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I read somewhere that My Boy was the first single to sell more in Britain than in the States. I think i am recalling that correctly?



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kevinstevenage wrote:I read somewhere that My Boy was the first single to sell more in Britain than in the States. I think i am recalling that correctly?
It probably sold more in Scandanavia as well.




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ah I think I have caught your drift.

where is Scandanavia anyway? is the capital cantspellfortoffee ?




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Another terrific set of releases from FTD. Bring 'em on!




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Ty@TheFilmFrontier wrote:Another terrific set of releases from FTD. Bring 'em on!
Yay an Elvis fan on an Elvis site...............totally agree.



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nevermind wrote:
monkboughtlunch wrote:And what are the recording dates for each of these bonus tracks?

BONUS SONGS

13) Any Day Now 14) True Love Travels On A Gravel Road 15) The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face ( a few lines) 16) Fever 17) Portrait Of My Love 18) I'm Leavin' It All Up To You


13: Jan./Feb., 1970

14: Jan./Feb., 1970

15: July/Aug., 1972

16: July/Aug., 1972

17: Aug., 1972/3 ??

18. Jan., 1972

IIRC, these are the correct dates for the bonus cuts:

13) Any Day Now - Wednesday, August 2, 1972
14) True Love Travels On A Gravel Road - Thursday, August 3, 1972
15) The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face - Thursday, August 3, 1972
16) Fever - Thursday, August 3, 1972
17) Portrait Of My Love - Thursday, August 3, 1972
18) I'm Leavin' It All Up To You - Thursday, January 25, 1973



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kevinstevenage wrote:I read somewhere that My Boy was the first single to sell more in Britain than in the States. I think i am recalling that correctly?
It probably sold more in Scandinavia as well.
I would agree!


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You are spot-on Doc, in terms of which songs came from the same rehearsals as the others. But I had not seen such precise dates before.


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“STAGE REHEARSAL” – From 1970, 1972 en 1973 International Hotel, Las Vegas.

Tracklist:
You Don’t Have To Say You Love Me (version 1) / I Just Can’t Help Believin’ / Something / Sweet Caroline / Polk Salad Annie / You’ve Lost That Lovin’ Feelin' (version 1) / I’ve Lost You / Bridge Over Troubled Water / Patch It Up / Can't Help Falling In Love / You Don’t Have To Say You Love Me (version 2) / You’ve Lost That Lovin’ Feelin' (version 2) /

I dont believe it - what a great surprise - THIS has made my day, my week, hell my month ! NOW THIS IS IT !!!! this is what FTD is all about & what ive been waiting for !
Ernst has come through FOR ME this time !

This rehearsal is not only flawless & a true dress rehearsal before the evenings opening performance, but sounds fantastic , equal to the actual show(s) so whoever was working the desk etc obviously sorted things out from 3 days before which sound quite dreadful considering the circumstances !!! (never understood that ?????)

You’ve Lost That Lovin’ Feelin' is a superb performance, and a personal fav of mine full stop! simply stunning for a rehearsal with no audience (compare it to the 24th july etc - HUGE change in effort)

to top it off he was wearing a lovely blue shirt :wink:

im presuming Ernst recently acquired this tape (or a copy) as i understand it went missing & all they had was the <EAP box set > Copys of Loving feeling etc

Ernst, please tell me this wasnt sitting in the vaults ALL ALONG whilst we we're flooded with 76 SBD's !!!!!!!!!

cant wait for this & GREAT to get the other rare rehearsal tracks - would be lovely if they come from a new/better source than we're used too though most likely wont !

Personally (& i know many others will feel different) ill take this stunning rehearsal in multi-track to 100 76/77 SBDS (inc dec 76) and 10 pot lucks but thats just me !

CANNOT WAIT - pre-order forthcoming !!!!!!

one happy FTD camper here !

p.s - i will get the other 2 FTD's but this will be relished & played probably 30 times more (at least)


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Hi there!! :D :D :D.
DJL wrote:This is awesome news and I am planning to get both of the cds.

this website has more information about the August 10th rehearsal.
http://www.biwa.ne.jp/~presley/ttwii/ttwii-rehearsal.htm

Hope this helps.
So we won´t have the complete August 10th rehearsal? :roll:. Why? :?. Bye for now :smt006.


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midnightx wrote:It is easy to hear how My Boy had such cross-over appeal.
you've gotta let it go dude, if you dont like it, dont play it !
i happen to dig it - as DID & do MANY others
mainly for personal reasons but also because he generally put his heart & EFFORT into it !

id take my boy over all the throw-a-way Love me's and amen/dive bomb routines !


it may not be promised land & it certainly isnt 'mess of blues'
but its a standout in any post 75 gig !

let others enjoy it man w/out the mockery - its still elvis !

peace & love & all that u know !


