Hi all! Just a quick question. As most of us know, in the 1960's, it was common for both artists and record companies to create dedicated, separate and unique mono mixes for singles and albums. The Beatles are best known for this, certainly. However, despite the recent "rediscovery" of the mono record (witness the recent Beatles and Dylan mono sets), and the continued popularity of Elvis Presley, there is no comparable collection of Elvis mono recordings, despite most of his output from 1960 to 1968 being available in both mono and stereo. So, my question is this: Were fold-downs used exclusively for mono lp's and 45's, or is RCA/Sony dropping the ball here? Are there obscure dedicated mono mixes that exist?