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Soundtrack Release to the Movie, Presented in the 7" Format Cover, with Original Artwork, 12 Page Booklet and Previously Unreleased Outtakes.
1. Follow That Dream
3. What A Wonderful Life
4. I'm Not The Marrying Kind
5. Sound Advice
6. A Whistling Tune
7. Angel (Takes 1 & 2)
8. Follow That Dream (Takes 1 & 2)
9. What A Wonderful Life (Takes 2 & 3)
10. A Whistling Tune (Takes 2 & 3)
11. Angel (Take 4)
12. I'm Not The Marrying Kind (Takes 2, 3, 4 & 6)
13. Follow That Dream (Take 3)
14. Sound Advice (Take 1)
15. Angel (Take 5)
16. What A Wonderful Life (Takes 3, 4, 5 & 6)
17. Angel (Take 6)
18. Follow That Dream (Take 4)
19. Angel (Take 7)
20. Angel (Vocal Overdubs)
21. A Whistling Tune (Take 4, Stereo Master No Overdub)
22. On Top Of Old Smokey
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on March 29, 2015
Format: Audio CDVerified Purchase
This is one of my favorite movie albums. The title song, Follow That Dream, has always been one of my favorite uplifting songs. I once lived near where the movie was made, so it will forever invoke nice memories.
on January 1, 2012
Format: Audio CD
This is the soundtrack to an Elvis Presley movie from 1962. There were six songs recorded for the film, but only four appeared on the 7 inch soundtrack EP. "Sound Advice" was left off because Elvis didn't care for the song (it eventually appeared on Elvis For Everyone). "A Whistling Tune" was left off because it wasn't used in the movie. It was later rerecorded and used in the film Kid Galahad. This cd, by Follow That Dream Records, includes the mono master takes of all six songs, plus many alternate takes of the songs in stereo. These are good songs, but whether you need this many alternate takes depends on how big an Elvis fan you are. The final track is a very brief recording of Elvis singing a few lines of "On Top of Old Smokey", taken directly from the movie audio.