Tulsa Mclean wrote:
Thank you "Juan Luis" for sharing, very cool!
Have you contacted Ernst Jorgensen about you having the original tape and share it with him?. Maybe those FTD engineers could do some work to have this in better Audio Fidelity on the bad parts.
The Guitar tape especially is in way better sound that most what rca or Ftd did put out so far.
Like a baby, ...thats fuckin 'blues......not that watered down and in bad voice renditions live from 1972 or 1976.
Man, that Elvis in 1958 and 1959 blows the late one out of the water.
Hopefully I am not the only one excited...
I mean ,he sings here songs we never heard before from him.(fuck Elvis on tour or 1977 in concert)...often the lead vocal....plays guitar and that in a sound which is on par with the guitar tapes released from the....in a marvelous voice with phrasing that are out of this world.
Listen to his hand in mine....when he goes operatic..or the dirty low down bluesy like a baby.
Ps:on some songs it is clearly Elvis on guitar.....but on the last one (oh lonesome me) i have my doubts.....doesn't sound like his usual limited guitar playing. (Who is that awful high voice on "stand by me".....not so great..but the other songs are cool. )
Are you lonesome tonight complete with the complete spoken bridge...fabulous.
"I can't help it "with an unreleased never heard verse ( I guess rca spliced it to the short version on platinum).