Cover Art Let Yourself Go

Here is the cover art of the upcomming Follow That Dream release "Let Yourself Go - The Making of Elvis The 68 Comeback Special" which is due for release on October 1, 2006. The CD is available for pre-order. From the EPE site: This Follow That Dreams CD combines previously unreleased outtakes from the sessions at Western Recorders, with the June 24 rehearsal at NBC (previously only available on bootleg). The Western recordings include the opening, the gospel sequence, the road sequence, Memories and If I Can Dream. The Outtakes: 1. Trouble/Guitar Man opening – takes 6 & 7 2. Nothingville - takes 5 & 6 3. Let Yourself Go - part 1, takes 5 & 6 + part 2, take 2 + part 3, take 6 4. Guitar Man - Escape Section 1 - fast takes 1,2,5 5. Guitar Man -After Karate Section 2 – take 1 6. Trouble/Guitar Man - After Karate Section 3 – take 2 7. Little Egypt - take 8 8. Big Boss Man – take 2 9. It Hurts Me – First part, take 5. Second part, take 3 10. Guitar Man – Escape 1 (remake) – take 6 11. Sometimes I Feel Like A Motherless Child/Where Could I Go But To The 12. Lord - Gospel Section 1 - Rehearsal/take 1 13. Up Above My Head/I Found That Light - Gospel – Section 2, take 7 14. Saved - Gospel Section 3, take 4 15. If I Can Dream - takes 3 & 4 16. Memories (alternate vocal track) The Dressing Room Rehearsal 1. I Got A Woman 2. Blue Moon/Young Love/Oh, Happy Day 3. When It Rains It Really Pours 4. Blue Christmas 5. Are You Lonesome Tonight?/That's My Desire 6. That's When Your Heartaches Begin 7. Peter Gunn Theme 8. Love Me 9. When My Blue Moon Turns To Gold Again 10. Blue Christmas/Santa Claus Is Back In Town
Source: EPE - Elvis Presley Enterprises / Updated: Sep 26, 2006 

