Wednesday, October 17, 2018

Elvis Soundtrack Sessions - 22 Great Songs - ElvisOne

Elvis Soundtrack Sessions - 22 Great Songs - ElvisOne

Roustabout (Take 16 - Vocal Overdub)
Am I Ready (Take 6)
A Dog’s Life (Take 1 - Vocal Overdub)
Lonely Man (Take 3 - Record Version)
Smorgasbord (Take 2)
Anyone (Could Fall In Love With You) (Take 2 - Vocal Overdub - Alternate Master)
A Cane And A High Starched Collar (Take 6)
Everybody Come Aboard (Take 3)
Kissin’ Cousins (Hillbilly Vocal Overdub)
She’s A Machine (Take 14)
My Desert Serenade (Take 10)
Aloha ‘Oe (Section 2 - Take 2)
Britches (Take 7 - Vocal Overdub)
The Bullfighter Was A Lady (Take 10 - Remake)
King Of The Whole Wide World (1st Version - Take 6)
Dainty Little Moonbeams (Take 6 - Unedited Master)
Girls! Girls! Girls! (Take 15 - Unedited End Title Version)
Vino, Dinero y Amor (Take 1)
Flaming Star (Take 3)
Stay Away, Joe (Take 9)
Happy Ending (Take 10 - End Title)
Tender Feeling (Vocal Overdub - Master - Take 1 - Vocal Only)

Source: ElvisClubBerlin

Elvis - Pure & Simple 2 - ElvisOne

Elvis - Pure & Simple 2 - ElvisOne

Just For Old Time Sake
Starting Today
Can't Help Falling In Love
Summer Kisses, Winter Tears
He Knows Just What I Need
Doin' The Best I Can
Home Is Where The Heart Is
Fame And Fortune
Something Blue
I Don't Want To
Tomorrow Night
Please Don't Stop Loving Me 
I'm Yours
I Will Be Home Again
I'll Never Let You Go (lLittle Darlin')

Source: ElvisClubBerlin

Tuesday, October 16, 2018

Avventura In Oriente - Victrola

Avventura In Oriente - Victrola

Victrola label is proud to present an ultimate release of Elvis’ ''HARUM SCARUM' movie soundtrack material.

What makes this new release so special? Most of it has been released before, but never before in such pristine quality!
The outtakes come from a direct copy of a DAT cassette that was made on November 1989 in New York City. 
It was a surprise to discover masters that we had not heard in the way before. On this DAT copy there were also other outtakes from other studio sessions. Most of these outtakes have been released before but never before have they been heard in stereo. The special feature of the Harum Scarum sessions is that the songs were recorded with two drummers that can also be heard simultaneously, this is clearly audible in the sessions.
The mono masters come from the first English pressing of the UK LP Harem Holiday. What you hear is the authentic sound that was on the LP.
As this release deals with the year 1965, some other songs are included on this release as a bonus features, i.e.:
- Crying In the Chapel: was issued on April 6, 1965, in RCA's 'Gold Standard Series'. It became Elvis' first million seller (!) since 'Return To Sender' in 1962 and his greatest chart success over a six-year span.
- (Such An) Easy Question: was released as a single on June 8, 1965. It was the follow-up release to 'Crying In The Chapel' and peaked at number 11 on the US Billboard Hot 100. The single reached the top of the Billboard Easy Listening Chart, spending two weeks at number one in July 1965. The song was also included on the soundtrack for the movie 'Tickle Me', released on June 3, 1965. 

Do not miss your opportunity to obtain an ultimate “Harum Scarum” release from renowned Victrola label!


