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Elvis: 'You Asked Me Too' Vinyl LP


By: Elvis Australia
Source: www.elvis.com.au
October 23, 2018
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After the release of 'The Swinging Sixties' (Petticoat LP 001) now it is time for the second release of the newly found Petticoat label. Elvis: 'You Asked Me Too' includes a fantastic vinyl album plus a BONUS CD album with 14 country oriented rare and hard to find songs from the late 1960's and 1970's! Great stuff, housed in a stunning full color sleeve and available in both GOLD and CLEAR vinyl.
  1. It's Your Baby You Rock It - Alternate Mix
  2. You Asked Me To - Take 3a
  3. Green Green Grass Of Home - Take 3
  4. Talk About The Good Times - Take 3
  5. Let's Forget About The Stars - Rough Mix
  6. Susan When She Tried - Original Session Mix
  7. I Really Don't Want To Know - Rough Mix
  8. Promised Land - Take 5
  9. When I'm Over You - Undubbed Rough Mix
  10. Early Morning Rain - Take 11
  11. Any Day Now - Alternate Mix
  12. For Ol' Times Sake - Take 4
  13. And The Grass Won't Pay No Mind - Vocal Overdub
  14. Cindy Cindy - Undubbed Master

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