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Tinseltown Troubadour

September 12, 2020 | Music

Finally the Lauderdale Records import label announced the release of the CD we were all waiting for: Tinseltown Troubadour. This limited edition 34-track compilation features a 'fun and dynamic mix of movie versions, studio outtakes and alternate mixes' and 'cool movie dialogue, movie dialogue and promo spots, freshly mixed and edited in glorious mono' according to the text on the cover. 

Tracklisting

G. I. Blues - I Slipped, I Stumbled, I Fell - Put The Blame On Me - The Love Machine - Almost Always True - Blue Suede Shoes - Party - Shoppin´ Arround - Kissin´ Cousins - There´s Gold In The Mountains - If You Think I Don´t Need You - A Dog´s Life - Britches - Lonesome Cowboy - Loving You - Fort Lauderdale Chamber Of Commerce - Tonight Is So Right For Love - Beyond The Bend - Dirty Dirty Feeling - One Broken Heart For Sale - Let Me - Poor Boy - A Little Less Conversation - Let Yourself Go - The Lady Loves Me (With Rusty Martin) - Slowly But Surely - Summer Kisses, Winter Tears - Doin´ The Best I Can - Angel - We´ll Be Together - Harem Holiday - Night Rider - I Don´t Wanna Be Tied - There´s A Brand New Day On The Horizon

To make the 'party' complete, there's a volume 2 too, go you....!

C’mon Everybody - Loving You - Blue Hawaii - Your Time Hasn’t Come Yet Baby - One More Day - Teddy Bear - A Boy Like Me, A Girl Like You - Take Me To The Fair - Happy Ending - It Won’t Be Long - Mean Woman Blues - Spinout - Adam & Evil - Spinout - I Think I’m Gonna Like It Here - She’s A Machine - Long Legged Girl - Bossa Nova Baby - Stop Where You Are - Rock A’ Hula Baby - There’s No Room To Rhumba - Drums Of The Islands - What A Wonderful Life - You Can’t Say No In Acapulco - Big Boots - Slicin’ Sand - Smokey Mountain Boy - Girls, Girls, Girls - Catchin’ On Fast - Follow That Dream - Long Lonely Highway - King Of The Whole Wide World - Meanest Girl In Town - You’re The Boss - Hey Little Girl.

Source:Various
Milky White Way wrote on September 10, 2020
Were we all waiting for this? I wasn’t. I kinda like the cover though (except for the over done shadow).
bajo wrote on September 10, 2020
It never ends, does it? Can't recall me waiting for this? Now I know I don't need it, want it or going to buy it! Sorry!
Gorse wrote on September 10, 2020
Perhaps No More and Never Ending should have been on here. On a positive note um um ........I am afraid I have forgotten what it was for the time being.
Gladyslove wrote on September 11, 2020
I am waiting for this !? Sure. ( Beware: Ironic ! )
Psilopechtris wrote on September 11, 2020
I think it's the same people behind these ridiculous releases. They are just using different "labels''. Ask yourselves one simple question: Why are these types of releases promoted on websites that are intended for knowledgeable Elvis collectors?
Psilopechtris wrote on September 11, 2020
Gorse: I forgot to forget to remember!
Cruiser621 wrote on September 12, 2020
The greed and stupidity never ceases to amaze me. Does anybody really buy this crap? We were all waiting for this? Somebody please wake me up, I must have been asleep. The thought of missing this exclusive new CD would truly upset me. Why does this web site keep publishing this garbage?
Cruiser621 wrote on September 12, 2020
Oh my word, I absolutely missed this; it's a limited release. Whoa!
TheMemphisFan wrote on September 13, 2020
It's a joy to see that one of Elvis' best recordings of all-time, "One More Day", is included! However, I'm extremely disappointed that "Sound Advice" isn't included.
Psilopechtris wrote on September 13, 2020
Good question Cruiser621, why does this web site keep publishing this garbage?
Lex wrote on September 14, 2020
We publish this kind of garbage (with some sarcasm mostly) because there are people interested, even in garbage. See ALLC and the Philharmonic orchestra releases....
Gladyslove wrote on September 14, 2020
There is whining all the way, ... but more postings than on the realy good releases like the new ftd for example.
Gorse wrote on September 14, 2020
Well Lex the Philharmonic releases sold at least sold over 2 million copies worldwide so there must be quite a few buffoons without taste around. The problem with comments like yours and others here remind me of the phone in football programmes I listen to, when an irate club fan phones in and says sack the manager etc. but then has no idea who to bring in to replace him or suggests someone who at so many levels is impossible to attract, and thus completely unviable...... but bless the little darlings they do mean well.
Psilopechtris wrote on September 15, 2020
Hey look there’s Britches with Smokey Mountain Boy (LOL)
marco31768 wrote on September 16, 2020
Oh my Gosh...
TheMemphisFan wrote on September 21, 2020
I'm holding out hope that there'll be a second volume which will include "Sound Advice" and "Chesay".
japio wrote on September 25, 2020
a waste of plastic. I* dont understand why poeple still buying this CRAP. The makers are not fans. But misued elvis name and legacy
Jeoliverm wrote on October 28, 2020
I bought it and I liked it very much. Maybe I have on other CDs the different takes included here (or maybe not, anyway, I won't check it) but it's very very fun to listen to it. It lifts up your mood and put a big smile in your face, and it's not just the songs, the inserts are also very funny. If I'd to recommend it, I'd do it, so I do! If it's still available, don't hesitate and get one for your collection
Jeoliverm wrote on January 22, 2021
Though I usually skip these kind of releases, I've bought these two volumes and for me they are very fun to listen to. Also they are quite different from such prolific releases that repeat the same alt. takes over and over.