Often referred to as "The Lost Album", this
selection of classic mid sixties Nashville recordings, was
originally intended to be the official follow up to Elvis' 1962
album, "Pot Luck". Elvis basically had two separate recording
careers in the 60's - one being the studio recordings made in
Nashville, the other being the movie soundtracks, whose main
function was to support the economically very important movies.
With the instant smash of Devil In Disguise everything looked ideal
for the launch of this new studio album, but the accelerating
commitment to the movies made Colonel Parker and RCA Records decide
that there wasn't room in the frantic release schedule for both the
soundtrack releases and a new studio album.
Consequently the material recorded for this album ended up being
used as single B-sides and soundtrack album fillers.
By popular demand 'The Lost Album' is now available FOR THE ASKING.
(from the album notes)