" Never was so Influential a Man so poorly prepared for his fate - nor so ineptly schooled for its Consequences"

"There was a reason they nicknamed him the King of Rock + Roll, !!!
THIS is the way ELVIS should be remembered! This is true greatness in the churchillian sense:
swaggering, daring, Proud yet humble, beaten yet never truly down,
MAGNIFICENT when victorious and always unforgettable! "

( Q magazine review 'Artist Of The Century' Dec 1999 )

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POT LUCK LP - FTD

Pot Luck

506020-975025 (5)

Side 1

Just Tell Her Jim Said Hello (Take 1) 01:53 (Mike Stoller/Jerry Leiber)
Just For Old Time Sake (Take 1) 02:09 (Sid Tepper/Roy C. Bennett)
Suspicion (Take 1) 02:41 (Doc Pomus/Mort Shuman)
Kiss Me Quick* (Take 1) 03:00 (Doc Pomus/Mort Shuman)
Gonna Get Back Somehow (Take 1) 02:38 (Doc Pomus/Mort Shuman)
(Such An) Easy Question (Take 2) 01:51 (Otis Blackwell/Winfield Scott)
I Feel That I've Known You Forever (Take 1) 01:45 (Doc Pomus/Alan Jeffreys)
She's Not You (Take 1) 01:31 (Doc Pomus/Mike Stoller/Jerry Leiber)
Night Rider (Take 1 - 0690) 02:21 (Doc Pomus/Mort Shuman)

Side 2

Something Blue (Take 2) 03:12 (Paul Evans/Al Byron)
You''l Be Gone (Take 2) 02:27
Fountain Of Love (Takes 1, 2) 02:51 (Bill Giant/Jeff Lewis)
That's Someone You Never Forget(Take 1) 02:50 (Red West/Elvis Presley)
I'm Yours* (Take 1) 02:20 (Don Robertson)
Gonna Get Back Home Somehow (Take 2) 02:43 (Doc Pomus/Mort Shuman)
Just Tell Her Jim Said Hello (Take 2) 01:55 (Mike Stoller/Jerry Leiber)
Just Tell Her Jim Said Hello (Take 4) 02:06 (Mike Stoller/Jerry Leiber)

Side 3

She's Not You (Take 2, Wp Take 4) 03:44 (Doc Pomus/Mike Stoller/Jerry Leiber)
Fountain Of Love (Takes 4, 9) 02:58 (Bill Giant/Jeff Lewis)
That's Someone You Never Forget ( Take 5) 02:52 (Red West/Elvis Presley)
Just For Old Time Sake (Takes 2, 3, 4) 03:26 (Sid Tepper/roy C. Bennett)
(Such An) Easy Question (Takes 1, 3) 03:33 (Otis Blackwell/Winfield Scott)
I'm Yours (Take 2) 02:45 (Don Robertson)
Night Rider (Takes 1-Fs, 2 - 1006) 02:29 (Doc Pomus/Mort Shuman)

Side 4

Kiss Me Quick (Take 4) 03:00 (Doc Pomus/Mort Shuman)
Just Tell Her Jim Said Hello (Take 5) 01:47 (Mike Stoller/Jerry Leiber)
I'm Yours (Take 5) 02:14 (Don Robertson)
Night Rider (Take 5 - 0690) 02:27 (Doc Pomus/Mort Shuman)
Suspicion (Takes 3, 2) 03:15 (Doc Pomus/Mort Shuman)
I Feel That I've Known You Forever (Takes 4, 3) (Doc Pomus/Alan Jeffreys)
Gonna Get Back Home Somehow (Takes 3, 5) 03:02 (Doc Pomus/Mort Shuman)
That's Someone You Never Forget (Take 7) 02:58 (Red West/Elvis Presley)



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drjohncarpenter wrote:
nevermind wrote:
monkboughtlunch wrote:And what are the recording dates for each of these bonus tracks?

BONUS SONGS

13) Any Day Now 14) True Love Travels On A Gravel Road 15) The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face ( a few lines) 16) Fever 17) Portrait Of My Love 18) I'm Leavin' It All Up To You


13: Jan./Feb., 1970

14: Jan./Feb., 1970

15: July/Aug., 1972

16: July/Aug., 1972

17: Aug., 1972/3 ??

