I Want You With Me

Only 500 copies were pressed of a 7" lilac vinyl single of I Want You With Me.

Updated: Sep 15, 2012 

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I am Buffalo-Horn! (profilecontact) wrote on Sep 18, 2012report abuse
No, it's certainly not a legit RCA release! It never came out, and as the Gold Standard Series only came out in the US it certainly never came out overseas either! But it's a fun concept with a really nice sleeve, & the two songs are far from bland or album fodder!
Deano1 (profilecontact) wrote on Sep 17, 2012report abuse
WOW! "I Want You With Me" is bland??? Everyone has the right to their opinion, but if you like rocking Elvis, this song should appeal to you. It is a fantastic rocker from the "Something For Everybody" LP. I would love to have this 45 for my jukebox .
Gorse (profilecontact) wrote on Sep 17, 2012report abuse
In my opinion I Want You With Me is far from bland and one of the highlights of the original album.
I think the wrong take was issued as the master for Give Me The Right and it should have been take 2 where Millie is given more time to air her tonsils. I suppose it was realised that this release will only appeal to a narrow niche market hence 500 copies
Rejane (profilecontact) wrote on Sep 15, 2012report abuse
Absolutely love the song I Want you With Me, especially the guitar work, a lilac colored single sounds divine but I just don't buy anything on vinyl that I can get on a cd anymore. I can't afford state of the art equipment to play it on that would make it sound right and can't justify spending money on something I wouldn't be listening to. I have to hand it to them for the picure sleeve, that's awesome!
emjel (profilecontact) wrote on Sep 15, 2012report abuse
Is it even a legit RCA release?
Cruiser621 (profilecontact) wrote on Sep 15, 2012report abuse
Where was this released? Overseas obviously; not here in the states that's for sure. Strange release. "I Want You With Me" was a rather bland song or put it bluntly, boring and "Give Me The right", while a good blues tune, is still album fodder no matter how you cut it.

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