She Thinks I Still Care
Elvis recorded She Thinks I Still Care on the night of February 2-3, 1976, at Graceland. Overdubbing was later done at Young 'Un Sound Studios. Paired with Moody Blue, She Thinks I Still Care had a 13-week stay on Billboard's Hot 100 chart, peaking at #31. On the country charts, the record reached number one for one week.
On October 15, 1980, Felton Jarvis had a new instrumental track recorded at Young 'Un Sound in Nashville, using an alternate take. That recording appeared on the Guitar Man LP.
You know, she thinks I still care
Released for the fist time on single
- Moody Blue / She Thinks I Still Care (RCA PB-10857) December 1976. Standard release »
- Moody Blue / She Thinks I Still Care (RCA JB-10857) December 1976. Disc jockey promotional release. In May 1977, RCA released this record in five colours (red, blue, white, gold, and green) and an experimental multicolour as an experiment. The multicolour disc is extremely rare.
- Moody Blue / For the Heart (RCA GB-11326) August 1978. Gold standard series original release.
- Our Memories of Elvis (1979) »
– Guitar Man (1981) »
- Our Memories of Elvis, Volume 1, 2 & 3 (2012) - FTD »
- Hits of the 70s (2012) - FTD »
– Moody Blue (2013) - FTD »