Kid Galahad And Follow That Dream FTD Details

Here is a track listing and cover art of the upcomoming FTD CD's we found on EPE's on-line Elvis store. The Follow that Dream soundtrack should contain a few lines of "On Top Of Old Smokey" of which Elvis sang a few lines in the film. Kid Galahad Compilation produced by Ernst Mikael Jørgensen & Roger Semon. Mastered by Lene Reidel at Tocano. Recorded at Radio Recorders studio B, Hollywood. Original Mono Master Masters 1) King Of The Whole Wide World 2:07(Ruth Batchelor/Bob Roberts) / 2) This Is Living 1:44 (Ben Weisman/Fred Wise) / 3) Riding The Rainbow 1:37 (Ben Weisman/Fred Wise) / 4) Home Is Where The Heart Is 1:49 (Sherman Edwards/Hal David) / 5) I Got Lucky 1:54 (Fuller/Weisman/Wise) / 6) A Whistling Tune 2:40 (Sherman Edwards/Hal David) Outtakes 7) King Of The Whole Wide World (1st version) - takes 1,2 4:09 (Ruth Batchelor/Bob Roberts) / 8) Home Is Where The Heart Is – takes 13,14 3:36 (Sherman Edwards/Hal David) / 9) Riding The Rainbow (1st version) – take 1 2:05 (Ben Weisman/Fred Wise) / 10) I Got Lucky (1st version - alternate master) – take 6 1:42 (Fuller/Weisman/Wise) / 11) King Of The Whole Wide World (1st version) - takes 7,8 3:35 (Ruth Batchelor/Bob Roberts) / 12) This Is Living - take 2 1:25 (Ben Weisman/Fred Wise) / 13) Home Is Where The Heart Is - takes 1,2,3,6,7 5:28 (Sherman Edwards/Hal David) / 14) King Of The Whole Wide World (1st version) – take 13 2:55 (Ruth Batchelor/Bob Roberts) / 15) A Whistling Tune - take 2 2:56 (Sherman Edwards/Hal David) / 16) King Of The Whole Wide World (1st version) - takes 14,15,16,17,20,21,25 7:31 (Ruth Batchelor/Bob Roberts) / 17) I Got Lucky (1st version) - take 1 1:41 (Fuller/Weisman/Wise) / 18) Home Is Where The Heart Is – take 10 3:23 (Sherman Edwards/Hal David) / 19) King Of The Whole Wide World (1st version) – take 31 2:56 (Ruth Batchelor/Bob Roberts) / 20) Riding The Rainbow (1st version) – take 7 2:03 (Ben Weisman/Fred Wise) / 21) King Of The Whole Wide World (2nd version) – takes 1,2,3 4:18 (Ruth Batchelor/Bob Roberts). Double Feature Stereo Masters 22) King Of The Whole Wide World 2:40 (Ruth Batchelor/Bob Roberts) / 23) This Is Living 1:43 (Ben Weisman/Fred Wise) / 24) Riding The Rainbow 1:37 (Ben Weisman/Fred Wise) / 25) Home Is Where The Heart Is 2:32 / (Sherman Edwards/Hal David) / 26) I Got Lucky 2:09 (Fuller/Weisman/Wise) / 27) A Whistling Tune 3:18 (Sherman Edwards/Hal David). Follow That Dream Recorded at RCA studio B, Nashville. Elvis sang a few lines of On Top Of Old Smokey in the film. This piece was recorded on the movie set. Compilation produced by Ernst Mikael Jørgensen & Roger Semon. Mastered by Lene Reidel at TOCANO Masters 1) Follow That Dream 1:37 (Fred Wise/Ben Weisman) / 2) Angel 2:38 (Sid Tepper/Roy C. Bennett) / 3) What A Wonderful Life 2:26 (Sid Wayne/Jerry Livingston) / 4) I’m Not The Marrying Kind 1:49 (Mack David/Sherman Edwards) / 5) Sound Advice 1:45 (Giant/Baum/Kaye) / 6) A Whistling Tune 2:18 (Sherman Edwards/Hal David) Outtakes 7) Angel – takes 1,2 4:32 (Sid Tepper/Roy C. Bennett) / 8) Follow That Dream – takes 1,2 2:16 (Fred Wise/Ben Weisman) / 9) What A Wonderful Life – takes 2,1 3:19 (Sid Wayne/Jerry Livingston) / 10) A Whistling Tune – takes 2,3 3:20 (Sherman Edwards/Hal David) / 11) Angel – take 4 2:56 (Sid Tepper/Roy C. Bennett) / 12) I’m Not The Marrying Kind – takes 2,3,4,6 4:28 (Mack David/Sherman Edwards) / 13) Follow That Dream – take 