Various sources claim that the November Follow That Dream releases "Pot Luck" and "Girls! Girls! Girls!" are due for release next week. Apparently something went wrong with the colorprints for the latter title causing a slight delay.
The track listing:
Girls! Girls! Girls!
Girls! Girls! Girls!
I Don’t Wanna Be Tied
Where Do You Come From
I Don’t Want To
We’ll Be Together
A Boy Like Me, A Girl Like You
Return To Sender
Because Of Love
Thanks To The Rolling Sea
Song Of The Shrimp
The Walls Have Ears
We’re Coming In Loaded
New Bonus Songs
End Title: Dainty Little Moonbeams/Girls! Girls! Girls!
A Boy Like Me, A Girl Like You (takes 1, 2)
Mama (takes 1, 2, 3, 4)
Thanks To The Rolling Sea (take 3)
Where Do You Come From (take 13)
Earth Boy (movie version-splice of take 2 & 4)
We’ll Be Together (takes 8,10)
Mama (takes 5, 6, 7, 8)
I Don’t Wanna Be Tied (movie version-take 8 & take 10 intro)
A Boy Like Me, A Girl Like You (takes 3, 4)
Thanks To The Rolling Sea (take 10)
Plantation Rock (take 17 & insert)
Mama (take 9)
Mama (The Amigos)
Mama (1970 Let’s Be Friends album version)
CD 1: Original Album
Kiss Me Quick
Just For Old Time Sake
Gonna Get Back Home Somehow
(Such An) Easy Question
Steppin’ Out Of Line
I Feel That I’ve Known You Forever
Fountain Of Love
That’s Someone You Never Forget
She’s Not You
Just Tell Her Jim Said Hello
You’ll Be Gone
For The Millionth And The Last Time
I Met Her Today
Kiss Me Quick (take 1)
Just For Old Time Sake (take 1)
Gonna Get Back Somehow (take 1)
(Such An) Easy Question (take 2)
I’m Yours (take 1)
Something Blue (take 1*)
Suspicion (take 1*)
I Feel That I’ve Known You Forever (take 1)
Night Rider (take 1)
Fountain Of Love (takes 1, 2)
That’s Someone You Never Forget (take 1)
She’s Not You (take 1)
Just Tell Her Jim Said Hello (take 1)
You’ll Be Gone (take 1)
For The Millionth And The Last Time (take 1)
I Met Her Today (take 1)
CD 2: March 1962 Session
Something Blue (take 2)
Something Blue (takes 3, 4)
Gonna Get Back Home Somehow (take 2)
Gonna Get Back Home Somehow (takes 3*, 5)
(Such An) Easy Question (takes 1, 3)
Fountain Of Love (takes 4*, 9*)
Just For Old Time Sake (takes 2*, 3, 4)
Night Rider (takes 2, 3)
Night Rider (take 5)
You’ll Be Gone (take 2)
You’ll Be Gone (take 4)
I Feel That I’ve Know You Forever (takes 4*, 3)
Just Tell Her Jim Said Hello (take 2)
Just Tell Her Jim Said Hello (take 4)
Just Tell Her Jim Said Hello (take 5)
Suspicion (takes 3*, 2)
She’s Not You (take 2*, WP take 4)
October 1961 Session
For The Millionth And The last Time (takes 10*, 7*)
I Met Her Today (take 4)
I Met Her Today (takes 8, 9)
I Met Her Today (take 16)
Night Rider (takes 1-FS, 2)
June 1961 Session
Kiss Me Quick (take 4)
I’m Yours (take 2)
I’m Yours (take 4)
I’m Yours (take 5)
That’s Someone You Never Forget (take 5)
That’s Someone You Never Forget (take 7)
Follow That Dream Releases Due Next WeekNovember 02, 2007 | Music Source:Various
RonBaker wrote on November 02, 2007
I've already pre-ordered mine! Can hardly wait. 'Pot Luck' has been a favorite of mine since it first came out. 'Girls, Girls, Girls' has its moments too!
Elvisnites wrote on November 02, 2007
Mine are also pre-ordered. I hope the slight delay does not mean not being released on time.
Ken in Tasmania wrote on November 03, 2007
May the ...Fountain of Love...be enjoyed by everyone who has ordered Pot Luck......One of the best cd's ......Also Heart and Soul, hope this is the next release....
