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1st Years Collections Jon Tschirgi Jerry Osborne & Bob Catteno Paul Dowling Paul Lichter Europe 1980's

THE FIRST YEARS COLLECTIONS

BL01 "The First Years" HALW Records Cat. # 00001 - $144.00 PayPal

Side A: Biff Collie Interview

Houston, TX. 3/19/55;

There's Good Rockin' Tonight

Baby Let's Play House

Blue Moon Of Kentucky

I've Got A Woman

That's All Right

Elvis Interview (Bob Hoffer, St. Petersburg, Fla., 8/7/56)


Side B: Scotty Moore Tells The Story;

First Meeting

Discovery Of Elvis By Sam Phillips

The First Recording Session

Shows With Starlite Wranglers

On Their Own

Stranded In Shreveport

Grand Ole Opry Appearance

Louisiana Hayride Appearance

HI-LIGHTS: 10,000 copies pressed. Presents for the first time on vinyl the story of early Elvis in the words of Scotty Moore, plus live performances of the King's classic Sun recordings.

"Bootleg Elvis": 530 PRESSING: 1 of 4 (1979)

BL02 "Elvis, Scotty And Bill The First Year" Virgin Records Cat. # KING-1 - $144.00 PayPal

Side A: Scotty Moore Tells The Story;

First Meeting

Discovery Of Elvis By Sam Phillips

The First Recording Session

Shows With Starlite Wranglers

On Their Own

Stranded In Shreveport

Grand Ole Opry Appearance

Louisiana Hayride Appearance


Side B: Houston, TX. 3/19/55;

There's Good Rockin' Tonight

Baby Let's Play House

Blue Moon Of Kentucky

I've Got A Woman

That's All Right

Elvis Interview (Bob Hoffer, St. Petersburg, Fla., 8/7/56)

HI-LIGHTS: Counterfeit version of BL01 by an English bootlegger. The bootleg label bears no relation to the 'Virgin' American record company. It is not included in "Bootleg Elvis"; despite its use of a well-known record label, it is a genuine bootleg.

"Bootleg Elvis": X PRESSING: 1 of 1 (1980)

BL03 "Elvis, Scotty And Bill 1954-1955 The Beginning" Marvenco Records Cat. # L-30024 - $144.00 PayPal


Side A: Scotty Moore Tells The Story;

First Meeting

Discovery Of Elvis By Sam Phillips

The First Recording Session

Shows With Starlite Wranglers

On Their Own

Stranded In Shreveport

Grand Ole Opry Appearance

Louisiana Hayride Appearance


Side B: Houston, TX. 3/19/55;

There's Good Rockin' Tonight

Baby Let's Play House

Blue Moon Of Kentucky

I've Got A Woman

That's All Right

Elvis Interview (Bob Hoffer, St. Petersburg, Fla., 8/7/56)

HI-LIGHTS: Third and final release which, with the approval of Scotty Moore, was finally authorized by RCA (on the USA Marvenco label). Very limited edition available only through TV spots. 3,000 copies were pressed; 2,000 of these on pink vinyl and the remaining 1,000 on black. Includes Booklet & SUN Contract! Of the 3 variations of this release, this is Superior package & sound quality by far!

Although listed here, this is Not a genuine bootleg, and for this reason it does not appear in "Bootleg Elvis"; however, we are listing it here to complete the Elvis, Scotty and Bill "Trilogy".

"Bootleg Elvis": X PRESSING: 1 of 1 (1988)

JON TSCHIRGI (aka. John Wizardo) (CA.)

