Preview Day By Day 2021

Here is a short preview for the Day By Day 2021 Yearbook. 




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2021 saw the release of ‘Elvis Back In Nashville’, a 4 CD / 2-LP set featuring Elvis’ 1971 studio-recordings. Listening to these performances fifty years later, and wiped of overdubs, Elvis really shines. A great example of how Elvis still manages to surprise us after all this time.

There were more surprises. Elvis' performance on Frank Sinatra’s Timex show never sounded better, thanks to newly found acetates and we enjoyed new 1970 and 1974 soundboard releases in "stereo" on CD and vinyl.

 

The Follow That Dream collectors label treated us with new concerts and the ‘His Hand In Mine’ and ‘Pot Luck’ sessions and a great ‘Jailhouse Rock’ box-set. Elvis’ musical legacy was categorized in discography books covering his demo’s and acetates, his first EPs and his U.K., Asian, Army, Japanese and Follow That Dream catalogues. Other books covered his Army years, airplanes, the memoir of Elvis’ first real girlfriend, movies and the 1972 tours. Fans were treated to a wealth of quality 8mm fan-shot footage, showing Elvis live on stage from 1970 until 1977. Each volume was a “Sold Out!” release.

 

Over 10 Silver and Gold Record Awards underline that Elvis' work still sells today. Talking about sales, the iconic Hagstrom Guitar he used in the '1968 Comeback Special', sold for US$ 500,000 while his Eyelet jumpsuit, worn during his Madison Square Garden concerts, realised over US$ 1 million.

 

But this year too, we lost more people who were there when Elvis was still alive, including the beat behind Elvis from 1969 until 1977, Ronnie Tutt, and bass-player Bob Moore who played on almost 250 Elvis songs.


To help you look back at 2021, another interesting Elvis Presley year, I compiled all of the above, including the hundreds of new music releases on CD, vinyl and cassette-tapes, text, photo and graphic books, and movie releases on DVD and Blu-ray, in this comprehensive, day-by-day 2021 yearbook. 


The book is fully illustrated, with almost 60 in-depth reviews and articles on the main - and odd-ball - releases of the year, by fans, collectors, authors and experts from around the world. The 350 pages in this book, filled with the good, the bad, the funny and the sad, show that Elvis Presley still matters today… you hold the proof in your hands.


The 2021 edition was created with great contribution by experts, authors and fans from around the world: Carlos R. Ares (Argentina), Piers Beagley, Nigel Patterson and Geoffrey McDonnell (Australia), Andy Pendl (Austria), Robert Gilbert (Canada), Michael Sander and Thomas D. Weiß (Germany), Rogier van Luyken (The Netherlands), Giuseppe Castiglia (United Kingdom), Phil Gelormine and Trina Young (United States). This release is another cooperation with the >>> Danish Memphis Mansion.

 

The foreword was written by Elvis Songwriter Michael Jarrett. You can listen to two of his compositions on the new 'Elvis Back In Nashville' box-set.

 

You can pre-order 'Elvis Day By Day 2021 - The Year In Review' at the Poplar Tunes webshop at >>> www.PoplarTunes.com. Here you can find all the latest information on the books in this series, previews, reviews and more.


The new volume will be available January 2022. 




January 16 - Blue Monday Vinyl

The Not Now Music record label released the 14-track compilation LP 'Elvis Blues', almost two weeks before the original release date. 

Side A: A Mess of Blues / Mystery Train / Trouble / Reconsider Baby / I Feel So bad / Crawfish / Mean Woman Blues.

Side B: Heartbreak Hotel / Like A Baby / My Baby Left Me / Fever / Blueberry Hill / Milcow Blues Boogie / It Feels So Right.

(Source: Facebook)


December 16 - Elvis Presley - Un Fenomeno Mondiale

Published by NovAntico Editrice is the 156-page book 'Elvis Presley - Un Fenomeno Mondiale Nelle Cronache Italiane 1956 - 1959' ('Elvis Presley - A World Phenomenon - Italian Chronicles 1956 - 1959') by Luca di Luca Castellino and Ernesto Zucconi was released December 6, 2021. 

