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Monday 9 March 2020
New FTD Releases: Two new FTD releases have been announced for later this month.
1. 'ELVIS: St. Louis & Spokane 1976' - As part of its ongoing live on tour series FTD is pleased to announce the release of 'ELVIS: St. Louis & Spokane'.
Released as a 2-CD 5” digi-pak, this set features Elvis at the Kiel Auditorium on March 22 1976 and The Coliseum on April 27 1976.
Both shows were "Closing Nights" of these short 1976 tours where Elvis would often go that little bit further for his loving fans.
Larrie Londin played drums with the TCB band from March 17 to March 22 1976 as well as on Elvis' final ever concerts June 25 & 26 1977.
It will be a treat for collectors to get an official release featuring 'A Different Beat' with Larrie Londin playing at St Louis on March 22, 1976.
Songs include Steamroller Blues, And I Love You So, America, How Great Thou Art, Trying To Get To You, Funny How Time Slips Away, Polk Salad Annie, My Way and Hurt
Go here to 'Elvis FTD News 2020' for tracklistings

2. 'The Kid Galahad Sessions' - FTD is pleased to announce the release of 'The Kid Galahad Sessions'.
This two CD set includes many remixed, remastered and UNRELEASED studio outtakes all in sensational audio quality.
This 7” deluxe 2-CD package features a 28-page booklet with an insightful essay, record and movie data, memorabilia and rare photos.

Go here to 'Elvis FTD News 2020' for full tracklistings

 

 

(News, Source;FTD/ElvisInfoNet)


Monday 17 February 2020
‘With Renewed Vigour’ New Import CD: The Straight Arrow label announces their first release of 2020, ‘With Renewed Vigour’ - Charlotte, March 20th, 1976 Afternoon Show. It was the1st tour of 1976 and some of Elvis' key musicians were replaced for financial issues. Unexpectedly, the result was a surprisingly fresh sound, with keyboards and drums prominent. During this rather short tour, Elvis performed 8 solid and entertaining shows in 4 cities.
The Charlotte, March 20th, 1976, 2:30pm show was previously released from an incomplete and inferior source back in 1994. We have found a completely new source; the original tape was recorded by a well-known American fan, using back then an excellent quality Sony TC-55 cassette recorder. For the first time we present this great concert in complete form and in its best possible sound quality! As usual, this release is presented in a de-lux 6-panel digipak with a collection of photos taken in Charlotte, March 20th, 1976 2:30pm and with great liner notes written by the fan who taped the show!
If you have enjoyed our previous March'76 release "RIPPIN' IT IN CINCINNATI" (Straight Arrow Special Products SA/SP 2018-51-02), we bet you will love this one too. The sound is even better, fresher and ambient.
Holding Back The Years (A New Kind Of Rhythm) from March 21, 1976 Cincinnati is probably the most well-known show from this 1976 Tour. FTD have not yet released a concert from this tour.
Ask your local dealer for audio samples! Straight Arrow team is always looking for new, unreleased audience taped shows and for better versions of already released recordings. If you have such tapes, even damaged/broken ones, do not hesitate to contact us, through your local dealer.
Tracklist: 01. Introduction: Also Sprach Zarathustra - 02. C. C. Rider - 03. I Got A Woman/Amen - 04. Love Me - 05. Let Me Be There - 06. You Gave Me A Mountain - 07. Steamroller Blues - 08. Until It's Time for You to Go (performed last time) - 09.All Shook Up - 10. Polk Salad Annie - 11.Introductions of singers, musicians, orchestra - 12.What'd I Say - 13.Drum Solo (Larry Londin) - 14.Bass Solo (Jerry Scheff) - 15. Piano Solo (Shane Keister) - 16.Electric Piano Solo (David Briggs) - 17.School Day - 18.And I Love You So - 19. Hurt - 20. Burning Love (with 2 false starts) - 21. America (The Beautiful) - 22.Funny How Time Slips Away - 23.How Great Thou Art - 24.Hawaiian Wedding Song - 25.Can't Help Falling In Love - 26.Closing Vamp / Announcements.

'Fun In Acapulco - Spliced Takes Special' New Import: Last years CMT "Viva Las Vegas" release was a real winner and included lots of new and fresh sounding tracks with cool edits.
This release is no different and will surprise you with a great new soundtrack which includes 13 (!!) new and unreleased spliced takes.
Almost all tracks have a longer running time due to clever use of different takes.
The title track has been re-edited and sounds like a complete new take! The same goes for "Rhumba in a Sports Car" which has also been extended.
"Bossa Nova Baby" rocks like never before due to the use of 5 different takes!
 "I Think I'm Gonna Like It Here" and "Bullfighter" include record and movie version, both unreleased in this format!
"I Think I'm Gonna Like this release..."  Limited to 500 copies it will be sold out soon!

