Baby, If You’ll Give Me All Of Your Love
Could I Fall In Love
Long Legged Girl (With A Short Dress On)
City By Night
I Love Only One Girl
There Is So Much World To See
It Won’t Be Long
What Now, What Next, Where To
Cover Front: RCA Victor logo top right corner. Catalog number upper right corner. “Double Trouble / Special Bonus Full Color Photo of Elvis Inside This Album …” (mockup) in boxes.
Cover Back: No catalog number on back. RCA Victor logo upper right corner. Library of Congress info lower left corner. Copyright info lower right corner. “Double Trouble / Special Bonus Full Color Photo of Elvis Inside This Album …” in boxes.
Cover Front: RCA Victor logo top right corner. Catalog number upper right corner. “Double Trouble / Trouble Double” in boxes. May be found with a generic sticker affixed to the shrinkwrap.1
Cover Back: No catalog number on back. RCA Victor logo upper right corner. Library of Congress info lower left corner. Copyright info lower right corner. “Double Trouble / Trouble Double” in boxes.
A copy has been found with a white sticker with red print that measures 5″ x 3 7/16″ in size. This sticker is affixed to the shrinkwrap. Due to its size and the obtrusive nature of its positioning on the cover, it would be difficult to image that many of these stickers survived. The example, as seen in the latest Presleyana VII book, on this site is a combination of a couple of pictures, however, quite accurate. It is a generic sticker which may be found on other records by other artists reads:
SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT TO RECORD BUYERS: This record is no longer available in mono. Improved recording methods and improved players make it practical to play stereo records on regular mono hi-fi phonographs. Recognizing this fact, most major record companies recently began issuing new releases in stereo only, or in limited mono quantities. THIS STEREO RECORD — WHICH COSTS NO MORE THAN MONO — IS GUARANTEED TO PLAY ON YOUR MONO PHONOGRAPH WITH COMPLETE SATISFACTION. If the pick-up cartridge on your phonograph is over 5 years old we recommend it be checked to assure longest life for stereo records.
Disc: (1967) Stereo. Black label, RCA logo is white, other label print is silver.
Side 1: UPRS-3945–1S A1 / Side 2: UPRS-3946–1S A3 (Indianapolis pressing)2
Side 1: UPRS-3945–2S / Side 2: UPRS-3946–2S (Hollywood pressing)
Side 1: UPRS-3945–2S / Side 2: UPRS-3946–5S (Hollywood pressing)3
Side 1: UPRS-3945 3S B1 / Side 2: UPRS-3946 3S A1 (Rockaway pressing)
Side 1: UPRS-3945 7S A4 / Side 2: UPRS-3946 1S A3 (Indianapolis pressing)
Disc: (1968) Orange label. Rigid vinyl.
Side 1: UPRS-3945 3S B1 / Side 2: UPRS-3946 3S A2 (Rockaway pressing)
Side 1: UPRS-3945 7S A5 / Side 2: UPRS-3946 7S A6 (Indianapolis pressing)
As rare as this release is as an orange label, it is confirmed that this it was at least pressed at both the Rockaway and Indianapolis pressing plants.
Disc: (1968) Orange label. Rigid label with 2″ ring like the rigid vinyl, however flexible vinyl.4
Side 1: UPRS-3945 3S / Side 2: UPRS-3946 3S (Rockaway pressing)4
As if the orange label is rare enough. Considered to be the rarest among all orange labels, second only to the orange label, It Happened at the World’s Fair. This copy resembles the rigid vinyl label, however, is very flexible. It sold on eBay for $399.99 plus shipping on March 24, 2014.
9X7 photo of Elvis with the Elvis catalog on back.
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-3787 Double Trouble and re-released in 1977 as APL1-2564 Double Trouble.
This store banner features Elvis’ New Album Double Trouble. Ask for the 1967 Elvis Presley Four-Color Catalog. RCA Victor. It features the original monaural cover.