Just for Old Time Sake
Words & Music by Sid Tepper / Roy Bennett
Just for old time sake
Won't you give my heart a break
Let's get together again
Let's relive the time
I was yours and you were mine
Life was so wonderful then
I know, I know the day I let you go
I made my greatest mistake
If you loved me then
You could love me once again
Won't you try just for old time sake
Recorded: 1962/03/18, first released on Pot Luck
March 9, 1962 - Elvis went backstage at The Auditorium on this night of to say hello to some of his friends in the Holiday on Ice cast, and skating star Dorothy Goos promptly put him to work holding yarn.
Elvis had visited Holiday on Ice people here during their last three annual visits.
March 18 1962 RCA Studio B - Nashville, Tennessee
Something Blue N2WW 0685-07
Gonna Get Back Home Somehow N2WW 0686-07
Easy Question N2WW 0687-05
Fountain Of Love N2WW 0688-10
Just For Old Times Sake N2WW 0689-05
Night Rider N2WW 0690-05
You'll Be Gone N2WW 0691-03
March 19 1962 RCA Studio B - Nashville, Tennessee
March 26, 1962 Radio Recorders - Hollywood, California
March 27, 1962 Radio Recorders - Hollywood, California
Where Do You Come From N2PB 3274-14
Girls! Girls! Girls! N2PB 3272-03
Return To Sender N2PB 3279-02
Because Of Love N2PB 3280-06
The Walls Have Ears N2PB 3283-12
The Walls Have Ears (Movie Version) ____-01
Song Of The Shrimp N2PB 3282-06
A Boy Like Me A Girl Like You N2PB 3277-05
March 28, 1962 Radio Recorders - Hollywood, California
Mama WPA1 8121-10
Earth Boy N2PB 3278-09
Earth Boy (Movie Version) ____-SP
Earth Boy (Movie Version - Vocal Overdub) ____-SP
Dainty Little Moonbeams (End Title - Part 1) WPA5 2505-06
Girls! Girls! Girls!(End Title - Part 2) WPA5 2506-15
Girls! Girls! Girls! (End Title - Composite) ____-SP
I Don't Want To Be Tied N2PB 3273-08
I Don't Want To Be Tied (Movie Version) ____-SP
Plantation Rock NPA5 5824-SP
May 2, 1962 Radio Recorders - Hollywood, California
Mama (Composite) WPA1 8122-SP
May 23, 1962 Radio Recorders - Hollywood, California
We'll Be Together N2PB 3276-11
May 23, Follow That Dream opens nationally.
June 17, For the first time since leaving Germany in 1960, Elvis is reunited with Priscilla Beaulieu. She stays for two weeks at the home of Presley friend and custom car designer George Barris after endless assurances from Elvis to her parents that she will be respected and well cared for.
June 19, After two days with Barris, Priscilla moves into Elvis' L.A. Home on Bellagio Drive anyway.
June 20, Elvis, Priscilla, and the Memphis Mafia head to the Sahara in Vegas.
July 1, Priscilla returns to Germany.
July 12, Elvis purchases land directly across Highway 51 from Graceland, using the mansion itself as collateral.
July 29, Kid Galahad opens nationally.
August 6, 1962 Radio Recorders - Hollywood, California
Girls! Girls! Girls! (Movie Version) ____-SP
August 6, Longtime girlfriend Anita Wood -- who has been staying at the Graceland mansion since Elvis' return from the Army -- overhears the singer talking to his father about the difficulty of choosing between Anita and Priscilla. She immediately returns to her hometown of Jackson, TN, telling the Memphis Press-Scimitar that Elvis is not ready to settle down. Read our Interview with Anita Wood for the full story.
August 31, California clothier to the stars Sy Devore reveals in an interview that the King does not wear underwear. Elvis is upset but eventually returns to the store -- in underwear.
October 21, Girls Girls Girls opens nationwide.
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Tupelo's Own Elvis Presley DVD Video with Sound.
Never before have we seen an Elvis Presley concert from the 1950's with sound. Until Now! The DVD Contains recently discovered unreleased film of Elvis performing 6 songs, including Heartbreak Hotel and Don't Be Cruel, live in Tupelo Mississippi 1956. Included we see a live performance of the elusive Long Tall Sally seen here for the first time ever. + Plus Bonus DVD Audio.
This is an excellent release no fan should be without it.
The 'parade' footage is good to see as it puts you in the right context with color and b&w footage. The interviews of Elvis' Parents are well worth hearing too. The afternoon show footage is wonderful and electrifying : Here is Elvis in his prime rocking and rolling in front of 11.000 people. Highly recommended.