FTD 25: Girl Happy
The CD itself contains both previously released and previously unreleased outtakes. It is a standard CD but housed in a deluxe 7″ (17.5 cm) (like a single or EP) triple-fold-out package. It includes a 12 page booklet with information, including photos and images that include some rare movie stills and Cinema lobby cards, related memorabilia and ‘Behind the Scenes’ facts, ‘In And Outtake’ and ‘Off Camera’ pages.
01. Girl Happy
02. Spring Fever
03. Fort Lauderdale Chamber Of Commerce
04. Startin’ Tonight
05. Wolf Call
06. Do Not Disturb
07. Cross My Heart And Hope To Die
08. The Meanest Girl In Town
09. Do The Clam
10. Puppet On A String
11. I’ve Got To Find My Baby
12. You’ll Be Gone
The alternate takes:
13. Puppet On A String (takes 5,6,7)
14. The Meanest Girl In Town (takes 7,8,9)
15. Spring Fever (take 4)
16. Do Not Disturb (takes 24,25,26,27)
17. Cross My Heart And Hope To Die (take 4)
18. Girl Happy (takes 1,2,3,4)
19. Puppet On A String (take 10)
20. Spring Fever (takes 18,19,21)
21. The Meanest Girl In Town (take 11)
22. Do Not Disturb (take 35)
23. Cross My Heart And Hope To Die (take 9,10,11)
24. Girl Happy (take 13 and take 4 of ending).
Compilation produced by Ernst Mikael Jørgensen & Roger Semon, Mastered by Lene Reidel at Tocano, Original engineer: Dave Weichman, Recorded June 10-12, 1964 at Radio Recorders, Hollywood.
Musicians: Scotty Moore: Guitar, Tiny Timbrell: Guitar, Tommy Tedesco: Guitar, Bob Moore: Bass, D.J.Fontana: Drums, Buddy Harman: Drums, Frank Carlson: Drums, Floyd Cramer: Piano, Boots Randolph: Sax, The Jordanaires: Vocals, The Jubilee Four (‘Do The Clam’ & ‘Wolf Call’): Vocals, The Carole Lombard Trio (‘Do The Clam’): Vocals. Track 12: Recorded March 19, 1962 at RCA’s studio B, Nashville. Musicians at session: Scotty Moore: Guitar, Harold Bradley: Guitar, Grady Martin: Guitar and Vibes, Bob Moore: Bass, D.J. Fontana: Drums, Buddy Harman: Drums, Floyd Cramer: Piano, Boots Randolph: Sax and Vibes, Millie Kirkham: Vocals, The Jordanaires: Vocals Original engineer: Bill Porter. Original A&R: Steve Sholes.