Remixed versions of I'm Comin' Home &
I Want You With Me can be found on 'Return
Of The Rocker'.
Most of this session as released on the "Famous
Groove" CD "Something Complete"
has the left and right channels swapped. This
could indicate an MP3 source, or an earlier form
of compression was used for that release.
On the FTD release of 'Something For Everybody'
we get the complete Take 7 of Judy right
up to "Oh please
" (1:52) and
then the song is spliced! What we should get from
here is Elvis breaking down saying "Oh no,
man". On the FTD from this point we get "Come
back I promise always to be true, oh Judy, there'll
never be anyone else dear but you" looped
from Take 7 (1:10 - 1:27), and then "Oh Judy,
there'll never be anyone else" (looped again
from 1:16 - 1:24), and then "dear but you"
from Take 8 (last few seconds of the Master).
Judy - Takes 1 to 4 are listed on the
UK 'EP Collection Volume 2' and 'Rare Elvis Volume
3' but the running order is wrong. The correct order is as follows:-
0:00 - 0:47 = Take 1 false start, rehearsal and count-in for complete take (0:00-0:47 of Take 1)
0:47 - 1:52 = Take 3 (to "Oh please, come back I promise always to be true")(0:05-1:10 of Take 3)
The next section has been edited out of Take 3 "Oh Judy, there'll never be anyone else dear but you" instrumental break "Oh please, come back I promise always to be true…" (1:10-1:52 of Take 3)
1:52 - 2:04 = Take 3 ("Oh Judy" to abrupt end)(1:52-2:04 of Take 3)
2:04 - 2:16 = Talking from before Take 4 (0:04-0:16 of Take 4)
2:16 - 2:48 = Take 5 (to "That's why I dread to know you're gone… hold it")(0:13-0:45 of Take 5)
2:48 - 2:53 = Talking from before Take 7 ("I've never had this much trouble over a song…")(0:04-0:09 of Take 7)
2:53 - 2:55 = Talking from before Take 4 ("Okay, cough")(0:12-0:14 of Take 4)
2:55 - 2:58 = Count-in for Take 4 ("M2WW 0577 Take 4")(0:01-0:04 of take 4)
2:58 - 5:08 = Take 4
The movie 'Tickle Me' features Put The Blame
On Me with overdubbed guitar backing, done
during post production of that movie.
In March of 2007, Sony decided to go through
all of Elvis' masters. They retransferred everything
and remastered all tracks including repairing
as many clicks, pops, bad edits and dropouts as
they could. They have used these newly mastered
recordings on their new releases since 2007 including
budget soundtracks, 'Legacy' releases, the 30
disc 'Complete Elvis Presley Masters' collection
and the Franklin Mint package.