Tickle Me Details

Here are the tracklist and other details for the Tickle Me FTD release that will be out on July 1. The CD is available for pre order, just as the Follow That Dream 2 CD edition of "Elvis Today" and "All Shook Up" with Elvis' August 26, 1969 (midnight show) which will be released on the same day. I Feel That I’ve Known You Forever (Doc Pomus/Mort Shuman) Recorded March 19, 1962) Slowly But Surely (Sid Wayne/Ben Weisman) Recorded May 27,1963 Night Rider (Doc Pomus/Mort Shuman) Recorded October 15, 1961 Put The Blame On Me (Twomey/Wise/Blagman) Recorded March 12, 1961 Dirty, Dirty Feeling (Leiber/Stoller) Recorded April 3, 1960 It Feels So Right (Fred Wise/Ben Wiseman) Recorded March 20, 1960 (Such An) Easy Question (Otis Blackwell/Winfield Scott) Recorded March 18, 1962 (It’s A) Long Lonely Highway (single master) (Doc Pomus/Mort Shuman) Recorded May 27, 1963 I’m Yours (undubbed single master) (Don Robertson) Recorded June 25, 1961 Something Blue (Paul Evans/Al Byron) Recorded March 18, 1962 Make Me Know It (Otis Blackwell) Recorded March 20, 1960 Just For Old Time Sake (Sid Tepper/Roy C. Bennett) Recorded March 18, 1962 Gonna Get Back Home Somehow (Pomus/Shuman) Recorded March 18, 1962 There’s Always Me (Don Robertson) Recorded March 12, 1961 Allied Artists’ Radio Trailer (version 1) Slowly But Surely (take 1) (Sid Wayne/Ben Weisman) Recorded May 27,1963 It Feels So Right (take 2) (Fred Wise/Ben Wiseman) Recorded March 20, 1960 I’m Yours (LP master) (Don Robertson) Recorded June 25, 1961 (It’s A) Long Lonely Highway (LP master) (Doc Pomus/Mort Shuman) Recorded May 27, 1963 I Feel That I’ve Known You Forever (take 3) (Doc Pomus/Mort Shuman) Recorded March 19, 1962) Night Rider (take 5) (Doc Pomus/Mort Shuman) Recorded March 18, 1962 Dirty, Dirty Feeling (take 1) (Leiber/Stoller) Recorded April 3, 1960 Put The Blame On Me (take 1 & 2) (Twomey/Wise/Blagman) Recorded March 12, 1961 (Such An) Easy Question (Otis Blackwell/Winfield Scott) Recorded March 18, 1962 Allied Artists’ Radio Trailer (version 2) Compilation produced by: Ernst Mikael Jørgensen & Roger Semon Mastered by: Lene Reidel at Tocano All selections recorded at RCA’s studio B, Nashville. Original A&R: Steve Sholes and Chet Atkins Original engineer: Bill Porter Catalog number: 8287670305-2
Source: Elvis Unlimited / Updated: Jun 6, 2005 

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caseyiodine (profilecontact) wrote on Jun 7, 2005
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JerryNodak (profilecontact) wrote on Jun 7, 2005report abuse
Re: The songs included that weren't originally used in "Tickle Me". It doesn't bother me. They're great songs. I'll consider them bonus songs. Many of the soundtrack albums had them. Can't wait to get this. Fun, fun, fun!!
Jeoliverm (profilecontact) wrote on Jun 7, 2005report abuse
Wonderful: I agree with the three opinions. Emjel, I wonder why they put those songs here but CD King is giving to us hope! (let's wait the explanation, if any, of Jorgensen et al. in the booklet). And, yep!, I also agree with Neckywoudje (I've had to watch at least three times your nick to learn it and write it properly - yes, sure I've forgotten it again-), the very important thing here is the cover. Anyway, Tickle Me didn't have its own soundtrack, but the songs selected for the movie were GREAT. So let's have (lots of!) fun with it.
CD King (profilecontact) wrote on Jun 6, 2005report abuse
Either originally these 5 songs were chosen for the movie TICKLE ME but were not used. Or they were used/filmed for the movie but cut out in the final print and scenes of Elvis singing There's Always Me, Make Me Know It, Just For Old Time Sake, Something Blue and Gonna Get Back Home Somehow are now in the hollywood vault. That will be awesome! Well, we can always dream can't we?
Neckywoudje (profilecontact) wrote on Jun 6, 2005report abuse
On first sight, the tracklisting is the same as the LP version released some years ago. At least, this one has the original cover, which the lp version didn't have. This cd is released just for fun, I guess. It's great to have all the original vinyl on cd, that's why the recent single set wast so cool. This isn't about the songs, it's about the cover actually.
emjel (profilecontact) wrote on Jun 6, 2005report abuse
I'm obviously missing something here, but since when have "Something Blue", "Make Me Know It", "Just For Old Times Sake", "Gonna get Back Somehow", "There's Always Me" had anything to do with the Tickle Me soundtrack. We had "Make Me Know It" 2 months ago on EIB. And what's going to happen with the revamped "Pot Luck" album or has that been shelved. Surely there are more outtakes available than the 7 indicated here.

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