The first Elvis Presley bootleg from 1970, "Please Release Me", has been released on CD, again, as a bootleg. The cover, label and tracklist are excatly the same as the original LP release. The CD is limited to 500 copies.
Fame And Fortune (Timex Special)
Stuck On You (Timex Special)
Teddy Bear (Movie Version - From a mint copy of the movie)
Got A Lot Of Livin' To Do (Movie Version - From a mint copy of the movie)
Treat Me Nice (Movie Version - From a mint copy of the movie)
Jailhouse Rock (Movie Version - From a mint copy of the movie)
A Cane And Highstarched Collar (Movie Version - From a mint copy of the movie)
The Lady Loves Me (Duet with Ann Margaret) (Movie Version - From a mint copy of the movie)
C'mon Everybody (Movie Version - From a mint copy of the movie)
Dominique (Movie Version - From a mint copy of the movie)
Baby What You Want Me To Do (Live)
Please Release MeNovember 08, 2006 | Music Source:Email
byebye wrote on November 08, 2006
Judging by the cover, it looks like "Please do not re release me".
Steve V wrote on November 08, 2006
Ciscoking wrote on November 09, 2006
When it came out it was a sensation..nowadays we can´t even laugh about it...skip this turkey..is it really a silver disc..??
dannyboy1 wrote on November 09, 2006
For collectability's sake I actually wouldn't mind trying to locate one of these.. but only if there were bonus tracks in keeping with the original concept. Songs like "Portrait Of My Love", "Just A Closer Walk With Thee", "Teardrops" and "Your Life Has Just Begun" haven't been released yet as far as I know.
BigRedGG wrote on November 09, 2006
Bizarre!!! What is the point?? Yes I will buy it 'cos I am a completist, but really what a strange choice. It is definitely factory pressed I hear.
Greg Nolan wrote on November 09, 2006
I'm not so sure of the content of the original LP but there's no denying it was a historic bootleg. It's before my time but I recall seeing it at least since the late '70s when I became a fan. If you recall that time, then it is a classic cover, if a bit primitive. So what's on it, gents?
Dan The Man wrote on November 09, 2006
Hi Greg. I Just looked it up and here it is: Fame and fortune(Sinatra show); Stuck on you(Sinatra show); Teddy Bear(soundtrack); Got a lot o' livin to do(Soundtrack); Jailhouse rock(soundtrack); A cane and a high starched collar(soundtrack); The lady loves me; c'mon everybody; Dominique(soundtrack); Baby what you want me to do; my baby is Gone; Interview. Thats It, but from what i've read there will be some other things on it too.
MR61 wrote on November 15, 2006
Greg take it from me dont bother this was made in england a long time ago and since then we have had better sounding versions released.
vegaselvisfan wrote on November 30, 2006
this was such a big deal when it was released. for my sentimental journey, i am very tempted to buy this. nice memory for me of the 70s...