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Tickle Me [Original recording remastered, Soundtrack]

Elvis Presley Audio CD
2.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)

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  • Audio CD (9 Aug 2005)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Original recording remastered, Soundtrack
  • Label: Follow That Dream
  • ASIN: B0009SOFTK
  • Average Customer Review: 2.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 266,961 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. I Feel That Iíve Known You Forever (March 19, 1962)
2. Slowly But Surely (May 27,1963)
3. Night Rider (October 15, 1961)
4. Put The Blame On Me (March 12, 1961)
5. Dirty, Dirty Feeling (April 3, 1960)
6. It Feels So Right (March 20, 1960)
7. (Such An) Easy Question (March 18, 1962)
8. Itís A) Long Lonely Highway (Single Master) (May 27, 1963)
9. Iím Yours (Undubbed single master) (June 25, 1961)
10. Something Blue (March 18, 1962)
11. Make Me Know It (March 20, 1960)
12. Just For Old Time Sake (March 18, 1962)
13. Gonna Get Back Home Somehow (March 18, 1962)
14. Thereís Always Me (March 12, 1961)
15. Allied Artistsí Radio Trailer (Version 1)
16. Slowly But Surely (Take 1) (May 27,1963)
17. It Feels So Right (Take 2) (March 20, 1960)
18. Iím Yours (LP Master) (June 25, 1961)
19. (Itís A) Long Lonely Highway (LP Master) (May 27, 1963)
20. I Feel That Iíve Known You Forever (Take 3) (March 19, 1962)
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars The rarest of Elvis soundtrack albums 25 Feb 2008
Format:Audio CD
Shot in only two weeks, the film Tickle Me was United Artists' lifesaver. Even tho' Elvis got $750.000 plus half the profits, the filmcompany survived a bad period, because Elvis made the young pull out big bucks for a very flimsy movie...
But he made up for it musically, even when he didn't have any new material to work with. The soundtrack to the film consists of material recorded and released between his return from the army and the year prior to the release of this film (1965).
This album contains all these songs, in superb sound quality, and the songs are really a lot better than the movie would have people think. Add some nice alternate versions so you can hear Elvis the artist work his magic, and along with two actual 1965 radio commercials one finds him or herself holding a true collector's item!
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2.0 out of 5 stars I wasnt tickled pink with this! 19 Nov 2007
Format:Audio CD
Follow that dream records, the collectors division of RCA have done it again with another superb re-packaging in their latest series of original EP re-issues. Turning their attention to the often overlooked 1965 "Tickle Me" movie soundtrack EP. This EP comprised of recordings Elvis made prior to the film ever being thought of. For the one and only time in an Elvis movie, the songs are taken from previous studio albums, namely "something for everybody" and "pot luck" and "Elvis is back". Now correct me if Im wrong but Follow That Dream have alreasy re-issued these Lp,s on the new collectors lable, so why do this one? I am confused totally here.

Not a classic film by any accounts, it came from a very low period in Elvis's movie career. Not the worst film by any means but not one that many fans would watch over and over. Ok the soundtrack is ridiculously good as it was from a srong early sixties catalogue but even at the time this EP must have been a bit of a waste of time.

This CD set gives you the original EP, then a batch of first takes and alternate takes. Beautiful packaging and detailed booklet help show the production process and how the songs came to be, but they are on the other FTD releases. This is a bit pointless.

But if you are sad like me and have to have all of the FTD releases then buy it, but you have been warned and as with all the Follow That Dream Extended Play releases, you only get a handful of songs so it can get repetative.

You do get much better value for money when they re-issue a complete LP, then often stretch it over 2 discs.

Please FTD keep up the Re-issues and the great packaging but dont do the pointless ones, as it gets too expensive to keep buying the same songs.



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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Wonderful songs 19 April 2007
Format:Audio CD
Whether you like this concept or not, the songs are wonderful. I really enjoy this addition to my collection.
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8 of 10 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars for collectors only 18 Sep 2005
Format:Audio CD
This is possibly the most pointless of all the FTD releases. Tracks from a terrible film! Plus all the tracks are old Elvis tracks that had previously been released....another of the Colonel's money saving ideas! and a favour to Allied Artists who were in dire financial trouble at the time. There really is no need to buy this unless you have to buy everything Elvis!...like me.
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2.0 out of 5 stars Soundtrack Album 13 Sep 2011
Format:Audio CD
Follow that dream records would be better going through Elvis`s film soundtrack material and selling them as double albums on 1 cd because officially this soundtrack album did not exit, it was released as an extented E.P 45 rpm with just five tracks on it, 1965 I`am not saying it`s a bad idea to release Elvis records but fans of Elvis will know where they can get most of the songs from this film, Some Elvis film soundtracks original albums in thev 60s lasted around say 35 minutes at most, till the 70s material lasted more time, As a result If FTD were to do us all a favour and do them right and release them again with original bonus tracks, RCA knew this when they released the full set of all Evis cds in a presentation box set UK mail order only 1996. with still such a high profile singer as Elvis people should know this, I will always maybe buy Elvis cds but now it does need to be of a certain purchase.
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