ROCK 'N' ROLL

NO. 2

Sleeve Variation 2 - Rear
Sleeve Variation 2 - Rear

Foldovers Top & Bottom Notes On Re-processed Stereo © by Radio Corporation of America, 1956 RCA VICTOR Logo (Boxed) PRODUCT OF THE DECCA RECORD COMPANY, LIMITED, LONDON MADE FROM A MASTER RECORDING OF RCA VICTOR Laminated with 'Clairifoil' made by British Celanese Limited Printed in England by MacNeil Press, London S.E.1.

Sleeve Variation 2 - Front
Sleeve Variation 2 - Front

Laminated Front Only RCA VICTOR Red Dot Logo (Boxed) STEREO Electronically Reprocessed (Top Right)

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Black Label RCA Victor Small Silver Dot Logo

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Track Listing:

Side 1:
1. Rip It Up
2. Love Me
3. When My Blue Moon Turns To Gold Again
4. Long Tall Sally
5. First In Line
6. Paralyzed

Side 2:
1. So Glad You're Mine
2. Old Shep
3. Ready Teddy
4. Any Place Is Paradise
5. How's The World Treating You
6. How Do You Think I Feel

RCA

SF 7528

Released: December 1962:

electronic stereo (17)

Original release: April 1957:

mono (CLP 1105) (02)

This album was supposedly released due to pressure applied by the U.K. magazine 'Elvis Monthly' and it's Record Club. After RCA took over from HMV in the UK, fans found it difficult to obtain this 'missing' album unless they bought it from abroad at increased prices. The monthly tried to get its readers (estimated at 400,000) to guarantee to buy a copy. The editor even promised to buy 1000 copies!

The Record Club's next target is 'Flaming Star' and 'Summer Kisses', songs that are not available in Britain at this time.

It entered the UK charts on December 8, 1962, and like it's predecessor peaked at no. 3.

Chart Run: (17 Weeks)

08/12/1962 - 14

15/12/1962 - 06

22/12/1962 - 05

29/12/1962 - 07

05/01/1963 - 05

12/01/1963 - 04

19/01/1963 - 04

26/01/1963 - 03

02/02/1963 - 07

09/02/1963 - 05

16/02/1963 - 07

23/02/1963 - 09

02/03/1963 - 09

09/03/1963 - 09

16/03/1963 - 10

23/03/1963 - 11

30/03/1963 - 16

Information: www.officialcharts.com

Recording Information:

Rip It Up

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

Love Me

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

When My Blue Moon Turns To Gold Again

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

Long Tall Sally

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

First in Line

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

Paralyzed

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

So Glad You're Mine

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

Old Shep

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

Ready Teddy

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

Anyplace is Paradise

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

How's the World Treating You

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

How Do You Think I Feel

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

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