16. Roustabout

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Re: 16. Roustabout

Postby colonel snow » Mon Oct 05, 2020 3:32 pm

Wheels on my heels – scene 12 - sung while riding a motorcycle after being bailed out of jail;
on 19 february 1964 selected track LO


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Re: 16. Roustabout

Postby colonel snow » Mon Oct 05, 2020 3:33 pm

See document song selection 7 february 1964:

10 - FINALE . . . . . . . Big rousing song at Moore show.

Selected and recorded for scene # 166 : There’s a brand new day on the horizon – track KO take 5.
Transferred to movie version track KTDS and edited.
The acetate version is released on LP Memphis Tennessee.


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Re: 16. Roustabout

Postby colonel snow » Mon Oct 05, 2020 3:36 pm

33 rpm acetate with Roustabout - track GO take 10 b/w It's carnival time - track HO take 2 (instrumental)


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Re: 16. Roustabout

Postby colonel snow » Mon Oct 05, 2020 3:38 pm

It’s a wonderful world – instrumental version (track DO take 17)

Replaced by There’s a brand new day on the horizon for scene # 166.


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Re: 16. Roustabout

Postby colonel snow » Mon Oct 05, 2020 4:14 pm

Charlie’s rhumba
Written by Dudley Brooks and Charles O’Curran. There’s no more information known. Probably an instrumental track written for the movie Roustabout?. (Charlie Rogers is the leading person in Roustabout)

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Re: 16. Roustabout

Postby colonel snow » Mon Oct 05, 2020 6:34 pm

Song spots from script 7 february 1964 with selected songs:

Song spot 1 - Roustabout – scene # 1

Song spot 2 - Poison ivy league – scene # 4

Song spot 3 - Wheels on my heels – scene # 12

Song spot 4 - It’s a wonderful world – scene # 33

Song spot 5 - It’s carnival time – scene # 56 (demo by P.J. Proby)

Song spot 6 - Carrny town – scene # 63

Song spot 7 - Hard knocks – scene # 74

Song spot 8 - Little Egypt – scene # 139

Song spot 9 - Big love big heartache – scene 144

Song spot 10 - There’s a brand new day on the horizon – scene # 166


Song spot 1 - Roustabout – scene 1 - sung over the opening credits;
on 19 february 1964 selected for this scene track GO


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Re: 16. Roustabout

Postby Ed A » Sat Oct 31, 2020 6:54 pm

I forgot that I had this Roustabout acetate in my collection. - Colonel Snow, if you already posted this one on another thread, I apologize.

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Re: 16. Roustabout

Postby colonel snow » Sat Oct 31, 2020 8:52 pm

Thanks Ed for sharing; I know the edited movie version taken from the soundtrack is released on CD Elvis Film Music volume 6 but this acetate is new for me. I presume it's a single-sided acetate?


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Re: 16. Roustabout

Postby Ed A » Sun Nov 01, 2020 12:29 am

colonel snow wrote:Thanks Ed for sharing; I know the edited movie version taken from the soundtrack is released on CD Elvis Film Music volume 6 but this acetate is new for me. I presume it's a single-sided acetate?


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Re: 16. Roustabout

Postby colonel snow » Mon Jan 25, 2021 2:48 pm

colonel snow wrote:Song selection from 27 january 1964

The biggest little show on earth (no songwriter known) – considered for scene # 56 at Cat rack – replaced by It’s carnival time (first version)

Don’t knock it (Charles Singleton) – considered for scene # 66 – replaced by Hard knocks

Trouble is my middle name (no songwriter known) – considered for scene # 150 – Carver’s combined show = rejected

Trouble is my middle name (Nader-Gluck); recorded by Bobby Vinton and released in november 1962 on Epic 9561 (I doubt it's the same song???)

Phantom lover (Blackwell -Scott) – considered for scene # 161 – Carver’s combined show = rejected

There’s a brand new day on the horizon (Glory glory halleluhah tune) = rejected and replaced by
There’s a brand new day on the horizon – dixieland substitute with different lyrics


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Meanwhile we know: Trouble is my middle name is written by Joy Byers. (source Kevan Budd).


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Re: 16. Roustabout

Postby Mister Moon » Mon Jan 25, 2021 2:57 pm

colonel snow wrote:
colonel snow wrote:Song selection from 27 january 1964

The biggest little show on earth (no songwriter known) – considered for scene # 56 at Cat rack – replaced by It’s carnival time (first version)

Don’t knock it (Charles Singleton) – considered for scene # 66 – replaced by Hard knocks

Trouble is my middle name (no songwriter known) – considered for scene # 150 – Carver’s combined show = rejected

Trouble is my middle name (Nader-Gluck); recorded by Bobby Vinton and released in november 1962 on Epic 9561 (I doubt it's the same song???)

Phantom lover (Blackwell -Scott) – considered for scene # 161 – Carver’s combined show = rejected

There’s a brand new day on the horizon (Glory glory halleluhah tune) = rejected and replaced by
There’s a brand new day on the horizon – dixieland substitute with different lyrics


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Meanwhile we know: Trouble is my middle name is written by Joy Byers. (source Kevan Budd).


In "Trouble", his middle name was misery...


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