Cover: (9/1975) picture sleeve front and back.
Disc: (9/1975) Yellow label. NOT FOR SALE.
Matrix numbers: PA10401C 12S A2 / PA10401P 3S A1 (machine stamped) (Indianapolis pressing)
Disc: (9/1975) Orange label. (mockup)
Some collectors contend that this would be Elvis’ final single pressed with the orange label. No copy has ever surfaced, been documented, or confirmed to exist. This would be a Hollywood pressing. It has been documented that while the Indianapolis pressing plant began using tan labels, the Hollywood plant would continue using orange labels until its closing in early 1976. There is an anomaly that shatters this belief, the March 1976 release of Hurt / For the Heart, where a copy is documented on this site with tan labels and pressed at the Hollywood plant. With Bringing It Back peaking at number 65 on the Billboard Hot 100 and Pieces of My Life peaking at number 33 on the Billboard Country chart, the demand for this single was weak and may not have warranted a Hollywood pressing.
Disc: (9/1975) Tan label.
Matrix numbers: PB10401A 12S
AA3 A1 / PB10401B 3S AA1 (machine stamped) (Indianapolis pressing)
Matrix numbers: PB10401A 12S A3 / PB10401B 3S AA4 (machine stamped) (Indianapolis pressing)
Matrix numbers: PB10401A 12S A4 / PB10401B 3S AA2 (machine stamped) (Indianapolis pressing)