King Creole - The Mono Monitor Mixes

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Auf 180g veröffentlicht das Sammler-Label "Follow That Dream" die LP "King Creole - The Mono Monitor Mixes" in limitierter Auflage zu 3000 Stück weltweit.

Seite A:
King Creole (Main Title - Instrumental - Take 8 - Master) - Don’t Ask Me Why (Take 12 - Master) - Hard Headed Woman (Take 10 - Master) - As Long As I Have You (Take 10 - Master) - King Creole (Revised Version - Take 13 - Master) - Lover Doll (Take 7 - Unedited / Undubbed Master) - Dixieland Rock (Take 14 - Master) - Muskrat Ramble (Iinstrumental) - Steadfast, Loyal And True (First Version - Take 6)

Bonus Song:
Danny

Seite B:
New Orleans (Take 5 - Master) - Young Dreams (Take 8 - Master) - King Creole (First Version - Take 3) - As Long As I Have You (Long Version - Take 8) - Trouble (Take 5 - Master) - Crawfish (Take 7 - Unedited Master) - King Creole (First Version - Take 18) - Steadfast, Loyal And True (Undubbed Record Master) - Lover Doll (Master / With Jordanaires Overdub)

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Elvis - Las Vegas 1975

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Auch für den Mai 2016 ist eine weitere Doppel-CD "Elvis - Las Vegas 1975" angekündigt. Diese beinhaltet einmal die Midnight Show vom 22.03.1975 und die Dinner Show vom 01.04.1975 als Soundboardmitschnitte.

Inhalt - CD 1 - 22.03.1975 M/S:
Also Sprach Zarathustra - See See Rider - I Got A Woman / Amen - Love Me - If You Love Me (Let Me Know) - And I Love You So - Big Boss Man - It’s Midnight - Promised Land - Green, Green Grass Of Home - Fairytale - Introductions - My Boy - I'll Remember You - Let Me Be There - (Let Me Be Your) Teddy Bear / Don’t Be Cruel - Hound Dog - You’re The Reason I’m Living - Can’t Help Falling In Love - Closing Vamp

Bonus Songs:
Sweet Caroline (30.03.1975 M/S) - Funny How Time Slips Away (30.03.1975 M/S) - Fairytale (31.03.1975 M/S) - Burning Love (31.03.1975 M/S)

CD 2 - 01.04.1975 D/S:
Also Sprach Zarathustra - See See Rider - Love Me - If You Love Me (Let Me Know) - And I Love You So - Big Boss Man - The Wonder Of You - Burning Love - Introductions - My Boy - I'll Remember You - Let Me Be There - How Great Thou Art - Hound Dog - Fairytale - Can’t Help Falling In Love - Closing Vamp

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Elvis - The Original Soundtrack From His NBC-TV Special

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"Follow That Dream" kündigt für den Mai 2016 die Doppel-CD "Elvis - The Original Soundtrack From His NBC-TV Special” mit dem Original Album, Bonus Cuts und verschiedene Outtakes vom Juni 1968 an.

Inhalt - CD 1 - Original Album:
Trouble / Guitar Man - Lawdy, Miss Clawdy - Baby, What You Want Me To Do - Dialogue / Heartbreak Hotel / Hound Dog / All Shook Up - Can’t Help Falling In Love - Jailhouse Rock - Dialogue / Love Me Tender - Dialogue / Where Could I Go But To The Lord / Up Above My Head / Saved - Dialogue / Blue Christmas - Dialogue / One Night - Memories - Nothingville / Dialogue; Big Boss Man / Guitar Man / Little Egypt / Trouble / Guitar Man - If I Can Dream

Bonus Cuts:
It Hurts Me (Splice / Edit Of Part 1 - Take 7, Part 2 - Take 7 & Part 1 - Take 6 -20. & 21.06.1968) - Let Yourself Go (Splice/Edit Of Part 1 - Take 1 & Part 2 - Take 2 - 20.06.1968) - Memories (Stereo Master - 23.06.1968) - If I Can Dream (Stereo Master 23.06.1968) - That’s All Right (27.06.1968 - 8 PM Show) - Love Me (27.06.1968 - 8 PM Show) - Baby, What You Want Me To Do (27.06.1968 - 6 PM Show) - Are You Lonesome Tonight? (27.06.1968 - 8 PM Show) - Blue Suede Shoes (27.06.1968 - 8 PM Show) - Trying To Get To You (27.06.1968 - 8 PM Show) - Tiger Man (26.06.1968 - 8 PM Show) - Let Yourself Go (Closing Instrumental - 23.06.1968)

