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C'mon Everybody

The 1971 'C'mon Everybody' Camden release was never released by Sony on CD. Now the bootleggers step in. The 'classic' will be released in a full color glossy three panel digipack with the original tracks (all taken from the latest brilliant Vic Anesini masters) and five additional bonus tracks and two unreleased versions of songs from the album (both are actually released on the FTD label). This release is limited to 500 copies.

Tracklisting:

1. C’mon Everybody
2. Angel
3. Easy Come, Easy Go
4. A Whistling Tune
5. Follow That Dream
6. King Of The Whole Wide World
7. I’ll Take Love
8. Today, Tomorrow And Forever
9. I’m Not The Marrying Kind
10. This Is Living

Bonus tracks:

11. Santa Lucia – Master (Newly found source)
12. If You Think I Don't Need You – take 2 (unreleased on CD)
13. The Lady Loves Me – take 2 (unreleased on CD)
14. A Whistling Tune - Take 3 (July 1961 Version)
15. King Of The Whole Wide World - Take 25
 

Source: elv75 / Updated: Aug 24, 2011
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You Dont Know Me (profilecontact) wrote on Sep 29, 2011report abuse
I agree MickC and thats why i just bought it because i didn't have the FTD vinyl!
MickC (profilecontact) wrote on Sep 1, 2011report abuse
Whatever about the quality overall of the songs on this release there are two takes on it that Sony, in what I consider to be a very mean action released only on vinyl. This relates to the FTD cd and vinyl releases of "Viva Las Vegas". For fans/collectors who try and get all the unreleased takes and don't want to buy the vinyl release this is the first opportunity to get take 2 of "The Lady Loves Me" and take 2 of "If You Think I Don't Need You". So there is something for someone here. We cannot presume that Sony will release these takes on cd in the near future.
japio (profilecontact) wrote on Aug 28, 2011report abuse
i can understand everybody who'slike this kind of releases. But don't undetstand why do we keep fooling ouselfs. when we buy this kind of releases. Tell me the difference of Santa Lucia.There is no other take available. And almost every month a cd from this people.. Save your money for a decent product. And you'll have to pay too much for a cd that lasts only 35 minutes.
kink56 (profilecontact) wrote on Aug 27, 2011report abuse
Thank you Benny Scott
benny scott (profilecontact) wrote on Aug 27, 2011report abuse
Totally apart from the opinions about the content of this forthcoming CD : Santa Claus, : the cover will NOT be like the above picture. The cover which will be released is to see downwards in the middle of the annoncement picture, i.e. the original of the 1971 release . Just for your info. Always El.
Lefty (profilecontact) wrote on Aug 27, 2011report abuse
I was around when the budget LP's were released, and I couldn't understand then why such a great performer was churning out junk while other big names were releasing LP's that were works of art. All these years later, and I still don't understand. The Camden LP's were cheaply made, cheaply priced, and were given little or no thought by the producers. I would see them in the "bargain bins" at the Five and Dime the day they were released. Sad. No wonder Elvis struggled with selling studio recordings in the 70's. His own label worked against him. RCA should have kept to quality high, as they did with the "Legendary Performer" series.
bajo (profilecontact) wrote on Aug 26, 2011report abuse
By the time the Camden LP's were released, they served some kind of purpose. Because the material used on those albums were previously unreleased on LP or unreleased overall. Flaming Star, Let's Be Friends, Almost In Love, You'll Never Walk Alone, C'mon Everybody and I Got Lucky were well received at the time. Even the classic Elvis' Christmas Album on Camden really hit the mark. From that series only the Christmas Album and C'mon Everybody remain unreleased on CD. (The Camden Christmas album has actually been released under a few different titles and covers and gained Gold and Platinum status on their own.)

The policy changed and we had Elvis Sings Hits From His Movies, Burning Love (Hits From His Movies vol 2) and Separate Ways. Taking away the impact a Standing Room Only album may have made. Those three contained for the most part previously released material. Using two of Elvis best singles of that era onto a bunch of soundtrack songs really made no sence at all!

But, since we've had those Camden CD's we've had so far, it would be only naturla to have C'mon Everybody also. I Got Lucky used the latest upgrade and stereo versions of the songs on the original mono album, and sounds great. The same should have been done to C'mon Everybody also imo. (I have made my own CDR of it, using the best sounding new stereo versions available)
benny scott (profilecontact) wrote on Aug 26, 2011report abuse
kink56 : check Ebay The Netherlands, (Holland), Elvis Presley, CDs, New, Buy It Now. Always El.
Harvey Alexander (profilecontact) wrote on Aug 26, 2011report abuse
Is it any wonder the Elvis World is in such a state? Some people will buy ANYTHING - this being a perfect case in point. A hotch-potch budget album of very average tracks (some of them horrible - 'I'll Take Love' - ouch!!!) slapped onto a bootleg CD and...hey presto, the loons MUST buy it because it's Elvis! The spirit of Colonel Parker is alive and well.
kink56 (profilecontact) wrote on Aug 26, 2011report abuse
I searched the internet, where I can buy a copy?
kink56 (profilecontact) wrote on Aug 25, 2011report abuse
I would expect the Sony version will be made available eventually, as well as another bunch of sountracks like they did a couple of years ago, but I may buy this JUST IN CASE!
Herman (profilecontact) wrote on Aug 25, 2011report abuse
Why was this one not releases on cd at the same time that the other camden where released on cd ?
Very strange, we have Almost in love, Seperate ways and a lot other camden titels but until today not this one.....
lacke lee (profilecontact) wrote on Aug 25, 2011report abuse
i have this on cd already but it's in a carboard sleeve like a cdsingle without the bonus songs so i guess this will be a upgread for me. i just say bring more of this relese lp out on cd i love to collect cd's that was relesed on lp when elvis was alive
al shookup (profilecontact) wrote on Aug 25, 2011report abuse
In my view this is a motley collection of songs and they will be lucky to sell 500. Talk about "scraping the bottom of the barrel?"
Tony C (profilecontact) wrote on Aug 25, 2011report abuse
All of the new masters prepared by Vic Anesini were made available on the complete masters box set, they simply copy them from that. This album does hold great memories for me, it was the very early days of my record buying and the contents were new to me. If a budget Sony version were to be released, I would probably buy that, but not one of these bootleg versions.
EJF (profilecontact) wrote on Aug 25, 2011report abuse
Can someone please enlighten me on how the bootleggers got hold of "the latest brilliant Vic Anesini masters"?! I don't suppose Ernst is giving a helping hand in this. My guess is this is all just hype.
Santa Claus (profilecontact) wrote on Aug 25, 2011report abuse
For me these releases are loosing their charm when bonus-songs are added or covers get altered.
Kels (profilecontact) wrote on Aug 24, 2011report abuse
Cool! Gotta admit this is my favorite of the Camdens (I have a soft spot for them, since I was a kid in the '70's and to be able to get an Elvis album for $2.99 was a godsend for a kid whose income consisted of tooth fairy money!) and it'll be nice to have a few bonus tracks to extend the playing field to at least 35 minutes or so! (Especially if a couple of them have yet to get the FTD treatment.)

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