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Stay Away, Joe On Vinyl

April 28, 2014 | Music

FTD will release a limite vinyl edition of the Stay Away, Joe album that they released in the past. The release date is set for May 11, 2014.

Source:The OEPFC of Great Britain

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JerryNodak wrote on April 28, 2014
I can think of titles I would buy on vinyl if released. "Sings Memphis, Tennessee," comes to mind. This however, is not one of them.
Ton Bruins wrote on April 28, 2014
For vinyl "junks" only...
mature_elvis_fan75 wrote on April 29, 2014
Ftd is a strange label!
Jerome wrote on April 30, 2014
They certainly cannot please everyone.. but there are a lot of whiners here on FTD..
Smile:-) wrote on May 02, 2014
Great! I will certainly get this one. Since this was nver released on LP it will be nice to finally have it on glorious vinyl:-) PS! JerryNodak, "Sings Memphis" was released in 1990 on LP as "For The Asking - The Lost Album". With the 1963-64 studio master tracks.
JerryNodak wrote on May 02, 2014
Great, but that was 24 yrs ago. And what I'm wanting is a vinyl release that reflects the expanded FTD version. 2 LPs. Gate fold cover. Masters and outtakes.
Smile:-) wrote on May 02, 2014
I agree Jerry. I would love to see "Memphis Tenn." on a double album:-) But I really hope they will change the cover since the 7" classic FTD CD cover was so non 1964. It tried to be sort of modern but already outdated (in my humle opinion...). It didn't catch the 60's feel. Further I hope to see more complete concerts on vinyl. Primarly from years not yet officially covered with complete concerts on LP's: Aug. 1969, Aug. 1970, 1971, 1976 (and 1975 if we don't count in the EAP box-set). I think FTD eventually will release a concert from the On Tour period on vinyl as well:-) But when...?
Elvis1977Amen wrote on May 03, 2014
suprise about this sudenly Vinyl, BUT! worth it, stay away is one of my many Favorits songs. FTD
Deano1 wrote on May 03, 2014
I love vinyl and I did not buy the FTD CD of SAJ so I might get this. It is not a must have and it a head scratcher as to why they would choose this one for vinyl release over some of the others.