Description: The first volume in the ‘Elvis Presley - A Worldwide Phenomenon’ describes how the media covered Elvis Presley from 1956 to 1959. The Elvis phenomenon, as the authors write on the back-cover of their book, has grown beyond the standard of stardom, with celebrities such as Rudolph Valentino or Marilyn Monroe, becoming the iconic representation of an uninhibited generation that no longer wanted to live according to the morals and ethical principles of their parents’ generation. 

Elvis was both an object of worship for young men and women all over the world, but also a threat to many parents. They were worried by his pelvic movements and his disruptive proxemics, which were in stark contrast to the moral values of the fifties, not only in America, but also in Italy. 

Based on the research of 31 newspaper titles, (youth) magazines and many other documents from this period, the authors compiled an overview of 458 articles and citations on Elvis Presley from this time-frame, including his influence on other Italian artists, who started to copy him on and off stage. 

Leafing through the pages, and reading the original coverage of the Elvis Presley  phenomenon - that strange white boy with a black voice, bright clothes and his hair in a crazy quaff, who changed the history of music and the society of his time  - really comes alive. 

The next volumes will cover the years 1960 to 1964 (volume 2), 1965 to 1969 (volume 3), 1970 to 1974 (volume 4) and finally 1975 to 1977 (volume 5). 

Magical Graceland

Mary Jordan published the 323-page paperback 'Elvis Presley: Magical Graceland' featuring over 300 full-color photographs of Elvis Presley's Graceland Mansion, suits, memorabilia, music awards, cars, grave and more.

(Source: Amazon / Cuneo 24)


January 15 - Sold Out! Cars and CDs

The German Bear-Family on-line shop listed volume 12 in Pyramid import 'Sold Out!' DVD series with February 14, 2022 as the release date. More information when available. 


High Notes At The Kiel

The Rag Doll import-label released the CD 'High Notes At The Kiel' with Elvis Presley's June 28, 1973 performance at the Kiel Auditorium in St. Louis. 

Publicity stated: Rag Doll is back with a brand new unreleased audience recording performance! ''High Notes At The Kiel' contains Elvis his performance at Kiel Auditorium in St. Louis on June 28, 1973.

The June 1973 tour is often considered one of Elvis best tours and while this certainly is true, some dark stuff went on preceding Elvis show on June 28, 1973 in St. Louis, MO.

Backstage moments before Elvis was supposed to take the stage Vernon Presley called Dr. Nick to the singers hotel room, only to find an Elvis that was passed out barely breathing, after an injection with a stimulant and putting Elvis in a bath tub full of cold water they put him in his nail studded jumpsuit and Elvis took the stage to loud applause.

Not showing any signs of what had happened only moments before. As seen in recently released 8mm footage and pictures one has to ask themselves was this story dramatized or was it all true?

For the first time we can now listen to the infamous concert containing one of Elvis his best versions of ''I Can't Stop Loving You'' and ''I'm Leavin’'' we also have a great performance of ''How Great Thou Art'' including a reprise, a beautiful ''Help Me Make It Through The Night'' and ''What Now My Love'' among the recently introduced ''Rock 'N' Roll Medley'' and a rousing performance of ''Steamroller Blues''.

The person who recorded this show unfortunately missed the first and last song but the majority is here and worth listening to and should be part of any serious Elvis fan's collection. We are releasing this as a digipack filled with pictures of the show.

Tracks: I Got A Woman / Help Me Make It Through The Night / Steamroller Blues / You Gave Me A Mountain / Love Me / Blue Suede Shoes / Rock 'N' Roll Medley / I'm Leavin' / How Great Thou Art / How Great Thou Art (Reprise) / Hound Dog / Fever / Something / What Now My Love / Suspicious Minds / Band Introductions / I'll Remember You / I Can't Stop Loving You / An American Trilogy / A Big Hunk O' Love.


Live In Philadelphia

The Ampex import-label released the CD 'Live In Philadelphia' with Elvis Presley's November 8, 1971 show, as recorded from the audience in Philadelphia, PA.

Publicity stated: Out now is a new CD from the Ampex label that is the follow-up to last years 'Kickin' It Down In Baltimore' with our new release 'Live In Philadelphia' we present you the show Elvis gave on November 8, 1971 in Philadelphia, PA.