 

TRACKS:
Fun in Acapulco - Alternate re-edited master
Vino, Dinero Y Amor - Spliced take 1,3 
Mexico - Spliced take 3,4,6 
El Toro - Spliced take 1,2
Marguerita - Spliced take 7,3,5,6 
The Bullfighter Was A Lady - Spliced take 2,3 
No Room To Rhumba In A Sports Car - Extended version 
I Think I'm Gonna Like It Here - Spliced take 8,9,10
Bossa Nova Baby - Spliced take 7,8,10,6,9,8 
You Can't Say No In Acapulco - take 1,2,3,4
Guadalajara -  Alternate Master
I Think I'm Gonna Like It Here - Spliced take 14,15
The Bullfighter Was A Lady - Spliced take 12,14
Malaguena - take 1

'Stranger In The Crowd - The Definitive 70's Ballads' New Import: Another new collection, 'Stranger In The Crowd - The Definitive 70's Ballads' includes very hard to find outtakes, overdub versions,  live recordings and masters.

Tracks include, Hurt - take 5, How the Web Was Woven - Undubbed Master, Let It Be Me - With the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra,
If You Love Me Let Me Know - Live, April 1977, For Ole Time's Sake - Duet with Tony Joe White, Bringing It Back - take 4, The Sound of Your Cry - Extended Master (Stereo) and more..

 



Hurt - take 5
Sylvia - Master
There's A Honky Tonk Angel - Rough Master
Mary in the Morning - Master
How the Web Was Woven - Undubbed Master
Love Letters - Undubbed Master
It's Impossible - Live, February 1972
I'll Never Know - take 3
Let It be Me - With the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra
If You Love Me Let Me Know - Live, April 1977
What Now My Love  - With the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra
Stranger in the Crowd - Undubbed Master

For Ole Time's Sake - Duet with Tony Joe White
Bringing It Back - take 4
Pieces of My Life - Master
Just Pretend - Master
The Sound of Your Cry - Extended Master (Stereo)
Always On My Mind - Master
Pledging My Love - Master
Where Do I Go From Here - Master
Your Love's Been A Long Time Coming - Master
The Next Step is Love - Undubbed Master

Thursday 6 February 2020
'Time Is Slipping Away' New Import: EP collector have announced their new release 'Time Is Slipping Away' , AUDIENCE recorded live at the University of Oklahoma, Norman, OK, March 25, 1977.
The title is inspired by the fact that Elvis he sings "Funny How Time Slips Away" very unusually as the 3rd song. The 2nd tour of 1977 was cut short due to Elvis illness, but some of the concerts were surprisingly good, especially the Abilene show on March 27th. In Norman, Elvis performs two solid and entertaining shows. Among the concert highlights are ”You Gave Me A Mountain“, ”Little Sister”, ”My Way”, “Fever“ and ”Hurt”.
As the local press wrote, Elvis "The King" Presley delights audience in Lloyd Noble Arena. Note: After the February 1977 tour, David Briggs was replaced by Bobby Ogdin on electric piano and clavinet.
The audio was mastered from an original audience recorded cassette tape recorded by a British fan. The sound is a rich and ambient - ask for samples!
This CD is packaged in a nicely designed digipack with local press review. All images used for the artwork were taken on March 25th, 1977 and they are previously unpublished!
Tracklist: 01. Also Sprach Zarathustra (2001 Theme) - 02. C. C. Rider - 03. Medley: I Got A Woman / Amen - 04. Funny How Time Slips Away - 05. If You Love Me (Let Me Know) - 06. You Gave Me A Mountain - 07. Love Me - 08. Jailhouse Rock - 09. Medley: O Sole Mio (Sherrill Nielsen, with false start) / It's Now Or Never - 10. Little Sister - 11. Medley: (Let Me Be Your) Teddy Bear / Don't Be Cruel (medley) - 12. My Way - 13. Fever - 14. Band Introductions - 15. Early Mornin' Rain - 16. What'd I Say - 17. Johnny B. Goode - 18. Drum Solo (Ronnie Tutt) - 19. Bass Solo (Battle Of New Orleans - Jerry Scheff) - 20. Piano Solo (Tony Brown) - 21. Electric Piano Solo (Bobby Ogdin) - 22. School Day - 23. Hurt - 24. Hound Dog - 25. Can't Help Falling

