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music2 wrote:Where can Vol. 1 of this set be obtained? Thank You.
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Lots of surprises on the audio for the disc as it will contain with previous unreleased material ..
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not sure if mrs has dry sources but i think the ftd one will possibly.
hey king does the acetate have the skip like on the previous release?
Any comments as to how you feel this
will compare to what Ernst has in store
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The Purple Gang wrote:Blue slacks with a pink jacket. We think not!!
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ekenee wrote:Marko wrote:
I wonder what unreleased footage they are talking about.
I wondered about this myself. It can't be any Pied Piper footage since they say it predates the Magnolia Gardens footage.
The only footage that I have ever read about is the 2 second clip at the Jimmy Rogers Parade in Meridian Mississippi in May of 1955.
Could it be that? Hard to say. I can't imagine a whole dvd put together for a 2 second clip.
Or it could be some previously unknown footage.
Wouldn't it be cool if he had the footage of a Hayride show.
Or a local tv show like the Orbison show.
Anyone care to speculate?
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drjohncarpenter wrote:I'm so not looking forward to this release. That claim about the sound being better than Elvis At SUN is an outright lie, I can't stand the "Happy Days" colurized photos, and it is highly suspicious from where some of the tracks originate.
Save your time and your money for the real deal -- Ernst's SUN FTD book and CD set is not too far off. You won't believe the amazing unpublished -- and true color -- photos and fascinating, first-person accounts from those early days. A lot of time is going into this project. Plus, the whole shebang will be mastered by the great Kevan Budd.
Sun Oct 22, 2006 8:04 am
ekenee wrote:I will say that I passed on the first volume, and I did not buy
"Elvis at Sun" preferring to wait for the FTD book cd set.... I am still awaiting the Sun era Box set.
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