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Loving You Special Edition

May 27, 2008 | Music
This Special Edition "Loving You" CD from the Dutch Elvis For Everyone fan club features tracks taken from the movie itself, with the addition of a few masters and an 1957 radio impression. 500 copies have been printed of this compilation.

Loving You (Opening)
Party (Movie Version)
Teddy Bear (Original Master)
Loving You #2 (Movie Version)
Hot Dog (Movie Version)
Road Medley (From movie)
Got A Lot Of Livin' To Do (Original Master)
Have I Told You Lately That i Love You (Original Master)
Old Shep (Alternate Take)
Don't Leave Me Now#1 (Movie Version)
Don't Leave Me Now #2 (Movie Version)
Jailhouse Rock (Movie Version)
Blueberry Hill (Original Master)
Young And Beautiful (Movie Version)
Elvis Shakes His Pelvis In Canada (Radio report from April 2, 1957)
Loving You #3 (Movie version)
Source:Elvis Corner
Jerome wrote on May 27, 2008
an alternate take of Old Shep!!!!..
Herman wrote on May 27, 2008
You're right Jerome ! I was waiting all my life for an alternate take of this song !
Ronald wrote on May 27, 2008
Old Shep the outtake is probably from The King Of R&R the complete 50's masters. Released by RCA long time ago.
Bestoftherest8301 wrote on May 27, 2008
We will spend our whole life through, selling to you, just selling to you. Winter, summer, springtime too, don't be blue, don't you be blue. Makes no difference where you go or what you do. You'll know, we'll always be, selling to you!
Deke Rivers 6 wrote on May 28, 2008
What we really need is the alternative ending of the film on DVD that has never been seen, only by the privileged few ie John Lennon & Yoko Ono. I'm talkin' about "Got A lot Of Living To Do" where Elvis goes down on his knees and leans backward's, you have all seen the picture's, but never on film.
JerryNodak wrote on May 28, 2008
Talk about flogging a dead horse. Not interested.
circleG wrote on May 29, 2008
haha jerome your prayers have been answered ! I'm still waiting for a widescreen version of the movie
Harvey Alexander wrote on May 30, 2008
You'll be waiting a long time - it's not a widescreen film. And where did that story come from about John Lennon and Yoko Bongo seeing the 'alternative' ending of the film? Those photos of Elvis on his knees are just publicity shots, they are not from a different ending.
Steve V wrote on May 30, 2008
Yes Deke Rivers, since you were the main character in the film,please provide more details about this 'alternate' ending scenario and the John & Yoko story. Of all the books Ive read Ive never heard this.