Elvis gave a stunning show at the Spectrum with reviews citing ''16,000 Scream as Presley Brings Back Rock and Roll'' and he did bring back Rock and Roll! This show had everything an audience member could hope for with classics such as 'Heartbreak Hotel', ''One Night', 'Are You Lonesome Tonight'' among more recently recorded material like ''You Don't Have To Say You Love Me', 'You've Lost That Lovin' Feeling' and even gospel with ’How Great Thou Art’.

Joining Elvis for one night only during this performance was Sweet Inspirations drummer Jerome ''Stump'' Monroe and while Jerome was unprepared he gave a different vibe to most of these songs, Jerome would fill in for Ronnie Tutt on a couple of occasions during the 70's (December 7, 1975 Las Vegas, NV and June 24, 1977 in Madison,WI). Also during this show Elvis was backed by a 15-piece orchestra consisting of local musicians led by conductor Joe Guercio.

Here we present a brand new source for the show, unfortunately the person who recorded the show ran out of battery near the end of 'Bridge Over Troubled Water', we didn't want to present an incomplete show here due to the rare performance of 'The Impossible Dream' so we decided to splice it and tag the rest of the show on from a second source to complete it.

This release should not be missed as it this digipack contains stunning photos taken during the show and Elvis show in Philadelphia ranks among one of his finest from the 1970's.

Tracks: Also Sprach Zarathustra / That's All Right / I Got A Woman / Love Me Tender / You Don't Have To Say You Love Me / You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin' / Polk Salad Annie / Johnny B. Goode / Love Me / Heartbreak Hotel / Blue Suede Shoes / One Night / Hound Dog / How Great Thou Art / Introductions / Lawdy Miss Clawdy / Are You Lonesome Tonight / Bridge Over Troubled Water** / The Impossible Dream* / Suspicious Minds* / Can't Help Falling In Love - Closing Vamp* (** spliced with second source, * second source).


Sold!

A 1975 Cadillac Fleetwood Brougham that belonged to the King was sold for €77.000 on the Car and Classic marketplace (U.K.). Presley bought the four-door yellow sedan in 1974 and handed it off to his doctor in 1976. It is believed to be the only car ever registered in Elvis' name, according to the listing. 

It’s not the car Presley was most closely associated with - that’s on permanent display at Graceland - but everything is there, and everything is as plush as it was when Elvis jumped behind the wheel in 1974. 

The big Caddy isn’t running at the moment, but according to the seller that is due to the fact the car simply hasn’t been used. Some areas of the car are in need of attention, but the seats, trimmed in an outlandish and very period velour, are all in good condition, the original radio is still fitted and the knobs and buttons are all present and correct.  

(Source: Bear Family / Jean Francois Lessard on Facebook / FECC / Car and Classic)

January 15 - Charts January 2022 - Week 3

The weekly global Elvis Presley chart updates. Christmas is definitely over, all Christmas releases dropped off the charts. In the U.K. 'The Wonder of You' cooperation with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra 

This article will be updated when nuw charts are published. 

U.S. Billboard charts:

Billboard Top Country Album chart: 'ELV1S 30 #1 Hits' re-entry at #27.
Billboard Top Rock Album chart: 'ELV1S 30 #1 Hits' re-entry at #47.


Official U.K. charts:

  • Official Album Top 100 chart: 'The 50 Greatest Hits' climbed from #54 to #52.
  • Official StreamingAlbum Top 100 chart: 'The 50 Greatest Hits' dropped from $41 to #42.
  • Official Sales Top 100 Album chart: 'The Wonder of You' re-entry at #25.
  • Official Physical Album chart: 'The Wonder of You' re-entry at #23.
  • Official Americana Album chart: 'Elvis Back In Nashville' climbed from #21 to #17.
  • Official Country Compilations Albums Top 20 chart: 'From Elvis In Nashville' climbed from #10 to #6.


Official Scottish charts:

  • Official Scottish Album Top 100 chart: 'The Wonder of You' re-entry at #41.

(Source: Official Chart Company / U.K.  Mix Forum / Billboard)

January 14 - Las Vegas Concert Series and More

The Elvis One (import) label announced the release of four live CDs in their ‘The Bootleg Series’ series and one single disc titled ‘Life - The Alternate Nashville Recordings 1970 / 1971’.  

From the press-release: Elvis One presents ‘The Concert Recordings’ a collection of 4 CDs containing soundboard live recordings, recorded at the International Hotel in Las Vegas between January and February 1971 with several additional bonus tracks.