Disc 1:

01. Go East, Young Man (master)
02. So Close, Yet So Far (From Paradise) (master)
03. Shake That Tambourine (master)
04. Mirage (master)
05. Kismet (master)
06. Hey, Little Girl (master)
07. Golden Coins (master)
08. My Desert Serenade (master)
09. Harem Holiday (master)
10. Animal Instinct (master)
11. Wisdom Of The Ages (master)
12. Shake That Tambourine (takes 7, 8, 10)
13. So Close, Yet So Far (From Paradise) (take 1)
14. My Desert Serenade (takes 1-3)
15. Wisdom Of The Ages (takes 1, 2)
16. Kismet (takes 1, 2)
17. Hey, Little Girl (takes 1, 2)
18. Animal Instinct (take 1)
19. Golden Coins (takes 1-4)
20. Harem Holiday (takes 1, 2)

Disc 2:

01. Animal Instinct (takes 3, 4)
02. Shake That Tambourine (takes 14, 16)
03. Wisdom Of The Ages (take 3)
04. My Desert Serenade (take 7)
05. Kismet (takes 3-5)
06. Golden Coins (takes 7, 8)
07. Hey, Little Girl (take 3)
08. Shake That Tambourine (takes 18-21)
09. So Close, Yet So Far (From Paradise) (take 3)
10. So Close, Yet So Far (From Paradise) (take 4)
11. My Desert Serenade (take 8)
12. My Desert Serenade (take 10)
13. Wisdom Of The Ages (take 4)
14. Harem Holiday (movie version)
15. My Desert Serenade (movie version)
16. Go East, Young Man (movie version)
17. Mirage (movie version)
18. Kismet (movie version)
19. Shake That Tambourine (movie version)
20. Hey, Little Girl (movie version)
21. Golden Coins (movie version)
22. So Close, Yet So Far (From Paradise) (movie version)

Disc 3:

01. Harem Holiday (mono master)
02. My Desert Serenade (mono master)
03. Go East, Young Man (mono master)
04. Mirage (mono master)
05. Kismet (mono master)
06. Shake That Tambourine (mono master)
07. Hey, Little Girl (mono master)
08. Golden Coins (mono master)
09. So Close, Yet So Far (From Paradise) (mono master)
10. Animal Instinct (mono master)
11. Wisdom Of The Ages (mono master)
12. A Slave To Your Kiss (unused demo)
13. Wisdom Of The Ages (an alternate song - unused demo)
14. Harum Scarum movie trailer
15. Crying In The Chapel (takes 1-3)
16. I Believe In The Man In The Sky (take 1)
17. I Believe In The Man In The Sky (takes 2-4)
18. Such An Easy Question (movie version)
19. I Feel That I've Known You Forever (movie version)
20. Do The Clam (movie version)
21. Do The Clam (instrumental track - take 5, acetate)
22. Interview with Herman's Hermits (August 18, 1965, Honolulu, Hawaii) 

Source: ElvisCollectors

Elvis April 10, 1972 Richmond - Victrola

Elvis April 10, 1972 Richmond - Victrola

Label Victrola is planning double CD called „Elvis April 10, 1972 Richmond“ (Victrola 2018-03-2). This is follow up to our summer  success with „Elvis April 14, 1972 Greensboro“ double CD.

You can expect same great quality! The recording that we obtained was again mixed down from the original 8- and 16-track masters fairly recently and stored back in the vaults. We know you will be thrilled when you hear this recording, which has the signature of the best Elvis live mixes released officially thus far. The wide, dynamic stereo sound is just friggin' unbelievable and puts you right in that Richmond audience.

„Elvis April 10, 1972 Richmond“ release will be presented in a deluxe double digipak, accompanied with a 16-page booklet. More details and track listing will be published soon, so stay tuned!

Source: ElvisCollectors

Sunday, October 14, 2018

First Time In Huntsville - VV Records (Special Deluxe Combo Double LP Set & CD Volume 1

First Time In Huntsville - VV Records (Special Deluxe Combo Double LP Set & CD Volume 1