Tuesday 4 February 2020
‘Work In Progress’ The Guitar Man Album Sessions Vol. 1 New Import: In 1980 Felton Jarvis, Elvis' record producer for the last decade came to the remarkable idea to freshen up some of Elvis' recordings. The idea was to add totally new backing tracks to Elvis' voice. This resulted in the 1981 record release of "Guitar Man".
You hate it or you love it is probably the right thing to say about the album.
Felton was convinced Elvis would have loved it. The original album contained 10 songs (which all can be heard in a wonderful newly remastered sound quality on this new 2 CD set). But Felton worked on a bunch of other songs to see if they would suit the project.
This special 2 CD set contains many of those unreleased versions that never made it to the record. Also included are some unreleased unfinished versions of tracks that did make it to the final GUITAR MAN album.
The title track "Guitar Man" written and first performed by Jerry Reed was obviously one of the tracks that had to end up on the album. Jerry Reed was part of the original recording by Elvis in 1967 and now Jerry Reed was back in the studio with Felton Jarvis to work on the new title track for the 1981 re-release. Besides the guitar work he also recorded a "duet" version of the song. This version never made it to the album, but it probably should have. Felton finished this track most likely for his own pleasure or for Jerry Reed and it is one of the many highlights of this set. This is just an example of one of the many surprises you will find on this CD set. And all in a wonderful sound quality.
This wonderful 2 CD set is full of unreleased tracks like: Blue Eyes Crying In The Rain, The Fool, Susan When She Tried, Help Me, Funny How Time Slips Away and many many more.
Felton Jarvis sadly passed away early January 1981 even before the album came out.
Disc 1
The Original Guitar Man Album:
01 Guitar Man [Kwa5 8566]
02 After Loving You [Kwa5 8571]
03 Too Much Monkey Business [Kwa5 8556]
04 Just Call Me Lonesome [Kwa5 8553]
05 Lovin’ Arms [Kwa5 8591]
06 You Asked Me To [Kwa5 8558]
07 Clean Up Your Own Backyard [Kwa5 8572]
08 She Thinks I Still Care [Kwa5 8564]
09 Faded Love [Kwa5 8562]
10 I’m Movin’ On [Kwa5 8557]
Work In Progress
11 Guitar Man [Kwa5 8566]
12 Too Much Monkey Business [Kwa5 8236]
13 Lovin’ Arms [Kwa5 8247]
14 You Asked Me To [Kwa5 8249]
15 She Thinks I Still Care [Kwa5 8564] No Backing Vocals
16 She Thinks I Still Care [Kwa5 8564] With Original Backing Vocals
17 I’m Movin’ On [Kwa5 8246]
Duets Created By Felton
18 Guitar Man [Kwa5 8566] With Jerry Reed Mix #1
19 Help Me [Kwa5 8555] With The Gatlin Brothers
20 For Ol’ Times Sake [Kwa5 8238] With Tony Joe White
Teaser For Second Disc
21 That’s What You Get For Loving Me [Kwa5 8250] – Vocal Raised
22 Hey Jude [Kwa5 8237] – Unedited
23 Guitar Man [Kwa5 8566] With Jerry Reed Mix #2
Work Parts
24 She Thinks I Still Care [Kwa5 8259] Work Part
Disc 2
“Masters” Not Used For The Guitar Man Album
01 Hey Jude [Kwa5 8237]
02 For Ol’ Times Sake [Kwa5 8238]
03 Only The Strong Survive [Kwa 8240]
04 Blue Suede Shoes [Kwa5 8242]
05 In The Ghetto [Kwa5 8243]
06 Susan When She Tried [Kwa5 8245]
07 Shake A Hand [Kwa5 8248]
08 That’s What You Get For Loving Me [Kwa5 8250]
09 Funny How Time Slips Away [Kwa5 8251]
10 Blue Eyes Crying In The Rain [Kwa5 8252]
11 Bitter They Are, Harder They Fall [Kwa5 8253]
12 I’ll Hold You In My Heart [Kwa5 8554]
13 Help Me [Kwa5 8555]
14 I’ll Be There [Kwa5 8559]
15 The Fool [Kwa5 8560]
16 Burning Love [Kwa5 8563]
17 If You Talk In Your Sleep [Kwa5 8565]
18 Kentucky Rain [Kwa5 8567]
19 Long Black Limousine [Kwa5 8573]
Work In Progress
20 Hey Jude [Kwa5 8237] No Echo Different Mix
21 In The Ghetto [Kwa5 8243] No Backing Vocals
22 Susan When She Tried [Kwa5 8245] Different Mix
23 If You Talk In Your Sleep [Kwa5 8565]
24 Susan When She Tried [Kwa5 8245] – Unedited (Dry Vocals)
25 Kentucky Rain [Kwa5 8567] – Diff. Mix No Echo

‘Southbound’ 1976 New Import Re-Release: Now available on vinyl, SOUTHBOUND, originally released in 1998 and featuring the August 31 1976 show from Macon Georgia. The 7th tour of 1976 is not known as being the best tour in Elvis' career. During this particular show Elvis appeared demotivated. Most likely the crowd never even noticed this as they go wild like always as Elvis delivered a mediocre performance.
Still, it’s a part of Elvis’ career that deserves a release on vinyl.
22 years after the original CD release it is time for a high quality re-release of this performance. For the very first time this show is now available on a high quality double vinyl set.
The show is newly remastered and updated in the best way possible! This release is very limited and is available in RED or BLUE vinyl presented in a gatefold sleeve. And of course the show is included on CD too.
EIN Note: Elvis' show at Jackson, Mississippi, September 5, 1976 was released by FTD and is probably the best show and recording of this tour - Go here for the FTD review.
Side 1
01. Also Sprach Zarathustra
02. See See Rider
03. I Got A Woman / Amen
04. Elvis Talks
05. Love Me
06. If You Love Me (Let Me Know)
Side 2
01. You Gave Me A Mountain
02. All Shook Up
03. Teddy Bear / Don’t Be Cruel
04. And I Love You So
05. Jailhouse Rock
06. Fever
07. America, The Beautiful
Side 3
01. Introductions
Early Mornin’ Rain - John Wilkinson
What’d I Say - James Burton
Johnny B. Goode - James Burton
Further Introductions
02. Love Letters
03. Hail Hail Rock ‘N’ Roll
04. Hurt
Side 4
01. Hound Dog
02. That’s All Right
03. Blue Christmas
04. Mystery Train / Tiger Man
05. Can’t Help Falling In Love
06. Closing Vamp
Compact Disc:
01. Also Sprach Zarathustra
02. See See Rider
03. I Got A Woman / Amen
04. Elvis Talks
05. Love Me
06. If You Love Me (Let Me Know)
07. You Gave Me A Mountain
08. All Shook Up
09. Teddy Bear / Don’t Be Cruel
10. And I Love You So
11. Jailhouse Rock
12. Fever
13. America, The Beautiful
14. Introductions
15. Early Mornin’ Rain / John Wilkinson Intro
16. What’d I Say / James Burton Intro
17. Johnny B. Goode
18. Introductions
19. Love Letters
20. Introductions
21. Hail Hail Rock ‘N’ Roll
22. Hurt
23. Hound Dog
24. That’s All Right
25. Blue Christmas
26. Mystery Train / Tiger Man
27. Can’t Help Falling In Love
28. Closing Vamp
Bonus
29. Tryin’ To Get To You
30. Hurt (First Ever Live Version!)