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Dan The Man (profilecontact) wrote on Oct 8, 2006report abuse
Hey Ron. This will be a 5 inch. Would have been a killer in size 7 though.
RonBaker (profilecontact) wrote on Oct 8, 2006report abuse
Is this in a 7 inch ep style cover or a regular 5 inch digipak?
Greg Nolan (profilecontact) wrote on Oct 7, 2006report abuse
Mature: I'm as critical as Ernst's role (or non-role) in the collapse of the main RCA/BMG/Sony label's Elvis issues, but when it comes to FTD's, it's all gravy. I don't say criticism will cause FTD to die (quite the opposite) but I can't say I have had any real problem with any of the FTD's. This one will be a true gem - in my book.
Marten (profilecontact) wrote on Oct 5, 2006report abuse
The FTD is coming full circle with this release, I remember when I got Burbank '68, that was a great feeling and the start of something new. I'm 33 and I do remember the releases of the eighties ... Anyway, the cover looks stunning and it's strange that this release hasn't seen the light before. But now it's more than welcome! Thank you, Ernst! By the way, when will this be released?
mature_elvis_fan75 (profilecontact) wrote on Oct 4, 2006report abuse
Do you know how many releases are left?again with every release,someone will wish it was something else,just be glad guys like me and other fellow fans support the label even when its not my fav release,do i need to list my favorites to make you feel better that i dont dislike every release,these topics get so comical! you better love every release or ernst will close up shop! lol DRAMA
Greg Nolan (profilecontact) wrote on Oct 4, 2006report abuse
Jerome, with all due respect, why not stay on topic, just for starters? I do recommend that you get yourself Ernst Jorgensen's sessions "A Life In Music" book; or Joe Tunzi's "Sessions III" or go to or any number of fine books and websites. I very much look forward to more '68 material. It had to happen and there won't be many more.
Jerome (profilecontact) wrote on Sep 28, 2006report abuse
great cover, although I think FTD's covers aren't that bad in general, they always try to make something nice and each person has got a difference in taste..
question: does anybody know where to find and can help me to get where to get the alternate takes of some of these songs? Do they exist? Love song of the year, We can make the morning, Love me, love the life I lead, sweet angeline. Would be very grateful when you'll help me with this. Thanks
DJB (profilecontact) wrote on Sep 28, 2006report abuse
Beaut cover, lets hope the CD's content reflects it. Even a worthy SONY/BMG parent company release. Look out "Jungle Room"!!!
ta2k (profilecontact) wrote on Sep 27, 2006report abuse
The King at his absolute best!!!
EspenK (profilecontact) wrote on Sep 27, 2006report abuse
Things are starting to look bright again! This looks very good, both content and cover.
John4126 (profilecontact) wrote on Sep 27, 2006report abuse
It's a great cover. But more importantly a great track listing. I think the FTD releases are exceptional and am really looking forward to this one.
whetherman (profilecontact) wrote on Sep 27, 2006report abuse
Do you know, I always thought "Let Yourself Go" was recorded in 2 parts. Surprised to see a part 3, take 6 listed. Hmmm interesting.
whetherman (profilecontact) wrote on Sep 27, 2006report abuse
Thank you PJones, yes you're absolutely right, I stand corrected. This will still be an excellent release. Thank you Ernst, Roger and FTD.
PTCJones (profilecontact) wrote on Sep 27, 2006report abuse
I think Whetherman "If I Can Dream" was on "He Walks Beside Me" in 1978. Excellent cover .
elvisfan1958 (profilecontact) wrote on Sep 26, 2006report abuse
Excellent cover photo and design. I don't see how anybody can complain about this one! Good job, guys!
whetherman (profilecontact) wrote on Sep 26, 2006report abuse
Yes vims, there is a lot of unheard stuff here. All the studio takes are unheard except I think "If I Can Dream Take 4" which has appeared on bootleg. Apart from "I Got A Woman" and "When It Rains It Really Pours" which appeared on the Platinum set, then the rehearsal, although available on bootleg, is unreleased too.
joemin (profilecontact) wrote on Sep 26, 2006report abuse
Great cover. With a cover like that you have 22 outtakes of Old Shep and it would sell!!!
vims (profilecontact) wrote on Sep 26, 2006report abuse
well, that IS a nice cover, but what about the content, is there anything unheard ?
KingElvis35 (profilecontact) wrote on Sep 26, 2006report abuse
Are any of these tracks on the 2 CD "Memories"?
Janus (profilecontact) wrote on Sep 26, 2006report abuse
A damn'fine cover folk's. I'm looking forward to listen the record boy!! boy, myboy!! Thanks Ernst!!
asd123 (profilecontact) wrote on Sep 26, 2006report abuse
Looks simply great... the best FTD coverart so far, in my opinion. ... even better than all shook up :)
Dan The Man (profilecontact) wrote on Sep 26, 2006report abuse
Damn, what a cover.
FJE (profilecontact) wrote on Sep 26, 2006report abuse
One word - WOW! Can't wait. OK OK, that's 5 words!
whetherman (profilecontact) wrote on Sep 26, 2006report abuse
Now this is worth looking forward to. Brilliant cover design and an exciting selection of tracks. Ordered my copy yesterday - can't wait!
Renan Augusto (profilecontact) wrote on Sep 26, 2006report abuse
Great cover! I bet FTD is learning to design their cover art :)
Jth (profilecontact) wrote on Sep 26, 2006report abuse
Wow, what a fantastic looking cover - unlike those crappy looking covers that I'm getting so used to from FTD. This great looking cover is in line with the cover of "Elvis At The International". Let's just hope that Kevin Budd had anything to do with the mix on this release
Tony C (profilecontact) wrote on Sep 26, 2006report abuse
This is great, very impressive. I expect the use of this photo will bring calls for the release of the third sit-down show, which was not filmed because it did not even happen!
Vital Pluymers (profilecontact) wrote on Sep 26, 2006report abuse
Very nice indeed!
Ton Bruins (profilecontact) wrote on Sep 26, 2006report abuse
Looks fine to me.

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