- Released: June 28, 1997
- Label: Sony/BMG Int'l
- 1.King Of The Whole Wide World - (previously unreleased)
- 2.This Is Living
- 3.Riding The Rainbow
- 4.Home Is Where The Heart Is
- 5.I Got Lucky - (previously unreleased)
- 6.Whistling Tune, A - (previously unreleased)
- 7.Girls! Girls! Girls!
- 8.I Don't Wanna Be Tied
- 9.Where Do You Come From
- 10.I Don't Want To
- 11.We'll Be Together
- 12.A Boy Like Me Girl Like You
- 13.Earth Boy
- 14.Return To Sender
- 15.Because Of Love
- 16.Thanks To The Rolling Sea
- 17.Song Of The Shrimp
- 18.Walls Have Ears
- 19.We're Coming In Loaded
- 20.Mama - (previously unreleased)
- 21.Plantation Rock
- 22.Dainty Little Moonbeams - (previously unreleased)
- 23.Girls! Girls! Girls! [End Title Version] - (previously unreleased)
2 LP's on 1 CD.
Complilation producers: R. Semon, Ernst Mikael Jorgensen.
Personnel: Elvis Presley (vocals); Scotty Moore, Tiny Timbrell, Neal Mathews (guitar); Boots Randolph (saxophone); Dudley Brooks (piano); Bob Moore (bass); D.J. Fontana, Buddy Harman (drums); The Jordanaires (background vocals).
GIRLS! GIRLS! GIRLS!:
Personnel: Elvis Presley (vocals); Scotty Moore, Barney Kessel, Tiny Timbrell (guitar); Boots Randolph (saxophone, vibraphone); Dudley Brooks (piano); Ray Siegel (bass); D.J. Fontana, Hal Blaine, Bernie Mattinson (drums).
Additional personnel: Robert Bain, Alton Hendrickson (guitars); The Amigos, Jose Vaidz, Pedro Berrios, Miguel Alcalde, Felix Melendes.
Recorded at Radio Recorders, Hollywood, California. Includes liner notes by Roger Semon.
Digitally remastered by Dick Baxter (November 1992, BMG Recording Studios, New York).
Audio Remixers: Dick Baxter; Ernst Mikael Jorgensen.
Recording information: Radio Recorders, Hollywood, CA.
Sure, most of Presley's films were fluffy stuff. No matter -- the songs were written by men at the peak of their craft and performed by musicians who were masters of their instruments. The reissues are remixed from the three-track studio masters and sound gorgeous. Kid Galahad sees its six songs released unedited and in stereo for the first time, while Girls! Girls! Girls! has all the songs Presley recorded for the film, some released for the first time here. The only real misstep (aside from the existence of "The Song of the Shrimp") is some sloppy proofreading in the booklets. ~ Steven McDonald