Saturday 25 January 2020

MRS 'Elvis:Back In Living Stereo' in-depth Review: The new MRS set contains 6CDs of essential 1960-1962 master recordings, plus rare alternate outtakes - including plenty of officially unreleased material - and all of the personal home recordings Elvis made during the 1960s.
The 100 page book, with text from Gordon Minto, includes rare unpublished documents and photographs, supported by a comprehensive text discussing each of Elvis’ RCA studio (non-film) recording sessions held during 1960-62.
Musically the packed cds - over seven hours - present a stunning look at Elvis recording in the early sixties before the shine wore off. The "Master" sessions nicely contrast with the looser "Outtakes" discs and with Elvis getting even more uninhibited on the Home Recordings. - Very unihibited with a certain Nancy Sharpe!

But with so much thrown into the mix, and some tracks in poor audio quality, have MRS packed "Too Much" into the one release.

Go here as EIN's Nigel Patterson & Piers Beagley check out the positives and negatives in their in-depth review.

(Book Reviews, Source;ElvisInformationNetwork)


"Elvis Reborn" New CD:Out now a stunning rework of Elvis' mono classics into impressive STEREO.
.. Hear 30 classic Elvis songs like you've never heard them before... in STEREO!
Through a new, cutting-edge digital audio process called DES (Digitally Extracted Stereo), it is now possible to create new, authentic-sounding stereo mixes from original mono recordings.
Since instruments and vocals typically occupy fairly narrow frequency ranges, DES is able to isolate guitars, drums, piano, bass, singers, etc. and extract them into separate tracks that can be remixed just like multi-track stereo recordings. This breakthrough technology allows fans to experience their
favorite mono songs in a more lifelike way than ever before!
These are NOT "overdubs". No new instrumentation has been added. All of the sounds you hear are the original musicians backing Elvis, but with a clarity that exposes for the first time sounds you never heard before!
This exciting, trend-setting CD is as close as you will come to actually being present in the studio when these songs were recorded in the glory days of rock 'n' roll.
01. Jailhouse Rock
02. Blue Suede Shoes
03. What A Wonderful Life
04. (You're So Square) Baby I Don't Care
05. Wear My Ring Around Your Neck
06. I Want You, I Need You, I Love You
07. Good Rockin' Tonight
08. I Love You Because
09. One-Sided Love Affair
10. I'll Be Home For Christmas
11. Blue Moon Of Kentucky
12. Mean Woman Blues
13. One Night
14. Young And Beautiful
15. Don't Be Cruel
16. (Now and Then There's) A Fool Such As I
17. Money Honey
18. I Was The One
19. A Big Hunk O' Love
20. Blue Christmas
21. Doncha' Think It's Time
22. Got A Lot O' Living To Do
23. I Beg Of You
24. I Need Your Love Tonight
25. Rip It Up
26. Is It So Strange
27. Mystery Train
28. I Forgot To Remember To Forget
29. Santa Claus Is Back In Town
30. Trouble
"ELVIS REBORN: THE NEW MONO TO STEREO MIXES" is destined to become a true collectible!
EIN has been very impressed with what has been achieved.'
CLICK HERE TO THE YouTube PROMO to find out more.
Click here to Good Music Store purchase. Only $15.95
(News, Source;ElvisInfoNet)

Wednesday 15 January 2020
New FTD February Releases: Two new FTD releases announce for release later next month.
1. 'Elvis In California' Double-soundboard. As part of the ongoing live on tour series, FTD is pleased to announce the release of 'Elvis In California'. Released as a 2-CD 5” digi-pak, this set features Elvis touring during May 1974.
Elvis' 10th tour was short, five concerts in California over four days the most famous being his two 'Forum of Inglewood' concerts on May 11, 1974. (As released on FTD 'Live in LA')
Elvis was in good form.  The San Bernadino local review of Elvis' first concert there included, "Above all Elvis Presley knows what the faithful want and he bowls them over with his style. That's why he was a sellout at the Swing last night, will be on Monday night when he returns, and sells out wherever he performs.
"I'm a cement mixer, baby," he snarls at the screamers, "a churning urn of burning funk." Believe it."
The shows, taken from the original soundboard tapes, feature unreleased concerts from Selland Arena, Fresno (May 12) and Swing Auditorium, San Bernadino (May 10 & 13).
The set-list is familiar early 1974 material including, Steamroller Blues, Help Me, Funny How Time Slips Away and Big Boss Man.
Go here for full tracklists

2. 'Love Letters From Elvis' special double-vinyl.  FTD Vinyl’s next release is the upgrade of 'Love Letters From Elvis' featuring plenty of outtakes and masters.
Recorded during the marathon sessions held in Nashville, June 4-8, 1970, the original LP became the last album of utilising songs recorded during that week.
This new 180-gram heavyweight vinyl edition mastered at Abbey Road in London.
Tracklist includes Cindy, Cindy takes 2, 3 (undubbed master), Rags To Riches – take 3, Love Letters – takes 1,3, It Ain’t No Big Thing (But It’s Growing) – takes 1,2 as well as If I Were You – takes 2-5 and Heart Of Rome – takes 2, 3 (undubbed master).