JT01 "Rock My Soul" ('Elvis Presley At His Rarest'). Teddy Bear Records Cat. # IMP 1108 (Labels; (A) green with black print, (B) Dragonfly artwork) - $124.00 PayPal

Side A

Don't Be Cruel Sept '72 & Sept '56 Ed Sullivan (Erroneously listed Ed Sullivan 1957)

Ready Teddy '56 Ed Sullivan 1957 (Erroneously listed Ed Sullivan 1957)

That's Alright Mama SUN Master 1954 (Erroneously listed Live 1957)

Lead Me, Guide Me March 31, 1972 Gospel Jam RCA, LA, CA. (Erroneously listed Gospel Studio Outtakes 1960)

Rock My Soul March 31, 1972 Gospel Jam RCA, LA, CA. (Erroneously listed Gospel Studio Outtakes 1960)

I John April 5, 1972 Hotel Rehearsal Buffalo, NY. (Erroneously listed Gospel Studio Outtakes 1960)

Separate Ways Alternate Version(Erroneously listed Nothing Left To Do Studio Outtake


Side B

Funny How Time Slips Away April 14, 1972 Greensboro, N.C. (Erroneously listed Live in Richmond, VA.)

American Trilogy April 14, 1972 Greensboro, N.C. (Erroneously listed Live in Richmond, VA.)

Mystery Train '55 SUN Master (Erroneously listed Live 1958)

Interview June 9, 1972 MSG, NY

I Got A Woman April 9, 1972 Hampton Roads, VA. (Erroneously listed Live in Dayton, OH.)

Big Hunk Of Love April 9, 1972 Hampton Roads, VA. (Erroneously listed Live in Dayton, OH.)

You Gave (Game) Me A Mountain April 9, 1972 Hampton Roads, VA. (Erroneously listed Live in Dayton, OH.)


HI-LIGHTS: This KING ELVIS LP features the second pressing on the green 'Dragonfly' Label. Of 19 pressings, this is the only pressing to use this A&B label design. The album art is a 'wrap-around' design using a Elvis publicity still from 1969 "The Trouble With Girls". The album presents a fantastic compilation of studio, rehearsal and live songs, recorded between 1954 and 1972, complete with interview! Although the back cover states "free poster inside", it was only with the 1st pressing.


"Bootleg Elvis": 783 PRESSING: 6 of 19 (1976)

JERRY OSBORNE (WA.) & BOB CATTENO (CA.)

JO01 "Elvis The Entertainer, 1954-1976" (Blue Cover) Rooster Records Cat. # RLP-501 - $144.00 PayPal

Side A

That's All Right

Blue Moon Of Kentucky

Tweedle Dee

Flip, Flop And Fly

Good Rockin' Tonight

Baby Let's Play House

I Got A Woman

Blue Moon Of Kentucky

That's All Right


Side B

Polk Salad Annie

Kentucky Rain

I Got A Woman

Don't Cry Daddy

It's Your Baby, You Rock It

Don't Think Twice, It's All Right

Wooden Heart / Young And Beautiful

What Now My Love

Folsom Prison Blues / I Walk The Line

Return To Sender


HI-LIGHTS: Although "ERR" would never dispute that Paul "Balls" Dowling was, is, and always will be King of the Bootleggers, he however, in ERR's

humble opinion, did not do the definitive Elvis Boot of All Boots. Based on material and song content, we believe that honor goes to, "Elvis The

Entertainer." This album is unique in that it contains material spanning nearly the King's entire career, of which every single song is outstanding. It

contains alternate arrangements of "Polk Salad Annie" and "Kentucky Rain" so definitive they must be heard in order to be believed, and the first live

release of "Don't Cry Daddy". It was released originally with this blue cover by a California bootlegger, and then reissued with the orange cover (next).


"Bootleg Elvis": 505 PRESSING: 1 of 7 (1978)

JO02 "Elvis The Entertainer, 1954-1976" (Orange Cover) Rooster Records Cat. # RLP-501 - $174.00 PayPal

Side A

That's All Right

Blue Moon Of Kentucky

Tweedle Dee

Flip, Flop And Fly

Good Rockin' Tonight

Baby Let's Play House

I Got A Woman

Blue Moon Of Kentucky

That's All Right


Side B

Polk Salad Annie

Kentucky Rain

I Got A Woman

Don't Cry Daddy

It's Your Baby, You Rock It

Don't Think Twice, It's All Right

Wooden Heart / Young And Beautiful

What Now My Love

Folsom Prison Blues / I Walk The Line

Return To Sender


HI-LIGHTS: This re-issue of the greatest King Elvis bootleg of all time, based on song content, was produced by the California bootlegger and

renowned Elvis fan "Boppin' Bob Catteno. Please note that this is actually the first pressing of the orange cover, although it does not appear so in

"Bootleg Elvis" due to the fact that the title and content remained unchanged.


