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Track Listing Elvis Presley FTD Edition

June 08, 2006 | Music
Here are the definitive cover art and track listing of the Follow That Dream re-release of the soundtrack "Elvis Presley". This edition comes as a 2 x CD set containing the original LP plus outtakes. Packaged in deluxe, fold-out format (7" EP size) with booklet featuring photos and memorabilia.

Disc 1

The Album:

Blue Suede Shoes
I'm Counting On You
I Got A Woman
One Sided Love Affair
I Love You Because
Just Because
Tutti Frutti
Trying To Get To You
I'm Gonna Sit Right Down And Cry (Over You)
I'll Never Let You Go (Little Darlin')
Blue Moon
Money Honey
Bonus Singles:
Heartbreak Hotel
I Was The One
Lawdy Miss Clawdy
Shake Rattle And Roll
My Baby Left Me
I Want You, I Need You, I Love You
First RCA Sessions:
I Got A Woman - incomplete unk tk no.
I Got A Woman - unk tk no.
Heartbreak Hotel - incomplete tk 4
Heartbreak Hotel - tk 5
Heartbreak Hotel - tk 6
Money Honey - fragments
Money Honey - incomplete tk 10
I'm Counting On You - tk 1
I'm Counting On You - incomplete unk tk no.
I'm Counting On You - tk 13
I'm Counting On You - incomplete tk 14
I Was The One - tk 1
I Was The One - tk 2 (false start)
I Was The One - tk 2
I Was The One - tk 3 (false start)
I Was The One - tk 7A (not master)
I Was The One - incomplete unk tk

Disc 2

The Dry Reverb Tape:

I'm Counting On You - tk 1
I'm Counting On You - incomplete tk 2
Session Outtakes:
Lawdy Miss Clawdy - tk 1
Lawdy Miss Clawdy - tk 2
Lawdy Miss Clawdy - tk 3
Lawdy Miss Clawdy - tk 4
Lawdy Miss Clawdy - tk 5
Lawdy Miss Clawdy - tk 6
Lawdy Miss Clawdy - tk 7
Lawdy Miss Clawdy - tk 8
Lawdy Miss Clawdy - tk 9
Lawdy Miss Clawdy - tk 10
Lawdy Miss Clawdy - tk 11
Lawdy Miss Clawdy - tk 12
Shake, Rattle And Roll - tk 1
Shake, Rattle And Roll - tk 2
Shake, Rattle And Roll - tk 3
Shake, Rattle And Roll - tk 5
Shake, Rattle And Roll - tk 6
Shake, Rattle And Roll - tk 7
Shake, Rattle And Roll - tk 8
Shake, Rattle And Roll - tk 9
Shake, Rattle And Roll - tk 10
Shake, Rattle And Roll - tk 11
Shake, Rattle And Roll - tk 12
Shake, Rattle And Roll - tk 12 (undubbed master)
I Want You, I Need You, I Love You - tk 1 (slate only)
I Want You, I Need You, I Love You - tk 3
I Want You, I Need You, I Love You - tk 4
I Want You, I Need You, I Love You - tk 5 (fragment)
I Want You, I Need You, I Love You - tk 13
I Want You, I Need You, I Love You - tk 14 (incomplete)
I Want You, I Need You, I Love You - tk 15
I Want You, I Need You, I Love You - tk 16
I Want You, I Need You, I Love You - tk 17

