PR-101 Got A Lot O' Livin' To Do! 

Modified: May 29, 2013

         Release: Pirate Records PR-101 Got A Lot O' Livin' To Do! (LP)
              Artist: Elvis Presley
Release Date: 1976

Track Listings: (click here to expand / collapse)

Side 1

JAILHOUSE ROCK SOUNDTRACK - 23:00
Young & Beautiful
I Wanna Be Free
Young & Beautiful
Don't Leave Me Now
Treat Me Nice
Jailhouse Rock
Baby I Don't Care
Young & Beautiful

Dick Clark Interviews - 7:001
- Friday, January 8, 1960
- Wednesday, August 5, 1959
Note: These are two of three interviews with Dick Clark on
American Bandstand on ABC-TV and Elvis Presley in Friedberg, Germany. The other is Wednesday, February 4, 1959 (4:27).

Side 2

LOVING YOU SOUNDTRACK - 23:00
Loving You (fast version)
Got A Lot O' Livin' To Do
Party
Party / Teddy Bear / Lot O' Livin' / Hot Dog
Lonesome Cowboy
Hot Dog
Mean Woman Blues
Teddy Bear
Loving You (slow)
Got A Lot O' Livin' To Do

Vancouver, Canada - Sept. 1, 1957 - "Live" - Excerpts Only - 5:00
Heartbreak Hotel
I Was the One
I Got a Woman
That's When Your Heartaches Begin

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Cover Front: Red background. Image of Elvis on stage. Catalog number upper right corner.
Cover Back: Song titles across top. Two pictures of Elvis. A note from "The Pirate". Made in Malaysia lower left corner. Ghost Production, Inc. lower right corner.

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Disc: Red label.

Matrix numbers
Side 1: PR-101-A-RE-1 (hand etched)
Side 2: PR-101-B (hand etched)

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Inner Sleeve
Pictures six other Elvis albums. The other side is a blank back.

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Advertisement2
A one page advertisement Elvis - At His Rockin' Best!!!!! Got A Lot o'Livin' To Do! The advertisement from the left shows no price and 75 cents postage and the advertisement from the right shows $9.00 per copy plus 80 cents postage, packing, and insurance.

This and other advertisements were sent out by Vic Colonna just days before August 16, 1977.

  1. Details provided by drjohncarpenter of FECC.
  2. Image courtesy of "Bootleg Elvis" 13 July 2011.