Made In Memphis And Something For Everbody Out

The two new Follow That Dream releases "Made In Memphis" and "Something For Everybody" are out. Made in Memphis is a single-disc regular Follow That Dream release featuring outtakes from Elvis' sessions in Memphis in 1969 (American Sound Studio), 1973 (Stax Recording Studio) and 1976 (the den at Graceland). There is an additional 5-song set of home recordings made at Sam Thompson's place in November 1973. (Sam was a member of Elvis' entourage and the brother of Linda Thompson, Elvis's steady girlfriend from 1972 to 1976.) Something For Everybody is double disc 7" deluxe release. It contains the original album plus a ton of nice outtakes from the sessions for the album. Track listing "Made In Memphis": In the Ghetto (Take 13) You'll Think Of Me (Take 8) Do You Know Who I Am (Take 4) If You Don't Come Back (Take 5) Three Corn Patches (Takes 5 & 6) Find Out What's Happening (Take 7) It's Midnight (Take 11) Thinking About You (Take 3) You Asked Me To (Take 1) Solitaire (Take 7 + Talk From 6 & 7) She Thinks I Still Care (Take 3 & 4) Moody Blue (Take 6) Bitter They Are, Harder They Fall (Take 1) Love Coming Down (Take 4) For The Heart (Take 5) Baby What You Want Me To Do (November 1973 - Sam Thompson's House, Memphis) I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry (November 1973 - Sam Thompson's House, Memphis) Spanish Eyes (November 1973 Sam Thompson's House, Memphis) See See Rider (November 1973 Sam Thompson's House, Memphis) That's All Right (November 1973 Sam Thompson's House, Memphis) Track listing "Something For Everybody": CD: 1 There's Always Me Give Me The Right It's A Sin Sentimental Me Starting Today Gently I'm Coming Home In Your Arms Put The Blame On Me Judy I Want You With Me I Slipped, I Stumbled, I Fell I Feel So Bad Little Sister His Latest Flame Good Luck Charm Anything That's Part Of You There's Always Me (Take 1) Give Me The Right (Take 1) It's A Sin (Takes 1, 2) Sentimental Me (Take 1) Starting Today (Take 1) Gently (Takes 1, 2) I'm Coming Home (Take 2) In Your Arms (Take 1) Put The Blame On Me (Takes 1, 2) Judy (Take 1) I Want You With Me (Take 1) Little Sister (Take 3) His Latest Flame (Take 2) Anything That's Part Of You (Take 1) CD: 2 I'm Coming Home (Takes 1, 3) I'm Coming Home (Takes 5, 4) Gently (Take 3) Gently (Take 4) Give Me The Right (Takes 3, 2) I Feel So Bad (Take 1) There's Always Me (Take 2) There's Always Me (Take 4) Starting Today (Take 2) Judy (Takes 2, 3) Judy (Take 4) His Latest Flame (Take 1) His Latest Flame (Takes 3, 4) His Latest Flame (Takes 5, 6) Little Sister (Takes 1, 2, 4, 5) Little Sister (Take 6) Good Luck Charm (Take 1) Good Luck Charm (Takes 2, 3) Anything That's Part Of You (Take 2) Anything That's Part Of You (Takes 4, 5) Anything That's Part Of You (Take 8) There's Always Me (Takes 5 - 9) Judy (Takes 5 - 7) His Latest Flame (Takes 10 - 12) Little Sister (Takes 7 - 9) Anything That's Part Of You (Take 9)
Source: Elvis Unlimited / Updated: Mar 31, 2006 

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Ton Bruins (profilecontact) wrote on Apr 9, 2006report abuse
Just before Elvis starts to sing "Solitaire" he says: "I'll kill Neil Sedaka when I see him".
dismas (profilecontact) wrote on Apr 8, 2006report abuse
I haven't received my copies yet, but I'm looking forward to them both. "Something For Everybody" has been a favorite since I first discovered the album as a kid back in 1965 (thanks to the tunes recycled for the "Tickle Me" soundtrack), and all of Elvis' Memphis sessions hold out genuine interest (for musical and/or historical/biographical reasons). But I must admit that I don't get the gist of Ronald's Neil Sedaka comment. Is there something offensive to the songwriter on the M in M "Solitaire" outtake? Elaborate and illuminate, please. Thanks!
Ronald (profilecontact) wrote on Apr 7, 2006report abuse
SFE is absolutly great, the sound is stunning. Made In Memphis is suprising good. But i would rather had is a series, Made In Memphis volume 1- American Studio, and, Made In Memphis volume 2- Stax july 73 ,and- Made In Memphis volume 3- Stax decemder 73, and, Made In Memphis volume 4 - Jungle Room 76. by the way lucky for Neill Sedaka that he never met Elvis after the recording of Solitaire.
MR61 (profilecontact) wrote on Apr 7, 2006report abuse
Made in Memphis should have had more from 73 and77 for me wheres promised land blueeyes crying way down ect and not forgetting hurt
Ton Bruins (profilecontact) wrote on Apr 6, 2006report abuse
I got "Made In Memphis" now. Great one !!!
JerryNodak (profilecontact) wrote on Apr 1, 2006report abuse
Jacquie: ShopElvis is almost always the LAST one to have the new FTDs in stock when they're released.
Jacquie Ulmo (profilecontact) wrote on Apr 1, 2006report abuse
Well, if the CDs are really "out", why ShopElvis (from EPE) doesnt have them available yet??? I just checked it now, Saturday, 9:50am Memphis time....
emjel (profilecontact) wrote on Apr 1, 2006report abuse
Yes - Have to agree with CD King - Something for Everybody contains many great recordings - Elvis' voice was tremendous during this period - great vocal control and ranges. This could have been a triple CD set for me. The Memphis album seems a bit of a mish-mash covering such a wide time span. A double CD would have been better.
CD King (profilecontact) wrote on Apr 1, 2006report abuse
Something For Everybody is an excellent album. can't wait to lay my hands on this gem. The songs I Want You With Me, Put The Blame On Me, I'm Coming Home, Give Me The Right are superb. Infact every song on this classic album is superb. Elvis sings like a bird on Sentimental Me, Judy etc Can't wait to hear all the First Takes and the Alternate Takes. Thanks Ernst Jorgensen and FTD. More please...
tigerpawl (profilecontact) wrote on Apr 1, 2006report abuse
Gentry should be Gently. Ever heard that one?
Poffe (profilecontact) wrote on Mar 31, 2006report abuse
Gentry?? Is that a new song I haven't heard of before? :-)

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