The Rock Hits

Sleeve Variation 1 - Rear
Sleeve Variation 1 - Rear

Bar Code (Top Right) A product of PICKWICK INTERNATIONAL INC, (GB) LTD. The Hyde Industrial Estate, The Hyde, London NW9 6JU Licensed from RCA/ARIOLA Records. Printed in England (Bottom Right)

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Sleeve Variation 1 - Front
Sleeve Variation 1 - Front

Gloss Sleeve

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Track Listing:

Side 1:
  1. Shake, Rattle And Roll
  2. Rip It Up
  3. Blue Suede Shoes
  4. Ready Teddy
  5. Lawdy, Miss Clawdy
  6. What'd I Say

Side 2:
  1. Long Tall Sally
  2. (Let me be your) Teddy Bear
  3. Jailhouse Rock
  4. C'mon Everybody
  5. Hi-Heel Sneakers

  6. Guitar Man

CAMDEN

CDS 1215

Released: April 1986:

stereo/mono (276)

The rear sleeve of this album states that Elvis died in July 1977? The writers most know something we don't.

Recording Information:

Shake, Rattle and Roll

(February 3, 1956: RCA Studio 1, New York)

Rip It Up

(September 3, 1956: Radio Recorders, Studio 1, Hollywood, California)

Blue Suede Shoes

(January 30, 1956: RCA Studio 1, New York)

Ready Teddy

(September 3, 1956: Radio Recorders, Studio 1, Hollywood, California)

Lawdy, Miss Clawdy

(February 3, 1956: RCA Studio 1, New York)

What'd I Say

(August 30, 1963: Radio Recorders, Studio B, Hollywood, California)

Long Tall Sally

(September 2, 1956: Radio Recorders, Studio 1, Hollywood, California)

Teddy Bear

(January 16, 1957: Paramount Sound Stage, Hollywood, California)

Jailhouse Rock

(April 30, 1957: Radio Recorders, Studio 1, Hollywood, California)

C'mon Everybody

(July 9/10, 1963: Radio Recorders, Studio B, Hollywood, California)

Hi-Heel Sneakers

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

Guitar Man

(September 10/11, 1967: RCA Studio B, Nashville, Tennessee)

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