18. Jan., 1972

IIRC, these are the correct dates for the bonus cuts:

13) Any Day Now - Wednesday, August 2, 1972
14) True Love Travels On A Gravel Road - Thursday, August 3, 1972
15) The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face - Thursday, August 3, 1972
16) Fever - Thursday, August 3, 1972
17) Portrait Of My Love - Thursday, August 3, 1972
18) I'm Leavin' It All Up To You - Thursday, January 25, 1973



midnightx wrote:
kevinstevenage wrote:I read somewhere that My Boy was the first single to sell more in Britain than in the States. I think i am recalling that correctly?
It probably sold more in Scandinavia as well.
I would agree!
Thanks Doc. Are the 1972-73 rehearsals from cassette sources? For the Aug 10 1970 rehearsal material, will this CD use the 16 track source tapes? Or is this some sort of dub obtained from private hands if the multis are missing?



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Z0S0 wrote:
“STAGE REHEARSAL” – From 1970, 1972 en 1973 International Hotel, Las Vegas.

Tracklist:
You Don’t Have To Say You Love Me (version 1) / I Just Can’t Help Believin’ / Something / Sweet Caroline / Polk Salad Annie / You’ve Lost That Lovin’ Feelin' (version 1) / I’ve Lost You / Bridge Over Troubled Water / Patch It Up / Can't Help Falling In Love / You Don’t Have To Say You Love Me (version 2) / You’ve Lost That Lovin’ Feelin' (version 2) /

I dont believe it - what a great surprise - THIS has made my day, my week, hell my month ! NOW THIS IS IT !!!! this is what FTD is all about & what ive been
waiting for !
Ernst has come through FOR ME this time !





This rehearsal is not only flawless & a true dress rehearsal before the evenings opening performance, but sounds fantastic , equal to the actual show(s) so whoever was working the desk etc obviously sorted things out from 3 days before which sound quite dreadful considering the circumstances !!! (never understood that ?????)

You’ve Lost That Lovin’ Feelin' is a superb performance, and a personal fav of mine full stop! simply stunning for a rehearsal with no audience (compare it to the 24th july etc - HUGE change in effort)

to top it off he was wearing a lovely blue shirt :wink:

im presuming Ernst recently acquired this tape (or a copy) as i understand it went missing & all they had was the <EAP box set > Copys of Loving feeling etc

Ernst, please tell me this wasnt sitting in the vaults ALL ALONG whilst we we're flooded with 76 SBD's !!!!!!!!!

cant wait for this & GREAT to get the other rare rehearsal tracks - would be lovely if they come from a new/better source than we're used too though most likely wont !

Personally (& i know many others will feel different) ill take this stunning rehearsal in multi-track to 100 76/77 SBDS (inc dec 76) and 10 pot lucks but thats just me !

CANNOT WAIT - pre-order forthcoming !!!!!!

one happy FTD camper here !

p.s - i will get the other 2 FTD's but this will be relished & played probably 30 times more (at least)
Not wanting to be a killjoy here but why not wait until you've actually listened to sound samples before you give the release such a write-up, let alone buy it ?

Agree with you re: "You've lost that loving feelin'" rehersal being THE BEST!

Ernst doesn't talk about Elvis' recordings. Send him a pm but do not be surprised if he does not respond.

Finally How can we be sure this won't turn out to be another dubious quality mix-job by Lene Reidel.



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Robt wrote:How can we be sure this won't turn out to be another dubious quality mix-job by Lene Reidel.

One can only hope. :mrgreen:


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and will you be pre-ordering "Stage Rehersal" or wait until you heard some sound samples or read reviews of this ?



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Robt wrote:
Z0S0 wrote:
“STAGE REHEARSAL” – From 1970, 1972 en 1973 International Hotel, Las Vegas.

Tracklist:
You Don’t Have To Say You Love Me (version 1) / I Just Can’t Help Believin’ / Something / Sweet Caroline / Polk Salad Annie / You’ve Lost That Lovin’ Feelin' (version 1) / I’ve Lost You / Bridge Over Troubled Water / Patch It Up / Can't Help Falling In Love / You Don’t Have To Say You Love Me (version 2) / You’ve Lost That Lovin’ Feelin' (version 2) /

I dont believe it - what a great surprise - THIS has made my day, my week, hell my month ! NOW THIS IS IT !!!! this is what FTD is all about & what ive been
waiting for !
Ernst has come through FOR ME this time !





This rehearsal is not only flawless & a true dress rehearsal before the evenings opening performance, but sounds fantastic , equal to the actual show(s) so whoever was working the desk etc obviously sorted things out from 3 days before which sound quite dreadful considering the circumstances !!! (never understood that ?????)

