Side 1: Something / You Gave Me a Mountain / I Can’t Stop Loving You
Side 2: My Way / What Now My Love / I’m So Lonesome I Could Cry
Cover Front: Elvis Aloha from Hawaii via Satellite upper right corner. RCA DTF0-2006 lower right corner. Same cover as VPSX-6089.
Cover Back: White back, blank back. The second image is an example with the jukebox strips in place.
Disc: Yellowish label. LP spindle hole. Stereo.
Matrix numbers: DTF0-2006-A 1 A1 / DTF0-2006-B 1 A1 (Indianapolis pressing)
Insert: Jukebox strips. A variation that has not been documented until now exists with the jukebox strips. The jukebox strip from the left contains a dark bar on top and one on the bottom. There is no arrow or Sterling Title Strip, Co., Inc. information on top in white background. There is a date 1968 on bottom and in top dark bar.1 The jukebox strips from the right contain no top or bottom bar, no date of 1968, and have added arrows on top with Sterling Title Strip Co., Inc.
In 1973, Bernie Y. Distributors produced 2,500 units intended for jukebox use only. However, 2,000 copies were sold to Paul Lichter’s Elvis Unique Record Club with an initial offering of $5.00 to new club members.2