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luckyjackson1 wrote:Please, Mr. Jorgensen, tell us you knew about it, purchased it and put it on the 3-CD set "A Boy From Tupelo"!
Unfortunately, I doubt it.
Which would leave the door wide open for... MRS
Mrs who? :lol:


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elvisalisellers wrote:
Blue River wrote:
elvisalisellers wrote:
luckyjackson1 wrote:Please, Mr. Jorgensen, tell us you knew about it, purchased it and put it on the 3-CD set "A Boy From Tupelo"!
Unfortunately, I doubt it.
Which would leave the door wide open for... MRS
Mrs who? :lol:

MRS Jones :P .

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According to Ger Rijff It WILL be on the Sun box ... let's cross our fingers


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holy crap! awesome! cant believe it!



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elvisalisellers wrote:
Blue River wrote:
elvisalisellers wrote:
luckyjackson1 wrote:Please, Mr. Jorgensen, tell us you knew about it, purchased it and put it on the 3-CD set "A Boy From Tupelo"!
Unfortunately, I doubt it.
Which would leave the door wide open for... MRS
Mrs who? :lol:
Hopefully Mrs. FTD! :D


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memphisflash wrote:According to Ger Rijff it WILL be on the Sun box ... let's cross our fingers
What he said was Ernst mentioned a version of Forgot To Remember to him - that doesn't mean it's the version we're listening to now. I didn't take Ger's comment as proof that that particular piece of audio will be on there.

I hope it is, of course.


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Bill Tanner wrote:
memphisflash wrote:According to Ger Rijff it WILL be on the Sun box ... let's cross our fingers
What he said was Ernst mentioned a version of Forgot To Remember to him - that doesn't mean it's the version we're listening to now. I didn't take Ger's comment as proof that that particular piece of audio will be on there.

I hope it is, of course.

That's true, but I guess this is the version Ger means, He know's what he's talking about, and if it's 50's, I'll take his opinion anytime ...


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memphisflash wrote:
Bill Tanner wrote:
memphisflash wrote:According to Ger Rijff it WILL be on the Sun box ... let's cross our fingers
What he said was Ernst mentioned a version of Forgot To Remember to him - that doesn't mean it's the version we're listening to now. I didn't take Ger's comment as proof that that particular piece of audio will be on there.

I hope it is, of course.

That's true, but I guess this is the version Ger means, He know's what he's talking about, and if it's 50's, I'll take his opinion anytime ...
He said "Ernst mentioned 'I Forgot' to be part of the new songs featured". So it could be this version. Could be another version though, we'll soon find out.


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Bill Tanner wrote:
memphisflash wrote:According to Ger Rijff it WILL be on the Sun box ... let's cross our fingers
What he said was Ernst mentioned a version of Forgot To Remember to him - that doesn't mean it's the version we're listening to now. I didn't take Ger's comment as proof that that particular piece of audio will be on there.

I hope it is, of course.
It would be peculiar if amberola1b, uploaded this particular version/source to YouTube, after already securing a deal with Ernst/FTD. :smt102


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elvisalisellers wrote: It would be peculiar if amberola1b, uploaded this particular version/source to YouTube, after already securing a deal with Ernst/FTD. :smt102
Those were my thoughts too.

Well, he's on Youtube so it'd be easy to ask him any questions we want. The first question being HAVE YOU GOT ANY MORE????????


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elvisalisellers wrote:It would be peculiar if amberola1b, uploaded this particular version/source to YouTube, after already securing a deal with Ernst/FTD. :smt102
Yeah, he would have mentioned it on the clip or something... after all, it was only uploaded a few days ago.


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Well, why not? If I had the money already and knowing this thing will be released pretty soon, why not share it (in worse audio quality) with the fans? Nice gesture!


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AVSP wrote:Brilliant story and great audio considering - what a find after all these years

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Is this on the new Sun FTD set???

Think its probably Hayride radio not TV though, what you think?

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This is but one example of "attic" recordings Ernst has spoken of for years.

What a beautiful performance. It's definitely an authentic Lousiana Hayride radio broadcast.

We first hear Buzz Busby and the Bayou Boys, then Horace Logan introduces Elvis, Scotty and Bill. Logan indicates the song has been doing well for weeks, which would place the date to one of these appearances:

10-01-1955
10-29-1955


These were Elvis' only two Hayride visits that month. My guess is the audio clip is from the earlier date, Saturday, October 1, 1955 -- six weeks after the release of Sun 223, and Buzz Busby was the featured guest that evening.


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drjohncarpenter wrote:These were Elvis' only two Hayride visits this month. My guess is the audio clip is from the earlier date, Saturday, October 1, 1955 -- six weeks after the release of Sun 223, and Buzz Busby was the featured guest that evening.
That would be my best guess too.


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A few years ago the story made the rounds that many Louisiana Hayride performances were recorded by a photographer in Sheveport in exchange for doing photography for the Hayride. Supposedly, in the late '50s his photography shop was burglarized and the tapes stolen (apparently not for the content, but because magnetic tape was expensive back then). Wouldn't it be great if this find was just a sample of what was stolen and there are many additional recording out there?

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Thank you so much for posting this. Wow!



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Amazing!


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Trevor Cajiao - The bad news is that this WON'T be on the 'A Boy From Tupelo' boxed set. Like all of us, Ernst was unaware of its existence until today.
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drjohncarpenter wrote:
AVSP wrote:Brilliant story and great audio considering - what a find after all these years

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Is this on the new Sun FTD set???

Think its probably Hayride radio not TV though, what you think?

TCB, Shaky
This is but one example of "attic" recordings Ernst has spoken of for years.

What a beautiful performance. It's definitely an authentic Lousiana Hayride radio broadcast.

We first hear Buzz Busby and the Bayou Boys, then Horace Logan introduces Elvis, Scotty and Bill. Logan indicates the song has been doing well for weeks, which would place the date to one of these appearances:

10-01-1955
10-29-1955


These were Elvis' only two Hayride visits that month. My guess is the audio clip is from the earlier date, Saturday, October 1, 1955 -- six weeks after the release of Sun 223, and Buzz Busby was the featured guest that evening.
Fantastic researching job, Doc! Thanks for that! ::rocks ::rocks ::rocks
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Yes it is amazing! What beautiful singing! Hopefuly there's more to come.


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JohnnyRebel42 wrote:
Trevor Cajiao - The bad news is that this WON'T be on the 'A Boy From Tupelo' boxed set. Like all of us, Ernst was unaware of its existence until today.
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Who is Trevor Cajiao?


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JohnnyRebel42 wrote:
Trevor Cajiao - The bad news is that this WON'T be on the 'A Boy From Tupelo' boxed set. Like all of us, Ernst was unaware of its existence until today.
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Where is that quote from please?


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Renan wrote:
JohnnyRebel42 wrote:
Trevor Cajiao - The bad news is that this WON'T be on the 'A Boy From Tupelo' boxed set. Like all of us, Ernst was unaware of its existence until today.
:(
Who is Trevor Cajiao?
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Tony.. wrote:
JohnnyRebel42 wrote:
Trevor Cajiao - The bad news is that this WON'T be on the 'A Boy From Tupelo' boxed set. Like all of us, Ernst was unaware of its existence until today.
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Where is that quote from please?
From Trevor's mouth ...................... or fingers.


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JohnnyRebel42 wrote:
Trevor Cajiao - The bad news is that this WON'T be on the 'A Boy From Tupelo' boxed set. Like all of us, Ernst was unaware of its existence until today.
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