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'Blue Hawaii' for 'Record Store Day' release on blue vinyl

By: Elvis Australia
Source: www.elvis.com.au
March 26, 2017
Elvis News, Vinyl Records

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For 'Record Store Day' release 2017 and for the very first time in blue vinyl 'Blue Hawaii' in a strictly one pressing, limited & numbered edition of 1.000 copies on 180 Gram Blue Vinyl, featuring album art cover with alternate pictures and vintage back cover advertising.


Blue Hawaii LP

  • 180 Gram Blue Vinyls
  • One Pressing
  • Album Art Cover
  • With Alternate Pictures
  • Limited Edition
  • 1000 Copies
  • Vintage Advertising

'Blue Hawaii' for 'Record Store Day' release on blue vinyl.
'Blue Hawaii' for 'Record Store Day' release on blue vinyl.

For The Very First Time In Blue Vinyl
Strictly Limited & Numbered Edition: 1.000 Copies

Side A

1. Blue Hawaii (Takes 2 & 3)
2. Almost Always True (Takes 4 & 5)
3. Aloha Oe (Master The Surfers + Prise 6 Elvis)
4. No More (Prise 8)
5. Can't Help Falling In Love (Prise 24, Version Film)
6. Rock-a-hula Baby (Takes 2 & 3)
7. Moonlight Swim (Takes 1 & 2)

Side B

8. Ku-u-i-po (Takes 4 & 5)
9. Ito Eats (Takes 4 & 5)
10. Slicin' Sand (Takes 13 & 14)
11 Hawaiian Sunset (Prise 2)
12. Beach Boy Blues (Prise 3, Version Film)
13. Island Of Love (Prise 9)
14. Hawaiian Wedding Song (Prise 1)

'Blue Hawaii' for 'Record Store Day' release on blue vinyl.
'Blue Hawaii' for 'Record Store Day' release on blue vinyl.


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