Milkcow Blues Boogie / You're A Heartbreaker 

Modified: May 31, 2014

         Release: Sun 215 Milkcow Blues Boogie / You're A Heartbreaker (45)
              Artist: Elvis Presley
Release Date: 12/28/1954

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Disc: (12/1954)1. Yellow label, SUN. Credits Elvis Presley on one line, Scotty and Bill on another. Release number on bottom of the label.2
Matrix numbers: U-140-45-72 / U-141-45-72 (machine stamped)

sun 215 45 side1 solid small Milkcow Blues Boogie / Youre A Heartbreaker (Elvis Presley)sun 215 45 side2 solid small Milkcow Blues Boogie / Youre A Heartbreaker (Elvis Presley)

Disc: (12/1954)1. Yellow label, SUN. Credits Elvis Presley on one line, Scotty and Bill on another. Release number on bottom of the label. Solid core, spindle hole size for LP. 4
Matrix numbers: U-140-45-72 / U-141-45-72 (hand etched)

This is a unique example of an already rare record. The center core was not pushed out. Another unique aspect of this record is that the labels are on the opposite side of their respective side. A look at the hand-etched trail-off area will confirm that the catalog numbers do match those to the label. This copy was offered by Heritage Auctions, however did not meet the reserve.

Sleeve: Originally issued in generic brown.

Released in 1954 by Sun Records on 78 RPM as Milkcow Blues Boogie / You're A Heartbreaker.
Released in 1955 by RCA Records on 45 RPM as Milkcow Blues Boogie / You're A Heartbreaker.
Released in 1955 by RCA Records on 78 RPM as Milkcow Blues Boogie / You're A Heartbreaker.
Released in 1959 by RCA Records on 45 RPM as Milkcow Blues Boogie / You're A Heartbreaker on the Gold Standard Series label.

  1. Date from "Sun Record Company." 4 February, 2011.
  2. Images are from a collection of Internet images that date back to 1998.
  3. Date from "Sun Record Company." 4 February, 2011.
  4. Images from Heritage Auctions 46420 (April 27, 2014)