drjohncarpenter wrote:He's there, that's for sure!Rtn 2 Sndr wrote:Actually, this was released officially on the excellent Bear Family "The Sun Country Years" 10 LP set around 1987. The recording was credited to (if I remember correctly) Scotty Moore and Jimmy Lott. The recording itself is Scotty's guitar reverb tape on the song. The vocal is buried deeply in the background, but a listen on headphones reveals that the vocalist is Elvis. The arrangement is very similar to the recording Elvis and the boys recorded in late 1956 for his second album.Burning Love wrote:sorry I dont have these boots so I never listened to the sun How do you think I Feel. For someone that has heard this do we actually get o hear Elvis's vocal?
Because the vocal is so far down in the mix on the version I have heard, I don't expect that we will hear Elvis very clearly on the song without a great deal of audio wizardry. However, we can always hope that the experts who worked on this project were able to improve the audibility of Elvis' vocal.
Ironically, I posted this today on the other Boy From Tupelo topic:
The Bear Family set is still available, too.
I didn't see your post on the other topic...
I only wish that the Bear Family "Sun Country Years" set would be reissued on CD.