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Elvis Presley - My Happiness / That's When Your Heartaches Begin FLAC

Singer:

Elvis Presley

Album:

My Happiness / That's When Your Heartaches Begin

Genre:

Rock music / Pop music

FLAC album size:

1475 mb

MP3 album size:

1557 mb

WMA album size:

1117 mb

Other music formats:

AA MMF VOX VOC MPC AC3 AUD

Rating:

4.4 ✱

Style:

Rock & Roll, Ballad

Country:

US

Date of release:

2015

Elvis Presley - My Happiness / That's When Your Heartaches Begin FLAC


Elvis Presley - My Happiness / That's When Your Heartaches Begin FLAC

Tracklist

My Happiness 2:32
That's When Your Heartaches Begin 2:48

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
TMR 307, 173 Elvis Presley My Happiness / That's When Your Heartaches Begin ‎(7", RE) Third Man Records, Sun TMR 307, 173 US 2015
TMR-306 Elvis Presley My Happiness / That's When Your Heartaches Begin ‎(10", Ltd) Third Man Records TMR-306 US 2015
TMR307 Elvis Presley My Happiness / That's When Your Heartaches Begin ‎(7", RE) Third Man Records TMR307 US 2015
none Elvis Presley My Happiness / That's When Your Heartaches Begin ‎(10") Not On Label none Unknown
ACETATE 001 Elvis Presley My Happiness / That's When Your Heartaches Begin ‎(10", Ltd, RE) Not On Label ACETATE 001 Unknown
ACETATE 001 Elvis Presley My Happiness / That's When Your Heartaches Begin ‎(10", Ltd, RE, Yel) Memphis Recording Service ACETATE 001 US Unknown
none Elvis Presley My Happiness ‎(10", Ltd, RE) Sun Record Company none US Unknown
none Elvis Presley My Happiness ‎(10", Ltd, RE, Yel) Sun Record Company none US Unknown

Arith
My Happiness was also released in Sweden.as one sided 45rpm vinyl for Tidskriften Elvis 1991 ..1000 singels where released and off them it was 500 numbered,,
Error parents
According to the TMR catalog: the number pressed is undisclosed. http://thirdmanrecords.com/about/catalog/I think there are WAY more than 500 copies pressed.
Molace
830 people have it on this site alone . .
Pameala
Third Man continues to produce great vinyl, but they should really be honest about how many they press, this is the one aspect that I don't like about the company. What would it hurt to be honest about their numbers?
Deodorant for your language
Silent Bob has spoken!
Fordredor
I'm aware you need a special stylist to play original 78's, is this the case with this release? I was never certain if it due to the speed or the fact 78's were made out of a different material, or both. Since this is pressed on vinyl and not lacquer as long as my turntable supports 78rpm would I be fine playing it without a 78rpm dedicated stylus?
MrCat
The grooves are microgroove. Use a regular stylus.
Nuadazius
I've read in a few places that the grooves on this are microgroove, so it's not the typical 78 rpm record. Can anyone confirm or deny this?
Araath
Most importantly the different stylus is needed because the grooves on a 78 are wider and track differently for playback than with a standard microgroove LP. Simply playing it at the wrong speed with the proper stylus won't hurt the record, but using a microgroove stylus will drop to the bottom of a 78 groove, not tracking the walls of the groove and potentially causing groove damage.
Whatever
I believe Suppose to be LIMITED TO 500 releases on this item.
Topmen
Here are some sources that back this up for whoever edits these entries: - http://www.latimes.com/entertainment/music/posts/la-et-ms-record-store-day-2015-10-records-buy-20150417-column.html- http://www.telegraph.co.uk/culture/music/11539638/Record-Store-Day-2015-the-10-must-buy-collectors-items.html
Fohuginn
Anyone know how many were pressed?
fetish
I believe Suppose to be LIMITED TO 500 releases on this item.
Dibei
I realize everyone's miffed at the markup, and, perhaps they're not wrong, it is $40 for a 10" that they could have easily made more of, but I like to think it has one of the most interesting packages I have in my collection. The label and sleeve are convincing from a distance, and satisfying close-up/hands on. Moreover, they somehow duplicated the scratches on the acetate without - seemingly - affecting the sound quality. I realize it's hard to tell, but the grooves look so clean I don't suspect it has. On that note, listening past the crackles, it sounds fantastic. I have a few things in my collection that make me think the artist are standing behind the speakers, but the effect is exceedingly convincing here. Can't wait to hear the restored audio, if pressed/made as well as this is. My only irk with this record is perhaps that there is now way to see the upside-down Prisonaires label.P.S. Thank you, Jack White III, for following the RIAA curve with a microgroove stylus - I didn't want to be able to not play this…
Lucam
I just checked mine, and, not only does it not come off, but I can hardly feel the transition from paper to vinyl...
Styphe
One of my labels does actually peel up (without damaging the vinyl) I thought this was part of the replication. Is this not true for all copies? I will add a picture when I get a chance.
Bu
Perhaps, I can see why that might be disappointing, but, once again, I'm glad I can play it.
black coffe
So that's a replica from the outside look, but not on the technical side ? Damn that's not a shellac replica if there is RIAA curve :/
Alsalar
If it's un-played it should be graded as Mint regardless of the "scratches" and surface noise. They're supposed to be there. That copy bill.beyea has is awesome. I have 2 on the way and I hope at least one's like that. The rarer the better, right?
Dordred
For anyone who doesn't already know, this recording was cut from the original acetate and was not processed to clean up the surface noise, pops, and hiss. So it's suppose to sound bad. Also, due to the processing of the noise and scratches, the record will have the appearance of a few scratches and marks. Since they are part of the "music" they are also reflected in the grooves and show as a scratch on the record. That aside, it's really nice to hear Elvis while he was still young and before he became famous. If anyone has figured out how to grade this record, please let me know.
Gaua
I mean 1500.
Gavinrage
I apologize. It was the "Elvis Sings" release that's limited to 500. Would REALLY like to know how many of these there are. And I also hope to get one of the misprints.
Groll
I've read a couple of places (including the notes on this page that it was limited to 500 copies. But I don't think Third Man has confirmed the actual number.
Undeyn
Does anyone know how many were pressed?
Downloaded
My copy has the b-side label on both sides. Seems to be a mis-press.
Painbrand
You should add the miss-press to the database. Would be cool to see how many people say they got one like that.
Zololmaran
Mine also has the b-side lable on both sides.
Orevise
Yes, cool release indeed. I don't believe my turntable plays 78's, but not like I'd play it any way.
Nanecele
This is what Record Store Day is about. Not the goddamn reissues of singles that have been pressed 10 times beforehand, but now it's on another colour that you don't have yet and being sold on eBay...
Bele
well said!

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