"Bootleg Elvis": 508 PRESSING: 4 of 7* (First with orange cover) (1979)

PAUL LICHTER / Elvis Unique Record Club 'EURC' (PA/AZ)


Selling 'EURC' 7" & 12" SET ONLY! Mint/UnPlayed Condition Unless Otherwise Noted! Entertaining ALL 'Reasonable' Offers...


PL01 "The Monologue LP" Bullet Records. Cat. # DW SD

Side A


The King Talks About His Career (Live, Las Vegas, NV, 8/69)

Jailhouse Rock / Don't Be Cruel (Live, Las Vegas, NV, 8/69)

Memories (Live, Las Vegas, NV, 8/69)

Lawdy, Miss Clawdy (Live, Hampton Roads, VA, 4/9/72)

Until It's Time For You To Go (Live, San Antonio, TX, 4/18/72)

Oh, Happy Day (Live, Las Vegas, NV, 8/14/70)

Sweet Inspiration (Live, Las Vegas, NV, 8/20/70)

More (Live, Las Vegas, NV, 8/20/70)


Side B

Hey Jude (Live, Las Vegas, NV, 8/69)

What Now My Love (Live, Las Vegas, NV, 2/73)

Are You Laughing Tonight (Live, Las Vegas, NV, 8/26/69)

I, John (Live, Stateline, NV, 7/71)

Baby What You Want Me To Do (Live, Las Vegas, NV, 8/69)

I'm Leavin' (Live, Las Vegas, NV, 8/71)

What'd I Say (Live, Las Vegas, NV, 8/69)


HI-LIGHTS: One of first 5 bootlegs ever (1973). First album to feature Elvis performing "More", "Oh Happy Day", "Sweet Inspiration" and

the now-infamous "Are You Laughing Tonight." Alternate spoken version of "What Now My Love".


"Bootleg Elvis": 705 PRESSING: 1 of 4

PL02 "Paul Lichter's Elvis Memories Are Forever" Memphis Flash Records. Cat. # JL-12645

Side A


Interviews (Electronically edited snippets with Paul Lichter asking the questions)

The Texarkana Interview (Bob Neal, WMPS-FM, Memphis, TN, 8/31/55)

Interviews (Electronically edited snippets)

Ed Sullivan Show (1956-57; talking excerpts only)

Newsreels (1958-60)


Side B

Frank Sinatra Show Montage (1960)

It Happened At The World's Fair (1963 radio spot)

Follow That Dream (1962 radio spot)

Speedway (1968 radio spot)

Blue Hawaii (1961 radio spot)

Harum Scarum (1965 radio spot)

Viva Las Vegas (1964 radio spot)

Paul Lichter's Comments (1978 tribute)

That's The Way It Is (1970 radio spot)

Elvis On Tour (1972 radio spot)

Madison Square Garden Press Conference (electronically edited version of 6/9/72 interview)

Paul Lichter's Comments (1978 tribute)

Elvis' Acceptance Speech (1/19/72, Jaycee award)


HI-LIGHTS: Features radio spots released here for the first and only time. It is noteworthy that this record was the impetus for legal action

against Elvis bootlegging.