Unusually EIN notes that this release includes 7 master versions
Go here for full tracklist

 

(News, Source;FTD/ElvisInfoNet)



'Elvis Presley 1968' New Import: ELVIS ONE presents 'Elvis Presley 1968'. A collection of 23 recordings, including take 1 of 'U.S. Male', 'Stay Away' (take 1, slow version), 'Stay Away' (take 4, fast version), the hard to find backing track of 'A Little Less Conversation', some outtakes from the 1968 tv special, and many more. All these recordings are in very good sound and previously unreleased by Elvis' record company.
Including a booklet with photos and recording information.

Tracklist includes, Trouble / Guitar Man (takes 2 & 3), U.S. Male (take 1), Jam “The Prisoner’s Song”, Wonderful World (binaural, master), Edge Of Reality (binaural, master), A Little Less Conversation (dubdown to backing track)

(News, Source;ElvisInfoNet)

01. Trouble / Guitar Man (takes 2 & 3) 3:39
02. U.S. Male (take 1) 1:59
03. Jam “The Prisoner’s Song” 1:10
04. Stay Away (take 1, slow version) 1:20
05. Stay Away (take 4, fast version) 2:01
06. A Little Less Conversation (binaural, master take 16) 2:20
07. Goin’ Home (take 19) 1:57
08. Wonderful World (binaural, master take 17) 2:37
09. Edge Of Reality (binaural, master take 8) 3:56
10. Stay Away (guitar overdub, take 1) 2:16
11. Musicians Warming Up (instrumental) 1:37
12. Let Yourself Go (section 2, take 3) 1:16
13. Let Yourself Go (section 2, take 4) 1:18
14. Guitar Man (section 1 - Escape, takes 3 & 4) 1:32
15. Guitar Man (section 1 - Escape, takes 6, 7 & 8) 2:21
16. It Hurts Me (section 4 - Escape, take 3) 0:53
17. Stay Away (take 9) 2:20
18. Stay Away (take 10) 0:33
19. Stay Away (takes 12 & 13) 2:32
20. Stay Away (undubbed master, take 15) 2:35
Bonus tracks
21. Almost In Love (low key - track, take 4) 3:19
22. Almost In Love (high key - track, take 2) 3:16
23. A Little Less Conversation (dubdown to backing track) 2:20
All tracks previously unreleased by Elvis’ record company.

