FTD October And Soundtrack Updates

There is finally news from FTD regarding the two October 1 releases: The October 1 release from the FTD label will be a soundboard recording of Elvis' show at the Hilton Hotel, Las Vegas September 3, 1973. The first seven songs are recorded at the Dinner show the same day. Track listing: Also Sprach Zarathustra - See See Rider - I Got A Woman / Amen - Love Me - Steamroller Blues - You Gave Me A Mountain - Trouble - Long Tall Sally/Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On /Your Mamma Don't Dance/Flip, Flop And Fly/Hound Dog - Love Me Tender - Fever - What Now My Love - Suspicious Minds/ Bridge Over Troubled Water - Bridge Over Troubled Water - Suspicious Minds - Introductions - My Boy - I Can't Stop Loving You - An American Trilogy - A Big Hunk O' Love - The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face - Mystery Train/Tiger Man - How Great Thou Art - Help Me Make It Through The Night - Softly As I LeaveYou - Can't Help Falling In Love The same day will FTD also release another soundtrack in the 7" collection. This time is it the soundtrack from the movie "Double Trouble". Track listing: Double Trouble - Baby, If You'll Give Me All Of Your Love - Could I Fall In Love - Long Legged Girl - City By Night - Old MacDonald - I Love Only One Girl - There Is So Much World To See - It Won't Be Long - Never Ending - Blue River - What Now, What Next, Where To - Double Trouble (Take 1) - Baby, If You'll Give Me All Of Your Love (Take 2) I Love Only One Girl (Take 1) - It Won't Be Long (Takes 1 & 2) - Long Legged Girl (2nd version) (Takes 1 & 2) - Could I Fall In Love (Take 6) (Undubbed master) - There Is So Much World To See (Take 10) - Long Legged Girl (1st. version) (Take 6) - City By Night (Take 3/10) - It Won't Be Long (Take 5) - Double Trouble (Takes 2 & 3) - Baby, If You'll Give Me All Of Your Love (Takes 3 & 4) - Could I Fall In Love (Harmony take 1)
Source: Elvis Unlimited / Updated: Aug 9, 2004 
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DannyB (profilecontact) wrote on Aug 12, 2004report abuse
I am happy to see DT being released. I think it is under-rated, it's one of the better movie-albums. I especially like Baby, If You'll Give Me All Of Your Love, Could I Fall In Love, Long Legged Girl and There Is So Much World To See . I Love Only One Girl is also a fun song. In my opinion DT is much better thank f.ex the albums from Spinout, Frankie and Johnny, Clambake, Paradise Hawaiian Style....
RonBaker (profilecontact) wrote on Aug 12, 2004report abuse
Tiger, you've got to be kidding! You must never have bought the "Double Trouble" soundtrack album because those songs are 'bonus tracks' on the vinyl album. No one goofed up...in fact, they've done exactly what should be done with those songs...put them on the cd equivalent to the long playing album. And I do hope the artificially extended version of "Blue River" is on there!!!!
tigerpawl (profilecontact) wrote on Aug 12, 2004report abuse
How do we get the songs Never Ending - Blue River - What Now, What Next, Where To - on a Movie. Those songs were recorded in 1963 in Nashville studios and never in the Double Trouble movie of 1966.Those above mentioned songs should have been placed on the Long Lonely Highway release. Looks like RCA-BMG, EPE, Ernest Jorgensen, and anybody that has anything to do with the FTD releases have screwed up again. Does anybody know this answer.
RonBaker (profilecontact) wrote on Aug 10, 2004report abuse
Gee, I hope this means we get the edited version of "Blue River". I've loved that song ever since the "Tell Me Why"/"Blue River" single was issued. he engineering isn't very good on the track (the drums drive the track into distortion), but it's a terrific song nonetheless.
elVis112 (profilecontact) wrote on Aug 10, 2004report abuse
Unfortunately the tapes from summer 73 were not too good regarding sound quality. I don't mean to turn down any hopes on a good sounding "Trouble" but for all we know these recordings are not much more but better audience recordings.
Still I have to admit to looking forward to having this soundboard released at last (although incomplete...).
BTW: Personally I am absolutely thrilled about DT being released on 7" at last since this was the album that paved the way for me being an Elvis fan when I was no older than 5 yeras old!!! Can't wait for that one!!!
Hans Otto (profilecontact) wrote on Aug 10, 2004report abuse
Once again we Elvis kids are gonna get spoiled by the good people at FTD. Let's be thankful for the work these guys are doing in order to restore and share this material with us fans. Both releases are hereby added to my shoppinglist.
CD King (profilecontact) wrote on Aug 10, 2004report abuse
I am really looking forward to these two CDs especially the DOUBLE TROUBLE soundtrack. This will be the FIRST TIME we are getting some really good Outtakes and Alternate Takes from Double Trouble. Plus The Soundtrack in excellent quality - wiw! Thanks Ernst Jorgenson.
Renan (profilecontact) wrote on Aug 9, 2004report abuse
This is a great news. In this concert Elvis shows the artist he is. And we will have "Trouble" in good sound quality. "Double Trouble" soundtrack finally comes in October. Thanks FTD.
JeroenNL (profilecontact) wrote on Aug 9, 2004report abuse
Wow!, what a great looking soundboard this is!! and a great show too! Finally a good recording of Trouble from 1973... super! This is a great surprise! Thanks Ernst!
Remco Aland (profilecontact) wrote on Aug 9, 2004report abuse
Great news, finally a soundboard release of this "crazy" concert. So far I've only read about it... and just reading about made me laugh. The 7" Double Trouble... well I have to buy that, I don't want the other 7" soundtracks on the bookshelf to feel lonely :-)

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