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Re: I Forgot To Remember To Forget (LIVE) 1955

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Frenchie wrote:
MysteryTrain wrote:amberola1b, the poster on YouTube, posted this when asked if he had more Elvis recordings:

"No, I actually found this by accident. I actually bought two spools of wire that were labeled Gabriel Heater, who was a W.W. 2 news correspondant and I thought it would have audio by this person on them, but they were recorded over with country western music recorded on them. And in the middle of the spool was this clip although incomplete as it may be from the show Louisiana Hayride, and it`s got the whole Elvis performance on it."

Also, when requested to contact Ernst Jorgensen, amberola1b posted: "I'll see what I can do."

My thought is Ernst should acquire this for a future project. I'm sure it's far too late for inclusion in "The Boy From Tupelo." I'm sure there are other "attic" artifacts out there, but sadly some may never be found.

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Now let's hope some good investigation will be made concerning the "source" where he got the tape!!!He bought this from a guy that maybe have some more not even knowing it....fingers crossed.
I say again - it was wire, not tape, and the market can hardly be flooded with wire recordings. My guess is that "amberola" is someone who has a fascination with the history of recorded sound and his purchase and audition of this recording is just a miraculous happening as far as we Elvis fans are concerned.

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Re: I Forgot To Remember To Forget (LIVE) 1955

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Steve Morse wrote:
Frenchie wrote:
MysteryTrain wrote:amberola1b, the poster on YouTube, posted this when asked if he had more Elvis recordings:

"No, I actually found this by accident. I actually bought two spools of wire that were labeled Gabriel Heater, who was a W.W. 2 news correspondant and I thought it would have audio by this person on them, but they were recorded over with country western music recorded on them. And in the middle of the spool was this clip although incomplete as it may be from the show Louisiana Hayride, and it`s got the whole Elvis performance on it."

Also, when requested to contact Ernst Jorgensen, amberola1b posted: "I'll see what I can do."

My thought is Ernst should acquire this for a future project. I'm sure it's far too late for inclusion in "The Boy From Tupelo." I'm sure there are other "attic" artifacts out there, but sadly some may never be found.

It's a great day to be an Elvis fan!

MT
Now let's hope some good investigation will be made concerning the "source" where he got the tape!!!He bought this from a guy that maybe have some more not even knowing it....fingers crossed.
I say again - it was wire, not tape, and the market can hardly be flooded with wire recordings. My guess is that "amberola" is someone who has a fascination with the history of recorded sound and his purchase and audition of this recording is just a miraculous happening as far as we Elvis fans are concerned.

Steve Morse
I agree. If you look at other clips that he has in Youtube, you can see that they are not about Elvis...


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Re: I Forgot To Remember To Forget (LIVE) 1955

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Steve Morse wrote:
Frenchie wrote:
MysteryTrain wrote:amberola1b, the poster on YouTube, posted this when asked if he had more Elvis recordings:

"No, I actually found this by accident. I actually bought two spools of wire that were labeled Gabriel Heater, who was a W.W. 2 news correspondant and I thought it would have audio by this person on them, but they were recorded over with country western music recorded on them. And in the middle of the spool was this clip although incomplete as it may be from the show Louisiana Hayride, and it`s got the whole Elvis performance on it."

Also, when requested to contact Ernst Jorgensen, amberola1b posted: "I'll see what I can do."

My thought is Ernst should acquire this for a future project. I'm sure it's far too late for inclusion in "The Boy From Tupelo." I'm sure there are other "attic" artifacts out there, but sadly some may never be found.

It's a great day to be an Elvis fan!

MT
Now let's hope some good investigation will be made concerning the "source" where he got the tape!!!He bought this from a guy that maybe have some more not even knowing it....fingers crossed.
I say again - it was wire, not tape, and the market can hardly be flooded with wire recordings. My guess is that "amberola" is someone who has a fascination with the history of recorded sound and his purchase and audition of this recording is just a miraculous happening as far as we Elvis fans are concerned.

Steve Morse
Ok that is wire.But i just hope there is more of them in the hands of the guy amberola bought this one from.Just hope that's it.But i agree we are VERY lucky to have this one already. :D


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Re: I Forgot To Remember To Forget (LIVE) 1955

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Maaan, are we lucky!


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Re: I Forgot To Remember To Forget (LIVE) 1955

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I'm speechless.

