Wednesday, September 16, 2015

From Santa Monica Boulevard, Los Angeles, California - Elvis One (Import News)

From Santa Monica Boulevard, Los Angeles, California - Elvis One (Import news)

Elvis One proudly presents

Plus MGM Soundstage recordings

This is number 17 from the very popular THE BOOTLEG SERIES!
Like previous releases this one will probably sold out very soon!

43 tracks, including alternate takes, movie versions and original radio spots,
many previously unreleased by Elvis record company.

Also including is a 12 pages booklet.

01. What’d I Say* (take 3)
02. C’mon Everybody* (composite movie version with Blues ending)
03. Little Egypt* (overdubbed movie version)
04. Bossa Nova Baby (take 4 & 5)
05. Hard Knocks* (movie version, vocal overdub)
06. Roustabout* (movie version, edited/overdubbed take 9)
07. I Need Somebody To Lean On* (movie version, longer fade with prominent saxophone)
08. Cross My Heart And Hope To Die* (take 8)
09. Spring Fever (take 1, 2 & 3)
10. There’s A Brand New Day On The Horizon* (acetate, undubbed movie version)
11. There’s A Brand New Day On The Horizon* (movie final)
12. Marguerita* (take 7)
13. Vino, Dinero Y Amor (take 1)
14. I Think I’m Gonna Like It Here (remake, take 15)
15. The Bullfighter Was A Lady (take 10)
16. The Meanest Girl In Town (take 4, 5 & 6)
17. Roustabout* (acetate, take 13)
18. Girl Happy* (acetate, original composite)
19. I’ve Got To Find My Baby (acetate, unedited vocal overdub take 1)
20. Girl Happy* (movie version, end title)

21. My Rival (sung by Ann Margret)
22. Appreciation* (sung by Ann Margret)
23. The Climb* (take 3, sung by George McFadden)
24. It’s A Wonderful World* (take 17)
25. Fort Lauderdale Chamber Of Commerce* (acetate, unused alternate master track, take 5)
26. Fort Lauderdale Chamber Of Commerce* (acetate, master track, take 7)
27. Today, Tomorrow And Forever* (acetate, master track, take 4)
28. I’ve Got To Find My Baby* (unused alternate master track, take 1)

29. Viva Las Vegas  
30-33. Girl Happy #1*   #2*   #3*   #4
34-43. Roustabout #1   #2   #3   #4   #5   #6   #7   #8   #9   #10

Source: Elvis Collectors

1 comment:

  1. The most appealing to me is the cover....first of all it's a beautiful photo of Elvis in the sixties... but most of all, it reminds me of the brownish, pix elated photo on the cover of "Elvis sings the Blues" from 1984.
    The Bootleg Series keep providing us with other cool Elvis releases.....

    Thanks Albert !!!!



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