Playing For Keeps
How Do You Think I Feel
How's The World Treating You
When My Blue Moon Turns To Gold Again
Long Tall Sally
Anyplace Is Paradise
First In Line
Rip It Up
Masters & Outtakes
Old Shep (take 5)
Playing For Keeps (ending take 18)
Too Much (insert take 2)
Too Much (take 12)
Long Tall Sally (master take 4)
How Do You Think I Feel (master take 7)
Love Me (master take 9)
How's The World Treating You (master take 7)
When My Blue Moon Turns To Gold Again (master take 10)
Paralyzed (master / composite of take 12 & insert take 5)
Anyplace Is Paradise (master take 12)
First In Line (master take 27)
Ready Teddy (master take 12)
Old Shep (master take 1)
Rip It Up (take 10)
Rip It Up (takes 11-13)
Rip It Up (take 14)
Rip It Up (take 15)
Rip It Up (take 16)
Rip It Up (take 17)
Rip It Up (take 18)
Rip It Up (take 19)
Announcement: Elvis One presents "The Complete '56 Radio
Recorders Sessions" on CD.
A lot of these sessions are lost ... For this release we wanted a different
The first 13 tracks are the Original Single & Album Masters with the original
The same masters can be heard in the Masters & Outtakes section but now slightly
longer taken from the master tape.
When you compare the ending of the original album master of "Long Tall Sally"
with the "rough ending" master you will notice the difference.
The ending of take 18 of "Playing For Keeps" and insert take 2 of "Too Much"
were used for the spliced masters of these songs.
We have chosen to release these recordings separately.
You can hear all known masters and outtakes from Elvis at Radio Recorders in
1956 on this album.
All novelties are none!
We don't find any longer versions here, nor a longer fade-out.
At "Too Much" the intro was simply put on its own track and then it continues
with Take 12 as the master.
Also at "Playing For Keeps" the last two lines were simply put on a separate
track ... that's shall be ending take 18.
Not a typical fanclub CD. This title was released under
the ELVISONE label and were sold for commercial reasons by the EFE shop
Formally it is an illegal publication, because the copyright
laws has been changed. (imo).
Listed here only to complete the section .