You’ve Lost That Lovin’ Feelin' is a superb performance, and a personal fav of mine full stop! simply stunning for a rehearsal with no audience (compare it to the 24th july etc - HUGE change in effort)

to top it off he was wearing a lovely blue shirt :wink:

im presuming Ernst recently acquired this tape (or a copy) as i understand it went missing & all they had was the <EAP box set > Copys of Loving feeling etc

Ernst, please tell me this wasnt sitting in the vaults ALL ALONG whilst we we're flooded with 76 SBD's !!!!!!!!!

cant wait for this & GREAT to get the other rare rehearsal tracks - would be lovely if they come from a new/better source than we're used too though most likely wont !

Personally (& i know many others will feel different) ill take this stunning rehearsal in multi-track to 100 76/77 SBDS (inc dec 76) and 10 pot lucks but thats just me !

CANNOT WAIT - pre-order forthcoming !!!!!!

one happy FTD camper here !

p.s - i will get the other 2 FTD's but this will be relished & played probably 30 times more (at least)
Not wanting to be a killjoy here but why not wait until you've actually listened to sound samples before you give the release such a write-up, let alone buy it ?

Agree with you re: "You've lost that loving feelin'" rehersal being THE BEST!

Ernst doesn't talk about Elvis' recordings. Send him a pm but do not be surprised if he does not respond.

Finally How can we be sure this won't turn out to be another dubious quality mix-job by Lene Reidel.
i dont need to hear the cd, I SHALL BUY IT no doubt at all!

i already know the 'performances' to be excellent !
Loving feeling from TTWIW book was in stunning multi-track, so thats sound covered - though as i stated i presume to be from a COPY !

im guessing this tape has RECENTLY been acquired so it will be from the master
multi-tracks so how could it not be fantastic sound !

i wasnt particulary addressing ernst (it was rhetorical) with an expectant reply,

ive been around here long enough buddy to know what he does & doesnt do & get involved in, tho i did get an answer from him once - i wasnt considering PM'ing him at all!
hes a busy man!

you can hesitate to buy it, i certainly wont ! Its not clambake !


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THIS is the way ELVIS should be remembered! This is true greatness in the churchillian sense:
swaggering, daring, Proud yet humble, beaten yet never truly down,
MAGNIFICENT when victorious and always unforgettable! "

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Robt wrote:and will you be pre-ordering "Stage Rehersal" or wait until you heard some sound samples or read reviews of this ?

Based on the overwhelming enthusiasm on this upcoming rehearsal CD, I will definitely be buying this one.


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drjohncarpenter wrote:
nevermind wrote:
monkboughtlunch wrote:And what are the recording dates for each of these bonus tracks?

BONUS SONGS

13) Any Day Now 14) True Love Travels On A Gravel Road 15) The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face ( a few lines) 16) Fever 17) Portrait Of My Love 18) I'm Leavin' It All Up To You


13: Jan./Feb., 1970

14: Jan./Feb., 1970

15: July/Aug., 1972

16: July/Aug., 1972

17: Aug., 1972/3 ??

18. Jan., 1972

IIRC, these are the correct dates for the bonus cuts:

13) Any Day Now - Wednesday, August 2, 1972
14) True Love Travels On A Gravel Road - Thursday, August 3, 1972
15) The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face - Thursday, August 3, 1972
16) Fever - Thursday, August 3, 1972
17) Portrait Of My Love - Thursday, August 3, 1972
18) I'm Leavin' It All Up To You - Thursday, January 25, 1973
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Thanks for the info Doc. I guess this raises the question - are there more songs from there stage rehearsals?



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Quote Z0S0 " you can hesitate to buy it, i certainly wont ! Its not clambake !"

Not hesitate but I will actually wait until i am sure this is going to be worth before i buy (for the reason i mentioned in my previous post). It's called patience my friend. I have never seen such a build up on a ftd the way i have read your statement. :roll:
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Mike Windgren wrote:So we won´t have the complete August 10th rehearsal?
The site offers a list of songs, not necessarily recordings.

The dress rehearsal may not even exist in complete form. MGM may have captured some of it on film and mono reels, and RCA some on multi-track.


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Ironic how GRM did'nt jump on this material sooner....or perhaps they have some inside info on what FTD will be dishing out several months in advance.


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Is Ernst hoarding any soundboards july 1975 such as Cleveland ?



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Robt wrote:Is Ernst hoarding any soundboards july 1975 such as Cleveland ?
Apparently not. If Ernst had a July 1975 soundboard, it most likely would have been issued by now.



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midnightx wrote:
Robt wrote:Is Ernst hoarding any soundboards july 1975 such as Cleveland ?
Apparently not. If Ernst had a July 1975 soundboard, it most likely would have been issued by now.
Some claim he's hoarding stuff like "Feelings" from '76 for a super-special, end of the decade release.


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Along with the run-down of Platters covers.