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Complete I Found My Thrill Cover Art

July 09, 2006 | Music
Here is the complete cover art of the latest Follow That Dream live release "I Found My Thrill" featuring features Elvis' Jan 27th Dinner Show from his first 1974 Las Vegas season.

Tracklist:
1: Also Sprach Zarathustra
2: See See Rider
3: I Got A Woman /Amen
4: Love Me
5: Let Me Be There
6: You've Lost That Loving Feeling
7: Sweet Caroline
8: Love Me Tender
9: Long Tall Sally etc Rock Medley
10: Fever
11: Polk Salad Annie
12: Spanish Eyes
13: Suspicious Minds
14: Introductions
15: I Can't Stop Loving You
16: Help Me
17: American Trilogy
18: Let Me Be There (reprise)
19: Can't Help Falling In Love
20: My Baby Left Me (Jan 28 MS)
21: Trying To Get To You (Jan 28 MS)
22: The First Time Ever I Saw You Face (Feb 1 MS)
23: 'I Found My Thrill' Medley - Blueberry Hill/I Can't Stop Loving You (splice, various shows)
Source:Elvis Information Network

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Jth wrote on July 09, 2006
Why the heck is the RCA logo used on this release but almost never on the Classic albums-releases, that originally featured the RCA logo on the vinyl's? BMG, get rid of the RCA logo on this release and put them on the classic albums (soundtrack albums and studio albums that were released during Elvis' lifetime), and put the FTD logo on this release!
Sergio_Luiz wrote on July 09, 2006
Best cover yet? I think that finally FTD is doing justice to the content with covers like this one. Two thumbs up.
David Brys wrote on July 10, 2006
Looks great indeed! I have no big problems with the 'bad' covers though. The 'real' albums of Elvis during his lifetime weren't always that spectacular as well, but they did grow on all of us. Can't win 'em all.
E.J.F... wrote on July 10, 2006
Nice cover indeed, one of the best so far. But I tend to agree with Jth. The RCA logo is out of place on this release but should always be included in the classic releases.
EspenK wrote on July 10, 2006
Agree with the RCA comments, but apart from that this is tremendeous work in so many ways: It stays true to a typical 70s look on the artwork, the pictures used match the title of the album, the design is simple but not "cheap", it makes you want to look closer at this cover. One of the best, if not *the* best cover so far. Very good, FTD!
Mathias wrote on July 14, 2006
I don`t buy a release for it`s cover only for its content! But here the problem begins, an average show with poor soundquality! I want to enjoy Elvis and his music in the best possible sound, if they can`t deliver a better product they shouldn`t release such crap!Dragonheart was worse, but this is even worser!