a song about looking back over the years, and oddly enough, I had to write it in one night. I stayed up all night at Billy Strange's house in Los Angeles. He had a little office set up in his garage. I wrote it right there. Charro is a song first recorded by Elvis Presley as part of the soundtrack for his 1969 motion picture Charro, a western directed by Charles Marquis Warren. It was its title song and the only song that played in it, as it was Presley's first film where he didn't sing. The song was written by Billy Strange and Mac Davis specially for the movie Charro. The recordings took place at the Samuel Goldwyn Studio in Hollywood in OctoberNovember 1968. Presley probably overdubbed his vocals on October 15. Originally recorded by Elvis Presley in 1968. Written by Billy Strange and Mac Davis specially for Elvis Presley to perform at Elvis' Comeback NBC-TV. Текст песни: With eyes that hide the man within You see behind the eyes of, other men Youve lived and died and come to life again And now you stand alone at the crossroads of your - Elvis Presley. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. MemoriesLive at The International Hotel, Las Vegas, NV - 82269 Midnight Show. Elvis Presley. Elvis Presley Elvis Memories MICHELOB BEER 3 hr. Lp radio show promo. Buy It Now. C shipping. From United States. Customs services and international tracking provided. Elvis presley memories of christmas vinyl lp album 1982 RCA victor silver bells. Elvis Presley : Memories,альбом, рецезия, трек-лист, mp3, тексты песен. Elvis Presley Memories With the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, 2016 official audio on YouTube. Released in the United States in 1969 as a B-side to Charro, the title song from the movie Charro, Memories reached number 35 on the Billboard Hot 100 for the week of April 12, 1969. The song is also included on the album Elvis, the soundtrack album for the NBC TV Special at which it was first performed. For the TV show itself the song was recorded live, but the album features a studio version recorded on June 24. Album: Memories: The '68 Comeback Special 1968. Charted: 35. Get the Sheet Music License This Song . Mac Davis penned this song with Billy Strange. They wrote it for Elvis, a US television special featuring Elvis Presley, that aired on December 3, 1968 on the NBC television network. Davis recalled to Billboard magazine: They had asked for a song about looking back over the years, and oddly enough, I had to write it in one night. More songs from Elvis Presley. More songs used in TV shows. More songs about looking back on fond memories. 7 Vinyl, 45 Details. Label: Collectables Records. Tracks:
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