The series includes all known recordings from January 26th (Opening Night), 27th (Midnight Show), 28th (Midnight Show), 29th (Dinner Show) and February 23rd (Closing Show).

These season's shows were quite short (due to hotel management) but Elvis is in an enjoyable mood. There are many highlights including great live recordings from 'Sweet Caroline', 'Make The World Go Away', 'Only Believe', 'Can't Help Falling In Love' (dedicated to Hal Wallis), 'The Impossible Dream', 'How Great Thou Art', 'Something', and many others including some false starts, one-liners and lyric changes.

'Also Sprach Zarathustra' is played for the very first time during this engagement and the first rendition of this magic opening theme is also presented on this set (Opening Night, January 26th) Bonus tracks are recordings from the January 28 Dinner Show, the complete Elvis’s Acceptance Speech of the Jaycees Award from January 16, 1971, and a telephone conversation from April 1971.

All recordings have been remastered for optimum sound quality and each CD contains a 16-page booklet with photos and recording information and all titles are limited to 500 copies each.

Las Vegas 1971 | Part One - February 23, 1971 | Closing Show

Also Sprach Zarathustra - That’s All Right - I Got A Woman / By The Time I Get To Phoenix (Excerpt) / I Got A Woman - Elvis Talks / I Walk The Line (Excerpt) - Love Me Tender (Excerpt) / Love Me - Mystery Train / Tiger Man - Sweet Caroline - You’ve Lost That Lovin’ Feelin’ - Polk Salad Annie - omething - Johnny B. Goode - How Great Thou Art - Don’t Be Cruel - Heartbreak Hotel - Blue Suede Shoes - Bridge Over Troubled Water - Little Sister / Get Back - Hound Dog - Suspicious Minds (First Part Only).

January 26, 1971 | Opening Show: Also Sprach Zarathustra - That’s All Right - Mystery Train / Tiger Man - Elvis Talks / I Walk The Line (Excerpt) - Love Me Tender - Johnny B. Goode - Band Introductions - The Wonder Of You - Elvis Introduces Hal Wallis - Can’t Help Falling In Love - Make The World Go Away - Something (With Encore).


Las Vegas 1971 | Part Two January 27, 1971 | Midnight Show

You Don’t Have To Say You Love Me - Elvis Talks / Love Me Tender - Elvis Talks - There Goes My Everything - Sweet Caroline - You’ve Lost That Lovin’ Feelin’ - Polk Salad Annie - Musical Intermezzo - Only Believe - How Great Thou Art - Band Introductions - Johnny B. Goode - The Wonder Of You - Something - Make The World Go Away - Elvis Talks / Love Me - One Night - Blue Suede Shoes (With 3 False Starts) - Hound Dog.

January 28, 1971 | Dinner Show: Release Me - It’s Now Or Never - Suspicious Minds - The Impossible Dream - Closing Vamp.


Las Vegas 1971 | Part Three - January 28 1971 | Midnight Show 

Also Sprach Zarathustra - That’s All Right - I Got A Woman - Elvis Talks - Love Me Tender - Elvis Talks - You Don’t Have To Say You Love Me - Sweet Caroline - You’ve Lost That Lovin’ Feelin’ - Polk Salad Annie - Band Introductions - Johnny B. Goode - Band Introductions - Something - Band Introductions / Something (Encore) - The Wonder Of You - Heartbreak Hotel - Blue Suede Shoes - Hound Dog - One Night - (Let Me Be Your) Teddy Bear - Suspicious Minds - Coming Home Baby (Instrumental) - The Impossible Dream - Closing Vamp.

Memphis, Tn. Ellis Auditorium - January 16, 1971 | Jaycees Awards: Elvis’ Acceptance Speech of Jaycees Award.


Las Vegas 1971 | Part Four - February 29 1971 | Dinner Show 

Also Sprach Zarathustra - That’s All Right - I Got A Woman - Elvis Talks / Love Me Tender - You Don’t Have To Say You Love Me - Elvis Talks About The LA Show - Sweet Caroline - You’ve Lost That Lovin’ Feelin’ - Polk Salad Annie - Band Introductions - Johnny B. Goode - Band Introductions - Something - Heartbreak Hotel - Elvis Talks / Blue Suede Shoes - Loving You (Excerpt) - (Let Me Be Your) Teddy Bear - Hound Dog - Elvis Talks / Snowbird (With 2 False Starts) - Elvis Talks - The Impossible Dream - Closing Vamp.

