Up for sale is the RARE debut 45 record by Elvis Presley on SUN Records from 1954. I received this from my friends mother who had it in her juke box since the day she bought it back in the 50's. That's All Right/Blue Moon of Kentucky, Sun Records, Catalog #209, debut 45 record! What a great piece of memorabilia!
The holidays are around the corner! Has all three "push" marks. The push marks were the method of aligning the stamper over three pins, which on the final result, looks like "push" mark impressions. And that means, that the impression was made while the disc was still warm when transferred from the stamper to the vinyl. Not all original Sun Records, however, have push marks.
Also comes with a brown sleeve (not sure if that is original or not). This 45 has a slight warp. So slight, I almost didn't notice it.
I played it and it did not skip, repeat or make the needle jump. Plays fine and because it is 64 years old, there is back ground noise as it was played in the juke box. Please see below for the information on this single. That's All Right / Blue Moon of Kentucky. Sun 209 That's All Right / Blue Moon of Kentucky (45).
Credits Elvis Presley on one line, Scotty and Bill on another. Release number at bottom of the label. Here are at least four variations of the Blue Moon of Kentucky side of the label.From left to right, the more notable variations. Wabash Peer far left, 209 on bottom. The second is Peer BMI with upside 209 on left side. The third copy is Peer BMI with 209 on left side. Here are at least four variations of the That's All Right side of the label. Wabash BMI far left, 209 on bottom. The second is Wabash Music Co. BMI on far left, 209 on bottom. The third copy is Wabash, BMI, 209 on far left side. The forth copy is Wabash Music, BMI, and 209 on far left side. Reportedly there are 37 variations of SUN labels. Originally issued in generic brown. In November 1998, Graham Knight rediscovered two Elvis Presley singles he bought in 1968 while in Memphis. The two unmarked, metal plates were bought for just 30 cents.
One plate features "That's All Right Mama" originally released as Sun 209. The other plate "Mystery Train" on Sun 223. The other sides two these records have never been found. This package includes a DVD audio disc, a 100 page book, and a 45 RPM record. The record is "That's All Right Mama" pressed with the metal plate complete with push-marks discovered by Graham Knight.
The other side of the record is blank. Since "That's All Right Mama" is pressed from a metal plate that had been in various states of storage for nearly 50 years, the playback will reflect all the imperfections of the metal plate. Released in 1954 by Sun Records on 78 RPM as That's All Right / Blue Moon of Kentucky.
Released in 1955 by RCA Records on 45 RPM as That's All Right / Blue Moon of Kentucky. Released in 1955 by RCA Records on 78 RPM as That's All Right / Blue Moon of Kentucky. Released in 1959 by RCA Records on 45 RPM as Blue Moon of Kentucky / That's All Right. On the Gold Standard Series label. Please view my photos as they are apart of my description.Also listed in another listing is an original 1955 Elvis SUN 45 of "Mystery Train/I Forgot to Remember to Forget" that I received from the same person. The item "Elvis Presley SUN Records 1954 That's All Right/Blue Moon of Kentucky 45 7 PUSH" is in sale since Thursday, April 11, 2019. This item is in the category "Music\Records". The seller is "vinnicks-dream" and is located in North Port, Florida. This item can be shipped to United States.