15. Viva Las Vegas

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Re: 15. Viva Las Vegas

Postby Suspicious Minds » Wed Nov 15, 2017 12:38 pm

colonel snow wrote:The added demo MP3 differs to the recorded version by Ann Margret.


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Indeed, I just noticed it too. Thanks for sharing the original demo.
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Re: 15. Viva Las Vegas

Postby Suspicious Minds » Wed Nov 15, 2017 12:45 pm

Colin B wrote:
Suspicious Minds wrote:...The complete version of 'Appreciation' is available on Ann Margret 1961-1966, a 5 cd box released by Bear Family.
I don't know if the song was released earlier on an album.
Could be, but I don't know...
Colin B wrote:I'm not sure how Elvis 'features' on these two tracks:
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Suspicious Minds wrote:He was always on Ann's mind?


Could be !

Unless they've turned up some long-lost duet versions !


Aha! From the bottomless vaults pit!... Just a sec, I'll listen to the samples of those songs on AllMusic. Well, if Elvis is on it, he's very silent. Or his part isn't in the sample.
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Re: 15. Viva Las Vegas

Postby Colin B » Wed Nov 15, 2017 12:48 pm

Colin B wrote:...Unless they've turned up some long-lost duet versions !
Suspicious Minds wrote:Aha! From the bottomless vaults pit!... Just a sec, I'll listen to the samples of those songs on AllMusic.
Well, if Elvis is on it, he's very silent.
Or his part isn't in the sample.


He could be playing the triangle or tambourine or something...
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Re: 15. Viva Las Vegas

Postby Suspicious Minds » Wed Nov 15, 2017 12:50 pm

Colin B wrote:
Colin B wrote:...Unless they've turned up some long-lost duet versions !
Suspicious Minds wrote:Aha! From the bottomless vaults pit!... Just a sec, I'll listen to the samples of those songs on AllMusic.
Well, if Elvis is on it, he's very silent.
Or his part isn't in the sample.


He could be playing the triangle or tambourine or something...


Who knows! :lol:
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Re: 15. Viva Las Vegas

Postby colonel snow » Wed Nov 15, 2017 1:05 pm

Suspicious Minds wrote:
colonel snow wrote:
John wrote:
colonel snow wrote:Appreciation - acetate with demo version


colonel snow

colonel snow, thanks for this. Is the complete recording available anywhere?



From this demo version unfortunately this portion is available; as far as I know Ann Margret has released the song on one of her own CD's.


colonel snow


The complete version of 'Appreciation' is available on Ann Margret 1961-1966, a 5 cd box released by Bear Family. I don't know if the song was released earlier on an album. Could be, but I don't know.

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From AllMusic: Ann Margret 1961-1966
If you like Ann-Margret, this is a dream come true -- everything she recorded from 1961-65, including previously-unreleased material and soundtrack contributions, and a 12" by 12" hardcover book packed with color photos and notes. Like Pat Boone (who appears on two tracks) and Connie Francis, Ann-Margret was a versatile singer who tackled everything from show tunes and country classics to torch songs and teen novelties with equal charm, enthusiasm, and individuality. Her songs from Viva Las Vegas, Bye Bye Birdie, State Fair, and other films are here, in addition to her complete sessions with Al Hirt. Although this import box set is a major investment, the loving presentation will be worth it for serious fans.

Track list + samples: https://www.allmusic.com/album/1961-1966-mw0000048148

Here's a Youtube clip:

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=5mI28p3PMhA




I don't know if the CD version by Ann Margret is the same or recorded in another studio.


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Re: 15. Viva Las Vegas

Postby Suspicious Minds » Wed Nov 15, 2017 1:09 pm

Much appreciated, Col.!
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Re: 15. Viva Las Vegas

Postby John » Wed Nov 15, 2017 1:43 pm

colonel snow wrote:The added demo MP3 differs to the recorded version by Ann Margret.


colonel snow

Yes, that's why I asked if it was available in its entirety.

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...The complete version of 'Appreciation' is available on Ann Margret 1961-1966, a 5 cd box released by Bear Family.
I don't know if the song was released earlier on an album.
Could be, but I don't know...

I'm not that big a fan of AM. I mean she makes my motor whistle, but I'm not about to splash out on her 5 CD box!

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Re: 15. Viva Las Vegas

Postby Suspicious Minds » Sat Nov 18, 2017 1:26 pm

Viva Las Vegas German movie poster

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Re: 15. Viva Las Vegas

Postby Suspicious Minds » Mon Nov 20, 2017 2:58 pm

Viva Las Vegas Italian lobby cards

Incomplete set. If I can find the other cards, I'll add them here.

