Ernst Jorgensen On George Klein's Elvis Duets

Several websites mention that George Klein tries to sell three duets he acquired from Felton Jarvis' widow after Felton Jarvis Died. The duets with Larry Gatlin ("Help Me"), Jerry Reed ("Guitar Man") and Carl Perkins' ("Blue Suede Shoes") were produced after Elvis died as part of Felton Jarvis' 1980 -1981 "overdub" project from which we got the "Guitar Man" album.

We contacted Ernst Jorgensen about this, his reaction: "He has tried to sell them to us, and we told him that he has no rights to sell the tape for commercial use".
Source: Ernst Jørgensen / Updated: Mar 1, 2008 
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Jumpin Jehosaphat (profilecontact) wrote on Mar 6, 2008report abuse
Maybe Georgie need to money for a nose job, after it does look like an old fishing hook.
JimmyCool (profilecontact) wrote on Mar 3, 2008report abuse
I couldn't care less about those tapes.
Elvisnites (profilecontact) wrote on Mar 3, 2008report abuse
Its amazing how GK kept preaching he will never sell the tapes. What happened George?
Harvey Alexander (profilecontact) wrote on Mar 1, 2008report abuse more from the overdubbed 'Guitar Man' sessions.
dannyboy1 (profilecontact) wrote on Mar 1, 2008report abuse
Seriously, what money can be made from these? They are curiosities at best. There's not a single new note from Elvis on them. I'm not sure what Larry Gatlin sounds like, but as singers the other two make good guitar players. These would really only serve as an insight into the 1980-81 Guitar Man session, and frankly, most Elvis fans couldn't care less.
Jumpin Jehosaphat (profilecontact) wrote on Mar 1, 2008report abuse
Good old Georgie Klein he's like a Jack in the Box you wind him up enough and ups he Pops with something Else related to Elvis. But he Does have his claim to fame He recorded UT Party on the Sun label (a true disaster) but thats Georgie the King of the old hangers on.
JAG (profilecontact) wrote on Mar 1, 2008report abuse
I can see where George doesn't have the right to sell these tapes. However, I wish something could be worked out, so we the fans could benefit. Sounds like some very interesting stuff!
James69 (profilecontact) wrote on Mar 1, 2008report abuse
In other words Ernst, you want this tape for free, so then Sony/BMG can make money with this....Unreal....

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