Takin' Tahoe Tonight Cover

Finally available is the cover of the latest Follow That Dream release "Takin' Tahoe Tonight" with the May 13, 1973 Mothers Day concert. The image circulating the web appeared to be the photo used for this release. This CD is set for release on October 1st.
Source: For CD Collectors Only / Updated: Sep 29, 2003 

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whetherman (profilecontact) wrote on Sep 30, 2003report abuse
The sleeve design is pretty good in my opinion, but I'm more concerned with the music on the CD. I can't wait to hear this great concert in soundboard quality.
Steve Morse (profilecontact) wrote on Sep 30, 2003report abuse
Can I ask a dumb question? Was "Takin' Tahoe Tonight" actually used on the Billboard at the time, or is it just a mockup ? I have never before read any reference to it.
untamedhawk (profilecontact) wrote on Sep 30, 2003report abuse
This CD gives any Elvis fan the vision of what it looked like to be outside the concert hall just about to be entered. I see the perspective of the front cover, and behind the Front cover is the man doing the show ELVIS himself. Great job!! I guess I can truely say the only FTD that are in their own way Bad. are the one's we as fans don't have yet.lol
Neckywoudje (profilecontact) wrote on Sep 30, 2003report abuse
In my opinion, most FTD covers are great or at least ok. They are alway is style of the periond when the music on the disc was recorded, but also 2003. Like this one, pure mid 70's....really great!! I like this kind of covers better that the old ones like Promised Land, Today, From EP Boulevard, Pure Gold etc. They all looked the same backe then! I think the movie soundtracks have the best covers (original and FTD)
Hans Otto (profilecontact) wrote on Sep 30, 2003report abuse
Great cover! Something a bit different for a change. For those who complain; How many hundreds of record covers do you really want with just a picture of Elvis' smiling face? It's good when BMG/FTD once in a while tries something new. Style and taste do change. What people (and Colonel Parker) thought looked cool in 1961 does not go home with most people in 2003. So I think it's good when they produce CD-covers more in line with the century we now are actually living in. Hats off :-D
Albert (profilecontact) wrote on Sep 30, 2003report abuse
Well, at least it's something else :)It's a bit weird seeing an Elvis CD without him on the froncover. What was the last official cover (besides E1)? Live in Memphis?
It's kinda cool and nice in it's own way. Let's hope that the inside of the cover gives us some great pictures.
You Dont Know Me (profilecontact) wrote on Sep 29, 2003report abuse
This is a truly excellent cover- "inspiring" Well done FTD!
VanGogh (profilecontact) wrote on Sep 29, 2003report abuse
Yikes! I think the back cover is nice enough. I guess it's getting old to complain about every bad FTD cover, and even if they were wrapped in brown paper, I would buy them, but you really would think that they could do better than this. I think it's pretty safe to say that this is truly the single worst Elvis Album cover I have ever seen. A lot of people complained about Dragon Heart (I was not one of them), but Dragon Heart was far better than this one. Hey, how about everybody's top5 and bottom5 Elvis albun covers (no bootlegs).
RogerNL (profilecontact) wrote on Sep 29, 2003report abuse
Luv this cover, it breathes athmosphere, its a great show, really looking forward to hear it, hope the sound quality is good. But: better cover then the last couple of releases!

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