Jerome wrote on November 03, 2007
great releases and hope the next will be a classic album of the 70's.
CD King wrote on November 03, 2007
I am looking forward to Girls! Girls! Girls! many great songs! POT LUCK is also a Superb Album. ELVIS' voice in the early 60s is the BEST.
ElvisFab wrote on November 03, 2007
The cover art is quit nice.
Harvey Alexander wrote on November 03, 2007
The cover art has been "quit" nice since 1962, though Elvis does look a bit like he's made out of plastic on G!G!G!
Elvisnites wrote on November 03, 2007
Not one of my favorite pictures. Makes you wonder who had the final word on some of the origional album covers.
Jumpin Jehosaphat wrote on November 03, 2007
One should Listen to otis blackwell doing elvis tunes after all he wrote them, great stuff. i wonder who was the original.
JerryNodak wrote on November 04, 2007
During Elvis' lifetime I bought every official U.S. RCA release. Never once did I care about the cover photo. I still don't. I've read in several places that the "Colonel" had final say on the cover photos used. Not saying it's true, but I've read that. Looking forward to receiving these releases.
John4126 wrote on November 04, 2007
Pot Luck looks good. Seems to me that FTD were not able to find the missing GGG tapes. Shame as the release appears to be a little 'lightweight' in terms of value for money not too dis-similar to the Viva Las Vegas release. Lets hope that the missing tapes are not found in the next 12 months which necessitates a further 'updated' release.
mature_elvis_fan75 wrote on November 04, 2007
That is why Girls Girls Girls should have been held back,release it last,sorry but to me it makes no sence,id like to have seen a regular release from FTD,Are they planning a On Tour box set? This is a very secreative label!
RonBaker wrote on November 04, 2007
Personally, I think they should do all the albums that will fall into public domain within the next year...'King Creole', 'Jailhouse Rock', 'Elvis'...the recordings without copyright protection are going to be flooding the market...it would be a good idea to have official releases before that happens. Anyone know where there's a cd with an alternate take of 'So Glad You're Mine'???
Steve V wrote on November 04, 2007
Getting Pot Luck, skipping GGG. 5 versions of Mama, no thanks!
mature_elvis_fan75 wrote on November 05, 2007
There are far better ideas than releasing GGG,i see it only as a chance to cash in some more,im skipping these 2 releases for now,i might get pot luck in a little while,but no thanks on GGG for me either!
Ton Bruins wrote on November 05, 2007
This time I will skipp both. Not much unreleased material on "Pot Luck" all though I like most of the songs... and "Girls, Girls, Girls"..well not my kind of songs..
JerryNodak wrote on November 05, 2007
Steve V: 5 versions of "Mama." I say, Wunderbar!! Ton Bruins: Passing up "Pot Luck?" The sound is almost certain to be so much better than what we've had before on previous releases of these songs.
Steve V wrote on November 05, 2007
Jerry - Its not just Mama. Aside form the title track, Sender, & Comin In Loaded I'm no big fan of this soundtrack. I feel this is when the Elvis' movies & soundtrack albums really started to take a turn for the worse. The formula had been established and with the exception of Viva Las Vegas, never really improved.
Ton Bruins wrote on November 06, 2007
Well Jerry let's see and wait what the sound quality will be..maybe I will buy it after all..sometimes I wait with buying a FTD release until the first reviews..lol...
JerryNodak wrote on November 06, 2007
Ton Bruins: I base my optimism about improved sound on the info that Sebastian J. and Vic Anesini have done the audio improvements on these two projects. No Lene R. I believe I read it on FECC.
Harvey Alexander wrote on November 06, 2007
I'm so disappointed there are no outtakes of 'Song Of The Shrimp'. It's easily one of his best recordings, along with 'Padre', 'Hey Hey Hey', 'House Of Sand', 'My Way', 'Yoga Is As Yogi Does' and 'Life'.
Steve V wrote on November 06, 2007
Harvey - How can you omit Queenie Wahini's Papaya? All kidding aside, I missed a few Mama's at first glance. Now I count 13 versions. Id rather outtakes of Song Of The Shrimp!
bajo wrote on November 07, 2007
Unfortunately most of the session tapes for GGG were lost! I guess Ernst has given up the search and thus releasing GGG with what he has found. Even though I have most of the material from Pot Luck, I still want it! I simply love the Classic album series. There's not a single FTD release that slips by me!!