"Bootleg Elvis": 694 PRESSING: 1 of 1

PL03 "Elvis Presley, Forever Young, Forever Beautiful" (Sealed) Memphis Flash Cat.#JL92447

Side A

Dialogue

I Understand

Dialogue

Happy Happy Birthday Baby

Dialogue

I Can't Help It If I'm Still In Love With You

Dialogue

Who's Sorry Now

Dialogue

Who's Sorry Now

Dialogue

Happy Happy Birthday Baby


Side B

Happy Happy Birthday Baby

Dialogue

Happy Happy Birthday Baby

Dialogue

Happy Happy Birthday Baby

Dialogue

Happy Happy Birthday Baby

Dialogue

Happy Happy Birthday Baby

Dialogue

Tumbling Tumbleweeds

Don't You Know I Love You

Dialogue

Tomorrow Night

Dialogue

Little Darlin'

Dialogue

Just A Closer Walk With Thee

**All private home recordings, Waco, TX, 5/17/58.**


HI-LIGHTS: This album was likewise subject to anti-bootlegging legal action. The front cover shows a painting, rather than a picture, of

Elvis in an effort to avoid copyright infringement. After all copies were confiscated by RCA, many were sold through the U.S. Post Office with no original covers and a generic white sleeve. This album was the first to feature Elvis in a relaxed home environment, jamming at the

piano with friends, giving us such classics as "Happy Happy Birthday Baby", "Just A Closer Walk With Thee" and "Who's Sorry Now".

What was once considered unreleasable, unprofessional material, such as these home recordings, actually became the precedent of what

was to come by RCA many years after the King's death.


"Bootleg Elvis": 535 PRESSING: 1 of 2

PL04 "Elvis My Life" Memphis Flash Records, Cat. # 92444-A. Gatefold Double EP Picture Disc! Limited Edition #774

Side A


Interviews (Electronically edited snippets with Paul Lichter asking the questions)

The Texarkana Interview (Bob Neal, WMPS-FM, Memphis, TN, 8/31/55)

Interviews (Electronically edited snippets)


Side B

Ed Sullivan Show (1956-57; talking excerpts only)

Newsreels (1958-60)


Side C

Frank Sinatra Show Montage (1960)

It Happened At The World's Fair (1963 radio spot)

Follow That Dream (1962 radio spot)

Speedway (1968 radio spot)

Blue Hawaii (1961 radio spot)

Harum Scarum (1965 radio spot)

Viva Las Vegas (1964 radio spot)


Side D

Paul Lichter's Comments (1978 tribute)

That's The Way It Is (1970 radio spot)

Elvis On Tour (1972 radio spot)

Madison Square Garden Press Conference (electronically edited version of 6/9/72 interview)

Paul Lichter's Comments (1978 tribute)

Elvis' Acceptance Speech (1/19/72, Jaycee award)


HI-LIGHTS: This was the first Elvis double picture disc set ever released. The gatefold EP picture disc features die-cut covers and 4 various

1970's King pictures. Numbered edition 774 of 3,000. To avoid RCA prosecution, the set contains no music. 1955-1978 spoken word (interviews, radio spots, etc.).


"Bootleg Elvis": PRESSING: 1 of 2

EUROPE 1980's

EU01 "Elvis Presley Through The Years" Flits Records. Cat. # EP-01 - $124.00 PayPal

Side A

I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry (Live, Honolulu, HI, 1/12/73)

If I Were You (Studio, undubbed take 9, Memphis, TN, 6/8/70)

Jailhouse Rock (Take 5 for movie, Hollywood, CA, 4/30/57)

I Beg Of You (Studio, take 12, Hollywood, CA, 1/13/57)

Spanish Eyes (Live, Las Vegas, NV, 2/7/74)

It Hurts Me (NBC Studios, Burbank, CA, 6/20/68 - 6/23/68)

Mary In The Morning (Rehearsal, Las Vegas, NV, 8/7/70)

No More (Takes 2 and 7 for Blue Hawaii, Hollywood, CA, 3/21/61)

Ku-u-i-po (Take 1 for Blue Hawaii, Hollywood, CA, 3/21/61)

Hawaiian Sunset (Take 1 for Blue Hawaii, Hollywood, CA, 3/21/61)


Side B

This Is My Heaven / Drums Of The Islands (Original soundtrack for Paradise Hawaiian Style, Hollywood, CA, 8/2/65)

Return To Sender (Live, Stateline, NV, 5/9/76)

