3 Bonus Tracks (In Swedish):
"Arranged, recorded and mixed by Tobbe Karlström in his own studio, June-July 1998.
Leif Jonasson (lead guitar), Max Svensson (piano), Viktor Nilsson (piano), Ted Jonsson (Rhythm guitar)."
With three songs in Swedish Eilert made strong comeback in September 1998 three years after his first CD. Without the financial backing of a major record company the album was released without the usual single or video. The distribution in neighboring countries Norway, Finlad and Denmark was handled by Universal.
Read a short interview done at the time the album was released.
Following the distribution contract with MCA this CD-single was released. Eilert re-recorded "Jailhouse Rock". The Mega-mix features: All Shook Up/Long Tall Sally/Jailhouse Rock/Heartbreak Hotel/Blue Suede Shoes/Love Me Tender.
Worth getting just to hear Eilert's funky disco-treatment of the classic Elvis-rocker!
This is THE collection! Eilert on one, crisp CD. Buy that and the single and you have all that he has recorded. Released december 1995 and subsequently distributed by MCA Sweden making the gas-station charts!
P.S. to collectors:
Eilert released this one himself first. The cover is the same down to the record label issue number, but the E-Funk mix of "Jailhouse Rock" and the "Megamix" wasn't on that first printing.
"Inspelad 1994 i Samsound Musikstudio, Skorped"/"Recorded 1994 at Samsound Musikstudio, Skorped"
Eilert's latest recordings came after the intensive media coverage he got in Sweden. It is also his most polished recordings, complete with female back-up singers on a few songs.
"Inspelad februari 1993"/"Recorded February 1993".
After the success with his first cassette Eilert recorded ten new songs and released them together with the three from "Elvis I". It's a collection from an artist really enjoying his new found way of expression!
1992 Eilert recorded this cassette after having practised singin to the pre-recorded musical backing for a couple of months.
In less than nine months it sold 900 copies and the phenomenon Eilert Pilarm was a reality!