You Don't Have To Say You Love Me

Here is the flyer for the follow up to Straight Arrow's Faded Love. The CD carries the title You Don't Have To Say You Love Me and the showdate is February 21, 1973 D.S. Like Faded Love it is a two mike ambience recording.

Source: Email / Updated: Jul 22, 2010 
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Ciscoking (profilecontact) wrote on Jul 25, 2010report abuse
Thank you...for the nice words..appreciated...
drjohncarpenter0117 (profilecontact) wrote on Jul 25, 2010report abuse
benny scott: point taken my friend and of course dealers have to be careful with who they deal with?...but i know how mad it was for me in the early days trying to get hold of the latest 'boot' when all the Elvis mage were reviewing these,pretty much as they do now.Advise to any Elvis fans dipping there toes in the import market is as always do some homework and sooner or later the floodgates will open and then boy oh boy are you in for some serious spending...........who said being a Elvis fan is cheap.Again there are many www for reviews on just about every boot released but for me and not because he contributes a lot on this forum but do check out Ciscoking www,well worth a visit and has helped me for many years in selecting the 'better' boots to get...........good luck my friends and happy hunting.
benny scott (profilecontact) wrote on Jul 24, 2010report abuse
Drjohn : nice posting . Yes, you're right : those were the days ! But like you wrote : record fairs are few, also here in Belgium, and surely NO selling of bootlegs anymore, I explained why in my previous posting. A nice gesture from your side trying to help other Elvisfriends who would like to have the important (some are not ) imports. I really would like to help too, really I would, but I tried it once and gave the e-mail address of my supplier to a member of this site . A couple of hours later I got an e-mail from the supplier asking me friendly not to do so anymore in the future, otherwise he would exclude me from being supplied myself . He refused to take new clients. In all honesty, I can understand his ( their) point of view. They know their regulars and don't take riscs with newcomers, and that's a pity for the other Elvisfriends . Always El.
drjohncarpenter0117 (profilecontact) wrote on Jul 24, 2010report abuse
aaah the weird and the wonderful world of imports and how fans get hold of them??? years past going back to the 70's the good old Record fairs were my way of buying the latest 'Bootleg' on vinyl and with the advent of cd again this was also the case and i often could not wait for the next fair and would often be then hours before they open just to be the first to get to the Elvis dealers.Alas Record fairs are now few and often do not sell 'boots' due to point already made by Benny Scott,i have for many years now dealt with a Legend in the Elvis world here in the UK and always sends me the latest ones and have had a good relationship along these basis.For fans trying to get in the import side of Elvis try talking to fellow fans and i am sure contact details will be careful as some so called import dealers do charge too much for latest cds etc so do your homework and you should be ok...........there are some excellent dealers out there and if you have no joy drop me a line and we will have a private chat via personel email. All the best and huge respect to the 'true Elvis fans' on this forum.
benny scott (profilecontact) wrote on Jul 24, 2010report abuse
Hi Greg and Fanatic , just to let you know that the majority of these imports are made here in Europe . To be honest, it's not that difficult for us to obtain them, but the dealers have their regular clients and are not keen accepting new ones because they're afraid having sooner or later troubles dealing bootlegs. One of my former dealers got caught and his whole stock was destroyed and had to pay a very very heavy fine.
P.S. Greg ; check your inbox in a day or two, there'll be a short message from me. Take care and have a nice weekend ! Always El.
Greg Nolan (profilecontact) wrote on Jul 23, 2010report abuse
'Fanatic, I've been a fan for 30-plus years and only in the last decade to I truly find the world of ELvis "imports" and harder still to find how to get them. Many use ebay for starters. Get your feet wet and doors open for you. These discs are out there. Looks like a beauty but is strictly for hard-core (not casual) Elvis fans, so there's no need for the inevitable anti-Audience Recording crowd to chime in... SA has a pretty good track record if you dig this sort of completism.
Tony C (profilecontact) wrote on Jul 23, 2010report abuse
It is no easier to get these CDs in any other country, it is an underground market. The only way is via the main internet auction sites, which are worldwide. You have to be quick, though, as the listings usually get removed pretty quickly. America used to be the main source of bootlegs in the seventies, I can well remember buying money orders from the bank to post or enclosing cash between two sheets of carbon paper. I bet that will ring a few bells with people! I was never ripped off, I always got the albums I ordered.
Elvis_Fanatic (profilecontact) wrote on Jul 23, 2010report abuse
I read about these CD's on this website all the time, BUT.... I live in the U.S. and can NEVER find them to buy. I always feel left out. Seems there's never anything new offered here in the states. Just always the same old stuff I already own.
Mofoca22 (profilecontact) wrote on Jul 23, 2010report abuse
where did you guys get to hear samples of that from?
You Dont Know Me (profilecontact) wrote on Jul 22, 2010report abuse
I can thoroughly agree with Ciscoking....i heard the sample too and its an above average show in great sound and 100% worthwhile buying to add to your collection!!!
Ciscoking (profilecontact) wrote on Jul 22, 2010report abuse
I heard a sample of What Now My Love ..and I was impressed..really..well..I still

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