The Instrumentral intro (0:00-0:05) and second
verse (0:47-1:25) is cut on the released MGM/RCA
master of Wolf Call.
The acetate of Wolf Call on the bootleg
LP "Kid Galahad Sessions Volume 3" is
a different vocal take to the master.
The 'Movie' version of Wolf Call has overdubbed
'dog barking' noises in the background.
A fake overdubbed version of Wolf Call
can be found on the bootlegs "Animal Instinct"
and "Fried Banana's Ice Cream & Gatorade",
but this has the intro to GOV Take 4 from the
'Paradise Hawaiian Style' sessions, tagged to
the beginning of it!
Track '2010' Do The
Clam was extended before Elvis' Vocal
The middle part of the song (1:02-1:38) and ending
(2:00-2:23) is cut on the released MGM/RCA master
of Fort Lauderdale Chamber Of Commerce.
A tape recording of the unedited acetate of was
posted on You Tube in November 2012 - Thanks to
The last part of the second verse, and the first
part of the third verse (from after "Spread
a blanket on the ground..." to "3am
go for a swim..."), along with a short instrumental
break (after "Call the cops it's all right..."
to "Course when the cops have come and gone...")
is cut from the released MGM/RCA master of Startin'
The Instrumentral intro (0:00-0:04) and second
verse (0:32-1:01) is cut on the released MGM/RCA
master of I've Got to Find My Baby.
The 'Movie' version of Spring Fever may
be any production number from 2019 to 2022, and
is spliced from parts of 2005
Take 24 (Elvis' vocals) and parts of 2503
Another possible production number from 2019
to 2022 is I've Got News For You sung by
Nina Talbot in the 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.