CD 2 - The Wrecking Crew Sessions - Road Medley Outtakes (20. / 21.06.1968):
Nothingville (Guitar Man's Evil #1 - Take 1) - Nothingville (Guitar Man's Evil #1 - Take 5 & 6) - Guitar Man (Guitar Man's Evil #1 - Take 10/M) - Let Yourself Go, Part 1 (Guitar Man's Evil #2 - Take 5 & 6) - Let Yourself Go (Part 1 - Guitar Man's Evil #2 - Take 7/M) - Let Yourself Go (Part 2 - Guitar Man's Evil #3 - Take 6) - Let Yourself Go (Part 2 - Guitar Man's Evil #3 - Take 7/M) - Guitar Man (Escape #1, Fast - Take 1, 2 & 5) - Guitar Man (Escape #1, Remake - Take 6 & 7/M) - Big Boss Man (Escape #3 - Take 1) - Big Boss Man (Escape #3 - Take 2) - It Hurts Me (Part 1 - Escape #4 - Take 1) - It Hurts Me (Part 1 Escape #4 - Take 5) - It Hurts Me (Part 2 - After Karate #1 - Take 3) - Guitar Man (After Karate #2 - Take 1) - Little Egypt (After Karate #2 - Take 6) - Little Egypt (After Karate #2 - Take 8) - Trouble / Guitar Man (After Karate #3 - Take 2)

Gospel Medley Outtakes (21. / 22.06.1968:
Sometimes I Feel Like A Motherless Child / Where Could I Go But To The Lord (Gospel #1 - Rehearsal & Take 1) - Sometimes I Feel Like A Motherless Child / Where Could I Go But To The Lord (Gospel #1 - Take 4) - Up Above My Head / I Found That Light / Saved (Gospel #2 - Take 4 & 7) - Saved (Gospel #3 - Take 1) - Saved (Gospel #3 - Take 2 & 4) - Saved (Splice Of Take 6 & 5/M - Rough Mix)

Outtakes 23.06.1968:
Trouble / Guitar Man (Opening - Take 1) - Trouble / Guitar Man (Opening - Take 6 & 7) - If I Can Dream (Take 1) - If I Can Dream (Take 2, 3 & 4) - Memories (Take 3 & 4 / V.O. #1) - Let Yourself Go (Closing Instrumental - Take 1)

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How RCA Brought Elvis To Europe

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Das von den Norwegern Sigbjørn Stabursvik und Hans Otto Engvold geschriebene "How RCA Brought Elvis To Europe - The Nordic Elvis Presley Discography 1956- 1977" wird mit folgenden Worten für den Februar 2016 angekündigt:

"This beautifully designed book contains unseen pictures and follows Elvis ascent from hottest act in The South via US stardom to becoming RCA Victor’s spearhead as the company launched the RCA label worldwide in 1956. It goes on to show how Europe was completely won over by the early 1960s.

The earliest international Elvis records are listed, and there is a guide to identify Elvis records from all European countries, including a summary of the earliest releases from each country. There are complete illustrated discographies (including variants) for all Nordic countries: Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Finland and Iceland. There is also a guide to first pressings of the 47 Elvis EP’s released in Germany for sale in Northern Europe.

Elvis’ reception in the Nordic countries is covered by a wealth of press cuttings, local film flyers and posters, ads, premiere dates, pictures and stories from handovers of Swedish and Norwegian record awards, and much previously unknown record company history. Among many revelations, the most surprising is perhaps how the Swedish company Electra engineered most of the Elvis activity taking place in Northern Europe.

