Frankie and Johnny
Petunia, the Gardner’s Daughter
What Every Woman Lives For
Look Out, Broadway
Down By The Riverside / When The Saints Go Marching In
Shout It Out
Please Don’t Stop Loving Me
Everybody Come Aboard
Cover Front: RCA Victor logo top right corner. Catalog number lower left corner. With1 or without Special Bonus sticker.
Cover Back: Catalog numbers for both stereo and mono upper right corner.
Disc: Stereo. Black label, RCA logo is white, other label print is silver. ELVIS In The Original Soundtrack Album “FRANKIE AND JOHNNY” An Edward Small Production Released thru United Artists and Elvis Presley below dog and above spindle hole.
Side 1: SPRS-7388–1S / Side 2: SPRS-7389–1S (Hollywood pressing)
Disc: Stereo. Black label, RCA logo is white, other label print is silver. FRANKIE AND JOHNNY and Elvis Presley below dog and above spindle hole.
Side 1: SPRS-7388–4S A1 / Side 2: SPRS-7389–6S B1 (Rockaway pressing)
Sticker: Sticker announcing the bonus photo.
Bonus Photo: 12×12. Blank back.
There are a handful of printed promotional copies featuring content from the movie Frankie and Johnny.2
Disc: (1977) Black label, dog near top. (Does not exist)
This record does not exist. I have seen platinum3 and gold4 plated display records available online and in at least two cases this 1977 label has presented itself. In both cases, side A. This is here as an interesting side note. There is no logical reason for this label to exist as at this time there only existed at this time ACL-7007 Frankie and Johnny on the Pickwick label and APL1-2559 available in Canada on a tan label.
To identify the inner sleeve that is most appropriate for each release, look at the Inner Sleeves page on this site.
Also released in monaural as LPM-3553 Frankie and Johnny and re-released on Pickwick Records as ACL-7007 Frankie and Johnny in 1976.