'Lonesome August Nights' New Import: To be released in the early February, Lonesome August Nights (SR Records) will focus on Elvis’ August 1972 Las Vegas season, featuring August 18 1972 dinner & midnight show AUDIENCE RECORDINGS, previously unreleased and taken directly from the original high-quality tapes.
The August 18 Midnight Show was previously released on vinyl format in the SR boxed edition of Not too Sweet, here for the first time will be released on CD format completely remastered.
The SR attitude is to present Elvis at the peak of his possibility and without any doubt Elvis’ second week in Vegas August season presents him at the top of his possibilities, delivering great shows. If Rock is an attitude, then the man has it. The performances are terrific, rough and sharp.
On August 18th on the backstage just before to go on the stage The Colonel informed Elvis that his Lawyer had delivered the application for a divorce on the Los Angeles Superior Court... Elvis's answer was a simple nod with the head and two unbelievable SHOWS.
Elvis at least at the begin seems to enjoy this newfound freedom delivering an unbelievable last great Las Vegas season.
Elvis sings and looks magnificent on the stage is iperactive and He performs all the songs to the maximum of his possibilities, presenting all the best of his repertoire from
the previous two years combined with the last 1972 new autobiografical song ranging in all musical genres as only he can do.
We are happy to be able to associate great performance with great audio quality in order to be able to obtain a result that you can enjoy too.
The ambiance tapes are both of very good quality, as you can appreciate both Elvis and the band and at the same time you can feel and live the live atmosphere of the intimate Las Vegas Showroom.
The shows has already said are great, we have some a few variations in the songs, this for sure make more interesting the listen of both the shows, See See Rider is back as opener song and the show now consist in a solid collection of great quality songs all well performed . Two new addictions at the repertoire : What Now My Love and My Way . Due to Elvis’ moment two sentimental&life songs no randomly chosen. However talking about best song we like to say that the rockin’ side is still present in Elvis and Polk Salad Annie never sounded better: both Elvis and the band are pushing strong with a great job of Jerry Cheff bass guitar.
This new SR special Product will be housed in a deluxe 300 grams single sleeve that includes together the 180 grams vinyl, two Bonus CD and bonus high glossy 300 grams 30x30 cm Art Card both sides printed.
All the copies will come with Glossy Sticker hand-numbered and individually sealed and Please remember!! This is a limited set of 400 COPIES.
(News, Source;ElvisInfoNet)
LP Recorded Live At Hilton Hotel , Las Vegas NV August 18th 1972 DS LP Time 54 min Previously Unreleased
Side A
01. 2001 Theme 02. See See Rider 03. Johnny B. Good 04. Until It’s Time For You To Go 05. You Don’t Have To Say You Love Me 06. You’ve Lost That Loving Feeling 07. Polk Salad Annie 08. What Now My Love 09. Fever 10. Love Me 11. Blue Suede Shoes 12. One Night
Side B
13. All Shook Up 14. Little Sister/Get Back 15. Heartbreak Hotel 16. Hound Dog 17. Love Me Tender 18. Suspicious minds 19. My Way 20. I’ll Remember You 21. A Big Hunk O’ Love 22. How Great Thou Art 23 Can’t Falling Love
Recorded Live At Hilton Hotel , Las Vegas NV August 18th 1972 DS
CD 1 Time 59,00 min. Previously Unreleased
01. 2001 Theme 02. See See Rider 03. Johnny B Goode 04.Until It’s Time For You To Go 05.You Don’t Have To Say You Love Me 06. You’ve Lost That Loving Feeling 07. Polk Salad Annie 08. What Now My Love 09. Fever 10. Love Me 11. Blue Suede Shoes 12. One Night 13. All Shook Up 14. Little Sister / Get Back 15. Heartbreak Hotel 16. Hound Dog 17. Love Me Tender 18. Suspicious Minds 19. Band Introductions 20. My Way 21. I’ll Remember You 22. A Big Hunk Of Love 23. How Great Thou Art 24. Can’t Help Falling In Love / Closing Vamp
Recorded Live At Hilton Hotel , Las Vegas NV August 18th 1972 MS
CD 2 Time 58,00 min. Previously Unreleased on Cd.
01.2001 Theme 02.See See Rider 03. Johnny B Goode 04. Never Been To Spain 05.Until It’s Time For You To Go 06. You Don’t Have To Say You Love Me 07. You Gave Me A Mountain 08. You’ve Lost That Loving Feeling 09. Polk Salad Annie 10. What Now My Love 11. Fever 12.Love Me 13. Blue Suede Shoes 14.Heartbreak Hotel 15.All Shook Up 16. Hound Dog 17. I’ll Remember You 18. Suspicious Minds 19. Band Introductions 20.My Way 21. A Big Hunk Of Love 22. An American Trilogy 23. Can’t Help Falling In Love
The 100 copies SPECIAL CD EDITION will contain the same two CDs included in the vinyl set.

Saturday 28 December 2019

'The Guitar Player Worth A Damn' - The King In Motion Vol. 4 (Venus Productions): Elvis' 1972 'On Tour' performances have been featured in multiple books as well as the official MGM movie / DVD. The latest Venus Productions multimedia set revisits this tour with a composite book, DVD and CD set.

The DVD promises a qualified revamp of "Elvis On Tour" compiled from hours of unreleased footage taken from the best sources available - while the CDs include the never-before-released Hampton Roads Afternoon Show from April 9, 1972 plus an unreleased alternate mix of Elvis' Greensboro April 14, 1972 concert.
The main feature is the 200 page hardcover book with loads of rare pictures of the On Tour performances.

EIN's Piers Beagley and Nigel Patterson recently explored this new release. What did they find? How does the book component compare to other Venus releases? What do the audio-visual elements offer?

Read Piers and Nigel's detailed review featuring plenty of example pages of 1972 Elvis 'On Tour' on-stage action.

(Review, Source: ElvisInformationNetwork)


Saturday 14 December 2019
'Elvis 42 Years Before & After' New Import: A future CD with an interesting theme. EIN believes it will be coming out of Europe.
... Elvis achieved many musical highs, however his career didn’t end at age 42 in 1977.
The first disc of this double Cd set brings you all the most important recordings and hits from his lifetime. From Elvis’ 1954 debut at the Sun label through to the 'Elvis In Concert' 1977 CBS TV special.
The second disc contains the stuff that has kept his name and legacy alive some 42 years after that fatal day in August 1977. From Felton Jarvis' 1980 Re-Recording session through to 2018 Where No One Stands Alone duet with Lisa-Marie Presley.
It is a journey through new songs, remakes and remixes, a live recording from Elvis The Concert World Tour and finally duets with well-known artists and his daughter Lisa Marie Presley.
EIN loves the "Sgt Pepper" cover image!
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CD 1 - 42 years Before
That’s All Right
Elvis’ debut at the Sun label 1954
I Forgot To Remember
First Billboard charting hit single 1955
Heartbreak Hotel
First US no. 1 hit 1956
Shake Rattle And Roll
First TV Show appearance – Stage Show 1956
Blue Suede Shoes
First album ever to sell a million copies 1956
Hound Dog
First double sided no. 1 single 1956
Don’t Be Cruel
The flip side 1956
Love Me Tender
The title song from Elvis’ first movie 1956
All Shook Up
Topped the Billboard Hot To 100, R&B & Country charts at the same time 1957
Jailhouse Rock
First Elvis single peaking at no. 1 on the charts in both the US & UK 1957
Santa Claus Is Back In Town
First Rock’n’Roll Christmas song 1957
It’s Now Or Never
Best selling Elvis single ever 1960
Can’t Help Falling In Love
Best selling Elvis movie soundtrack 1961
His Latest Flame
No. 1 single in the UK 1961
Return To Sender
Last movie song to top the charts 1962
Devil In Disguise
Last chart topper in the US & UK at the same time 1963
Viva Las Vegas
Most well know Elvis song… 1964
How Great Thou Art
Grammy Award winning 1966
One Night
Live from the TV Special – Elvis 1968
In The Ghetto
First political song recorded by Elvis 1969
Suspicious Minds
Comeback hit single and first no. 1 hit in 7 years 1969
Burning Love
Last no. 1 hit in the US
Always On My Mind
Not a hit for Elvis, but one of his best known 70’s Elvis songs 1972
American Trilogy
Live at Madison Square Garden 1972
Also Sprach Zarahustra / See See Rider
Live from the satellite transmitted TV Special - Aloha From Hawaii
Moody Blue
Last hit single 1977
Unchained Melody
Elvis live at the piano 1977
My Way
Live from the TV Special - Elvis In Concert 1977