To be released soon (end of October) from the "VV" label for the first time in vinyl both the shows of the second day on Huntsville, AL May 31, 1975, included as a bonus the unreleased ambiance recording from the opening show of the tour, Huntsville AL May 30, 1975. 
As Always  VV attitude is to present Elvis at the peak of his possibility and without doubt, this double set present   Elvis still at his top. After shedding some extra weight the man is ready to face his second tour of 1975. “Elvis was an impressive sight in his new jumpsuit” delivering incredible shows. If Rock is attitude, the man still got it.
<< Streamlined Elvis still has the old magic>> was the headlines of the Huntsville review report. The king is back in good shape, both physically and mentally. The second tour started with 5 sold out concerts in Huntsville was the audience created an incredible atmosphere in the hall, Elvis’ spirit and voice knocked them all out.
We are glad to include the cd with the opening show, The sound is decent if you want to live the atmosphere of an Elvis concert in 2018 this is the right tape. We can guarantee that Elvis was greeted with incredible enthusiasm; the popularity in the live scene in the middle of 1975 is at the maximum level. The tour present Elvis still at the top of his rocker possibility, He looks great in his impressive new Silver Phoenix and delivery an great show with a great version of the up-tempo rockers Burning Love and T.R.O.U.B.L.E.

The limited edition double set is housed in a deluxe 300 grams gatefold sleeve that includes  
together the double vinyl set a Bonus the CD and incredible large Poster 90x60 cm both sides printed.

See below for much details about the contents:

Double vinyl 180 grams!!!!, including two incredible Huntsville shows with the best audio possible!! Two Soundboard recording from the improved sound   FOR THE FIRST TIME in a double high valued collector vinyl set, 33 rpm speed.   


First 100 copies of This set will come with a glossy exclusive Oversleeve Hand Numbered with exclusive contents.

Each copy will be individually sealed.


Please remember!! As usually VV DECIDED TO PRODUCE A LIMITED BOXED DELUXE EDITION OF 100 COPIES WITH EXCLUSIVE CONTENTS..ask details to your dealer!!!.


We always tryin’ to give more, We hope of this new release  will be a real great update of your Elvis’ live show collection.

Unrelesead Ambience Recording May 30, 1975 8.00  PM

01. 2001 Theme 
02. See See Rider  
03. I Got A Woman  / Amen
04. Love Me
05. If You Love Me
06. Love Me Tender 
07. All Shook Up
08. Teddy Bear/ Don’t Be Cruel 
09. The Wonder Of You  
10. Burning Love 
11. Band Introductions  
12. Whatd I Say ( featuring James Burton ) 
13. Drum Solo ( featuring Ronnie Tutt )
14. Piano Solo ( featuring Glen D Hardin )
15. School Day 
16. T-R-O-U-B-L-E 
17. I’ll Remember You 
18. Let Me Be There (+ reprise)  
19. Why Me  Lord ?
20. An American Trilogy 
21. Funny How Time Slips Away (+ reprise)
22. That’s All Right  
23. Can’t Help Falling In Love  (incomplete)

LP 1 Soundboarding Recording  
May 31, 1975 2.30 PM

01. (first part missing) Love Me 
02. If You Love Me
03. Love Me Tender 
04. All Shook Up
05. Teddy Bear/Don’t Be Cruel 
06. The Wonder Of  You 
07. Burning in Love
08. Band Introduction 
09. What I’d Say 
10. Drums Solo 
11. Bass Solo 
12. Piano Solo 
13.  Band Introductions  
14. School Day   


15. Trouble 
16. T.R.O.U.B.L.E. 
17. Let Me There
18. An American Trilogy
19. Funny How Time Slips Away 
20. Blue Suede Shoes 
21. For The Good Times
22. Little Darling 
23. Can’t Help Falling in Love
LP 2 Soundboarding Recording 
May 31, 1975 8.00 PM


01.All Shook Up
02.Teddy Bear/Don’t Be Cruel
03. The Wonder Of You 
04. Burning Love
05. Band Introductions
06. Johnny B. Good
07. Drums Solo
08. Bass Solo
09. Piano Solo
10.Band Introductions
11. School Day
12. I  Can’t Stop Loving You
13. T.R.O.U.B.L.E.


