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September 30 1966
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Paramount Studio Recording Stage - Hollywood, California
Soundtrack Session for Paramount's Easy Come, Easy Go
Paramount Producer : Joseph Lilley
Engineer : James Wright


You Gotta Stop (vocal overdub)
UPA3 3808 GOVC September 30 1966 (Fri)
Take 1 M 2:18 Vocal overdub of track GOC-05 Complete Elvis Presley Masters 14 (Sony)°°~Casting Call (Franklin Mint
Complete Masters Collection 26)°°~Easy Come, Easy Go (FTD)°°
~Celluloid Rock 2-4°°~Double Feat's - Easy Come, Easy Go / Speedway°°


The original 2-Track masters of the six songs used in the movie were released on LP in Australia, New Zealand and Argentina.

Poor digital echo on vocals plagues the Double Features release.

On Celluloid Rock Volume 2 the masters from this session are released both as a 3-channel mix and as instrumental tracks with just the two instrumental channels. This gives the impression that the vocals were overdubbed, but this is incorrect as slight bleeding of the vocal track reveals how this mix was done.

Initially, two songs were selected for scene 94 of Easy Come, Easy Go, which was to be in a discotheque according to the script. The songs were 'Sweet Thing' (Tepper-Bennett) and 'Sand In The Nick Of Time' (Giant-Baum-Kaye), although both songs were rejected in the pre-selection for the movie and replaced by 'Love On The Rocks' (Tepper-Bennett). None of these songs were recorded. Finally, 'Leave My Woman Alone' was selected to be used for scene 94 in the movie and the backing track was laid down ready for Elvis to record his lead vocals, when it was then decided that the scene be dropped altogether from the movie. This is the reason why Elvis never finished the song 'Leave My Woman Alone'.

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.

Thanks to Kevan Budd for information regarding the "remake" of 'She's A Machine'.

Session Logs
Recording Information
Easy Come, Easy Go
Easy Come, Easy Go
Recording Information
Easy Come, Easy Go
Easy Come, Easy Go
Love On The Rocks
Love On The Rocks - Unused

Music Sheets
Music Sheet
You Gotta Stop
You Gotta Stop (Thanks to Glen Johnson)