Soundtrack Re-issues And Gospel CD

Sony will release the soundtracks of the movies G.I Blues, Viva Las Vegas, Roustabout, Girls! Girls! Girls!, Frankie And Johnny, Girl Happy, Clambake and Fun In Acapulco in their Sony Special Product Series on January 26, 2010.

Also set for release from Sony Special Products, on December 29, 2009, is the CD "An Evening Prayer".


  • G.I. Blues
  1. Tonight Is So Right For Love
  2. What's She Really Like
  3. Frankfort Special
  4. Wooden Heart
  5. G.I. Blues
  6. Pocketful Of Rainbows
  7. Shoppin' Around
  8. Big Boots
  9. Didja' Ever
  10. Blue Suede Shoes
  11. Doin' The Best I Can
  • Viva Las Vegas
  1. Viva Las Vegas
  2. What I'd Say
  3. If You Think I Don't Need You
  4. I Need Somebody To Lean On
  5. C'mon Everybody
  6. Today, Tomorrow And Forever
  7.  Night Life
  8. Santa Lucia
  9. Do The Vega
  10. You're The Boss (Duet with Ann-Margret)
  11. The Yellow Rose Of Texas/The Eyes Of Texas
  12. The Lady Loves Me
  • Girls! Girls! Girls!
  1. Girls! Girls! Girls!
  2. I Don't Wanna Be Tied
  3. Where Do You Come From
  4. I Don't Want To
  5. We'll Be Together
  6. A Boy Like Me, A Girl Like You
  7. Earth Boy
  8. Return To Sender
  9. Because Of Love
  10. Thanks To The Rolling Sea
  11. Song Of The Shrimp
  12. The Walls Have Ears
  13. We're Coming In Loaded
  • Frankie And Johnny 
  1. Frankie And Johnny
  2. Come Along
  3. Petunia, The Gardener's Daughter
  4. Chesay
  5. What Every Woman Lives For
  6. Look Out, Broadway
  7. Beginner's Luck
  8. Down By The Riverside / When The Saints Go Marching In
  9. Shout It Out
  10. Hard Luck
  11. Please Don't Stop Loving Me
  12. Everybody Come Aboard
  • Girl Happy
  1. Girl Happy
  2. Spring Fever
  3. Fort Lauderdale Chamber Of Commerce
  4. Startin' Tonight
  5. Wolf Call
  6. Do Not Disturb
  7. Cross My Heart And Hope To Die
  8. The Meanest Girl In Town
  9. Do The Clam
  10. Puppet On A String
  11. I've Got To Find My Baby
  12. You'll Be Gone
  • Roustabout
  1. Roustabout
  2. Little Egypt
  3. Poison Ivy League
  4. Hard Knocks
  5. It's A Wonderful World
  6. Big Love, Big Heartache
  7. One Track Heart
  8. It's Carnival Time
  9. Carny Town
  10. There's A Brand New Day On The Horizon
  11. Wheels On My Heels
  • Fun In Acapulco 
  1. Fun In Acapulco
  2. Vino, Dinero Y Amor
  3. Mexico
  4. El Toro
  5. Marguerita
  6. The Bullfighter Was A Lady
  7. (There's) No Room To Rhumba In A Sports Car
  8. I Think I'm Gonna Like It Here (Take 1)
  9. Bossa Nova Baby
  10. You Can't Say No In Acapulco
  11. Guadalajara
  12. Love Me Tonight
  13. Slowly But Surely
Source: / Updated: Nov 26, 2009 
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schemies (profilecontact) wrote on Dec 11, 2009report abuse
For Roustabout, the should also include "I'm a Roustabout", because then this song would be finally on the correct album, not just on "2nd to None". And to my ears the double feature masters sound not bad, so why complaining ?
schemies (profilecontact) wrote on Dec 11, 2009report abuse
Well, even if they remix it (and Vic Anesini would be the best to do it), they could release them as double features again. Viva Las Vegas & Roustabout have been together on the first double feature release, so this would be a real hit with improved sound. Splitting it on 2 CD's is just a rip off in my eyes.
Sparky (profilecontact) wrote on Dec 3, 2009report abuse
Can someone confirm Vic Anesini's involvement in these? If so, wow!
waymore44 (profilecontact) wrote on Dec 3, 2009report abuse
I'm happy about the soundtracks being re-released, even the awful "Clambake" soundtrack. Hey at least it'll have the bonus songs so we'll get "Guitar Man". The quality of the double features releases is so bad compared to Vic Anesini's work on the ELVIS AT THE MOVIES set and the downloads from itunes. I will be glad to have the soundtracks on their own CD and with the original artwork and bonus songs as they originally were. It's cool that they are finally doing a "Viva Las Vegas" soundtrack CD. Not all of us spring for the FTD releases. I've bought those that are essential because they can't be gotten somewhere else, such as the "Live In Memphis '74" album. Finally we had a decent mix with no canned applause and the extra songs included. Honestly with the soundboard releases, after buying a few FTD's, I've gone to downloading them as mp3's.

