How Great Thou Art / His Hand In Mine 

Modified: May 7, 2012

         Release: RCA Victor 74-0130 How Great Thou Art / His Hand In Mine (45)
              Artist: Elvis Presley
Release Date: 3/25/1969

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Cover: picture sleeve front and back.

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Disc: Yellow label, NOT FOR SALE. The with and the are not capitalized in with the Jordanaires. Layout on right side has ASCAP on line by itself. On the How Great Thou Art side, the "and" in the credits is on the same line as with the Jordanaires.1

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Disc: Yellow label, NOT FOR SALE. No STEREO on right side of the His Hand In Mine side. The with and the are capitalized in With The Jordanaires. Layout on right side has Inc., ASCAP on line together. STEREO on left side of the How Great Thou Art side. On the How Great Thou Art side, the "and" in the credits is on the same line as The Imperials Quartet.2

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Disc: (3/1969)3 Orange label. No STEREO on right side of the His Hand In Mine side. The with and the are capitalized in With The Jordanaires. Layout on right side has Inc., ASCAP on line together. STEREO on left side of the How Great Thou Art side. On the How Great Thou Art side, the "and" in the credits is on the same line as The Imperials Quartet.
Matrix numbers: L2WA-0374--3S/TPKS-0909--3S

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Disc: Orange label. STEREO on right side on both sides. The with and the are not capitalized in with the Jordanaires. Layout on right side has ASCAP on line by itself. On the How Great Thou Art side, the "and" in the credits is on the same line as with the Jordanaires.

Although the STEREO designation is printed on one side or the other, the matrix numbers indicate that both sides are stereo. L2WA - The A indicates stereo 7" 45 R.P.M. / TPKS - The K indicates 7" 45 R.P.M. and the S stereo

Re-released by RCA Records on 45 RPM as How Great Thou Art / His Hand In Mine on the Gold Standard Series label.

  1. Images are from a collection of Internet images that date back to 1998.
  2. Images courtesy of Boija, John. "First pressings of US Elvis Presley 45 rpm singles." John Boija's Home Page. 11 January, 2011.
  3. Date from Elvis Presley Taking Care Of Business. "BiogrDiscography." 4 February 2011.