Bonus - April 1971: Telephone Call From Denver, CO To Memphis, TN: Conversation With DEA Detective Ron Wentz.

Note: the content on these 4 CDs has previously been released on 'Showroom Internationale 71' (January 28, 1971 Midnight Show and February 23, 1971 Closing Show), 'All Things Are Possible' (January 27, 1971 Midnight Show), 'Snowbird' (January 29, 1971 Dinner show) and the Follow That Dream 1971 compilation 'The Impossible Dream' (Thanks to the Elvis information Network).


Life - The Alternate Nashville Recordings 1970 / 1971

A new label announced the CD 'Life - The Alternate Nashville Recordings 1970 / 1971'. Presented as an addition to the sensational 'From Elvis In Nashville' and 'Back In Nashville' albums as released by Sony Legacy. 

The CD is presented as a promo release with artwork is in the style of Elvis' 1971 single 'Only Believe / Life'. It contains 17 alternate takes and duets, including alternate recordings that were missing on official releases according to the publicity. Also included are 2 duet versions of 'The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face', one with Ginger Holladay and one with Temple Riser.

Stranger In The Crowd (Rehearsal / Alternate Take 7) - Life (Rehearsal / Take 1) - Heart Of Rome (Overdub Take 3) - Heart Of Rome (Overdub Work Part 1) - Cindy Cindy (Overdubbed Unedited Master) - Make The World Go Away (Overdub Work Part 1) - When I’m Over You (String Overdubs / Unedited Master) - Tomorrow Never Comes (Take 13 / Ending Only) - The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face (Duet With Ginger Holladay) - Sylvia (Take 7) - Got My Mojo Working / Keep Your Hands Off It (Additional Brass Overdubs / Unedited Master) - Life (Take 17) - Life (Take 18 & 19) - Mary In The Morning (Backup Vocal Overdub / Unedited Master) - It’s Your Baby You Rock It (Backup Vocal Overdub / Unedited Master) - I’ll Be Home On Christmas Day (Take 7) - The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face (Duet With Temple Riser).

NoteMost tracks taken from the Venus "Unedited Masters" series  (Thanks to the Elvis information Network).

Elvis Country - Legacy Edition

Available on February 26, 2022 from the Music On CD label is a re-issue of Sony’s ‘Elvis Country - Legacy Edition’ which contains the original album plus 14 bonus tracks Including 8 B-sides

CD 1: Snowbird / Tomorrow Never Comes / Little Cabin On The Hill / Whole Lot-Ta Shakin' Goin' On / Funny How Time Slips Away / I Really Don't Want To Know / There Goes My Everything / It's Your Baby, You Rock It / The Fool / Faded Love / I Washed My Hands In Muddy Water / Make The World Go Away / I Was Born About Ten Thousand Years Ago / A Hundred Years From Now (Studio Jam) / Where Did They Go, Lord.

CD 2: Love Letters / When I'm Over You / If I Were You / Got My Mojo Working / Heart Of Rome / Only Believe / This Is Our Dance / Cindy, Cindy / I'll Never Know / It Ain't No Big Thing / Life / The Sound Of Your Cry / Sylvia / Rags To Riches.


Dallas Frazier Died

Singer-songwriter Dallas Frazier, a multi-Grammy winner who is enshrined in the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame, died. He was 82.

Frazier (co-)wrote four songs that were performed by Elvis Presley; 'He Is My Everything', 'There Goes My Everything', 'True Love Travels on a Gravel Road', 'Wearin' that Loved-on Look' and 'Where Did They Go, Lord?'.

(Source: FECC / Music On CD / Sounds / Elvis Club Berlin / NY Post/ Elvis information Network)

January 13 - Import Vinyl

Due for release in the 'Gold Standard Series' is the vinyl singles box 'Stranger In My Home Town - As Recorded at the American Sound studio, Memphis Tennessee'. This box features six singles on red and on blue colored vinyl. The tracks from the singles are also compiled on a bonus CD.

