Rockin' Across Texas Available For Pre-order

The upcoming book by Stanley Oberst and Ernst Jorgensen titled "Rockin' Across Texas" with two soundboard recordings from June 19, 1974, Amarillo, Texas and the July 3, 1976, Fort Worth, Texas and 1960 interview recording with Elvis and Colonel Tom Parker is available for pre-order. Use the shoplink below for an on-line store near you. Track Listing: Disc 1 - Amarillo See See Rider 2:46 / I Got A Woman/Amen 6:46 / Love Me 1:44 //Trying To Get To You 2:52 / All Shook Up 1:08 / Love Me Tender 1:49 / Hound Dog 1:23 / Fever 3:06 / Polk Salad Annie 4:33 / Why Me Lord 3:42 / Suspicious Minds 3:48 / Introductions 3:21 / I Can’t Stop Loving You 2:30 / Help Me 2:52 / An American Trilogy 3:51 / Let Me Be There 3:41 / Heartbreak Hotel 2:49 / Funny How Time Slips Away 3:51/ Big Boss Man 3:32 / Can’t Help Falling In Love 0:34 / Interview. Odessa, Texas. 1960 (4:55) Disc 2 - Fort Worth See See Rider 4:19 / I Got A Woman/Amen 7:20 / Love Me 3:04 / If You Love Me 2:54 / You Gave Me A Mountain 3:16 / All Shook Up 1:09 / (Let Me Be Your) Teddy Bear 0:50 / Don’t Be Cruel 1:12 / And I Love You So 3:28 / Jailhouse Rock 1:36 / Fever 3:05 / America 3:10 /Polk Salad Annie 4:35 / Introductions / Early Morning Rain, What’d I Say, Johnny B. Goode, Introductions, Love Letters, School Days / Hurt 4:01 / Hound Dog 3:00 / Funny How Time Slips Away 4:36 / Can’t Help Falling In Love 4:08 / Closing Vamp
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asd123 (profilecontact) wrote on Mar 5, 2005report abuse
I hope the coverdesign will be like on the latest elvisnews wallpaper! It's the same cover but the colours have been re-designed a little, and that makes it looking less cheap!
glennd (profilecontact) wrote on Mar 5, 2005report abuse
Is this really the cover for the FTD release ? It looks good but I think it didn´t fit to the CDs, so why ? I hope they use a picture from the shows we get on the CDs. TCB.
roytcbintheuk (profilecontact) wrote on Mar 5, 2005report abuse
Good point Techy viola,does anyone know its content or is the same as the previous book released by oberst with a different cover! answers please?
Ton Bruins (profilecontact) wrote on Mar 5, 2005report abuse
I think it's a great release, but as I said before with the "That's The Way It Was" release from FTD I find it too expensive. I heard that we have to pay about 79 euro's for the "Texas" release. I am afraid that many Elvis fans find that too much. Maybe I will buy it later, but now with the other releases "Elvis Is Back", "Big Boss Man" and some bootlegs like "A Legendary Performer, vol. 5" and "Keep The Fire Burning" I skipp the "Texas" release.
Techy_Viola (profilecontact) wrote on Mar 5, 2005report abuse
How does this book differ from Obersts's other book about the same subject 'Elvis in Texas: The Undiscovered King 1954-1958'. Does this mean this is a way for BMG to get people to shell out for the price of the book when all they want is the Cds as they already have Oberst's original book?
CD King (profilecontact) wrote on Mar 5, 2005report abuse
What a brilliant release. Thank you Ernst Jorgensen. Sure can't wait for this gem of a book with 2 soundboard CDs.

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