Cover Art Tickle Me - FTD Edition

Here is the cover art for the "Tickle Me" soundtrack release on the Follow That Dream label. This CD is due for release on July 1st along with "Elvis Today" and "All Shook Up".
Source: The United Elvis Presley Society / Updated: May 20, 2005 

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RonBaker (profilecontact) wrote on May 25, 2005report abuse
The Guitar Man outtakes are already out on FTD! It's a cd called "Too Much Monkey Business" And it's Great!
CD King (profilecontact) wrote on May 24, 2005report abuse
Well said JerryNodak, I'm with you..all the way.
JerryNodak (profilecontact) wrote on May 24, 2005report abuse
Crusier621: Why would anyone in theire right mind buy this? Because it's being released in the great 7 inch format. That means a great booklet with pics and info I don't have. Yes, I know it contains songs that are available elsewhere. I plan to buy all albums released in the 7 inch format. Scam? What scam? I know what I'm buying. It's my choice. No one is forcing me. I send 'em my money, they send me what I ordered. What scam? You don't want it, skip it!
Cruiser621 (profilecontact) wrote on May 24, 2005report abuse
Why would anyone in their right mind buy this? It contains songs from Elvis Is Back, Something For Everyone and Pot Luck, not to forget The Lost Album or an added bonus on the Fun In Acapulco Soundtrack (Slowly, But Surely). What a scam. And on FTD no less.
Eduardo (profilecontact) wrote on May 23, 2005report abuse
asesorev May 24, Disagree totally with you Charlie & Johnny: I do believe we should get the good stuff first, innovative new material that most fans have never heard before, unloess they own a copy of GirlsGG studio session. We need those outtakes from GGG, Roust, KCreole, KCousins, BlHaw and GIBlues (completed) and then we might be interested in Tickle or RaisedORock, even Today. When do they bring out the GuitarMan and the Elvis Country outtakes. then we are talking. More and more it looks like BMG and EPE-Sillerman don't have their act together. total chaos in NY, M'phis. Wonder what fans' comments are and what they expect? Are most happy with this stuff? And remember: elvisNEVERlefthebuilding
Charlie rogers (profilecontact) wrote on May 22, 2005report abuse
Super cool 1965 shot of Elvis from this movie.A good selection of songs culled from earlier albums to save money at the time for the ailing studio > two american singles were issued that we did not get "Easy question" and "Im yours" the latter being a different version than the one on the "Pot luck" album. "Tickle me" volume2 UK E.P is quite rare along with "Elvis for everyone" U.K release that used "Tickle me" photo different to U.S version. Just for laughs check out the artwork on ELs arm on the most recent vinyl albumfrom a couple of years ago! Still waiting for "Roustabout"....
CD King (profilecontact) wrote on May 22, 2005report abuse
Neckywoudje, an exact replica copy of the Easy Come,Easy Go EP in cardboard sleeve is now available from some South American Fan Clubs. A super nice CD for the collectors.
JerryNodak (profilecontact) wrote on May 21, 2005report abuse
Looking forward to this release. Love the cover photo. For the sake of authenticity I wish they would have left the original ad on the bottom. From memory it said something like: Coming soon! Special Elvis Anniversary Album! Will be interesting to see the final track listing.
Neckywoudje (profilecontact) wrote on May 20, 2005report abuse
By the way, I'm even looking forward to Easy Come, Easy Go EP! That music was probably the worst music our man ever made, but I always loved the cover!
Neckywoudje (profilecontact) wrote on May 20, 2005report abuse
Really great art-work! I love the art-work of the old days, and like to see them released on cd/ftd. The only minor is the 'Today' ad at the bottom! It's true in the light of these days, but not very authentic! Coming soon...special today deluxe edition...uh, almost 40 years!
Johnny Tyrone (profilecontact) wrote on May 20, 2005report abuse
Great Work Guys! One of my favorite movies by the King. He was super cool in it as Lonnie Beale and Jocelyn Lane was at her sexiest as the Kings co-star! "Long Lonely Highway" was a great opening tune for the movie! I Can't wait for the release!
CD King (profilecontact) wrote on May 20, 2005report abuse
This is indeed a dream come true for me. I've a copy of this 45rpm EP Vinyl Record bought in 1965 but today it is old and worn out. Now we will have this wonderful Soundtrack with the super original Cover art, booklet etc Thank you Ernst/FTD..GOD Bless you guys!

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