I'll be buying every one of these new BMG CD's. Can't wait for "Roustabout". That's one of my favorite soundtracks. By the way, I haven't had a chance to compare the Double features "Roustabout" with my vinyl, but is what was released on cd back in the 90's the actual masters from "Roustabout"? When watching the movie, I notice that what I hear in the film I would swear are different vocals sometimes than the CD. Anyone else noticed this? Or am I out of my mind? Thanks, JD
JerryNodak (profilecontact) wrote on Dec 2, 2009report abuse
Soundtrack re-issuses. Just the masters with the bonus songs where applicable. No outtakes. Sound remasterd by Vic Anesini. I'm as happy as a kid in a candy store!
mature_elvis_fan75 (profilecontact) wrote on Nov 29, 2009report abuse
How about a few outtakes then i could sell off my Ftd titles of the same name! I nned the room(never liked the oversized classic albums)and the money!
I am Buffalo-Horn! (profilecontact) wrote on Nov 29, 2009report abuse
Talking of short running albums (See the 'An Evening Prayer' correspondence) it would have been nice to have had the new "Viva Las Vegas" album including "The Climb" & the two Ann-Margaret songs "Appreciation" & " My Rival"..
Steve V (profilecontact) wrote on Nov 28, 2009report abuse
No problem Jerry. At least if we disagree, its civil and we can have an intelligent dialog unlike some other 'fans' on this site. Welcome back!
JerryNodak (profilecontact) wrote on Nov 28, 2009report abuse
Forgot to metion: If these are mastered by VIC Anesini these soundtracks are being released in their best sound to date. Prehaps the best we'll ever get. Glad these are being released into the general marketplace for those who want/need them. Also, a thank you to Steve V. for inviting me back to the MB.
JerryNodak (profilecontact) wrote on Nov 28, 2009report abuse
I'm certainly going to buy Roustabout as the sound on the Double Features version of years ago absolutely sucked. I'll probably buy VLV as Lene Reidel's mastering "blasted' all the warmth out of the masters on the FTD version. I might buy F & J. I have no need for the others.
lray (profilecontact) wrote on Nov 28, 2009report abuse
It has been stated on another web site that these are from the new remasteres. So sound quality be be great. Also if Amazon does not get enough preorders, then these will be cancelled.
dennyelvis (profilecontact) wrote on Nov 28, 2009report abuse
I agree that the soundtracks are catered for by FTD, but the reissue of the CD "An Evening Prayer", i believe is long over due.
Steve V (profilecontact) wrote on Nov 27, 2009report abuse
Certain soundtracks like the 2 above should be out there again. Certain ones like Clambake, F&J, etc . should stay hidden from the public forever. Its damaging to his legacy in my opinion and is part of the reason why the public could never take Elvis seriously as an artist in the first place. So why relive all that again? Some of these songs are atrocious. FTD is quite good enough for these to exist.
Dixieland Rock (profilecontact) wrote on Nov 27, 2009report abuse
Glad to see the movie soundtracks coming back out on the shelves. Great news.
Brian Quinn (profilecontact) wrote on Nov 27, 2009report abuse
Excellent news and not before time.
luciano77 (profilecontact) wrote on Nov 27, 2009report abuse
why they put this cd again on store. we have it already on the FTD Label. So borring. As RCA was!!
GEORGE (GK) (profilecontact) wrote on Nov 27, 2009report abuse
Fans can now get the movie soundtracks, in stores and on line. And thats great. Good or bad, the movie soundtracks are a part of the wonderful Legacy of Elvis Presley.

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