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Elvis Movie Files Volume 1 CD [Volume1 of 4]

By: Elvis Australia
Source: www.elvis.com.au
January 14, 2012 - 3:31:16 PM
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Elvis Movie Files Volume 1 is the start of a new and unique CD series of 4 volumes containing the very best of all Elvis' 1960s movie outtakes recordings. 30 rare and hard to find alternates takes on each volume. Collect all 4 of them (other volumes will be released within' this year) and you'll have 120 of the very best 1960's movie outtakes. No endless search anymore in your cd collection for your favorite outtake, it's all here, in stunning audio quality. ALL tracks are presented here without endless studio chatter or false starts (so every song is unreleased in this form), this is the ultimate Elvis Movie cd collection for hours of listening pleasure!

Each volume comes in a stunning 6 panel digipack, filled with pics of publicity photos, sheet music, rare movie posters etc. When you have collected all 4 volumes the back of each digipack shows a great publicity shot of G.I. Blues (see promo pic bottom of page) Elvis Movie Files (The Sixties) brings together the very best of outtakes from many of his classic movie tunes recorded in the 60's. Volume 1 is out now! Only 500 available!!!!

Elvis Movie Files Volume 1
Elvis Movie Files Volume 1 CD.

  1. King of the Whole Wide World - take 13
  2. What a Wonderful Life - take 1
  3. Roustabout - take 6
  4. Easy Come, Easy Go - take 10
  5. Spinout - take 2 (with take 1 intro)
  6. Tonight is So Right for Love - take 9
  7. I'm falling in Love Tonight - take 1
  8. You Don't Know Me - (movie version) take 18
  9. I'll Take Love - take 2A
  10. It Won't Be Long - take 5
  11. The Meanest Girl in Town - take 6
  12. I Got Lucky - take 1
  13. If You Think I Don't Need You - take 7
  14. Follow That Dream - take 3
  15. Beyond the Bend - take 1
  16. Never Say Yes - take 6
  17. C'mon Everybody - take 7
  18. Stepping Out of Line - take 7
  19. I Slipped, I Stumbled, I Fell - take 9
  20. Mexico - take 6
  21. This is Living - take 2
  22. Slicin' Sand - take 4
  23. Angel - take 5
  24. Could I Fall in Love - Undubbed Master
  25. Can't Help Falling in Love - take 13
  26. Today, Tomorrow and Forever - take 4
  27. I Need Somebody to Lean On - take 8
  28. A House Of Sand - Spliced Take (unreleased)
  29. I Think I'm Gonna Like it Here - take 13
  30. Happy Ending - take 6 (alternate mix)

Elvis Movie Files Volume CD Series.
Elvis Movie Files Volume CD Series : When completed each digipack forms a great publicity shot of G.I. Blues.

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