FTD October 2005 Releases - Only Summer Festival

Contrary to previous news reports only the "Summer Festival" soundboard CD with Elvis' dinner show performance from August 11, 1972 will be released by the Follow that Dream label in October. Ernst Jorgensen informed Elvis Australia that "Loving You" and "Something for Everybody" are delayed due to his recent illness which he is still recovering from. So they will be released, just not in October.
Source: Elvis Australia / Updated: Aug 25, 2005 
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Sean Ryan (profilecontact) wrote on Aug 28, 2005report abuse
Ton Bruins, if you have heard the new version of 'mean woman blues' which is gonna be on the loving you cd it will be worth getting, believe me.
xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx (profilecontact) wrote on Aug 26, 2005report abuse
I think that the next soundboard a 1976 concert is and I think it`s an august 1 or 30th= .The next 7inch will be Elvis fool or now and the next soundtrack I think is GI blues. Maybe a bed? for the next 3 FTD`s .
Santa Claus (profilecontact) wrote on Aug 26, 2005report abuse
Right elpete. Almost good news to see this new triple of "Already have it all elsewhere" releases not coming out. Hope they cleared Ernst's mind in the hospital,too. So he will mix a little interesting stuff under the boring triple packs in the future, that also satisfies the older fans. All the fans around me were happy with this news. Made me think about what FTD has become.
xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx (profilecontact) wrote on Aug 25, 2005report abuse
If FTD released this kind of cd`s , what will be the next sony/bmg. I think It would be a very cheap year for me.
Ton Bruins (profilecontact) wrote on Aug 25, 2005report abuse
Cheap month for me....lol. Was not waiting for "Loving You" and "Something For Everybody" anyway.
E.J.F... (profilecontact) wrote on Aug 25, 2005report abuse
Oh dear! Does this has anything to do with Ernst's recent ill-health? If that is the case and with all respect to Roger Semon and everyone else involved, it shows how valuable his work for the FTD label is. At the risk of sounding selfish I wish you Ernst a speedy recovery and back at the helm of future FTD releases.

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