My version of this album is on the RCA Victor label, mono, RD-27120 (LPM-1990). The label is black with a red circle containing the letters RCA. It was made from a master recording of RCA N.Y. by the Decca Record Company Ltd, London. I purchased it new more years ago than I care to remember. Included are two extra songs, 'Tryin' to get to you' and 'Blue suede shoes'.
I have a fairly good CD player but IMO Vinyl is still the better format. It has a rich, warm, and intimate sound. I find CD's to be harsh and brittle at times even on top of the range players.
The photo on the front cover is one of the most natural I've ever seen of Elvis and his brown hair suited him perfectly.
This is a fantastic album, I simply prefer the 50's and 60's material to the 70's although I hasten to add that no mater what the year I play it all regularly.
You certainly picked a truly great album to start with - what's next I wonder?