CD 2 - 42 Years After
Guitar Man
Felton Jarvis Re-Recording 1980
Are You Lonesome Tonight
Laughing Version live 1969
Jailhouse Rock/Teddy Bear/Hound Dog/Don't Be Cruel/Burning Love/Suspicious Minds
The Elvis Medley with new backing 1982
My Baby Left Me
New backing from I Was The One album 1983
The Twelfth Of Never
Unreleased song with new overdubbed 1994
Don’t Cry Daddy
Duet with Lisa-Marie Presley 1997
The Wonder Of You
Elvis The Concert 1997
A Little Less Conversation
JXL Remix 2002
Bridge Over Troubled Water
Elvis The Concert 2002
Rubberneckin’
Paul Oakenfold Remix 2003
In The Ghetto
Duet with Lisa-Marie Presley 2007
If I Can Dream
Duet with Celine Dion 2007
Blue Christmas
Duet with Martina McBride 2008
If I Get Home On Christmas Day
New backing 2008
Burning Love
Viva Elvis Remix 2010
I Love You Because
Duet with Lisa-Marie Presley 2012
Fever
Duet with Michael Bublé - With Royal Philharmonic Orchestra 2015
Blue Suede Shoes
Duet with Cliff Richard 2016
I've Got A Thing About You Baby
With Royal Philharmonic Orchestra 2016
O Come All Ye Faithful
With Royal Philharmonic Orchestra 2017
Where No One Stands Alone
Duet with Lisa-Marie Presley 2018

 

 

 


'City Of Angels' New Import CD: From Audionics the publicity notes that their fantastic 'City Of Angels' book + 2CD set was first released in 2015 and it sold out immediately. In last couple of years we have had a lot of request for it, so we have decided to make a limited re-release, for those who missed it back then.
Both May 11, 1974, LA performances, audience recording of Afternoon show - plus soundboard recording of Evening show.
Our double CD is packaged in a nicely designed double cardboard sleeve. These two concerts never sounded better!
Our re-release is strictly limited to 150 units.
Out next week
The Evening Show was released by FTD see "Live in L.A" book

 


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Tracklist
CD.1 - 11 May 1974 2:30 PM
01. Introduction: Also Sprach Zarathustra
02. C. C. Rider
03. I Got A Woman / Amen
04. Love Me
05. Tryin' To Get To You
06. All Shook Up
07. (Let Me Be Your) Teddy Bear / Don't Be Cruel
08. Love Me Tender
09. You Can Have Her
10. Steamroller Blues
11. Hound Dog
12. Fever
13. Polk Salad Annie
14. Why Me Lord
15. Suspicious Minds
16. Introductions (singers, musicians, orchestra )
17. I Can't Stop Loving You
18. Help Me
19. An American Trilogy
20. Let Me Be There (with reprise)
21. Funny How Time Slips Away
22. Big Boss Man
23. Can't Help Falling In Love
24. Closing Vamp / Announcements

Taken from audience recorded cassette tape.

 

CD.2 - 11 May 1974 8:30 PM
01. Introduction: Also Sprach Zarathustra
02. C. C. Rider
03. I Got A Woman / Amen
04. Love Me (with reprise)
05. Trying To Get To You
06. All Shook Up
07. (Let Me Be Your) Teddy Bear / Don't Be Cruel
08. Love Me Tender
09. Steamroller Blues
10. Hound Dog
11. Fever
12. Polk Salad Annie
13. Why Me Lord (with reprise)
14. Suspicious Minds
15. Introductions (singers, musicians, orchestra )
16. I Can't Stop Loving You
17. Help Me
18. An American Trilogy
19. Let Me Be There (with reprise)
20. Funny How Time Slips Away (with false start)
21. Big Boss Man
22. Can't Help Falling In Love
23. Closing Vamp / Announcements
Bonus:
24. Robert plant talks about meeting Elvis
25. Big Boss Man
26. Can't Help Falling In Love
27. Closing Vamp / Announcements
Tracks 21-23 were recorded from soundboard on May 10th, 1974 in Swing Auditorium, San Bernardino, CA, 8:30 PM.
Tracks 25-27 were recorded from the audience on May 11th, 1974 8:30PM and they are used for historical reason.