14. Hawaiin’ Wedding Song
15. Let Me there
16. Why Me Lord ?
17. An American Trilogy
18. Hound Dog
19. Funny How Time Slips Aways
20. Little Darling
21. I’m Leaving
22. Can’t Help Falling In Love

Source: Elvis Collectors

I'm Saved - STAR DVD

I'm Saved - STAR DVD

The year is 1968.After several years of making movies without personal appearances things are about to change. 
This new release is purely fictional and presents Elvis Presley’s Comeback Special in a totally different way; Elvis is hosting his own TV Special and tells his side of the story. 
Elvis talks about his career, first record and Hollywood. His personal life, tragedies, future plans and God, giving you an intimate look at his life and career in a way only he can. 
Including rare footage and home movies , original clips from the movies, and some cool vintage commercials from 1968! (Yes, the Big Mac also has its 50th anniversary!) 
Presented in "True” widescreen for the first time! Not stretching out Elvis body or face, but all shots individually repaired for the best result!

The opening is sensational and has a FULL version of Trouble/Guitar Man, including Elvis' footage from the Discotheque, Supper Club, wearing Black leather as well as the original version all edited to perfection! 
After the first "Elvis Speaks" part the show starts with some of his first Sun Records; That’s All Right, Trying To Get To You and Tiger Man get the special really started! 
Most clips have been re-edited for watching pleasure, for example the “break up" version of Heartbreak Hotel (second sit down) has been recreated as a full rockin’ version! Same goes for That’s All Right and Blue Suede Shoes; full versions without repeatable parts, making some portions shorter then usual but it all works quite well for the overall “feel” of this Special. 
The gospel section also has been re-done including rare alternate footage and performances. All songs have been re-edited. 
Elvis talks through the whole special and lots of rare footage accompanies him while doing so. 
We already can hear all the critics...."Why include the boring commercials” .. but it is part of the idea of recreating something in a way as if it is 1968 and this special was shown on TV, including commercial breaks. Don’t worry.. you can skip them if you like .. but we advise not to do this the first time you watch it. 
All fans must agree that 1968 “Saved” Elvis' career, so no need to explain why the producers of this DVD called it: “I'M SAVED" 
Sit back and relax, and let Elvis take you on a musical journey through his Life. 
You’ve all heard the stories... Now hear the true ones from the man himself! 

You can see the trailer here
Of course the quality is better on the original DVD release!! 
We’re not saying it is better, but it’s approach could have been at least as good for actual viewing at the time.

Full track listing

Trouble/Guitar Man
Elvis Speaks Part 1
That’s All Right
Trying To Get To You
Tiger Man
Elvis Speaks part 2
Little Egypt
Lawdy, Miss Clawdy
Elvis Speaks part 3
Are You Lonesome Tonight?
One Night
Love Me
Let Yourself Go
Elvis Speaks part 4
Heartbreak Hotel
Medley: Heartbreak Hotel/All Shook Up/Hound Dog
Don’t Be Cruel
Blue Suede Shoes
Baby, What Do You Want Me To Do
A Little Less Conversation
Elvis Speaks part 5
Love Me Tender
Jailhouse Rock
Can’t Help Falling in Love
Big Boss Man
It Hurts Me
Elvis Speaks part 6
If I Can Dream
Elvis Speaks part 7
Medley: Sometimes I Feel Like A Motherless Child
Where Could I Go But To The Lord/Up Above My Head/Saved

Source: ElvisCollectors

Thursday, September 27, 2018

The Asheville Marathon - AudiRec (4CD)

The Asheville Marathon - AudiRec (4CD)


