You'll Never Walk Alone

Sleeve Variation 1 - Rear
Sleeve Variation 1 - Rear

RCA Logo (Top Left) CAMDEN (Top Right) Manufactured by RCA Ltd for PICKWICK INTERNATIONAL Inc [GB] Ltd Victoria Works, Edgware Road, London, NW2. (Across The Bottom of Sleeve) Made in England (Bottom Centre)

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Sleeve Variation 1 - Front
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Laminated Front Only RCA Logo (Top Left) CAMDEN (Top Right)

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RCA CAMDEN

CDM 1088

Track Listing:

Side 1:
1. You'll Never Walk Alone
2. Who Am I?
3. Let Us Pray
4. (There'll Be) Peace In The Valley (for me)
5. We Call On Him

Side 2:
1. I Believe
2. It Is No Secret (what God can do)
3. Sing You Children
4. Take My Hand, Precious Lord
5. Swing Down Sweet Chariot

Released: March 1971:

mono (48)

RCA introduced a second budget label called 'Camden' named after their pressing plant in Camden, New Jersey.

This album entered the charts later on in the year on August 7, 1971, reaching no. 47.

Chart Run: (1 Week)

07/08/1971 - 47

It re-entered the charts again for one week on August 21, 1971, reaching no. 20.

Chart Run: (1 Week)

21/08/1971 - 20

It re-entered the charts for a two week stay on September 11, 1971, peaking at no. 33.

Chart Run: (4 Weeks)

11/09/1971 - 33

18/09/1971 - 27

Information: www.officialcharts.com

Recording Information:

You'll Never Walk Alone

(September 11/12, 1967: RCA Studio B, Nashville, Tennessee)

Who Am I?

(February 22, 1969: American Sound Studio, Memphis, Tennessee)

Let Us Pray

(March 5/6, 1969: Decca Universal Studio, Universal City, California)

Peace in the Valley

(January 13, 1957: Radio Recorders, Studio 1, Hollywood, California)

We Call On Him

(September 11/12, 1967: RCA Studio B, Nashville, Tennessee)

I Believe

(January 12, 1957: Radio Recorders, Studio 1, Hollywood, California)

It Is No Secret

(January 19, 1957: Radio Recorders, Studio 1, Hollywood, California)

Sing You Children

(September 28, 1966: Paramount Recording Stage, Hollywood, California)

Take My Hand, Precious Lord

(January 13, 1957: Radio Recorders, Studio 1, Hollywood, California)

Swing Down Sweet Chariot

(October 30/31, 1960: RCA Studio B, Nashville, Tennessee)

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The Camden record labels when scanned can sometimes appear as a completely different shade of blue/turquoise.

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RCA Logo (Top Left) CAMDEN (Top Right) MANUFACTURED AND DISTRIBUTED BY RCA LIMITED, RECORD DIVISION, RCA HOUSE, CURZON STREET, LONDON W.1 (Across Bottom Of Sleeve) Printed in England by Clout & Baker Ltd. (Bottom Centre)

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RCA Logo (Top Front)

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RCA CAMDEN

CDS 1088

Track Listing:

Side 1:
1. You'll Never Walk Alone
2. Who Am I?
3. Let Us Pray
4. (There'll Be) Peace In The Valley (for me)
5. We Call On Him

Side 2:
1. I Believe
2. It Is No Secret (what God can do)
3. Sing You Children
4. Take My Hand, Precious Lord
5. Swing Down Sweet Chariot

Export Album: (CDS 1088)

This album used a completely new front sleeve that copied the re-issued 'Elvis for Everyone' album in 1972