Publicity stated: Now available is this remarkable box set containing 6 gorgeous 45RPM singles plus a bonus CD. All tracks are recorded at the American Sound Studio in Memphis, Tennessee and never been issued before on a 45RPM. For sure these alternate takes never appeared on 45 until now. All singles are suitable to be played in jukeboxes. A great collection of 1969 masterpieces. 
  • Single 1: Power Of My Love – Unedited Master / This Is The Story – Unedited Undubbed Master
  • Single 2: Gentle On My Mind – Vocal Overdub / Inherit The Wind – Strings Overdubbed Vocal Overdub # 2
  • Single 3: After Loving You – Take 3 / Without Love (There Is Nothing) – Take 1 / Alternate Master
  • Single 4: Long Black Limousine – Take 6 / It Keeps Right On A-Hurtin’- Take 2
  • Single 5: Only The Strong Survive – Take 6 / A Little Bit Of Green – Take 3 / Unedited Unrepaired Master
  • Single 6: Stranger In My Own Home Town – Take 1 / Unedited Undubbed Master / Do You Know Who I Am – Take 2
Tracks CD: 01 Power Of My Love – Unedited Master / 02 This Is The Story – Unedited Undubbed Master / 03 Gentle On My Mind – Vocal Overdub / 04 Inherit The Wind – Strings Overdubbed Vocal Overdub # 2 / 05 After Loving You – Take 3 / 06 Without Love (There Is Nothing) – Take 1 / Alternate Master / 07 Long Black Limousine – Take 6 / 08 It Keeps Right On A-Hurtin’- Take 2 / 09 Only The Strong Survive – Take 6 / 10 A Little Bit Of Green – Take 3 / Unedited Unrepaired Master / 11 Stranger In My Own Home Town – Take 1 / Unedited Undubbed Master / 12 Do You Know Who I Am – Take 2

Double Trouble

Also due soon on the new Popcorn import label is the double import-LP 'Double Trouble' which features music from the soundtrack on two red and blue colored LP's, housed in a gatefold cover. The Album comes with a bonus CD.

Publicity stated: Now available on the newly founded Popcorn label is this amazing double album completely dedicated to the ‘Double Trouble’ sessions. These sessions, which took place in June 1966 only resulted in 9 masters. 3 bonus tracks were added to fill up the long play album. Still the total playing time of the original soundtrack album was very short. Now you can enjoy these sessions on this deluxe double album. 

All the tracks are also available on the 2 bonus CDs added to this package. Although not the best sessions Elvis was involved in, still this set makes a great listen.

Side A The Binaural Masters
01 Double Trouble [Upa3 3934] (Doc Pomus-Mort Shuman)
02 Baby, If You’ll Give Me All Of Your Love [Upa3 3935] (Joy Byers)
03 Could I Fall In Love [Upa3 3936] (Randy Starr)
04 Long Legged Girl (With The Short Dress On) [Upa3 3937] (Macfarland-Winfield Scott)
05 City By Night [Upa3 3938] (Giant-Baum-Kaye)
06 Old Macdonald [Upa3 3939] (Randy Starr)
07 I Love Only One Girl [Upa3 3940] (Sid Tepper-Roy C. Bennett)
08 There Is So Much World To See [Upa3 3941] (Sid Wayne-Ben Weisman)

Bonus Songs
09 It Won’t Be Long [Upa3 3942] - Binaural (Sid Wayne-Ben Weisman)
10 Never Ending [Ppa4 0293] - Take 2 & 3 (M) (Buddy Kaye-Phil Springer)
11 Blue River [Spa4 6768] - Composite Master (Paul Evans-Fred Tobias)
12 What Now, What Next, Where To* [Ppa4 0294] (Don Robertson-Hal Blair)

Side B The Outtakes:
01 Could I Fall In Love [2002] - Take 6 - Undubbed Master 
02 There Is So Much World To See [Hra1 8688] [2003] - Take 10 (M) 
03 Double Trouble [2006] - Take 1
04 Baby, If You’ll Give Me All Of Your Love [2007] - Take 2
05 I Love Only One Girl [2008] - Take 1
06 It Won’t Be Long [2009] - Take 1 & 2
07 Long Legged Girl [2011] Remake - Take 1 & 2
08 City By Night [2013] Vocal Overdub #1 - Take 10
09 Old Macdonald [Upa3 3939] [2014] Vocal Overdub Only
10 Could I Fall In Love [2012] Harmony Vocal Overdub (Vocal Only) - Take 1
11 Double Trouble [2006] - Take 2 & 3

