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Tomorrow Is A Long Time Re-Mix Question

Wed Sep 21, 2005 8:44 pm

Joe Tunzi's Sessions III book states that there is a re-mix of 'Tomorrow Is A Long Time' on 'A Valentines Gift For You'.

Does anyone know if this re-mix is also on the CD titled 'Tomorrow Is A Long Time'?

Either way, is this re-mix worth the purchase of a CD?

bpd

Thu Sep 22, 2005 12:09 am

bpd -

I was looking forward to reading the answers to this !

Seems you got them all puzzled !

Thu Sep 22, 2005 1:26 am

I wouldn't think it's worth trying to get hold of this album just for this song. Elvis is too far back, and the instruments are too up front in the mix for my liking. It's a lot more of a mellow mix than is on "Spinout" and the CD "Tomorrow Is A Long Time"

Check it out for yourself, here's a comparison:-

Tomorrow Is A Long Time - A Valentines Gift For You

Tomorrow Is A Long Time - Spinout (FTD)

Thu Sep 22, 2005 3:11 am

ColinB wrote:bpd -

I was looking forward to reading the answers to this !

Seems you got them all puzzled !


I guess so. You and Keith F. were both on the board when I posted. I thought for sure that I would have an answer in less than a minute. :)

bpd

Thu Sep 22, 2005 3:42 am

Keith F wrote:I wouldn't think it's worth trying to get hold of this album just for this song. Elvis is too far back, and the instruments are too up front in the mix for my liking. It's a lot more of a mellow mix than is on "Spinout" and the CD "Tomorrow Is A Long Time"

Check it out for yourself, here's a comparison:-

Tomorrow Is A Long Time - A Valentines Gift For You

Tomorrow Is A Long Time - Spinout (FTD)


Now that is service! Thanks Keith.

I agree with you...but I'm such a completist fool that I’ll buy it anyway…just so someday when I’m 80 years old I can spend the remaining years of my life putting my collection in order...even though I'll probably never listen to it that way.

But...does this mean that there are 3 mixes? Tommorow Is A Long Time, A Valentine Gift for You, and the original mix?

bpd
Last edited by bpd on Thu Sep 22, 2005 5:20 pm, edited 1 time in total.

Thu Sep 22, 2005 10:34 am

The original mix (Spinout, 60's Box etc...) seems to be the same as the mix on "Tomorrow Is A Long Time" as I thought I'd mentioned above

I suppose we're all completists in a way Brian, so I understand what you mean about getting the album anyway!

Thu Sep 22, 2005 10:52 am

Keith -

Thanks for the links !

I wouldn't have a clue how to put audio on here !

Thu Sep 22, 2005 5:24 pm

Keith F wrote:The original mix (Spinout, 60's Box etc...) seems to be the same as the mix on "Tomorrow Is A Long Time" as I thought I'd mentioned above

I suppose we're all completists in a way Brian, so I understand what you mean about getting the album anyway!


Wait a minute. How did you know that my name was Brian?

bpd

Thu Sep 22, 2005 11:49 pm

Keith is all-knowing. :lol: :lol:

I somehow got that LP back in the '80s. :oops:
Considering the song in the "love song" context, I
guess the "mellow mix"
version made the song fit in more.

Fri Sep 23, 2005 2:18 am

Gregory Nolan Jr. wrote:Keith is all-knowing. :lol: :lol:

I somehow got that LP back in the '80s. :oops:
Considering the song in the "love song" context, I
guess the "mellow mix"
version made the song fit in more.


All knowing about Elvis, yes, but...

bpd

Fri Sep 23, 2005 8:15 pm

Gregory Nolan Jr. wrote:Keith is all-knowing. :lol: :lol:

I somehow got that LP back in the '80s. :oops:
Considering the song in the "love song" context, I
guess the "mellow mix"
version made the song fit in more.


The type of mix was common from 1985-88, during the Greg Geller era at RCA/BMG.

Tom (from Ohio)

Fri Sep 23, 2005 8:19 pm

bpd wrote:
Gregory Nolan Jr. wrote:Keith is all-knowing. :lol: :lol:

I somehow got that LP back in the '80s. :oops:
Considering the song in the "love song" context, I
guess the "mellow mix"
version made the song fit in more.


All knowing about Elvis, yes, but...

bpd


Well, what else would I be referring to? On the Elvis
tip, he is among the best we have.

And besides, although more of a saint than Steve M., he too
is doing fanstastic work in getting Elvis' work out there for
the fans!