First Release: 1973-05 USA
Aloha From Hawaii Via Satellite
1973 USA
Label / Catalog no.: RCA DTF0-2006
Date / Country produced: 1973 USA
Manufactured: RCA Records Pressing Plant, Indianapolis
Copies: 2500
Value (source): 165 Euro (Marktplaats)
Package: Full color cardboard sleeve, backside white.
      Including jukebox strips inlay. (Variation A: Blue with Arrows at top)
Format: 7" vinyl ep, 33rpm, solid centre
Total tracks/time: 6 tracks, ?

      Tracks:       Time, Mono/Stereo:
A side: 1. SomethingStereo
2. You Gave Me A MountainStereo
3. I Can't Stop Loving YouStereo
B side: 1. My WayStereo
2. What Now My LoveStereo
3. I'm So Lonesome I Could CryStereo
      A side:       B side:
Matrix runout stamped:DTF0 2006 A 1 A DTF0 2006 B
Matrix runout etched:I I
This EP plays at 33rpm, instead of 45rpm.

In 1973, Bernie Y. Distributors produced 2,500 units intended for jukebox use only.
However, 2,000 copies were sold to Paul Lichter's Elvis Unique Record Club
with an initial offering of $5.00 to new club members.
Aloha From Hawaii Via Satellite (**)
1973 USA
Label / Catalog no.: RCA DTF0-2006
Date / Country produced: 1973 USA
Manufactured: RCA Records Pressing Plant, Indianapolis
Copies: 2500
Value (source): 100 Euro (Marktplaats)
Package: Full color cardboard sleeve, backside white.
      Including jukebox strips inlay. (Variation A: Blue with Arrows at top)
Format: 7" vinyl ep, 33rpm, solid centre
Total tracks/time: 6 tracks, ?

      Tracks:       Time, Mono/Stereo:
A side: 1. SomethingStereo
2. You Gave Me A MountainStereo
3. I Can't Stop Loving YouStereo
B side: 1. My WayStereo
2. What Now My LoveStereo
3. I'm So Lonesome I Could CryStereo
      A side:       B side:
Matrix runout stamped:A A
This EP plays at 33rpm, instead of 45rpm.

In 1973, Bernie Y. Distributors produced 2,500 units intended for jukebox use only.
However, 2,000 copies were sold to Paul Lichter's Elvis Unique Record Club
with an initial offering of $5.00 to new club members.

The disc has a pressing error. A small hole on both sides in the first track.
The juke-box strips almost fall apart on the perforated edges.
The spine of the sleeve is torn open.

First Release: 1973-05 USA