One thing is for sure ..... ::rocks


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Re: I Forgot To Remember To Forget (LIVE) 1955

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Yeah! I´ve said it alle the time: ::rocks No more proof needed!

Thanks everyone for the topic of the year!

O.S. ::rocks


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The latest is that Ernst told me today that he is now in contact with the owner.
Let's hope something will come out.


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Fantastic news Willem ::rocks

I hope and pray Ernst can give us all a Happy End :D

This unique and Rare and very very nice and fantastic track NEEDS to be represented by the official RCA Sony FTD company !!


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Re: I Forgot To Remember To Forget (LIVE) 1955

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Andy-M wrote:Fantastic news Willem ::rocks

I hope and pray Ernst can give us all a Happy End :D

This unique and Rare and very very nice and fantastic track NEEDS to be represented by the official RCA Sony FTD company !!
AWESOME incredible and fantastic!!!!!! :shock: :o :D


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Re: I Forgot To Remember To Forget (LIVE) 1955

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Yes :mrgreen:

This track is a SENSATION :smt007

This MUST be incl. on FTD 8)


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Re: I Forgot To Remember To Forget (LIVE) 1955

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Jim Dandy wrote:If the new CD set has been pressed, perhaps Ernst could include it as an extra CD "single" packaged like an old Sun 45 and still include it in the FTD set. Just a thought.

That's the way to go!

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And of course, not 'Complete' anymore either. . . . .

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Re: I Forgot To Remember To Forget (LIVE) 1955

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Lennart wrote:Wonderful!
After 57 years, out of the blue, it´s available for everyone to enjoy.
It´s great being an Elvis-fan

Agreed, it's an incredible piece of music by the young Elvis.. smooth and country...


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Truely amazing!


Sony should release it as a single (download and on cd). I'm sure it would chart round the world because fans want it! Much like 'The Twelth Of Never'!
And saves buying another sun collection.


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I really was shocked about this fantastic sound quality. Guess it could be a tv appearance. THis version is suberb. Hope there'll be more in the near future


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Re: I Forgot To Remember To Forget (LIVE)10/01/55 UNRELEASED

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It's a funny old world.

If this track had been one of the Boy From Tupelo tracks then all you guys would have been applauding the free downloading of FTD exclusive material. Which many on here think is a crime worse than granny-battering.

So perhaps it's a good thing it's not on FTD. You can enjoy it without 'collector's guilt'.


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Kylan wrote:unbelievable that finally this sun set thats been hyped for many moons is being released and at the 11th hr, this incredible find pops up! strange indeed! only in the Elvis world..

I think this just can't be just a coincidence (well only in theory it could :wink: )


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Ringrock wrote: I think this just can't be just a coincidence (well only in theory it could :wink: )
I've been wondering if there isn't some political machinations behind its timely occurrence, but I honestly think it's coincidence. If it was a political plot, I think it would surface the moment the first copies plopped on the mat.
All the pre-orderers of the book will have it delivered within the same week. If this 'release' was a carefully plotted coup de grace, it'd come out then, when the saboteur knew it would make the most impact. That's what I'd do. I'd wait till everyone's going "this is the best thing since the creation of the Earth, all the Sun audio in one place" - and upload it then. Bang!
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I listing to it several times now.
Its unbelievable to hear it.
"Unreleased" sounds good to my ears.

Grt. Michel.

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Old Shep wrote:Yeah! I´ve said it alle the time: ::rocks No more proof needed!

Thanks everyone for the topic of the year!

O.S. ::rocks
It's not an FECC scoop guys, it appeared on at least one Elvis site before here. Not that it matters, not a bit. We should just celebrate its existence.


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Re: I Forgot To Remember To Forget (LIVE)10/01/55 UNRELEASED

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It's still not on ElvisNews.com !


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Ty@TheFilmFrontier wrote: Or maybe a single disc "addendum," made to match the others.


Troy

I agree, that would be nice.
Fantastic find.


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Post by Garfield »

It's just this last minute or so been removed from YouTube by the user.


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Too late. :lol:


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Post by Walter Hale 4 »

Just heard it. I thought Elvis sounded tentative but otherwise IT"S BLOODY GREAT ! :lol:
Poor Ernst , if this is NOT featured on the definitive on -again off- again Sun collection.
Meaning that EJ has spent years of painstaking research and recovering tapes, acetates etc, only to find still more discoveries popping up on YT!