colonel snow wrote:Mister Moon wrote:There's also a myth going around (perpetuated by Wikipedia, for example) that the 1949 red vinyl reissue carried the "That's All Right, Mama" wording on the label, which is totally false, as can be seen in the image I posted in the thread linked above.
In fact, all of the early versions of the song, from the Crudup original, through Elvis, Marty Robbins, etc. used the same wording - "That's All Right" - no "Mama", no "Alright", etc.
End of rant.
Indeed (see scan).
The December 1954 version by Marty Robbins includes that "I oughta mind my papa" verse that's absent from the Crudup and Elvis recordings :