All tracks on "Celluloid Rock" have
channels reversed to the same tracks on the "Memory"
release "Elvis Sings Girls! Girls! Girls!",
with Elvis' vocals in either the left or right
channel. A better stereo image with Elvis' vocal
centred, is presented on the same tracks on FTD's
'Girls! Girls! Girls!' soundtrack, 'Double Features'
and 'Out In Hollywood'.
The acetate of Where Do You Come From
on "The Elvis Acetates Volume 2 - Girls!
Girls! Girls!" is spliced from Take 13, and
has the count-in for Take 13 ("One-Three"),
but the line "From some di-stant star..."
(0:37) has been replaced with the same line from
Take 14. This would indicate that Take 13 was
initially to be used as the Master, with a vocal
repair on the line mentioned, from Take 14. I
would assume this idea was abandoned in favour
of Take 14 being finally used as the Master, but
this would also explain why both takes survived
on the Master reel.
The masters of Girls! Girls! Girls!, Return
To Sender and Song Of The Shrimp on
"Celluloid Rock" and "Elvis Sings
Girls! Girls! Girls!" (Memory) have longer
fade outs compared to the same Masters on FTD's
'Girls! Girls! Girls!' soundtrack, 'Double Features
- Kid Galahad / Girls! Girls! Girls!' and 'The
Complete Single Collection'.
Different remixed versions of Return To Sender
can be found on 'Elvis 30 #1 Hits (E1)' and 'Return
Of The Rocker'.
It has been claimed that the late Bobby Keys played saxophone on Return To Sender but these claims are unfounded, with no proof.
In March of 2007 SONY decided to go through all
of Elvis' masters and they retransferred everything,
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 including budget soundtracks,
'Legacy' releases, the 30 disc 'Complete Elvis
Presley Masters' collection and the Franklin Mint