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The Future of the Follow That Dream (FTD) Collectors Label


By: Elvis Australia
Source: ETM&HM / EIN
January 4, 2018
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Follow That Dream (FTD) Elvis Presley Collectors Label.While many have speculated that the Follow That Dream (FTD) Collectors Label might close after 20 years in 2019, Ernst Jorgensen has strongly denied this stating that FTD has plans to continue for the foreseeable future.

FTD was started in 1999 with its first release containing material from the second dressing room rehearsal for the '68 Comeback Special. The biggest selling title though is release #4 in The Jungle Room Session.

In the interview with Trevor Cajiao Ernst Jorgensen's main points were....

1. FTD will not be closing in 2019
2. The 'Classic Albums' series is nearly complete but there are more to come, noting 'Aloha' and 'Madison Square Garden' are still to be done.
3. Expanded 'complete session tapes' releases are being considered
4. Plenty more soundboards concerts to come


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