Stranger In My Own Home Town
|Title:||Stranger In My Own Home Town|
|Label:||Elvis Unlimited Denmark / BMG|
|Catalog Number:||74321 753722|
|Description:||Contents : Reconsider Baby (June 10 - 1972 version) - My Babe (August 26 - 1969 version) - Stranger In My Own Home Town (July 24 - 1970 version) - Baby What You Want Me To Do (August 26 - 1969 version) - Steamroller Blues (March 20 - 1974 version). |
Issued in 2000 by BMG Denmark for The Elvis Unlimited quarterly magazine from Denmark.
This 5 track promo CD is presented in a two fold digipack. The front cover of the digipack shows a rustic picture of the Memphis Bridge as well as a picture of Elvis from a 1970 concert over the background. The title of the release is printed in white print at the top of the cover. The inside of the digipack contains two short narratives in English by Arjan G. Deelen and in Danish by Maj-Britt and Hendrik Knudsen. Underneath the CD tray , there is another picture of the Memphis Bridge. In addition , there are quotes from : Glenn D. Hardin , Ronnie Tutt , Jerry Scheff , The Stamps , Ernst Mikael Jorgensen , Sam Philips , Shaun Nielsen , Thomas Larsen , and Patsy Anderson. The back cover lists the track titles along with their respective recording data.. It also contains the all familiar warning: “For Promotional Use Only. Not For Sale.” The address of the Official Danish Elvis Presley Fan Club is also listed. In addition , the RCA and BMG Denmark logos are also printed in the lower left corner of the back cover. The CD itself is a picture disc resembling the front cover. The five tracks along with the following phrase : “For promotional use only” are also printed. Again , both the RCA and BMG Denmark logos are printed on the CD.