The well known Import label “AudiRec” is back with a very nice and special 4 CD box, titled “THE ASHEVILLE MARATHON” (AudiRec AR 197507234-2). Hear three of the most unusual Elvis Presley Shows of the 1970´s! When Elvis came to Asheville, NC in late July of 1975 to play the final shows of his running tour, he was indeed in a “giving” mood. Elvis delivered a whole bunch of rarely performed song material and handled a big part of them in a kind of “Elvis By Request” style. Since his Record Company RCA was not on hand to record these shows professionally, we can be thankful that fans did record the shows at least with private (non-professional) equipment. One thing is clear: It would have been a big pity if none of those three shows would have been recorded and therefore been “lost” forever. In July 1975, Elvis played 21 shows in 11 different cities. This tour was rated as being one of the very best in Elvis' last years. His powerful vocal delivery, his entertaining mood and his willingness to improvise various unusual songs are what make this tour such a stand-out, and the final 3 shows in Asheville, NC were simply stunning! In Asheville Elvis also played the longest shows of the tour and performed many rarely sung songs. He was kind of promoting his new album “ELVIS TODAY” with “Shake A Hand”, “Fairytale”, “T.R.O.U.B.L.E.” and “Pieces Of My Life”. More than any time before he was interacting with his audience, singing songs by request. For example “Memphis Tennessee”, “An American Trilogy”, “Heartbreak Hotel”, “Jailhouse Rock”, “Something”, “Return To Sender” or “Wooden Heart”.

Elvis was in a hilarious mood. He gave away several golden rings and a fan in the first row - Mike Harris from Asheville - was lucky to get Elvis’ Gibson Ebony Dove guitar! It was the famous guitar which Elvis used in Aloha From Hawaii. Later in the show, Mike Harris thought Elvis was gonna ask for the guitar back, but Elvis leaned down and said: “'No that's yours. I gave that to you for a reason, and it's gonna help you out some day.” These shows were previously released, but all original releases are very hard to find now. Instead of doing a simple “copy & paste” job, we have asked our friends from SA to help us to enhance the sound from scratch, so we are sure that those shows never sounded better! The release is presented in a strong and stable 25 x 14 cm de-luxe 4 CD Long-Box accompanied by a 16-page booklet, filled with a great collection of photos taken in Asheville and press reviews. To make our release even more attractive for serious collectors, we present it in 3 different variations. It means 3 different covers and each cover´s got its own disc labels, too! The content of the CD´s does of course NOT vary! Choose the one version you like most or “collect all three”! In any case do not miss the opportunity to own your copy / copies of “THE ASHEVILLE MARATHON“! It’s the ultimate release of Elvis' magical July 1975 Asheville shows!

CD1 Asheville, NC, 22.07.1975

01. Also Sprach Zarathustra - 02. C. C. Rider - 03. I Got A Woman / Amen (medley) - 04. Big Boss Man (with reprise) - 05. Why Me Lord (Elvis solo) - 06. Love Me - 07. If You Love Me (Let Me Know) - 08. Shake A Hand (performed 1st time, with 6 false starts) - 09. All Shook Up - 10. Teddy Bear / Don't Be Cruel (medley) - 11. Hound Dog - 12. The Wonder Of You - 13. Dialogue - 14. Memphis Tennessee (with false start) - 15. Funny How Time Slips Away (with reprise) - 16. Polk Salad Annie - 17. Band Introductions by J. D. Sumner - 18. Johnny B. Goode (instrumental, James Burton) - 19. Drum Solo (Ronnie Tutt) - 20. Bass Solo (Blues - Jerry Scheff) - 21. Piano Solo (Glen D. Hardin) - 22. School Days

CD2 Asheville, NC, 22.07.1975

01. T.R.O.U.B.L.E. - 02. It's Now Or Never - 03. You Don't Have To Say You Love Me (performed last time) - 04. How Great Thou Art (with reprise) - 05. Burning Love - 06. Let Me Be There - 07. Heartbreak Hotel - 08. Little Darlin' - 09. Mystery Train / Tiger Man (medley) - 10. Monologue - 11. Can't Help Falling In Love - 12. Closing Vamp
Asheville, NC, 23.07.1975
13. Also Sprach Zarathustra - 14. C. C. Rider - 15. I Got A Woman / Amen (medley) - 16. BigBoss Man - 17. Love Me - 18. If You Love Me (Let Me Know) - 19. It's Midnight - 20. All Shook Up - 21. Teddy Bear / Don't Be Cruel (medley) - 22. Hound Dog - 23. The Wonder Of You - 24. Turn Around, Look At Me - 25. Polk Salad Annie