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Sean Ryan wrote on June 08, 2006
Incredible track listing.
Steve V wrote on June 08, 2006
WOW - Didnt realize they had all these outtakes. Too bad I bought it last year with the DSD gimmick, but I will have to buy this.
JerryNodak wrote on June 08, 2006
Steve V: Don't feel alone. I bought it last year too. Kevan Budd did a fantastic job. I was glad I bought it at the time. I'm looking forward to this 2 disc FTD version.
Steve V wrote on June 08, 2006
JerryNodak - I too was very happy with the Budd reissuses of the 50's albums. I will keep them for the car. This FTD will be the one I play at home! I hope there is sufficient material for the 2nd LP as well.
I am Buffalo-Horn! wrote on June 08, 2006
What's a "Dry Reverb Tape"? Surely if it's got reverb, or echo added, it's not dry!
Ciscoking wrote on June 08, 2006
This release is gonna be a winner..the outtakes alone are worth the money....
Sean Ryan wrote on June 08, 2006
i still think the Clambake release is better haha
Jim Hoff wrote on June 08, 2006
Cowabunga. I'll buy four copies. 1 for me and one for each of my three kids. And you know what! They will love me for it -:)
ext_mnx wrote on June 08, 2006
I will buy four copies too. my family and friend can not loose this fantastic job! WOWW I look the fantastic Elvis Presley job and I fee a thrill. like a fool child before a giant...
You Dont Know Me wrote on June 09, 2006
Gee I wasn't too sure about this release, but now i see this superb track listing i must get it! fantastic!
Greg Nolan wrote on June 09, 2006
Another classic album" on FTD, proving the cynics wrong... Steve V: that was no gimmick on last year's Kevan Budd remaster! I doubt the sound here will be improved: it' s the packaging and extras that make this a must-buy!
Renan Augusto wrote on June 09, 2006
"I Was The One" is one of my favourite tracks. I´m looking forward to it. Great release this will be.
newyorknewyork wrote on June 11, 2006
Oh no! Just when I've cut back on my spending another cd comes along. I have to have this one though. I really love "I'm Counting On You". It's brilliant.
MR61 wrote on June 11, 2006
Great cd but wheres the missing out takes what are they waiting till 2007 for elvis presley rerelease no7 with more out takes and dsd sound ect and not forgetting extra bonus tracks and also the vinyl release. With this release being his first lp they should do a box set with the whole lot on and call it Elvis Presley Sessions the complete box set and use the orginal art work plus a booklet with al the session notes ect and leave the sound alone NO REMIXES just the way the recorded it would suit me fine
PTCJones wrote on June 11, 2006
A very interesting album and I too am looking forward to the out-takes of I Was The One. To add to what Mark64 was saying, only three of the tracks from the original album are represented with out-takes. The rest are made up from bonus material added in 1997. Now before people start crawling all over me, it's just an observation and not a criticism. It would be great to have heard some of the earlier 9 takes of Blue Suede Shoes and Tutti Frutti or 17 takes of I’m Gonna Sit Right Down and Cry though.
Steve V wrote on June 11, 2006
Interesting observation PJones and I agree with it.
lray wrote on June 11, 2006
Yes it would be wonderful to have outtakes from Blue Suede Shoes and others. But they don't exist!!! Back in 1959 an executive at RCA ordered to destroy all outtakes of their recording artists at the time. Not just Elvis recordings but everyones. As for the outtakes from the early 56 sessions, this is it friends. Enjoy because it is unlikely we will ever hear anymore. These survived by accident. For some of you the glass may be half empty but for me it is half full. I am thrilled that these outtakes made it, against the odds.
PTCJones wrote on June 11, 2006
You may be right Lyle Ray as I heard a similar story about Buddy Holly's recordings. This "executive" must have been pretty bad at his job though, considering how many alternate takes exist already pre-59. The recent Loving You release by FTD for example, has around 50 takes of the title track and we have been spoilt over the years with countless alternate takes of 50's tracks. Who knows, Ernst and his crew seem to unearth recordings all the time, just look at the upcoming Sun project finding the new live version of That's All Right. Bootleg CD's like There's Always Me and Totally Stung have had alternate takes of I Was The One and Lawdy, Miss Clawdy for several years, so I'm not giving up hope just yet.
Tony C wrote on June 12, 2006
It is a shame that so few out-takes from the songs on the original LP version exist, most of those on this set relate to the bonus tracks. Many of the out-takes have been discovered at the ends of over-recorded tapes, which is why some are incomplete. I do not believe that BMG are holding out on us regarding the missing tapes, and that they are simply missing presumed destroyed. Regarding the previous comment about remixing these songs, no-one have ever said that they would be re-mixed. It is impossible to remix a mono tape as all of the sounds are locked together on one track on the tape. Remastering, which is being done, is a totally separate process which is done to improve the audio quality without changing the music.