I'd love to hear them.
This was on EIN...
Ernst Jorgensen On George Klein's Elvis Duets: Continuing the story on the "duet" tapes that George Klein owns. Several websites mention that George Klein is thinking of selling three duets he acquired from Felton Jarvis' widow after Felton Jarvis Died. The duets with Larry Gatlin ("Help Me"), Jerry Reed ("Guitar Man") and Carl Perkins' ("Blue Suede Shoes") were produced after Elvis died as part of Felton Jarvis' 1980 -1981 "overdub" project from which we got the "Guitar Man" album. In an interesting legal follow up Ernst Jorgensen has stated to Elvis News that "George Klein has tried to sell them to us, and we told him that he has no rights to sell the tape for commercial use".
Seems like a weird comment by Jorgensen to me , If he has them he has a right to sell them from owner to owner. What happens after that isn't in his control , he doesn't appear to be trying to release them himself thus , the attempted sale to the people in charge of the FTDs who do have the right. I'd be curious in hearing the results of those tapes all cleaned up .
not over copy rigts laws he can 't , there two arts , if there one artest no probleam
Take a look at you and me,,Are we too blind to see, Do we Simply turn our heads and look the other way.....(Line From "in The Ghetto")
Thanks I didn't know that Tom.
I recall the Million Dollar Quartet recordings were held up for years because Johhny Cash could not be persuaded to work out a deal on releasing them.
(some said it was because he was not actually there for most of this legendary jam-he left pretty soon after Elvis got there) They also had to work our deals with Jerry Lee and Carl Perkins to finally release the jam officially.
Whenever someone mentions wanting to hear Elvis do a duet with someone the first person that comes to mind is Tina Turner. I would love to have seen the two of them do something together! To me they are the King and Queen of rock.