Moonlight Swim (Takes 1 and 2 for Blue Hawaii, Hollywood, CA, 3/22/61)

Slicin' Sand (Takes 15, 16 and 17 for Blue Hawaii, Hollywood, CA, 3/21/61)

A Dog's Life (Take 8 for Paradise Hawaiian Style, Hollywood, CA, 8/4/65)

Faded Love (Studio, Take 1, Nashville, TN, 6/7/70)

I Washed My Hands In Muddy Water (Studio jam, unedited take 1, Nashville, TN, 6/7/70)

My Way (Live, Honolulu, HI, 1/12/73)


HI-LIGHTS: This KING ELVIS LP is marked by an unusual "Kaleidoscope" artwork image on its cover, and contains a large variation of rare

live and studio material. The selection of rare 1970's gems is highlighted by an unusual 1974 rendition of "Spanish Eyes". This LP also

includes numerous studio outtakes and alternate versions!


"Bootleg Elvis": 868 PRESSING: 1 of 2 (1985)

EU02 "Elvis, The Rock And Roll Star-The Real Rare Album" Aaron Records. Cat. # RON-19 - $124.00 PayPal

Side A

Stop Where You Are (Studio, 8/3/65)

Lover Doll (Studio, take 7, 1/16/58)

Can't Help Falling In Love (Studio, take 23, 3/23/61)

U. S. Male (Studio, take 7, 1/17/68)

Datin' (Studio, takes 10 and 11, 8/4/65)

Are You Lonesome Tonight (Studio, master take 2, 4/4/60)

Blue Suede Shoes (not Elvis)

Heartbreak Hotel (Live, Dorsey Show, 2/11/56)

Long Lonely Highway (Studio, album master take 2, 5/27/63)

I'll Be Back (Original Spinout soundtrack, take 1, 2/17/66)


Side B

Leaving It All Up To You (Rehearsal, Las Vegas, NV, 1/25/73)

Patch It Up (Studio, unedited, undubbed master, take 8, 6/8/70)

Mary In The Morning (Studio, undubbed master, take 5, 6/5/70)

Separate Ways (Rehearsal with overdubbed applause, 3/30/72)

Proud Mary (Live master, 6/10/72)

Dirty Dirty Feeling (Studio, master take 4, 4/4/60)

Long Lonely Highway (Studio, single master take 1, 5/27/63)


HI-LIGHTS: This KING ELVIS LP features a large variation of rare concert performances and studio material. This eclectic compilation of

career-spanning ELVIS gems includes a number of raw master acetate versions, alternate studio outtakes, and rare live renditions.


"Bootleg Elvis": 753 PRESSING: 1 of 1 (1987)

EU03 "Elvis Unreleased Tracks" Tonto Records. Cat. # TS-1000 - $144.00 PayPal

Side A

True Love Travels On A Gravel Road (Rehearsal, Las Vegas, NV, 8/3/72)

True Love Travels On A Gravel Road (Rehearsal, Las Vegas, NV, 8/3/72)

Portrait Of My Love (Rehearsal, Las Vegas, NV, 8/3/72)

You Don't Have To Say You Love Me (Rehearsal, Las Vegas, NV, 8/3/72)

Any Day Now (Rehearsal, Las Vegas, NV, 8/2/72)

My Way (Rehearsal, Las Vegas, NV, 8/2/72)

You Don't Know Me (Movie master from Clambake, Hollywood, CA, 9/11/67)


Side B

Faded Love (Live, Las Vegas, NV, 8/73)

Good Time Charlie's Got The Blues (Live, Las Vegas, NV, 8/19/74)

Turn Around Look At Me (Live, Asheville, NC, 7/23/75)

When My Blue Moon Turns To Gold Again (Live, Las Vegas, NV, 12/10/75)

You Can Have Her (Live, Inglewood, CA, 5/11/74)

Blue Christmas (Live, Las Vegas, NV, 12/76)

Susie Q (Live, 7/20/75)

Blueberry Hill (Live, Las Vegas, NV, 8/70)


HI-LIGHTS: Album art features a close-up from the 1972 Madison Square Garden Press Conference, and a still from "Stay Away Joe" on

the back. With the exception of "You Don't Know Me", an original movie soundtrack, all material is from showroom rehearsals at the Las

Vegas Hilton. The inclusion of "Portrait Of My Love", a song Elvis never performed live, is notable, as is the rare one-off performance of

"Suzy Q" from a Virginia matinee.