CD3 Asheville, NC, 23.07.1975

01. Band Introductions - 02. Johnny B. Goode - 03. Drum Solo (Ronnie Tutt) - 04. Bass Solo (Blues - Jerry Scheff) - 05. Piano Solo (Glen D. Hardin) - 06. School Day - 07. T.R.O.U.B.L.E. - 08. Why Me Lord (funny version) - 09. How Great Thou Art - 10. Let Me Be There (with reprise) - 11. Shake A Hand - 12. Fairytale - 13. Introduction of Vernon Presley - 14. Little Darlin' - 15. Mystery Train / Tiger Man (medley) - 16. Dialogue - 17. Funny How Time Slips Away (with reprise) - 18. It's Now Or Never - 19, Promised Land (performed last time) - 20. Can't Help Falling In Love - 21. Closing Vamp / Announcements.

CD4 Asheville, NC, 24.07.1975 

01. Also Sprach Zarathustra - 02. That's All Right - 03. I Got A Woman (with false start) / Amen (medley) - 04. Big Boss Man - 05. Love Me - 06. If You Love Me (Let Me Know) - 07. All Shook Up - 08. Teddy Bear / Don't Be Cruel (medley) - 09. Hound Dog - 10. An American Trilogy (by request) - 11. Heartbreak Hotel (by request) - 12. Jailhouse Rock (by request) - 13. Something (by request, performed last time) - 14. Return To Sender (by request, performed 1st time) - 15. Wooden Heart (by request) - 16. Hawaiian Wedding Song (with reprise, by request) - 17. Bridge Over Troubled Water - 18. Polk Salad Annie - 19. Band Introductions - 20. Johnny B. Goode - 21. Drum Solo (Ronnie Tutt) - 22. Bass Solo (Blues - Jerry Scheff) - 23. Piano Solo (Glen D. Hardin) - 24. School Day - 25. T.R.O.U.B.L.E. - 26. Shake A Hand (one to last performance) - 27. Introduction of Vernon Presley and Dr. Nick - 28. Pieces Of My Life (only live version) - 29. How Great Thou Art (with reprise) - 30. Can't Help Falling In Love - 31. Closing Vamp / Announcements

Source: ElvisCollectors

Wednesday, September 26, 2018

Elvis June 75 - Rock 'N' Roll Majesty (4CD LONGBOX)

Elvis June 75 - Rock 'N' Roll Majesty (4CD LONGBOX)


Source: ElvisCollectors

Monday, September 24, 2018

Black Tornado - E.P. Collector

Black Tornado - E.P. Collector

Our new 2CD is titled "BLACK TORNADO (E. P. Collector label, catalogue number EPC 2018-17A/B).

Now, when majority of Elvis import labels is only re-releasing old stuff in new packages, E. P. Collector label is coming with another surprise! The Cleveland, November 6, 1976 Afternoon & Evening shows are previously unreleased and moreover, they were never available in listenable sound, until now!

Elvis November ’71 tour was rated as one of Elvis’ very best in the 70s. Compared with previous tours in September and November 1970, individual shows were longer and set list was variable more than before. It was the only tour in 1971 and it was the last time when Elvis was accompanied by The Imperials, too. Elvis played 14 shows in 12 days in 12 different cities.

Among the concert highlights there are fantastic performances of ,,Proud Mary“, „You’ve Lost That Loving Feeling“, „How Great Thou Art“ „I’m Leavin’“, „Bridge Over Troubled Water“, „Lawdy Miss Clawdy“ and „ The Impossible Dream“.

Both concerts are taken from direct transfers of recently-found original audience-recorded cassette tapes. Those shows were recorded by Elvis fan Joyce Bauer, who passed away a couple of years ago. She followed much of Elvis' 1971 tour in November, and her tapes have never been in circulation before. You may ask your supplier for samples.

This CD is packaged in a nicely designed double digipak with collection of images taken during both shows, reprints concert tickets and various press reviews and newspaper clippings.

