I have a CD called "Elvis Meets the Beatles", which I believe contains the same show featured on Fort Baxter's "Opening Night" CD.
Has anyone listened to the version of "Are You Lonesome Tonight" on either of these releases? It is much more straight forward without the Millie Kirkham treatement in the background during the dialogue segment. I much prefer it to the version featured on the "In Person" CD.
Does anyone know if this exists in a better sound quality? I've never heard the Opening Night CD, so can't compare it to the Elvis Meets the Beatles CD, but if they're on parr, it's not the best in sound quality.
Also, I do enjoy the Life Story monologe that is feature on this cd, it's not excessively wordy or long, a bit humorous. It was featured on the LP "Having Fun On Stage With Elvis", which I believe has also been released on CD.
Does anyone have the Having Fun cd? How does it sound, for just a "Talking Only" cd? I'd like to have a good quality copy of the Live Story monologue to use on a compilation cd.
Any thoughts or opinions, greatly apreciated.