A new release that will be very welcomed by the Elvis Fans is "Keep following that dream" by Kwimper Records. For the first time ever Kwimper Records present you the "Complete follow that dream" recording sessions from the first generation tapes. As an added bonus Kwimper Records included the actual masters.
But since these were cut from the master tape and BMG seems to have lost four of them, these had to be included from a mono source, on behalf of BMG Kwimper apologizes. This is a CD that you will play over and over again. Especially now with the other so-called Import CD's with counterfeits or remixed versions that were made on a computer, this CD sound like a fresh wind of air.
As we received the news on the release of "Keep Following That Dream" we also received information on the release of the "Complete Follow That Dream Sessions"
Complete Follow That Dream Sessions to be released
This coming release contains the entire July 2nd, 1961 session in stunning sound-quality: all outtakes are in bright and punchy stereo. The tracks are:
Angel takes 1 - 7, Follow That Dream takes 1 - 5, What A Wonderful Life takes 1 - 6, I'm Not The Marrying Kind takes 1 - 7, A Whistling Tune takes 1 - 3, Sound Advice takes 1 - 5. The listener gets a unique inside glimpse of Elvis at work in the studio, surrounded by some of Nashville's finest players like Hank Garland, Buddy Harman and Floyd Cramer. We've also included takes 1 -7 of the October 1961 re-recording of A Whistling Tune, and all the masters of the Follow That Dream session.
Also included is an unique recording: a July 1954 broadcast of Dewey Phillips playing 'That's All Right Mama' on his show RED HOT & BLUE on WHBQ!!! Taken from acetate, this is something for the collectors. And the main difference between both "Follow That Dream Sessions" releases.