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The Original Tape of Elvis Presley's First Studio Recording was found in a box simply
marked "Elvis." On the tape rare and never before revealed conversations between
Elvis, the late Sam Phillips, and Elvis guitarist Scotty Moore are heard as they laid
down the tracks of songs destined to be some of Elvis' biggest hits. That's all right.
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If you thought Elvis was dying you are wrong. Again Elvis Lives ! A rare tape of the early Sun Session with
Elvis Presley was discovered at a Sheriff's auction. Salvaged from an old -Nashville- Tennesse warehouse
where it was stored for decades, the tape which is said to have been under water was wound and stored on a
ten inch reel on a wooden hub and was kept in a box that simply said "Elvis." The originial recording was so
extremely fragile it could only be played once. During the one playback the recording was transferred and
saved to digital formats. A select group of members of the Press were invited to hear the recording.
At Nola Studios on 57th
Street in Manhattan,
New York City.
captured moment
by Richard Renda

THE CUTTING OF
THE TAPE
The Original ... Tape of Elvis Presley's 1st Studio Recording.
The original Tape.
Up close and
personal.
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