So High Tracklisting

Here is the complete information on the new Follow That Dream release "So High" set for release January 1, 2004. This CD features outtakes from Elvis’s Nashville sessions during the 1966 –1968 period, hereby finishing the 1960s Nashville trilogy. The other two in this trilogy are Fame and Fortune,which features studio material from 1960/61 in the first 12 months following Elvis's army discharge, and Studio B - Nashville Outtakes 1961-1964. "So High - Nashville Outtakes 1966-1968" Run On -take 6 2:27 (Arr. E. Presley) 5-25-66 Stand By Me - take 2 2:41 (Arr. E. Presley) 5-25-66 Down In The Alley - take 6 2:48 (Jesse Stone And The Clovers) 5-25-66 Tomorrow Is A Long Time - take 2 5:50 (Bob Dylan) 5-25-66 Love Letters - take 8 3:12 (E. Heyman/V. Young) 5-26-66 So High - take 1 2:12 (Arr. E. Presley) 5-26-66 By And By - take 9 2:01 (Arr. E. Presley) 5-26-66 Somebody Bigger Than You And I - take 11 2:36 (J. Lange/H. Heath/S. Burke) 5-27-66 Without Him - take 1 2:55 (Mylon Le Fevre) 5-27-66 If The Lord Wasn’t Walking By My Side - take 6 1:39 (Henry Slaughter) 5-27-66 Come What May - take 2 1:53 (Tableporter) 5-28-66 I’ll Remember You - take 2 4:10 (K. Lee) 6-10 & 12-66 Guitar Man – take 9 2:31 (Jerry Reed) 9-10-67 Mine - take 4 3:03 (Tepper/Bennett) 9-10-67 Singing Tree - take 1 3:04 (Solberg/Owens) 9-10-67 Just Call Me Lonesome - takes 3,4 2:19 (Griffin) 9-10-67 Hi-Heel Sneakers - take 5 4:54 (Higginbotham) 9-11-67 You Don’t Know Me - take 2 2:48 (Walker/Arnold) 9-11-67 We Call On Him - take 2 2:36 (Karger/Weisman/Wayne) 9-11-67 You’ll Never Walk Alone - take 1 5:26 (Rodgers/Hammerstein) 9-11-67 Jam 0:26 (P.D.) 1-16-68 Stay Away - take 6 2:22 (Tepper/Bennett) 1-16-68 U.S. Male - take 11 3:00 (Jerry Reed) 1-16-68 Too Much Monkey Business - takes 4, 10 4:20 (Chuck Berry) 1-15-68 Going Home - take 29 2:28 (Joy Byers) 1-15-68 Compilation Produced by Ernst Mikael Jørgensen & Roger Semon. Mastered by Lene Reidel at Tocano. Original A&R: Felton Jarvis Original engineers: Jim Malloy, Al Pachucki & Bill Vandevort. All selections recorded at RCA’s studio “B”, Nashville. Musicians: Scotty Moore, Chip Young, Harold Bradley, Jerry Reed, Bob Moore, Henry Strzelecki, Charlie McCoy, Buddy Harman, D.J. Fontana, Floyd Cramer, Henry Slaughter, David Briggs, Pete Drake, Rufus Long, Boots Randolph, Ray Stevens. Singers: Millie Kirkham, June Page, Dolores Edgin, The Jordanaires, The Imperials.
Source: EPE - Elvis Presley Enterprises / Updated: Oct 29, 2003 
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SilviaZ (profilecontact) wrote on Oct 31, 2003report abuse
To 8735: You obviously refuse to see the reality. I agree with the previous speakers - Elvis was, is and will always be the greatest in no matter what. Please be realistic and face the facts!
Albert (profilecontact) wrote on Oct 30, 2003report abuse
This is really an amazing compilation. This is such a huge contrast with the soundtracks that Elvis recorded during the same year. It really hinted to the direction Elvis wanted to go ('68 Comeback Special, the Memphis records, etc.).This album should be sold in musicshop also. A shame that most of the people only know Elvis from Teddy Bear and Don't Be Cruel kinda songs. There so much more (and better!) material to enjoy from The King.
Steve Morse (profilecontact) wrote on Oct 30, 2003report abuse
Most of the comments so far seem rather off-topic. I like the track listing for "So High", but it's rather a dodgy title for an Elvis CD, don't you think, even if it is technically a fans-only release ?
