This is a new back cover for the Surprise Records import label release "The Joan Deary Tapes". This CD is due for release late August of early September 2008. Tracklisting:
01. Hey Jude 02. Help Me Make It Through The Night 03. Fools Rush In (Where Angels Fear To Trade) 04. I’ll Take You Home Again, Kathleen 05. When I’m Over You 06. Always On My Mind 07. It Ain’t No Big Thing (But It’s Growing) 08. I’m Leavin’ 09. Where Do I Go From Here 10. Until It’s Time For You To Go 11. If I Were You 12. Got My Mojo Working / Keep Your Hands Off Of It 13. Fool 14. This Is Our Dance 15. Cindy, Cindy 16. Separate Ways 17. (That’s What You Get) For Lovin’ Me 18. Life 19. Love Letters 20. I’ll Never Know 21. We Can Make The Morning 22. Early Morning Rain 23. Sylvia 24. The Sound Of Your Cry
Surprise Records will also include a special bonus feature … Look out for this great release that will be the first in a series of great future releases …
Another Back-cover Joan Deary TapesAugust 18, 2008 | Music Source:Email
Jesse Garon Presley wrote on August 19, 2008
this cd is released allready , i got this cd with totally diffrent cover not with the backcover from above picture. sound is awesome
elvistruth wrote on August 19, 2008
Absolutely a master piece! Millions better that any FTD or Sony release!
Lefty wrote on August 19, 2008
What makes the Joan Deary tapes unique? Are these previously unreleased versions? Remastered? Overdubbed? I already have every single track on various BMG CD's, so I'm curious as to what sets this CD apart from the official product. I think the artwork is outstanding!
Ronald wrote on August 19, 2008
Lefty, There's nothing new on this release, i have the earlier released cdr version. The only thing is that every track sounds crisp and clear. Very bright sound but all the regular overdubbed versions. No outtakes.
JimmyCool wrote on August 19, 2008
What is that "special bonus feature"?
RonBaker wrote on August 19, 2008
So that means we can make our own copies using a program that allows us to change frequency equalization (like Adobe Audition or maybe Audacity)?
Harvey Alexander wrote on August 19, 2008
Going by soime of the comments here, some people are easily pleased.
elvistruth wrote on August 19, 2008
Recently I've hear that cdr that appear on the net. The sound is so clear as your most beautiful dreaming desires. Many millions better that the more or less dry sound we always have with Sony-Bmg and FTD. If it's only the resultate of program equalizer...why not official releases sound the same or better? Well, two options: 1.- Not computer tricks. Only better sources. or... 2.- We are treated for the most INCOMPETENT sound engineers and executive people in the music story. Jorgensen being the first of them. Many things well done but many important things so bad done... absolutely sad. His clock has stopped. Maybe it's time to retire, Ernst? Thank-you Joan Deary . The best!
RonBaker wrote on August 20, 2008
Interesting...this isn't a collection of out-of-copyright recordings and it's not on BMG...how did it get a bar-code. Unless the recordings are licensed that makes it a bootleg, doesn't it?
Elzo wrote on August 20, 2008
Ofcourse it is personal, but comparing the songs Reconsider Baby & I'll Remember You from The Essential 70's Masters; Walk A Mile In My Shoes with the same recordings on An Afternoon in The Garden just shows the difference in sound. To my ears the Deary remixes are much more dynamic.
Lefty wrote on August 21, 2008
Ronald, thanks for the info. I was kind of hoping that this collection was something unique, but dynamic sound isn't enough for me to buy these songs again. I can achieve close to the same thing with the equalizer in my stereo. RonBaker, just about every Jewel Case creator software has a bar code option. I create alternative artwork at home, bar code included. It's not a symbol of an official release.
Steve V wrote on August 21, 2008
'The Joan Deary Tapes' is just a gimmicky marketing ploy to get you to buy the same songs over again (and again) which Elvis fans obviously enjoy doing.