Sunrise is a two-disc compilation of Elvis
Presley's studio recordings at Sun Studio from 1953 to 1955,
released in 1999, RCA 67675-2. This set features all of the
surviving master recordings made by Presley and his accompanists,
Scotty Moore and Bill Black, occasionally augmented by other
musicians, prior to his arrival on RCA Records in 1956.
The first disc presents all eighteen Sun titles from professional
recording sessions during the singer's stay at the label. The
opening ten tracks comprise the A and b sides of the five officially
released Presley singles on the Sun label. Outtakes from sessions at
Sun were used to fill in catalogue items for RCA, with five used for
Presley's debut LP.
The second disc compiles seven alternate takes from the professional
studio sessions. The remaining selections derive from acetates or
basic recording equipment.
The first four tracks comprise the pre-professional test recordings
made by Elvis alone in July 1953 and January 1954. "Fool Fool Fool"
and "Shake, Rattle, and Roll" were recorded by the standard Presley
trio at an unknown location in Lubbock, Texas, during January 1955.
"It Wouldn't Be The Same Without You," and the final six tracks from
a live performance on the Louisiana Hayride, in Shreveport,
Louisiana featuring an augmented band in 1955, are released here for
the first time. (wikipedia