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September 23 1970 (Overdub)
(+ means you need both    ~ means same material    °° means stereo or binaural    ° means mono)
(SFS = Short False Start | FS = False Start | LFS or BD (Breakdown) = Long False Start | PB (Playback) or Complete = Complete Take)

RCA Studio B - Nashville, Tennessee
Producer: Felton Jarvis
Engineer: Al Pachucki

Musicians:   Backup Vocals:
David Briggs ('Rags To Riches') The Imperials: Terry Blackwood; Roger Wiles; Jimmie Murray; Armond

Snowbird (overdub)
ZPA4 1797
  September 23 1970 (Wed)

Where Did They Go, Lord (overdub)
ZPA4 1798
  September 23 1970 (Wed)

Rags To Riches (overdub)
ZPA4 1800
  September 23 1970 (Wed)


The backup vocals were removed on 'Snowbird' before release.

Take 3 of 'Rags To Riches' on Essential Elvis Volume 4 is edited (mixed) to take out Elvis' falsetto voice at the end of the take. Take 3 is complete on FTD's Love Letters From Elvis classic album, but strangely it also contains backup vocal overdubs on this release too. It seems Take 3 must have been considered to be the master originally, and was overdubbed, before it was decided to use Take 4 spliced with the line "tell me you're mine ever more..." from Take 3 as the master.