Very Early Bootleg collectors, anyone remember those?

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Re: Very Early Bootleg collectors, anyone remember those?

Postby rodney » Tue May 12, 2020 12:58 am

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rodney wrote:Since I appear to be the only enthusiast for the, for want of a better word, trashier-sounding boots!

I mean seriously - no love at all for the 45001/2 Vegas & Nevada Nights eps? just me then? OK!

Elvis Presley is Alive and Well and Singing in Las Vegas (Vol. 1)

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I only got this a few years back. Never saw it back in the day at all. What is interesting is that the tracks have been crammed on as much as they can, and to be able to fit all the tracks onto the disc, the songs' intros are cut and the editing throughout is rather....primitive shall we say?

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Safe to conclude that Volume 2 never materialised?



Did you get the real original LP or a counterfeit?. The LP is re-released with various labels (even in multi colour vinyl).

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Hi I think it was an original Col - black vinyl with blank white labels.

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Re: Very Early Bootleg collectors, anyone remember those?

Postby colonel snow » Tue May 12, 2020 12:33 pm

The white blanc label / black vinyl is the original release.

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Re: Very Early Bootleg collectors, anyone remember those?

Postby colonel snow » Tue May 12, 2020 6:52 pm

Another one to forget:

Complete Blue Hawaii sessions vol. 1-2-3-4 (TCB label).

These 4 LP's were released in 1987 with wrong speed and poor sound quality.
The 4 LP's were used for a 3 CD set Blue Hawaii sessions in 1993 with the same poor sound / wrong speed.

The bootleg book (entry 397) gives wrong information about volume 4,
Here is the tracklist:

Can't help fallin' in love (RO T 1 till 29 - take 26 inc.) - Beach boy blues (SO T 1/3) - Rock a hula baby (TO T 1/5)
(It is not a spread out from side 6 of the Laurel Box.)


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Re: Very Early Bootleg collectors, anyone remember those?

Postby colonel snow » Tue May 12, 2020 6:54 pm

LP Steppin' out of line

The LP was released in 1987 (Laurel rec. LPM 2427). The sound quality is very good vs the TCB release.
Here is the tracklist:

A1 Blue Hawaii (Take 1, 2, 3)
A2 Steppin' Out Of Line (Take 1-11)
A3 Almost Always True (Take 1,3)
A4 Rock-A-Hula Baby (Take 3)
A5 Ku-u-i-po (Take 2,1)
B1 Blue Hawaii (Take 4, 5, 6)
B2 Steppin' Out Of Line (Take 12-16, 18, 19)
B3 No More (Take 1, 2, 3, 7)
B4 Ito Eats (Take 1, 2, 6, 7, 8, 5)
B5 Slicin' Sand (Take 17)

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Re: Very Early Bootleg collectors, anyone remember those?

Postby colonel snow » Tue May 12, 2020 6:56 pm

Another beauty:

LP Elvis rocks and the girls roll

The LP was released in 1986 (Pink and black rec. LPM 1510).

The information in the bootleg book (entry 483) is incomplete:
Addition:
Mama = LO take 10;

Earth boy = NO composite take 2-4 undubbed;

I don't wanna be tied = movie master QO spliced intro take 10/take 8;

True love travels on a gravel road = undubbed version with harmony vocal;

Night life = 09-07-63 track 2001 take 14.

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Re: Very Early Bootleg collectors, anyone remember those?

Postby colonel snow » Wed May 13, 2020 3:17 pm

Note: True love travels on a gravel road with harmony vocal overdub from 22 February 1969 is only released on this LP Elvis rocks and the girls roll.

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Re: Very Early Bootleg collectors, anyone remember those?

Postby colonel snow » Wed May 13, 2020 3:19 pm

Complete Kid Galahad sessions vol. 1-2-3.

These 3 LP's were released in 1987 (TCB rec. 3-30-973). Like all TCB records they were taken from second generation tapes.
The best sounded Kid Galahad outtakes can be found on LP Radio Recorders Revisited but they are not complete.

On volume 3 there are a few bonus songs added; the information in the bootleg book (entry 420) is wrong.
Addition:
In the ghetto = undubbed master take;

Suspicious minds = master take without overdub horns.


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Re: Very Early Bootleg collectors, anyone remember those?

Postby colonel snow » Wed May 13, 2020 3:23 pm

LP Unreleased tracks (Tonto TS 1000).

The LP was released late 1984 and re-released in 1985 with a different cover (added) and different coloured vinyl.
With the title Suzie Q another release took place in 1985.

Here is the track list:
Side 1:
True Love Travels Down a Gravel Road.
True Love Travels Down a Gravel Road. # 2.
Portrait of My Love.
You Don't Have To Say You Love Me.
Any Day Now.
My Way.
You Don't Know Me.

Side 2:
Faded Love.
Good Time Charlie's Got The Blues.
Turn Around Look At Me.
When My Blue Moon Turns To Gold Again.
You Can Have Her
Blue Christmas.
Susie Q.
Blueberry Hill.

The information in the bootleg book (entry 895 and entry 860 for Suzie Q) is wrong / incomplete.
Addition:
You don't know me = take 1 (11-09-67 - remake);

Blue Christmas = 28-09-74;

Faded love = 13-05-73 3 am;


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Re: Very Early Bootleg collectors, anyone remember those?

Postby colonel snow » Wed May 13, 2020 3:33 pm

From the top of ugly covers.

LP Through the years as released in 1985 on Sabam records.


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Re: Very Early Bootleg collectors, anyone remember those?

Postby colonel snow » Wed May 13, 2020 3:35 pm

Another bad one.


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Re: Very Early Bootleg collectors, anyone remember those?

Postby colonel snow » Wed May 13, 2020 3:36 pm

And this one beats all; it is a bad cover and a bad LP with fake duets in poor quality. .


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Re: Very Early Bootleg collectors, anyone remember those?

Postby colonel snow » Wed May 13, 2020 3:37 pm

Here is Paul Lichter on cover from LP Forever young forever beautiful.


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Re: Very Early Bootleg collectors, anyone remember those?

Postby colonel snow » Wed May 13, 2020 3:38 pm

Another poor cheap cover.


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Re: Very Early Bootleg collectors, anyone remember those?

Postby colonel snow » Wed May 13, 2020 3:40 pm

Filled with poor audience recordings LP Sold out vol. 2


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Re: Very Early Bootleg collectors, anyone remember those?

Postby Christopher » Wed May 13, 2020 11:43 pm

colonel snow wrote:True love travels on a gravel road with harmony vocal overdub from 22 February 1969 is only released on this LP Elvis rocks and the girls roll.

spot the mistake!

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