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Re: 15. Viva Las Vegas

Postby elvislady » Sat Dec 09, 2017 9:04 am

Suspicious Minds wrote:Viva Las Vegas Italian lobby cards

Incomplete set. If I can find the other cards, I'll add them here.

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Thanks for sharing SM, These are beautiful lobby cards...
Thanks Col S, i have studied the scripts a little more and understand it better. :D
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Re: 15. Viva Las Vegas

Postby Suspicious Minds » Sat Dec 09, 2017 11:39 am

elvislady wrote:
Suspicious Minds wrote:Viva Las Vegas Italian lobby cards

Incomplete set. If I can find the other cards, I'll add them here.

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Thanks for sharing SM, These are beautiful lobby cards...
Thanks Col S, i have studied the scripts a little more and understand it better. :D


Glad you enjoyed them, Elvislady. Thanks.
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Re: 15. Viva Las Vegas

Postby John » Mon May 21, 2018 9:52 pm

colonel snow wrote:
Suspicious Minds wrote:
colonel snow wrote:
John wrote:
colonel snow wrote:Appreciation - acetate with demo version


colonel snow

colonel snow, thanks for this. Is the complete recording available anywhere?



From this demo version unfortunately this portion is available; as far as I know Ann Margret has released the song on one of her own CD's.


colonel snow


The complete version of 'Appreciation' is available on Ann Margret 1961-1966, a 5 cd box released by Bear Family. I don't know if the song was released earlier on an album. Could be, but I don't know.

image.jpeg

From AllMusic: Ann Margret 1961-1966
If you like Ann-Margret, this is a dream come true -- everything she recorded from 1961-65, including previously-unreleased material and soundtrack contributions, and a 12" by 12" hardcover book packed with color photos and notes. Like Pat Boone (who appears on two tracks) and Connie Francis, Ann-Margret was a versatile singer who tackled everything from show tunes and country classics to torch songs and teen novelties with equal charm, enthusiasm, and individuality. Her songs from Viva Las Vegas, Bye Bye Birdie, State Fair, and other films are here, in addition to her complete sessions with Al Hirt. Although this import box set is a major investment, the loving presentation will be worth it for serious fans.

Track list + samples: https://www.allmusic.com/album/1961-1966-mw0000048148

Here's a Youtube clip:

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=5mI28p3PMhA




I don't know if the CD version by Ann Margret is the same or recorded in another studio.


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Re: 15. Viva Las Vegas

Postby John » Mon May 21, 2018 9:57 pm

John wrote:
colonel snow wrote:
Suspicious Minds wrote:
colonel snow wrote:
John wrote:
colonel snow wrote:Appreciation - acetate with demo version


colonel snow

colonel snow, thanks for this. Is the complete recording available anywhere?



From this demo version unfortunately this portion is available; as far as I know Ann Margret has released the song on one of her own CD's.


colonel snow


The complete version of 'Appreciation' is available on Ann Margret 1961-1966, a 5 cd box released by Bear Family. I don't know if the song was released earlier on an album. Could be, but I don't know.

image.jpeg

From AllMusic: Ann Margret 1961-1966
If you like Ann-Margret, this is a dream come true -- everything she recorded from 1961-65, including previously-unreleased material and soundtrack contributions, and a 12" by 12" hardcover book packed with color photos and notes. Like Pat Boone (who appears on two tracks) and Connie Francis, Ann-Margret was a versatile singer who tackled everything from show tunes and country classics to torch songs and teen novelties with equal charm, enthusiasm, and individuality. Her songs from Viva Las Vegas, Bye Bye Birdie, State Fair, and other films are here, in addition to her complete sessions with Al Hirt. Although this import box set is a major investment, the loving presentation will be worth it for serious fans.

Track list + samples: https://www.allmusic.com/album/1961-1966-mw0000048148

Here's a Youtube clip:

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=5mI28p3PMhA




I don't know if the CD version by Ann Margret is the same or recorded in another studio.


colonel snow

Have we heard this before?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ipEy7jkyLmY

Or indeed how about this?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EG6QPMvx8bU


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Re: 15. Viva Las Vegas

Postby TonyS » Tue May 22, 2018 10:42 am

John wrote:Or indeed how about this?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EG6QPMvx8bU

That's a much nicer outfit than Ann Margrets !
I'll have to look again to spot the subtle diffrences though. ;)
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Re: 15. Viva Las Vegas

Postby Colin B » Tue May 22, 2018 11:03 am

Err……………… shame about the boat race !

I once knew a man whose job, in a strip club, was to stick those 'tassels' on the girls.

Only £50 a week...………………………………but he couldn't afford to pay more...
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