Except for Masters and Alternate Masters - all
original 4-Track tapes are lost.
"Celluloid Rock vol. 2" (Cool Romeo)
has a binaural mix used for the Masters taken
from the 4-Track tapes.
The sound quality of vocals and vocal presence
on the original 2-channel LP-mix (and 2007 Sony
Remasters) are perhaps not as good as on most
soundtracks albums. BMG's Double Features remix
from 4-track has the usual amount of digital echo.
Your Time Hasn't Come Yet, Baby is presented
twice on "Celluloid Rock". They are
both the same versions (Track 13 has a count-in)
but just different mixes from the 4-Track tapes.
This may have been intended to give the false
impression that Track 12 was the 'Movie Version'!
The 'Movie Version' of Speedway is edited
- Part of the second verse ("Flag it down,
pistons pound, plenty of engine to rip in the
ground ... on the Speedway") is edited out.
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