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Camden Classics

Here you can see the RCA Camden Classics CDs.
These RCA Special Products CDs were distributed by The Special Music Co.
All discs were pressed in Canada (first publication).
All CDs have the same tracks as the original LP releases.

The label was named after Camden, New Jersey, original home to the Victor Talking Machine Company, later RCA Victor.

From 1968 to 1975, RCA Camden issued a series of compilation albums featuring recordings by Elvis Presley, who recorded for the main RCA Victor label. These albums primarily consisted of repackagings of Presley's 1960s-era movie soundtrack recordings, however several albums, such as Elvis Sings Flaming Star also featured previously unreleased material, while another album, Let's Be Friends featured most of the soundtrack to Elvis' final scripted film, Change of Habit. Two later compilations, Burning Love and Hits from His Movies, Volume 2 and Separate Ways actually featured then-current chart hits for Presley that were issued on LP on RCA Camden, instead of the usual RCA Victor label. In 1975,

See also the later published RCA Camden series


You'll Never Walk Alone


Elvis' Christmas Album


Burning  Love And Hits From His Movies Vol. 2

Separate Ways



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