The next Memphis Recording Service (UK) venture is a dance remix of ‘That’s All Right’ with Elvis Presley and Lucy Clark. It will be released on 29th January 2008 and exclusively available on Music Download Stores around the world (with the exception of the USA).
You can listen to a preview on the Memphis Recording Service Site.
From the press release:
The remix includes vocals by the sensational US singer Lucy Clark who was originally discovered in the 1980’s by Les Paul and has recorded with the likes of ‘Johnny Cash’ , Reggae artists ‘Sly Dunbar & Robbie Shakespeare’, ‘Keith Richards’, ‘Bon Jovi’ and many more. For more information on Lucy you can visit www.memphisrecordingservice.com for this and for details and sample of the new release.
The new remix is produced by Bob Harris and Clark Enslin (Johnny Cash, "The Great Lost Performance) Executive Producer Joseph Pirzada and is remixed by US producer Bob Harris and Mastered by Real Bouwman (MRS Release: New York RCA Studio 1).
Also available for download, is an extended 9 minute dance version and of course, the original dry version from 1954.
During February, Lucy Clark will be doing a Radio and TV tour of Europe to promote her duet with Elvis and a music video will begin shooting in New York and in New Jersey next week.
In the meantime there is no set date for a physical release except for the download stores.
However, EXCLUSIVE FOR ELVIS FANS wanting to hear a special preview of the mix can do so on Elvis Express Radio www.elvis-express.com where it will have its WORLD PREMIERE on Friday 25th January.
The links for the Music Download stores will be announced on day of release next week, so stay tuned.