JerryNodak wrote:No I don't need "Sings Hits From His Movies," but I would like to have the Camden title "C'mon Everybody" on cd along with Elvis' Christmas Album ('70) with the original cover. Then I'd be a happy camper. I don't care where they're released. I just want them.
Get off your collective arse, Sony.
I would not need and not buy that either, whatever the format (albeit I own Separate Ways CD simply because of the cover
C'mon Everybody isn't really needed in any format IMO; maybe a "new" what-if-album containing the early 60s movie songs, that have only been released on EPs back then. Just for over-completeness sake... at least it would be a better listening experience than the short-of-songs FTD versions (as great as they are to have)
The '70 Christams album could be a 2 FTD together with it's 50s original counterpart. As there are not much outtakes available, this could make a nice FTD set for (over)completness sake. For sentimental reasons I have a soft spot for the 70s-version. Btw, the 70s Camden album was due to come out on import last Christmas, but somehow failed to reach it's aim, as it did not contain the promised contents. Instead of concentrating on the 60s songs plus adding the 68 version of Blue Christmas, it just became a hotchpotch Christmas album with a nostalgic cover.
Ken, to combine Charro with the Stand Up Shows seems quite bizarre to me.
Personally I would prefer the late sixties movie soundtracks on the mentioned Camden CDs. I would not like to have a single CD with say 50 takes of Charro and Let's Forget About the Stars, or a CD full of all takes of The Wiffenproof Song. But everyone is free to have his own preferences. Time will show, what FTD will release.