Jelvis (profilecontact) wrote on Oct 30, 2003
Invisible because there was a personal attack
Jelvis (profilecontact) wrote on Oct 30, 2003report abuse
International Acclaim: Elvis Presley’s trophy room at Graceland is filled with gold and platinum records and awards of all kinds from around the world. Some of the countries represented are: Norway, Yugoslavia, Japan, Australia, South Africa, England, Sweden, Germany, France, Canada, Belgium, and the Netherlands. It is interesting to note that, except for a handful of movie soundtrack songs, Elvis did not record in other languages, and, except for five shows in three Canadian cities in 1957, he did not perform in concert outside the United States. Still, his recordings and films enjoyed, and continue to enjoy, popularity all over the globe, and he is known throughout the world by his first name.
Record Chart Statistics: Elvis has had no less than 149 songs to appear on Billboard’s Hot 100 Pop Chart in America. Of these, 114 were in the top forty, 40 were in the top ten, and 18 went to number one. His number one singles spent a total of 80 weeks at number one. He has also had over 90 charted albums with ten of them reaching number one. These figures are only for the pop charts, and only in America. He was also a leading artist in the American country, R&B, and gospel fields, and his chart success in other countries was substantial.
Jelvis (profilecontact) wrote on Oct 30, 2003
Invisible because there was a personal attack
Renan (profilecontact) wrote on Oct 30, 2003report abuse
It sounds great, and I´m sure going to buy it.
Null (profilecontact) wrote on Oct 30, 2003report abuse
Hey,8735 think before you write! As CD and FM has stated Elvis Presley is the greatest(I believe) performer there ever was. Despite all the new bands and singers coming out each year they will never beat Elvis. They may in years to come beat his record sales(not very likely though), but they will not beat the true greatness of the man. Elvis like the Beatles was unique, you could say he started the cycle of Rock music. I will be buying Elvis: So High when it comes out! Long live the King of Rock N' Roll!
CD King (profilecontact) wrote on Oct 30, 2003report abuse
8735, what are you talking about? Can't understand anything - are you drunk?? Anyway FM, Elvis Presley sold 1 Billion records in 1986 - today -I think they've lost count, it may be more than 2 Billion. Elvis Presley next year 2004 celebrates his 50th Years in Show Business. Nobody can even come near him in sheer power in selling records or the magic of Live Concerts. He was and still is indeed The King of the Whole Wide World. Before Elvis there was nothing - after Elvis there is still nothing!!!
PDFMA (profilecontact) wrote on Oct 29, 2003report abuse
To 8735, We mostly do not understand what the heck you are saying. I know every person has the right to buy and say what ever they want. Just to let you know, pulling Elvis off the self at record stores, is not going to happen, He sells more records than any current live performer !
He is the Best Selling Artist of All Time, He has sold more than 1 Billion Records, and will continue to sell Billions more. He is The King of Music, He was, He is, He will always be The King !! And Don't You Forget It. When some other entertainer come even close of doing what Elvis has achieved, then he will the honor of being on the same playing field as The King, But until now there has not been anyone who has even come close to him, so he is in a league of his own. Long Live The King !!
8735 (profilecontact) wrote on Oct 29, 2003report abuse
I don´t agree. If I see that 2nd to none was a ruin in sells. Since now I don´t see the human being anynore. I see a piece of merchandishe. I am not interest anymore. And why I write this opinion if I don´t interest? Because I want that the reader see that in this earth we have one person that take boring of these boring records. Because is better to bought other things about Elvis merchandishe and no music. Because in one site of a record store I ask to the manager "please, take away all Elvis music merchandishe because is a trash of time". And I sure that this person made it. I am annoyed of one person that will be erase from music history from his same fans and I know who is the manager of this movement that made 2nd to none were a ruin. Is sad but I am sincere. But If anyone is interest to buy it. Please, buy it, is the person money.
Bill (BW) (profilecontact) wrote on Oct 29, 2003report abuse
This listing in genuine. The announcement appears on Graceland's site. Also, Graceland has announced that the next series of 7 inch soundtracks, "Viva Las Vegas," "Harum Scarum," and "Frankie & Johnny" will be released on November 10th.

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