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November 17 1966
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MGM Sound Stage - Hollywood, California
Scoring Session for MGM's 'Double Trouble'
MGM Producer : Jeffrey Alexander
Engineers : Aaron Rochin / Lyle Burbridge


There Is So Much World To See (overdub)
UPA3 3941 2018 (?) November 17 1966 (Thur)
Overdub M 1:57 Strings overdubed to 2004-01
Movie version
Comp. Elvis Presley Masters 14 (Sony)°°~Around The World (Franklin
Mint Complete Masters Collection 20)°°~Double Trouble (FTD)°°
~Double Features - Spinout / Double Trouble°°~Celluloid Rock 2-3°°


This is a scoring session for the movie Double Trouble. Strings are overdubbed to the master take (2004-01) - originally recorded on June 28 1966. It is this movie version' that RCA originally chose to release on the Double Trouble album, rather than the intended record version (2003-10) which was not used.

Except for masters and alternate masters - all original 3-Track tapes are lost.

Celluloid Rock Volume 2 (Cool Romeo) has a binaural mix used for the masters.

In March of 2007, Sony decided to go through all of Elvis' masters. They retransferred everything and remastered all tracks including repairing as many clicks, pops, bad edits and dropouts as they could. They have used these newly mastered recordings on their new releases since 2007 including budget soundtracks, Legacy releases, the 30 disc Complete Elvis Presley Masters collection and the Franklin Mint package.

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Double Trouble
Double Trouble
There's So Much World To See (Movie)
There's So Much World To See (Movie Version)