RCA 45s (singles)

Blue Label
(see legend below chart for explanation of colours)
This is the original Canadian blue label (with silver print), and except for the colour it is identical to the original silver and grey label. RCA originally used this blue label to designate a country music 45, but gave that approach up part way through 1956, and that explains why some of the early-Elvis 45s (14 in all) were issued on this label.
47-6357 Mystery Train I Forgot To Remember To Forget
47-6380 Blue Moon of Kentucky That's All Right
47-6381 Good Rockin Tonight I Don't Care If The Sun Don't Shine
47-6382 Milkcow Blues Boogie You're A Heartbreaker
47-6383 Baby Let's Play House I'm Left Your Right She's Gone
47-6420 Heartbreak Hotel I Was The One
47-6466 Tutti Frutti One Sided Love Affair
47-6492 Blue Suede Shoes I'm Counting On You
47-6540 My Baby Left Me I Want You I Need You I Love You
47-6604 Hound Dog Don't Be Cruel
47-6638 I'll Never Let You Go Gonna Sit Right Down and Cry
47-6639 Trying To Get To You I Love You Because
47-6640 Blue Moon Just Because
47-6642 Shake Rattle And Roll Lawdy Miss Clawdy

 
Canadian record same as U.S. release (except label)
Issued in Canada only (no U.S. equivalent release)

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