"Bootleg Elvis": 895 PRESSING: 1 of 5 (1984)

EU04 "Welcome Home Elvis" Memphis Flag Records. Cat. # 8500 - $124.00 PayPal

Side A

Radio Spot Announcement (for Frankie and Johnny, 1966)

AFN Frankfurt Interview (3/1/60)

Introducing The Frank Sinatra Show

Fame And Fortune (Live, Miami, FL, 3/26/60)

Stuck On You (Live, Miami, FL, 3/26/60)

Witchcraft / Love Me Tender (Live, Miami, FL, 3/26/60)

Play House With You (Live, Louisiana Hayride, Shreveport, LA, 8/20/55)

Maybelline (Live, Louisiana Hayride, Shreveport, LA, 8/20/55)

This Is My Heaven / Drums Of The Islands (Original soundtrack from Paradise Hawaiian Style, 8/2/65)


Side B

You Don't Know Me (Movie master from Clambake, 9/11/67)

Faded Love (Live, Las Vegas, NV, 8/7/73)

Blueberry Hill (Live, Las Vegas, NV, 8/14/70)

Johnny B. Goode (Live, Portland, OR, 11/11/70)

Fats Domino Hill (Live, Portland, OR, 11/11/70)

Stop Where You Are (Original soundtrack from Paradise Hawaiian Style, 8/3/65)

AFN Frankfurt Radio Interview (3/1/60)


HI-LIGHTS: A cut-out full color portrait of Elvis, taken for "Jailhouse Rock", graces the front cover. Record consists of interviews,

statements, live and television appearances and soundtrack recordings spanning 1955 through 1973.


"Bootleg Elvis": 909 PRESSING: 1 of 1 (1985)

EU05 "Louisiana Hayride" NCB Records. NR-8973 - $124.00 PayPal

Side A

First Meeting (by Bob Neal)

Stranded In Shreveport (by Scotty Moore)

Louisiana Hayride Theme (by The Hayride Gang)

Louisiana Hayride Appearance (by Scotty Moore)

Fancy Pants (by Floyd Cramer and Jimmy Day)

Beginning And First Appearance (by Frank Page)

That's All Right Mama (Live, Shreveport, LA, 10/16/54)

Blue Moon Of Kentucky (Live, Shreveport, LA, 10/16/54)

Reaction Of First Appearance (by Frank Page)

How He Became Drummer (by D. J. Fontana)

Louisiana Hayride Tours (by Frank Page)

Tweedle Dee (Live, Gladewater, TX, 4/30/55)


Side B

Tours In The South (by David Kent)

Baby Let's Play House (Live, Shreveport, LA, 8/20/55)

Maybelline (Live, Shreveport, LA, 8/20/55)

That's All Right Mama (Live, Shreveport, LA, 8/20/55)

Greatest Moment (by Frank Page)

Love Me Tender (Live, Shreveport, LA, 12/15/56)

I Was The One (Live, Shreveport, LA, 12/15/56)

Hound Dog (Live, Shreveport, LA, 12/15/56)

View Of Elvis (by David Kent)

Hayride Rag (by The Hayride Gang)

Interview Following Last Appearance (Wichita Falls, TX, 4/9/56)

Losing Elvis (by Bob Neal)

Private Presley (by Jonas Bridges)


HI-LIGHTS: Front cover is from Elvis' final Hayride appearance in December 1955. Bottom right corner shows small advertisement

promoting the show. Presented like a radio show, this compilation consists of reflections, interviews and live performances from the

legendary Louisiana Hayride.


"Bootleg Elvis": 678 PRESSING: 1 of 1

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