Label  Detail Change!

RCA changed black label to

orange label

With the release in February 1969 of Elvis' latest single: "If I Can Dream"/"Memories" (RCA 1795) RCA had already changed their long standing black RCA VICTOR small silver dot label to a new orange computer style look.

The last single to bear the old black label was: "A Little Less Conversation"/"Almost In Love" (RCA 1768) released in November 1968.

The new label design:

(Knockout Centre)

MANUFACTURED BY RCA LTD ENGLAND FROM MASTER RECORDINGS OF RADIO CORPORATION OF AMERICA TRADEMARK OWNER TM(S) ® REG MARCA(S) REGISTRADA(S)

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Artist Name (top left)

New RCA 'computer' style logo

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Catalogue Number,

Victor logo

Matrix Number

Publishing Date

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Song Title,

Song Writer(s)

Publisher(s)

(bottom centre)

ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. UNAUTHORISED COPYING, PUBLIC PERFORMANCE AND BROADCASTING OF THIS RECORD FORBIDDEN

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