I Couldn't Live Without You Released

The import release "I Couldn't Live Without You" by the Snowy label has been released. The track listing looks quite familiar and if not mistaken it's very likely that all those tracks were lifted from mp3 files on the net. Track listing : 01- Mystery Train (overdubbed version) ; 02- Milkcow Blues Boogie (overdubbed version) ; 03- When It Rains It Really Pours (overdubbed version) ; 04- Mean Woman Blues (BX take -7 acetate) ; 05- Treat Me Nice (first version take 8) ; 06- I'm Yours (stereo single version) ; 07- A Whistling Tune (stereo master with overdubs) ; 08- Angel (vocal overdubs) ; 09- Gold In The Mountains (solo) ; 10- Anyone (solo) ; 11 - So Close Yet So Far From Paradise (take 3) ; 12- So Close Yet So Far From Paradise (take 4) ; 13- Clambake (solo) ; 14- Stay Away (overdub by Jerry Reed take 3) ; 15- Stay Away (slow version take 2 in stereo) ; 16- Stay Away Joe (take 17) ; 17- My Little Friend (overdudded) ; 18- I'm Leaving It Up To You (live) ; 19- The First Time Ever I Held You Close (live) ; 20- I Couldn't Live Without You (live) (Pete Hallin)
Source: Email / Updated: Mar 22, 2005 
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CD King (profilecontact) wrote on Mar 24, 2005report abuse
Other than the Cover art that is beautiful, this release is not worth the fuss, with inferior cuts stolen from Keith's website.
Theo (profilecontact) wrote on Mar 23, 2005report abuse
And I forgot about the Kid Galahad 7" soundtrack that was released along with the Follow That Dream soundtrack. This one features the October '61 version.
Theo (profilecontact) wrote on Mar 23, 2005report abuse
A Whistling Tune was recorded by Elvis for the movie Follow That Dream on July 2, 1961. Is wasn't used and subsequently re-recorded for Kid Galahad on October 26, 1961. Check the elvisrecordings website for exact details.
Both versions were released about 10 years ago in the Double Features series (Flaming Star/Wild in the Country/Follow That Dream & Kid Glahad/Girls! Girls! Girls!). The version recorded for Follow That Dream is also featured on the recent FTD Collector's Label 7" soundtrack release of the movie.
Deke Rivers 6 (profilecontact) wrote on Mar 23, 2005report abuse
A Whistling Tune isn't from Follow That Dream it's from Kid Galahad.....or is this a totally different song ?
Keith Flynn (profilecontact) wrote on Mar 23, 2005report abuse
Can you believe someone has made a Bootleg CD of songs from my web site, and actually think they are real "Takes" ? I mean, come on, who actually thinks Elvis did a vocal overdub for the song "Angel"? or the Stereo Master for "A Whistling Tune" (Follow That Dream) has been found! I made them myself for God's sake! And with only downloading the songs from my web site, they are only poor sounding MP3 samples and not any where near the great sound quality they really are! This sort of thing really pi**es me off as all I want to do is let fans hear (and see) what is in peoples private collections, but if this is going to happen, then I will have to close my site.

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