FTD's Summer Festival Available For Pre-order

The latest Follow That Dream release "Summer Festival" with CD with Elvis' dinner show performance from August 11, 1972 is available for pre-order from several on-line stores. Ernst Jorgensen informed us that this title will be shippedout on October 1st. 2005. No further decisions have been made on the other two releases, "Loving You" and "Something for Everybody" have been made. Track Listing: Dinner show, August 11, 1972 Also Sprach Zarathustra 1:18 See See Rider 2:46 I Got A Woman 2:15 Until It's Time For You To Go 2:36 You Don't Have To Say You Love Me 2:02 You've Lost That Loving Feeling 4:29 Polk Salad Annie 4:58 What Now My Love 3:30 Fever 2:48 Love Me 1:38 Blue Suede Shoes 1:04 One Night 1:34 All Shook Up 0:57 Teddy Bear / Don't Be Cruel 1:47 Heartbreak Hotel 1:47 Hound Dog 2:47 Love Me Tender 1:39 Suspicious Minds 4:48 Introductions 1:15 My Way 3:50 An American Trilogy 4:27 Can't Help Falling In Love / instrumental closing 2:20 Midnight show, August 11, 1972 Little Sister / Get Back 2:12 It's Over 2:30 Midnight show, August 12, 1972 Proud Mary 2:36 Never Been To Spain 3:46 For The Good Times 3:10 A Big Hunk O' Love 2:04 Tiger Man (opening only) 0:19
Source: Ernst Jørgensen / Updated: Sep 27, 2005 

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Tony D. (profilecontact) wrote on Sep 30, 2005report abuse
Going to the Mablethorpe Elvis week on Oct. 1st. Hopefully, they will have this on sale there.
emjel (profilecontact) wrote on Sep 29, 2005report abuse
Santa Claus - It's not up to me to spread the news such as "Don't Buy It" - is that news anyway?. It's up to the individual collector. As Curtis Simpkins wrote and I also said, FTD releases are usually better sounding than bootlegs. And why deprive fans who have not had the opportunity to get all the bootlegs you have, thereby missing out on the out-takes from Something for Everybody & Loving You. Like you, I too want more movie out-takes, but I'm not sure there are any "really unknown ones" available.
curtis simpkins (profilecontact) wrote on Sep 28, 2005report abuse
Bootleg's is not the alway's the best way to buy unreleased Elvis music and concert's, ftds is doing a fine job on putting these things out, in fact imo much better sound what we had on boot cds. for me now it has to be ftds or bmg stuff. no more bootlegs cds for me. in fact i dont have no more of these boot lps or cds in my collection, because bootlegs is out in my collection.
Santa Claus (profilecontact) wrote on Sep 28, 2005report abuse
Emjel, I don't realy know why I miss the point when I request a good mixture of the material that YOU like and the one ME and many others wish to be released. And your easy spoken "Don't buy it" will come back to you one day when Ernst closes the series because of less interest of the fans. Ever wondered why the "Graceland Sessions" rank so high in the FTD charts for so many month? Because I'm not alone with my interests. Because many people's collections are flooded with 60s Outtakes. Because there are tops and flops within the serie. And if the flops become more and more it soon will come to ETD (End Of The Dream). Ernst himself said one time: "If there's no more interest in the series, we'll stop FTD". What a logical statement. So, Emjel instead of requesting (SOME) real new material too, go on and spread the news: "Don't buy it".
emjel (profilecontact) wrote on Sep 28, 2005report abuse
SantaClaus- You're missing the point. Nobody is forcing you to buy the CDs that contain tracks you may have on bootleg. But there are a lot of fans out there who want the legit stuff. I've got lots of boots myself, but the sound is varied from reasonable to very good, so I look forward like others in buying as many out-takes as possible. If you know people who have "jumped off the train", again they're entitled to do that. But you shouldn't dictate what is released just 'cos you want it. If it's good and I want it, I'll buy it. I don't like a lot of the repetitive soundboard recordings, but I know many who do like them, and it would be wrong of me to tell FTD to stop releasing them. To each his own!!
Vital Pluymers (profilecontact) wrote on Sep 28, 2005report abuse
Everybody is free to buy whatever he wants. But I really don't care who is releasing the material, for me that's not important. I'm a fan of Elvis, not of BMG or FTD. I'm collecting Elvis songs, not BMG records.
Santa Claus (profilecontact) wrote on Sep 28, 2005report abuse
I know what you "young and legal" fans are saying. But there is a big amount of "old and having it all elsewhere" fans out there, too. Ernst has to keep feeding them, too. Otherwise they'll leave the FTD series as potential buyers. And I'm not talking trash here, as I already know several "old" fans that jumped off the train! As I said before: I'm not the one who is waiting for 10 new Elvis song each month. I know there is a limited amount of material. But all I want is a healthy balance of material the "old and new" fans can add to their collections. And to be honest: The last release that pleased new AND old and that even caused an uuhhh-effect on me was the "Graceland Sessions". And that's a long time ago. From there on I was spending my money (and it was a lot) for releases of Nashville outtakes and soundtracks of which I alredy have the complete sessions. It's not FTD's thing to top the Bootleggers. But ignoring these releases and re-releasing 90% of the stuff that was on them could be the death of FTD.
Matt W (profilecontact) wrote on Sep 27, 2005report abuse
For those of us that don't buy bootlegs and therefore don't consider bootleg material to be 'released' so to speak I look forward to all unreleased material on FTD. If it has been put out on bootleg it is still officially unreleased.
shaneleebrown (profilecontact) wrote on Sep 27, 2005report abuse
santaclaus, you have to remember that there is only a finite amount of material there. If people want the releases once a quarter or whatever, then they have to understand that eventually the "good" stuff or "interesting" stuff is going to run out. The answer regarding the stuff out there on bootleg is...we shouldn't have bought illegal material in the first place!
Santa Claus (profilecontact) wrote on Sep 27, 2005report abuse
Best decision would be to cancel these two boring CDs and give us the stuff we all want: Rehearsals, 70s Outtakes and REALLY unknown movie stuff.
Ernst: We are tired of buying 100 % stuff that is circulating on boots and older RCA releases for decades now. We don't need anymore outtake-samplers of sessions we all know or can get complete elsewhere.

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