3 2:11 (Fred Wise/Ben Weisman) / 14) Sound Advice – take 1 1:59 (Giant/Baum/Kaye) / 15) Angel – take 5 2:53 (Sid Tepper/Roy C. Bennett) / 16) What A Wonderful Life – takes 3,4,5,6 5:58 (Sid Wayne/Jerry Livingston) / 17) Angel – take 6 2:48 (Sid Tepper/Roy C. Bennett) / 18) Follow That Dream – take 4 1:48 (Fred Wise/Ben Weisman) / 19) Angel – take 7 2:39 (Sid Tepper/Roy C. Bennett) / 20) Angel – vocal overdubs 2:48 (Sid Tepper/Roy C. Bennett) / 21) A Whistling Tune – take 4 (stereo master without overdub) 1:57 (Sherman Edwards/Hal David) / 22) On Top Of Old Smokey – 0:18 (Weavers & Terry Gilkyson).
Source: Shop Elvis / Updated: Nov 3, 2004 
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RonBaker (profilecontact) wrote on Nov 9, 2004report abuse
The stereo mixes on the Double Features were good... not messy as you would think. I'm sure these will be improved though... technology has improved...
lray (profilecontact) wrote on Nov 6, 2004report abuse
Remember also that outtakes for many of the soundtracks are missing (Roustabout, Speedway, Girls Girls Girls, etc.). That is why they have not done them yet. It will be interesting to see if they skip those or if they put them out anyway with the very few outtakes that do have, from those soundtracks. The new Tunzi book, Sessions 3, has more information about what is missing. Check page 618.
Girl Happy (profilecontact) wrote on Nov 6, 2004report abuse
Everyone is asking for "Roustabout" or "Girls!Girls!Girls!" but I would really like to have the soundtracks for "Live A Little" or "The Trouble With Girls" on a FTD soundtrack release. It would be great to have all the original soundtrack and the outtakes on one CD only. I really like "Live A Little" and "Stay Away Joe" and I'm sure the alternate takes are really interesting to listen to.
rai (profilecontact) wrote on Nov 6, 2004report abuse
Well said CD King. All we could wish for is more soundtracks FTD release in 7" format. I am very sure our wish will come true if Ernst Jorgensen and co stay incharge. Thanks for all the wonderful CD's you have been giving us. You don't know how much it meant for fans like me and all around the world. Keep up the good work.
Elvisa (profilecontact) wrote on Nov 5, 2004report abuse
Two great movie soundtracks from two great films hope Roustabout, Kissin' Cousins & Tickle Me are the next ones to be released keep up the good work...
Cruiser2145 (profilecontact) wrote on Nov 5, 2004report abuse
These 2 soundtrack recordings were worth their weight in gold when originally released as 45 rpm extended plays and yes, in mono! I'm debating whether to shell out the bucks for such, as alot of the material on these 2 has already been released on other FTD cd's and RCA/BMG compilations, unfortunately. Is it in fact, the original take 1 of "Follow That Dream"? I'd love to know. Girls! Girls! Girls! and Roustabout... now there's 2 soundtracks that definitely deserve to be put out on FTD cd; I will definitely buy them! As for these, I'm having a hard time; afterall, how many times can one listen to the same songs over and over, although the Follow That Dream is worth it, to be honest.
CD King (profilecontact) wrote on Nov 4, 2004report abuse
If FTD ever comes out with a 7" TICKLE ME Soundtrack, which I hope they will - they must use the original USA EP Cover Artwork. The inside they can use the TICKLE ME EP Volume 2 from RCA England. What a great CD that will be..
