Deleted Elvis Catalogue On FTD Label

As a direct consequence of BMG’s current streamlining of the world wide Elvis catalogue, a fair portion of Elvis’ original music becomes unavailable. It’s been agreed that Follow That Dream will re-release these masters in order that they will always be available to “real fans”. To make this attractive FTD is re-releasing the original albums along the following lines: 1) 7” format cover (like a single or EP) 2) Original back and front cover 3) 3 panel Gatefold sleeve 4) 8 page booklet with photos and memorabilia 5) Original album with original album EQ 6) Additionally all previously released outtakes (if space permits) 7) Additionally previously unreleased outtakes (when available and space permits) The first 3 titles are: “It Happened At The World's Fair”, “Fun In Acapulco” & “Girl Happy”. It Happened At The Worlds Fair ( 82876504092 1) Beyond The Bend - Relax* - Take Me To The Fair - They Remind Me Too Much Of You - One Broken Heart For Sale - I’m Falling In Love Tonight - Cotton Candy Land - A World Of Our Own - How Would You Like To Be - Happy Ending* - One Broken Heart For Sale (takes 2,3,1) - They Remind Me Too Much Of You (take 1) - I’m Falling In Love Tonight (take 1-4) - Beyond The Bend (take 1, 2) - Cotton Candy Land (take 1,2,4) - How Would You Like To Be (take 2) - They Remind Me Too Much Of You (take 4) - Beyond The Bend (take 3) Take Me To The Fair (take 6) - I’m Falling In Love Tonight (take 6) - They Remind Me Too Much Of You (take 6,7) - Relax (take 5,6,7*) - Happy Ending (take 4,5,6*) - Take Me To The Fair (August master-from acetate*) Compilation produced by Roger Semon & Ernst Mikael Jørgensen Mastered by Lene Reidel at Tocano Recorded August 30* & September 22, 1962 at Radio Recorders, Hollywood Original engineer: Dave Weichman Musicians: Scotty Moore: Guitar, Billy Strange: Guitar, Tiny Timbrell: Guitar, Ray Siegel: Bass, D.J. Fontana: Drums, Frank Carlson: Drums, Dudley Brooks: Piano & Organ, Don Robertson: Piano & Organ, Clifford Scott: Sax, The Mello Men-: Vocals(September 22) , The Jordanaires- Vocals(August 30) Girl Happy (82876504082 2) Girl Happy – Spring Fever – Fort Lauderdale Chamber Of Commerce - Startin’ Tonight – Wolf Call – Do Not Disturb – Cross My Heart And Hope To Die – The Meanest Girl In Town – Do The Clam – Puppet On A String – I’ve Got To Find My Baby – You’ll Be Gone – Puppet On A String (takes 5,6,7) – The Meanest Girl In Town (takes 7,8,9) – Spring Fever (take 4) – Do Not Disturb (takes 24,25,26,27) – Cross My Heart And Hope To Die (take 4) – Girl Happy (takes 1,2,3,4) – Puppet On A String (take 10) – Spring Fever (takes 18,19,21) – The Meanest Girl In Town (take 11) - Do Not Disturb (take 35) – Cross My Heart And Hope To Die (take 9,10,11) – Girl Happy (take 13 and take 4 of ending) Compilation produced by Ernst Mikael Jørgensen & Roger Semon Mastered by Lene Reidel at Tocano Original engineer: Dave Weichman Recorded June 10-12, 1964 at Radio Recorders, Hollywood Musicians: Scotty Moore: Guitar, Tiny Timbrell: Guitar, Tommy Tedesco: Guitar, Bob Moore: Bass, D.J.Fontana: Drums, Buddy Harman: Drums, Frank Carlson: Drums, Floyd Cramer: Piano, Boots Randolph: Sax, The Jordanaires: Vocals, The Jubilee Four (“Do The Clam” & “Wolf Call”): Vocals, The Carole Lombard Trio ( “Do The Clam”): Vocals Track 12: Recorded March 19, 1962 at RCA’s studio B, Nashville. Musicians at session: Scotty Moore: Guitar, Harold Bradley: Guitar, Grady Martin: Guitar and Vibes, Bob Moore: Bass, D.J. Fontana: Drums, Buddy Harman: Drums, Floyd Cramer: Piano, Boots Randolph: Sax and Vibes, Millie Kirkham: Vocals, The Jordanaires: Vocals. Original engineer: Bill Porter. Original A&R: Steve Sholes. Fun In Acapulco (82876504072 3) Fun In Acapulco - Vino, Dinero Y Amor – Mexico – El Toro – Marguerita – The Bullfighter Was A Lady – (There’s) No Room To Rhumba In A Sports Car – I Think I’m Gonna Like It Here – Bossa Nova Baby – You Can’t Say No In Acapulco – Guadalajara – Love Me Tonight – Slowly But Surely – Mexico (take 7) – The Bullfighter Was A Lady (remake take 17) – I Think I’m Gonna Like It Here (remake takes 18,19) - Bossa Nova Baby (takes 1,2) – The Bullfighter Was A Lady (takes 4,5,6) - Marguerita (take 6) – I Think I’m Gonna Like It Here (take 1) - Mexico (takes 1,2) – You Can’t Say No In Acapulco (takes 1,2,3,4) – Guadalajara (take 2) - Bossa Nova Baby (take 3) - Mexico (take 6) - I Think I’m Gonna Like It Here (takes 11,12,13-remake) - Guadalajara (takes 3,4) Compilation produced by Ernst Mikael Jørgensen & Roger Semon Mastered by Lene Reidel at Tocano Original engineer: Dave Weichman Recorded January 22 & 23, 1963 Radio Recorders, Hollywood Scotty Moore: Guitar, Tiny Timbrell: Guitar & Mandolin, Barney Kessel: Guitar, Ray Siegel: Bass, D.J. Fontana: Drums, Hal Blaine: Drums, Emil Radocchia: Percussion, Dudley Brooks: Piano, Anthony Terran: Trumpet, Rudolph Loera, The Jordanaires: Vocals, The Amigos: Vocals and Guitars Track 12 & 13 recorded at RCA’s Studio B, Nashville on May 26 & 27, 1963 respectively. Musicians at session: Scotty Moore: Guitar, Harold Bradley: Guitar, Grady Martin: Guitar, Jerry Kennedy: Guitar, Bob Moore: Bass, D.J. Fontana: Drums, Buddy Harman: Drums, Floyd Cramer: Piano, Boots Randolph: Sax, Vibes & Shakers, Millie Kirkham: Vocals, The Jordanaires: Vocals. Original engineer: Bill Porter. Original A & R: Steve Sholes
Source: Elvis Unlimited / Updated: Mar 3, 2003 
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