November 23 - New Vinyl

The Fee-Tone label announced the release of the 7 inch single "My Baby Left Me" / "Blue Moon of Kentucky" with  "Neophobic High Fidelity Stereo Effect" on red and purple vinyl. Both are limited editions of 250 copies and due December 18, 2017.

Product description:
My Baby Left Me is a driving powerhouse rockabilly masterpiece with a real Sun Records vibe to it (produced by Steve Scholes with Elvis on vocals and acoustic guitar, Scotty Moore on electric guitar, Bill Black on bass and D.J. Fontana on drums). Recorded at RCA Studio 1, New York on the 30th of January 1956.

Our flip side Blue Moon Of Kentucky is another rockabilly classic which first appeared as the opposite side to That’s All Right (Sun 209) in 1955 (Elvis’ first single). Blue Moon Of Kentucky was recorded on the 7th of July 1954 at Sun Records (produced by Sam Phillips with Elvis on vocals and acoustic guitar, Scotty Moore on electric guitar and Bill Black on bass). 

Both tracks have been painstakingly re-engineered to create a stereo effect sound. The result is a bigger, sharper sound that jumps straight outta the grooves at ya! One reviewer described the process as - “it’s as if a veil has been lifted off the tracks”. Both tracks are taken from the forthcoming album titled ‘Elvis Presley – The 50’s In Stereo’ (mono to stereo re-visited). For best results play this killer double-sider very loud.

(Source:  Vee-Tone Records)

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