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Re: Good Rockin' Tonight

Postby TonyS » Wed Sep 09, 2020 9:52 am

Same title, different record.
The 'import' version ( cough, cough ) autographed by D J Fontana.
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Re: Good Rockin' Tonight

Postby Mister Moon » Wed Sep 09, 2020 9:59 am

TonyS wrote:Same title, different record.
The 'import' version ( cough, cough ) autographed by D J Fontana.
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Funnily, Fontana is not featured on the record. :)

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Re: Good Rockin' Tonight

Postby TonyS » Wed Sep 09, 2020 10:24 am

Mister Moon wrote:
TonyS wrote:Same title, different record.
The 'import' version ( cough, cough ) autographed by D J Fontana.
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Funnily, Fontana is not featured on the record. :)

Yes, I knew and know, and he even said it himself when I asked him to sign it while with him back in Memphis in August of 1984.
Nevertheless he did work with Elvis, Scotty & Bill (as I said to him) so he signed it.
The link isn't too tenuous. :lol:
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Re: Good Rockin' Tonight

Postby John » Wed Sep 09, 2020 10:25 am

TonyS wrote:Same title, different record.
The 'import' version ( cough, cough ) autographed by D J Fontana.
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He ruined it by writing over the track list like that. Just bin it.

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Re: Good Rockin' Tonight

Postby TonyS » Wed Sep 09, 2020 10:25 am

John wrote:
TonyS wrote:Same title, different record.
The 'import' version ( cough, cough ) autographed by D J Fontana.
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He ruined it by writing over the track list like that. Just bin it.

OK then. :D
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Re: Good Rockin' Tonight

Postby Mister Moon » Wed Sep 09, 2020 7:49 pm

TonyS wrote:
Mister Moon wrote:
TonyS wrote:Same title, different record.
The 'import' version ( cough, cough ) autographed by D J Fontana.
image.jpeg


Funnily, Fontana is not featured on the record. :)

Yes, I knew and know, and he even said it himself when I asked him to sign it while with him back in Memphis in August of 1984.
Nevertheless he did work with Elvis, Scotty & Bill (as I said to him) so he signed it.
The link isn't too tenuous. :lol:


Don't pay me no mind. It's a very cool item. I was just pointing out the obvious, although it was originally believed that Fontana played drums with Elvis at 706 Union.

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Re: Good Rockin' Tonight

Postby TonyS » Wed Sep 09, 2020 8:07 pm

Mister Moon wrote:
TonyS wrote:
Mister Moon wrote:
TonyS wrote:Same title, different record.
The 'import' version ( cough, cough ) autographed by D J Fontana.
image.jpeg


Funnily, Fontana is not featured on the record. :)

Yes, I knew and know, and he even said it himself when I asked him to sign it while with him back in Memphis in August of 1984.
Nevertheless he did work with Elvis, Scotty & Bill (as I said to him) so he signed it.
The link isn't too tenuous. :lol:


Don't pay me no mind. It's a very cool item. I was just pointing out the obvious, although it was originally believed that Fontana played drums with Elvis at 706 Union.

Back in 1984 that was still a thought, but during our conversation he told me himself that he never played with Elvis on Union Ave.
Anyway, I took John's advice and binned it today. :o :lol: :D
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Re: Good Rockin' Tonight

Postby Mister Moon » Wed Sep 09, 2020 9:11 pm

TonyS wrote:
Mister Moon wrote:
TonyS wrote:
Mister Moon wrote:
TonyS wrote:Same title, different record.
The 'import' version ( cough, cough ) autographed by D J Fontana.
image.jpeg


Funnily, Fontana is not featured on the record. :)

Yes, I knew and know, and he even said it himself when I asked him to sign it while with him back in Memphis in August of 1984.
Nevertheless he did work with Elvis, Scotty & Bill (as I said to him) so he signed it.
The link isn't too tenuous. :lol:


Don't pay me no mind. It's a very cool item. I was just pointing out the obvious, although it was originally believed that Fontana played drums with Elvis at 706 Union.

Back in 1984 that was still a thought, but during our conversation he told me himself that he never played with Elvis on Union Ave.


I don't think he ever played at 706 Union at all. I think he played on a few early 60s Sun productions recorded either at 639 Madison or at Phillips' Nashville studio, but I'm speaking from memory.


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