The master of We're Gonna Move was spliced
from Take 9 (0:00-2:18) and the last three bars
of Take 4 (2:18-2:24), along with the first part
of 'Mens Chorus Remake' and 'Handclaps' overdubs.
We're Gonna Move was originally recorded with the title There's A Leak In This Old Building. On September 27 1956, when overdubs were added to the song, the title of the song was changed to We're Gonna Move (See session logs below).
The master of Poor Boy was spliced as
0:00-1:15 of Take 3 (S-12) = Start to "...that's
enough for me"
0:42-0:59 of Take 3 (S-12) = "They call me
poor boy..." to "...as long as I've
got a dolly like you"
0:59-1:07 of New Third Verse V.O - Take 6 (S-31)
= "Don't have a pig, don't have a cow, don't
have a horse to pull the plough"
1:07-1:41 of Take 3 (S-12) = "But what I've
got is a heart full of lovin' memory..."
Take 3 of Poor Boy in stereo can be found
on 'Jailhouse Rock (Love Me Tender - Combined
Soundtrack)'. It is not the composite stereo master
as stated in 'Sessions III'
The original release of 'Heart & Soul' featured
the stereo master of Love Me Tender, but
on the DSD re-release of that album it contained
the mono master.
The re-recording of Love Me Tender
can found on the 2015 album 'If I Can Dream', which contained Elvis' original vocals but with new backings by The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, and which actually went to number one in the UK album charts.
In March of 2007, Sony decided to go through all of Elvis' masters. They retransferred everything and remastered all tracks including repairing as many clicks, pops, bad edits and dropouts as they could. They have used these newly mastered recordings on their new releases since 2007 including budget soundtracks, 'Legacy' releases, the 30 disc 'Complete Elvis Presley Masters' collection and the Franklin Mint package.