The brass overdubs for Suspicious Minds
only exist on the final mono and stereo masters,
and the mono and stereo masters both have different
brass performances. According to Bill Porter,
the reason for this procedure was that all the
8 tracks were full. Porter also persuaded Felton
to do the final stereo and mono mixes at the same
time as this overdub session. This is also the
reason why both the remastered attempts 'Memphis
Record'(1987, missing the brass) and '30 #1 Hits'(2002,
flanging due to mixing stereo master with 8-track)
failed. Remastering Suspicious Minds must
involve faithful re-recording of the brass section.
Maybe that even can be justified now that there
is no clear definition of "original"
master in the first place.