See all - Highest-rated products. Hot this week. Sponsored listings. Got one to sell? You may also like. Make an offer. Shop now. Shop by category. Record Size see all. Genre see all. Duration see all. Box Set. Double LP. Speed see all. This is the raw rock'n'roll sound of the Master. Take 1 falls apart after 30 seconds with Elvis commenting, "What the hell happened? Here, with the fabulous stereo 3-track studio mix it sounds exceptional.
With Elvis' fabulous vocal, great boogie piano, cool rhythm guitar, along with Boots Randolph blowing his sax to save his soul, this version is outstanding. The final stereo Master, that actually follows on this CD, sounds very compressed and a dull in comparison.
J Fontana missing the beat. Take 3 also ends up with Elvis giggling, as he too misses the start saying, "Man, I don't know where the hell to come in! Take 6, which breaks down halfway, has a delightfully gentle vocal from Elvis as he feels his way and then heads off on a different melody. This is another gem as the lower key, slow backing vocals, along with added reverb guitar, create a fascinating version that Elvis wants to hear played back.
Take 10 starts with Elvis yawning "Ok". The slow tempo and low key provide a delicious vocal and the 3-track mix gives it a brilliant open feel. Try listening to right channel only for a fascinating a-cappella version! While the quality of Elvis' songs in was pretty good, it was this terrible deal that kept making Mr.
Elvis rightly says, "Where's Freddie the free-loader? These takes have been previously released and you can see why Ernst chose them for 'Silver Screen Stereo. The arrangement is very different from the final Master, with some light guitar picking instead of the strumming that was used on the actual single. With the slower tempo, lack of added echo and pure audio quality this is totally exquisite - and essential for your collection. S' but here it is complete with more studio chat, as well as the full ending rather than a fade-out.
At a much slower tempo than the Master, and with some exemplary jazz piano from Dudley Brooks, this has a very different feel indeed.
Still sounding like a rehearsal you can even hear the Jordanaires discussing the song as they are singing there is a spontaneous jazz-club vibe to this which makes it an all-time favourite version. By Take 7 they have increased the tempo making it more like a Twist. The arrangement is also changed, with more guitar and boogie-woogie piano added to the chorus giving it a more rockin' feel. The end of the song, with a D.
J spontaneous drum-roll, is a treat. The tempo was even faster on the Master. With a lighter arrangement these early versions also have one less verse, making it a shorter song. Note that it was this version that was on 'Silver Screen Stereo' not Take 6 as indicated on the booklet. The Alternate Master Tk.
Elvis is always said to have liked mono mixes and this helps explain why. The song mainly features The Jordanaires, who sound very unsure in this early take, and Elvis only comes in halfway through. The 3-track recording spatially opens up the song and this version delightfully captures the band in action.
At the end everyone laughs with D. Take 2 is a lighter arrangement and, although this was never going to be the Master, the clarity of the recording is fabulous. You can hear Elvis' chair creak and even the rustle of his lyric sheet. The stereo Master, again with extra echo, is interesting for having almost a minute edited from it for the final release. Overall Rating 0 Submissions.
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Love this album and this song. Interesting way to utilize their voices on this track! You are absolutely wrong. Clearly its him singing with John in the verses in this song. Revolution LP Little Steven. For some reason after even with fabulous engineer Thorne Nogar in control for 'Girls, Girls, Mono (2) - Slide E.P. (Vinyl) the audio quality from Radio Recorders was just woeful. It was an extraordinary year. Speed see all. P only made number 30 in the US charts.
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