Cover Art All Shook Up

Here is the cover art of the upcoming Follow That Dream release "All Shook Up" which is set for release July 1, 2005. It contains Elvis' Las Vegas performance from August 26, 1969 (midnight show). Set for release on the same day is the 2 CD edition of "Elvis Today" and a seven inch package version of the "Tickle Me" soundtrack. Track listing: Blue Suede Shoes I Got A Woman All Shook Up Love Me Tender Jailhouse Rock / Don't Be Cruel Heartbreak Hotel Hound Dog I Can't Stop Loving You Mystery Train / Tiger Man (Monologue) Baby What You Want Me To Do Runaway Are You Lonesome Tonight? (laughing version) Rubberneckin' Yesterday / Hey Jude (Introductions) In The Ghetto This Is The Story Suspicious Minds Can't Help Falling In Love
Source: Elvis World Japan / Updated: May 20, 2005 

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ep3577 (profilecontact) wrote on May 26, 2005report abuse
Hands down great release! Now lets get the On Tour package released!
Eduardo (profilecontact) wrote on May 23, 2005report abuse
Eduardo May 24. Lex, Tony, emjel & Hank, do NOT agree with you totally ! While I like 69 shows too, I feel bad cover art and bad texts, no articles that explain our king's greatest business achievements (gold & plat sales/records like nobody in music EVER...etc) Plus the Outtakes packs are looking cheap indeed: Here I join Lindes and many more fans who think that Giles in the UK could have done better work. The same fgoes for BMG and the crew up there in NY's strategic elvis marketing dept. Why not bring out more 1972 and 1973 Vegas/Tahoe shows? Great renditions of r'n'roll medleys, etc. We've had enough of 74,75,76 shows in which you can hear elvis' voice was really not that fab anymore...our man had no more challenge in front of him and it showed, unfortunately. What about those 72 concerts that were all filmed by MGM (great music, full of zestand a motivated elvis) - Are they waiting to bring them all out together with the MGM re-make of Elvis on Tour? A box of concerts in Greensboro, Hamptons, Buffalo etc etc?? I do hope so. we hope elvis fans send in their reactions and comments on this one. Meanwhile, remember: elvisNEVERleftthebuilding
i saw the light (profilecontact) wrote on May 21, 2005report abuse
Nice cover, great concert, the sound will be great, and BAD (boring, sad, sterile - whatever) title! Why is it so hard for this bunch of people at ftd to invent a good title for this cd? Bootleg edition of this concert has a pretty title ( Are You Laughing Tonight). Why 'All Shook Up'????
Presleygirl (profilecontact) wrote on May 21, 2005report abuse
WOW! Great photo, great year! Can't wait to get this release in my hands! I like the cover, very nice!
hankfnsw (profilecontact) wrote on May 21, 2005report abuse
Cover is nearly great but please include Elvis's head. I really don't like the white space, that's my opinion.
emjel (profilecontact) wrote on May 20, 2005report abuse
Yes, out of all Elvis' Vegas shows '69-70 are the best. Good to see FTD are using the newly designed RCA logo that first appeared with the 68 comeback almbum. A nice touch.
Tony D. (profilecontact) wrote on May 20, 2005report abuse
I really like the cover too; it's just a shame they don't come up with more original titles for these great releases. ("Polk salad Annie", "So high", "Fame and fortune", etc). Just a minor criticism.
Lex (profilecontact) wrote on May 20, 2005report abuse
Finally an album to look really forward to! Great cover and great content.
Ton Bruins (profilecontact) wrote on May 20, 2005report abuse
Beautiful cover. Nice picture of Elvis. Elvis Live in '69: always good !
E.J.F... (profilecontact) wrote on May 20, 2005report abuse
Beautiful cover layout and great pic of Elvis. He really looked great in 1969/70. Can't wait to get my hands on this and the "Today" album. Thanks Ernst & Co. Keep 'em coming!!
CD King (profilecontact) wrote on May 20, 2005report abuse
Beautiful -excellent cover art. Elvis first Vegas Concerts are superbly brilliant. Sure's looking forward to this great FTD release.
Buddy Holly (profilecontact) wrote on May 20, 2005report abuse
Very nice.

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