If you have enjoyed our previous releases called „The First Time Ever I Lay With You“ and „Looked Into The Wings”, then you are sure to enjoy our latest release, too. 


01. Also Sprach Zarathustra (2001 Theme) - 02. That’s All Right - 03. Medley: I Got A Woman / Amen - 04. Proud Mary - 05. Love Me Tender (with false start) - 06. You Don’t Have To Say You Love Me - 07. You’ve Lost That Loving Feeling - 08. Polk Salad Annie - 09. Instrumental / Introductions - 10. Johnny B. Goode - 11. Love Me - 12. Heartbreak Hotel - 13. Blue Suede Shoes - 14. One Night - 15. Hound Dog - 16. How Great Thou Art - 17. Band Introductions - 18. I’m Leavin’ - 19. Blue Hawaii (excerpt) / Hawaiian Wedding Song - 20. I Can’t Stop Loving You - 21. Bridge Over Troubled Water (with reprise) - 22. Lawdy Miss Clawdy - 23. Can’t Help Falling In Love - 24. Closing Vamp.


01.  Also Sprach Zarathustra (2001 Theme) - 02. That’s All Right - 03. Medley: I Got A Woman / Amen - 04. Proud Mary - 05. Love Me Tender - 06. You Don’t Have To Say You Love Me - 07. You’ve Lost That Loving Feeling - 08. Polk Salad Annie - 09. Instrumental / Introductions - 10. Johnny B. Goode - 11. Love Me - 12. Heartbreak Hotel - 13. Blue Suede Shoes - 14. Hound Dog - 15. The Impossible Dream - 16. Bridge Over Troubled Water - 17. Band Introductions - 18. I’m Leavin’ - 19. Suspicious Minds - 20. Can’t Help Falling In Love - 21. Closing Vamp.

Source: ElvisCollectors

Saturday, September 22, 2018

Elvis Presley 1967 -The Unreleased Recordings - ElvisOne

Elvis Presley 1967 -The Unreleased Recordings - ElvisOne

A new cd release from THE BOOTLEG SERIES by ELVIS ONE.
'Elvis 1967' contains 23 tracks, including 22 outtakes previously unreleased by Elvis' record company; Also 3 official previously unreleased binaural recordings; and more!
As a bonus we've included all five radio spot announcements for the movie 'Clambake'. Only announcement #2 was available before on the Elvis Anthology cd from the Elvis One label.
The booklet is ofcourse complete with recording information and some rare photos! A new limited edition release from Elvis One! 

01  A House That Has Everything (takes 2 & 3) 2:37
02  Stay Away, Joe (movie version, takes 1 & 2) 2:18
03  Let Yourself Go (binaural master) 3:12
04  You Don’t Know Me (movie version, take 18) 2:19
05  Speedway (unedited binaural master, take 4) 2:44
06  The Girl I Never Loved (takes 8, 10 & 11) 2:49
07  Stay Away, Joe (movie version, takes 3 & 4) 1:49
08  Suppose (instrumetal overdub) 3:04
09  Guitar Man (take 3) 0:56
10  You Don’t Know Me (movie version, takes 12 & 13) 2:59
11  Your Time Hasn’t Come Yet, Baby (binaural master) 2:04
12  Stay Away, Joe (movie version, takes 5 & 6) 2:22
13  He’s Your Uncle, Not Your Dad (dubdown for movie version) 2:38
14  You Don’t Know Me (movie version, takes 1 & 2) 2:24
15  Mine (takes 5, 6 & unused instrumental take 7) 3:19
16  Stay Away, Joe (movie version, take 8) 1:49
17  Stay Away, Joe (movie version, take 9) 1:41
18  Suppose (backing track) 3:04

Bonus tracks
19  Clambake (radio spot announcement # 1) 0:57
20  Clambake (radio spot announcement # 2) 0:56
21  Clambake (radio spot announcement # 3) 0:29
22  Clambake (radio spot announcement # 4) 0:29
23  Clambake (radio spot announcement # 5) 0:09

Source: ElvisCollectors

Graceland Live Cam

Visitors Since October, 2013