There's A Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On

The Circle G import label released the classic bootleg title There's A Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On on a double LP / CD set. 

From the press release: To mark the 50th anniversary of the 1970 Nashville recordings this classic release is reissued on a high quality double vinyl album on blue and red vinyl. The original CD issued in 1995 has always been considered one of the finest Elvis releases. This album features raw uncut and undubbed versions of some of his finest performances. 

Side A
01. Warming Up
02. Little Cabin On The Hill
03. A Hundred Years From Now
04. Faded Love
05. The Fool
06. There Goes My Everything
07. It Ain’t No Big Thing

Side B
01. Got My Mojo Working / Keep Your Hands Off Her
02. Yellow Rose Of Texas
03. If I Were You
04. Snowbird
05. Cindy, Cindy
06. Where Did They Go Lord ?
07. Patch It Up

Side C
01. Running Scared
02. Tomorrow Never Comes
03. Faded Love
04. I Washed My Hands In Muddy Water
05. Whole Lotta Shakin’ Goin’ On
    
Side D
01. Bridge Over Troubled Water

Bonus Tracks
June 4/5, 1970
02. Mystery Train / Tiger Man (Jam) 
03. I Was Born About Ten Thousand Years Ago 
June 7/8, 1970
04. I Really Don’t Want To Know – Undubbed Master 
June 6/7, 1970
05. Just Pretend – Take 1, 2   
06. Heart Of Rome – Take 1  

Tracks CD:
01.  Warming Up
02.  Little Cabin On The Hill
03.  A Hundred Years From Now
04.  Faded Love
05.  The Fool
06.  There Goes My Everything
07.  It Ain’t No Big Thing
08.  Got My Mojo Working / Keep Your Hands Off Her
09.  Yellow Rose Of Texas
10.  If I Were You
11.  Snowbird
12.  Cindy, Cindy
13.  Where Did They Go Lord ?
14.  Patch It Up
15.  Running Scared
16.  Tomorrow Never Comes
17.  Faded Love
18.  I Washed My Hands In Muddy Water
19.  Whole Lotta Shakin’ Goin’ On
20.  Bridge Over Troubled Water

Bonus Tracks
June 4/5, 1970
21.  Mystery Train / Tiger Man (Jam) 
22.  I Was Born About Ten Thousand Years Ago 
June 7/8, 1970
23.  I Really Don’t Want To Know - Undubbed Master 
June 6/7, 1970
24.  Just Pretend – Take 1, 2   
25.  Heart Of Rome – Take 1  

Source: elv75 / Updated: Jun 7, 2020 
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Reactions

Boxcar (profilecontact) wrote on Jun 10, 2020report abuse
The bootleg was much more pure and unedited. RCA also edited out some bad language (i.e. the mo.erf.cker in Cindy Cindy etc.) Outtakes of 70's songs were still a miracle back then. And getting all these unedited recordings was pure gold in those days.
Gladyslove (profilecontact) wrote on Jun 9, 2020report abuse
This was a gas then. And it is in parts different then the officiall Essential release. I just can´t say what exactly is different, I can´t remember well.
jaques marcello (profilecontact) wrote on Jun 8, 2020report abuse
I will wait for the official launch scheduled for August
Boxcar (profilecontact) wrote on Jun 8, 2020report abuse
The original was hot because they released the bootleg only a short time before RCA planned to release most of it on the new Essential Elvis CD "A Hundred Years From Now". It's been crazy times back then. This re-release here is a boring pure cashing in while playing with the 50 year copyright rules in europe.

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