Spliced in between are many amusing short stories, like when three Nordic Royal Princesses sought out Elvis on the set of G.I. Blues, or how the man behind RCA in Belgium started out smuggling records in the wings of his WW2 Royal Air Force Spitfire. Or the time Norway’s bestselling crooner met Elvis in RCA Studios on the day Hound Dog was recorded.

The story behind German Teldec’s earliest Elvis releases is completely rewritten along the way, and for record collectors there are many new discoveries – like why do records from some countries come with push-out centers while others have large center holes. Or how can it be that up to three different label variants may occur within the same print run. Or why were Europe’s earliest 45-singles sold in Sweden only and why did Denmark and Norway, each with tiny populations, issue respectively 46 and 56 different Elvis records?

And did Elvis really pose a threat to communist Eastern Europe when he served as a US Soldier in West Germany? Boy, he sure did. All these topics and plenty more are covered in How RCA Brought Elvis to Europe. And not to be forgotten: Free with the book’s first edition comes an UNRELEASED 1956 VINYL EP.

The book is written by Norwegians Sigbjørn Stabursvik and Hans Otto Engvold, supported by a network of experts from fourteen countries. Stabursvik knows things about records that most people don’t, while Engvold is a hound for detail in all things Elvis. Together they bring new insights on practically every page of this excellent book."

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He Touched Me - The Recording Session

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Die Doppel-LP "He Touched Me – The Recording Sessions" erscheint im Februar 2016 auf 180g Vinyl beim Sammler-Label "Follow That Dream" und wird den Titel "He Touched Me - The Recording Session" tragen.

Inhalt - Seite A:
He Touched Me (Take 2) - I’ve Got Confidence (Take 1) - Amazing Grace (Take 1 & 2) - Seeing Is Believing (Take 7) - An Evening Prayer (Take 3)

Seite B:
He Is My Everything (Take 1) - Bosom Of Abraham (Take 4) - An Evening Prayer (Take 2) - Lead Me, Guide Me (Master) - There Is No God But God (Take 1, 3, 4 & 2) - A Thing Called Love (Take 1)

Seite D:
I John (Take 1 - Incomplete) - Reach Out To Jesus (Take 1 - 7 & 9) - A Thing Called Love (Take 4 - 7 - Incomplete) - An Evening Prayer (Take 7)

Seite E:
Bosom Of Abraham (Take 5 - 7) - He Touched Me (Take 3 - Incomplete) - Seeing Is Believing (Take 11 & 12) - An Evening Prayer (Take 8) - A Thing Called Love (Rehearsal)

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Elvis - The West Coast Tours ’76

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Für Februar 2016 kündigt das Sammler-Label "Follow That Dream" die Doppel-CD "Elvis - The West Coast Tours ’76" an, welche je eine Shows aus San Francisco und Anaheim aus dem November des Jahres 1976 zum Inhalt haben wird.

CD 1 - 29.11.1976 - San Francisco:
Introduction: Also Sprach Zarathustra - C. C. Rider - I Got A Woman / Amen - Love Me - If You Love Me (Let Me Know) - You Gave Me A Mountain - Blue Suede Shoes - It’s Now Or Never - All Shook Up - (Let Me Be Your) Teddy Bear / Don’t Be Cruel  - And I Love You So - Fever - Bridge Over Troubled Water - Introductions - Early Mornin’ Rain - What’d I Say - Johnny B. Goode - Love Letters - School Days - Hurt - Hound Dog - Funny How Time Slips Away

CD 2 - 30.11.1976 - Anaheim:
Introduction: Also Sprach Zarathustra - C. C. Rider - I Got A Woman / Amen - Love Me - If You Love Me (Let Me Know) - You Gave Me A Mountain - Jailhouse Rock - It’s Now Or Never - All Shook Up - (Let Me Be Your) Teddy Bear / Don’t Be Cruel - And I Love You So - Fever - Bridge Over Troubled Water - Polk Salad Annie - Introductions - Early Mornin’ Rain - What’d I Say - Johnny B. Goode - Love Letters - School Day - Hurt - Hound Dog - Hawaiian Wedding Song - Blue Christmas - That’s All Right - Can’t Help Falling In Love - Closing Vamp

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