Renan Augusto (profilecontact) wrote on Nov 4, 2004report abuse
This is very nice. A real gem is "Home Is Where The Heart Is". I hope we can get these releases as soon as possible.
Keep´em coming Ernst..
Lou A (profilecontact) wrote on Nov 4, 2004report abuse
The packaging and the extra tracks make each of these soudtrack releases very special. I hope the get around to doing all of the Movie soundtracks, and I'm definately in favor of a Tickle Me release like the LP that came out a couple of years ago.
luckyjackson85 (profilecontact) wrote on Nov 3, 2004report abuse
Wow!! First off I would just like to say I am very pleased with FTD releasing these two soundtracks I never thought "Follow That Dream" Or "Kid Galahad" would see the light of day for a while. This is most definitely a welcome surprise when I first heard about a week or two after "Double Trouble" was released I thought the weren't going to release any more this year again a wonderful surprise by FTD. Thank you again FTD I hope I get these two for Christmas. I hope the next batch contains "Roustabout" "Kissin Cousins" and "Girls! Girls! Girls!" By the way, it's nice to see that On Top of Ol Smokey will finally be released good job Ernst and Roger.
elvis_77 (profilecontact) wrote on Nov 3, 2004report abuse
This is great news. I love the 7" FTD releases. I have every one of them. I wasn't born when the original Elvis stuff came out so I love the original EP design and all the extra stuff. I hope FTD will release some 7" classic albums with outtakes like "Raised on Rock" and "Fool." As far as FTD soundtracks go I would love to see a 7" soundtrack of "Tickle Me", "King Creole", and "Jailhouse Rock." Being from Virginia I'd also love to see a Virginia soundboard show released. I am happy with everything Ernest does. Thanks for all the devoted time to us Elvis fans. Keep the FTD releases coming.
CD King (profilecontact) wrote on Nov 3, 2004report abuse
Both KID GALAHAD and FOLLOW THAT DREAM are very excellent movies and their Soundtracks are also Superb. I am very happy that at last we will get them both on 7" FTD format with many alternate & outtakes etc.. It is indeed a dream come true..Thank you Ernst Jorgensen and BMG - GOD Bless you all. How about MORE please, like GIRLS!GIRLS!GIRLS!, Roustabout & Kissin Cousins..
JerryNodak (profilecontact) wrote on Nov 3, 2004report abuse
To EJF:The six songs included on the original "Kid Galahad" EP were released in mono. When the songs were released on the Doouble Features series the songs were all released in stereo for the first time. Additionally: "King of The Whole Wide World"; "Home Is Where The Heart Is"; and "A Whistling Tune" which had all been shortened for EP release were all released in their unedited form.
JerryNodak (profilecontact) wrote on Nov 3, 2004report abuse
To Jon Thor: The "Follow That Dream" cover says 4 songs because only four of the five songs in the movie were included on the original EP. "Sound Advice" was not included at Elvis' request. He didn't care for the song. I've always found it rather catchy myself.
Neckywoudje (profilecontact) wrote on Nov 3, 2004report abuse
These releases were originally EP's , wit four and six songs on it. I'm glad they didn't change it on the cover. And let's be honest, there are just four or six songs on it (in several different versions, though)
Jon Thor (profilecontact) wrote on Nov 3, 2004report abuse
Can anyone tell my why the cover for Follow That Dream states that it has four songs? Did it orginally have four songs or six? Or more?
Neckywoudje (profilecontact) wrote on Nov 3, 2004report abuse
Have I said this allready? These releases are great! It's fantastic to have old ep's in full-length albums with original cover (at least, close to original cover). These to ep's are much more fun than paradise of double trouble. I hope they release easy come easy go, though (at least that one has a stunning cover). What's your opinion about his gerry?
E.J.F... (profilecontact) wrote on Nov 3, 2004report abuse
Still no info on whether the "Follow That Dream" Masters are the long lost stereo ones or not. Does anyone know? And what exactly are the "Kid Galahad" Double Feature Stereo Masters? Are the original stereo masters lost too, and they're using the later (perhaps poorer) generation tapes or what? I wish Ernst & Roger would explain please.
Nice touch to finally have On Top Of Old Smokey where it belongs although we've had it ages ago on various bootlegs.

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