AUSTRALIA
RCA Singles 1


The push-out centers found on the first 2 singles
are much more uncommon.

Despite the fact that many of the picture sleeves reversed the A-B sides,
all singles charted the normal A-sides. However some of the singles charted
as double A-sides and are noted below.


Chart positions are from the Go Set Magazine Top 40 & the

Australian Chart Book 1940-1969 by David Kent.

A.A.R.M. Gold Record Award info from this Elvis Australia Fan Club Site.


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Released in September 1966
Highest Chart Position:
Go Set: 6
Kent: 14

No picture sleeve issued.
"Clarkesville" misspelled with an extra E.

66-1001
Push-Out Center


Last Train To Clarksville/
Take A Giant Step

 

66-1001
Push-Out Center
Promo


 

66-1001
Solid Center


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Released in December 1966
Highest Chart Position:
Go Set: 2
Kent: 1

66-1002
Push-Out Center


I'm A Believer/
(I'm Not Your) Steppin' Stone

 

66-1002
Solid Center


A.A.R.M. Gold Record Award Certified
(60,000+ Copies Sold)

66-1002


Gold Labels

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Released in April 1967
Highest Chart Position:
Go Set: 4
Kent: 4
(A Little Bit Me...)

66-1004


The Girl I Knew Somewhere/
A Little Bit Me, A Little Bit You

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Released in July 1967
Highest Chart Position:
Go Set: 17
Kent: 14

101789


I Wanna Be Free/
You Just May Be The One

 

101789
Promo


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Released in August 1967
Highest Chart Position:
Go Set: 12
Kent: 10
Charted as a double A-side

1007


Pleasant Valley Sunday/
Words

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Released in October 1967
Highest Chart Position:
Go Set: 9
Kent: 6

101793


Alternate Title (Randy Scouse Git)/
Forget That Girl

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Released in December 1967
Highest Chart Position:
Go Set: 2/16
Kent: 2

66-1012
1st RCA Logo


Daydream Believer/
Goin' Down

 

66-1012
2nd RCA Logo