Side C Outtakes and Alternates Continued
01 Baby, If You’ll Give Me All Of Your Love [2007] - Take 3 & 4
02 It Won’t Be Long [2009] - Take 5
03 Long Legged Girl [Hra1 8673] [2005] - Take 6 – Alternate Master
04 Long Legged Girl [Upa3 3937] Master - With Drum Intro
05 Could I Fall In Love [Upa3 3936] Track + Harmony Vocal Overdub Take 1
06 Could I Fall In Love [Upa3 3936] Harmony Vocal Only**
07 Could I Fall In Love [Upa3 3936] Edited Master - No Harmony Vocal
08 Old Macdonald [Upa3 3939] [2010] - Track
09 Never Ending [Ppa4 0293] - Take 1
10 What Now, What Next, Where To [Ppa4 0294] - Take 1 (M) 
11 Blue River [Spa4 6768] - Take 1 & 2

Side D The Film Versions
01 Double Trouble
02 Baby, If You’ll Give Me All Of Your Love
03 Could I Fall In Love
04 Long Legged Girl
05 City By Night
06 Old Macdonald 
07 I Love Only One Girl
08 There Is So Much World To See
09 Double Trouble – End Score
10 Radio Spot
11 Movie Trailer
* Original 2 Track Stereo Mix 
** As Featured In Edited Master

Tracklisting Disc 1:
The Binaural Masters
01 Double Trouble [Upa3 3934]
02 Baby, If You’ll Give Me All Of Your Love [Upa3 3935] 
03 Could I Fall In Love [Upa3 3936] 
04 Long Legged Girl (With The Short Dress On) [Upa3 3937]
05 City By Night [Upa3 3938] 
06 Old Macdonald [Upa3 3939]
07 I Love Only One Girl [Upa3 3940]
08 There Is So Much World To See [Upa3 3941]

Bonus Songs
09 It Won’t Be Long [Upa3 3942] - Binaural 
10 Never Ending [Ppa4 0293] - Take 2 & 3 (M) 
11 Blue River [Spa4 6768] - Composite Master 
12 What Now, What Next, Where To* [Ppa4 0294] 

The Outtakes:
13 Could I Fall In Love [2002] Take 6 - Undubbed Master 
14 There Is So Much World To See [Hra1 8688] [2003] Take 10 (M) 
15 Double Trouble [2006] - Take 1
16 Baby, If You’ll Give Me All Of Your Love [2007] - Take 2
17 I Love Only One Girl [2008] - Take 1
18 It Won’t Be Long [2009] - Take 1 & 2
19 Long Legged Girl [2011] Remake - Take 1 & 2
20 City By Night [2013] Vocal Overdub #1 - Take 10
21 Old Macdonald [Upa3 3939] [2014] Vocal Overdub Only
22 Could I Fall In Love [2012] Harmony Vocal Overdub (Vocal Only) - Take 1
23 Double Trouble [2006] Take 2 & 3
** As Featured In Edited Master

Tracklisting Disc 2 Outtakes & Alternates Continued
01 Baby, If You’ll Give Me All Of Your Love [2007] - Take 3 & 4
02 It Won’t Be Long [2009] - Take 5
03 Long Legged Girl [Hra1 8673] [2005] - Take 6 Alternate Master
04 Long Legged Girl [UPA3 3937] Master - With Drum Intro
05 Could I Fall In Love [UPA3 3936] Track + Harmony Vocal Overdub Take 1
06 Could I Fall In Love [UPA3 3936] Harmony Vocal Only**
07 Could I Fall In Love [UPA3 3936] Edited Master - No Harmony Vocal
08 Old Macdonald [UPA3 3939] [2010] - Track
09 Never Ending [PPA4 0293] - Take 1
10 What Now, What Next, Where To [PPA4 0294] - Take 1 (M) 
11 Blue River [SPA4 6768] - Take 1 & 2

The Film Versions 
12 Double Trouble
13 Baby, If You’ll Give Me All Of Your Love
14 Could I Fall In Love
15 Long Legged Girl
16 City By Night
17 Old Macdonald 
18 I Love Only One Girl
19 There Is So Much World To See
20 Double Trouble – End Score
21 Radio Spot
22 Movie Trailer
** As Featured In Edited Master

(Source: Facebook)