DJM1-0835 The Elvis Presley Interview Record An Audio Self-Portrait 

Modified: August 11, 2017

         Release: RCA Records DJM1-0835 The Elvis Presley Interview Record An Audio Self-Portrait (LP)
              Artist: Elvis Presley
Release Date: 11/1/1984

Track Listings: (click here to expand / collapse)

Side 1

Excerpts from a TV Guide Interview 1956
Excerpts from a TV Guide Interview 1956
Excerpts from a TV Guide Interview 1956
Excerpts from a TV Guide Interview 1956
Colonel Tom Parker Expert from a TV Guide Interview 1956
Colonel Tom Parker Expert from a TV Guide Interview 1956
Vernon & Gladys Presley - Tupelo, Mississippi, Sept. 26, 1956
Elvis Presley - Tupelo, Mississippi, Sept. 26, 1956

Side 2

Image Change Since His Discharge From The Army - By Accident or Design?
Elvis Talks About His Mother
How Does Elvis View Himself?
Does He Enjoy His Work?
How Does He Relax?
Does He Have Any Time To Read? If So, What Does He Read?
Does He Like Himself?
Does He Like To Work?
If He Were Starting Out Again (In 1961) would He Do Anything Differently? Does He Have Any Specific Goals For The Future?
Does He Think He Has Changed Much As A Person? How Does He View The Criticism That Has Been Leveled At Some of The People Surrounding Him?
If He Were A Father And Could Only Give His Child One Piece Of Advice, What Would That Be?

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Cover Front: Black and gold with an image of Elvis in gold.1
Cover Back: Black and gold with a listing of other Elvis titles available.

This LP is a Radio Programming Aid. It is not commercially available. DJ copy/Not for Sale. Later issued commercially as RCA 6313-1-R2.

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Disc: Gold label, Elvis 50th Anniversary. Black vinyl.

Matrix numbers
Side 1: DJM1 DJL1-0835-A-1S A1D JANUARY 8th 1935 / Side 2: DJM1 DJL1-0835-B 2S JANUARY 8th 1935 (Indianapolis pressing)

Maybe I am reading to much into this, but if you look closely at the catalog number of DJM1-0835 and look at the Elvis' birthday also imprinted in the trail-off area of January 8th 1935 a pattern emerges. "DJ" Disk Jockey. "M1" Month 1 aka. January. "0835" 8th day of the month and the year of 19"35" Clever..

Inner Sleeve
Generic white.

  1. Date from "www.elvisspecialties.com." 11 August 2017.
  2. "www.discogs.com." 11 August 2017.