Monday 2 December 2019

FTD November Releases OUT NOW: FTD's two new releases, perfect for Christmas are OUT NOW!
- 'The Elvis Is Back Sessions' New FTD Deluxe-Set: To celebrate its 60th Anniversary year, FTD is pleased to announce the release of “The ELVIS IS BACK Sessions”.
Hailed by many as Elvis’ finest recordings. For the first time, here are all the songs as recorded in sequence. Included are all the RCA outtakes and masters.
The release includes a deluxe 28-page booklet and sound carrier adorned with, beautiful portraits, rare photos, insightful essay, recording data and classic memorabilia.
Fans are sure to know what tracks were recorded at these crucial sessions - but what a treat to get the Complete Sessions plus new outakes from songs such as 'Make Me Know It' , 'Soldier Boy', "Mess Of Blues', 'Fame And Fortune' and 'Girl Of My Best Friend'.

Go to 'FTD/SONY CD News 2019' for the full tracklist
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- 'The Making of Viva Las Vegas' New FTD Book: Also published is the new 'deluxe' book announced by FTD, 'The Making of Viva Las Vegas' by David English and Pal Granlund.
This book is large Coffee-Table format, same size as previous FTD book/cd publication 'Elvis Presley A Boy From Tupelo' with a hard slip-case.
The ultimate in background story into how the fabulous musical starring Elvis Presley and Ann-Margret was created. This 400 page hardback book gives a fascinating and comprehensive insight from script to screen.
The book features, 250 newly discovered images, including wardrobe stills, memos, contracts and pages from director George Sidney's personal script, Soundtrack recording session documents, Memories from the cast and crew. The shooting schedule, filming dates and locations revealed for the first time. Exclusive Warner Brothers interview on the film restoration of Viva Las Vegas. Book includes a deluxe slip case
The audio on 3 cds: The first official release of the original soundtrack in mono. The original conceived 1963 studio album. Bonus songs from the soundtrack and newly discovered songwriters' demos.
CHECK OUT the promo video here
Go to FTD / SONY News for tracklisting and more info
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'The Elvis Presley Way' New Import: Petticoat records is back! (To be honest EIN didn't notice they went away!).
This time with a fantastic vinyl album full of late-sixties classics.
This high quality album (including bonus cd) featuring 14 rare and hard to find alternate versions of these classics is now available.
Great stuff: beautiful ballads as well as some great rockers!
And as always housed in a STUNNING full color sleeve suitable for framing!
This high quality vinyl pressing is now available in very limited GOLD or CLEAR vinyl.
Don't miss out on this ultimate holiday gift.



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VINYL Tracklisting:
SIDE A
A Little Less Conversation – unedited single master
Mine – take 4
Guitar Man – take 9
Let Yourself Go – take 6
We Call On Him – take 2
Just Call Me Lonesome – take 4
Too Much Monkey Business - take 10
SIDE B
You Don’t Know Me – take 2
Big Boss Man – take 9
Almost In Love – single master
Hi-Heel Sneakers – take 5
Edge Of Reality – take 3
Goin’ Home – take 29
U.S. Male – take 10

COMPACT DISC
A Little Less Conversation – unedited single master
Mine – take 4
Guitar Man – take 9
Let Yourself Go – take 6
We Call On Him – take 2
Just Call Me Lonesome – take 4
Too Much Monkey Business - take 10
You Don’t Know Me – take 2
Big Boss Man – take 9
Almost In Love – single master
Hi-Heel Sneakers – take 5
Edge Of Reality – take 3
Goin’ Home – take 29
U.S. Male – take 10

'California Ballads 60-68' New Import CD: Now available in the well-received "Ballads" series is "California Ballads".
As a follow up for “Hollywood Ballads” and after the great success of the previous releases "Nashville Ballads", "Memphis Ballads" & “Vegas Ballads” this is a compilation of some of his best California ballads.
Housed in a beautiful deluxe 6 panel digipack. Keep your "Ballads" series complete !!
Includes, Wild In The Country Take 11, Lonely Man Take 3, Island Of Love Take 8, Hawaiian Wedding Song Take 1, I’m Falling In Love Tonight take 4, Relax take 7, It Hurts Me 1968 master...

EIN NOTE: Scraping the bootleg barrel, EIN finds it very strange that Elvis collectors - who would surely be able to compile their own versions - would be tempted by these very straight forward productions.
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Wild In The Country – Take 11
Lonely Man – Take 3
Island Of Love – Take 8
Hawaiian Wedding Song – take 1
A Whistling Tune – stereo master
I’m Falling In Love Tonight – take 4
Relax – take 7
Anyone (Could Fall In Love Tonight) – alternate master
Cross My Heart, Hope To Die – take 11
Kismet – take 2
So Close, Yet So Far (From Paradise) – take 1
Beginner’s Luck – original album mix
Please Don’t Stop Loving Me – take 3
Sand Castles – take 1
This Is My Heaven – take 7
All That I Am – take 2
Suppose – long version
Almost In Love – vocal overdub
Let’s Forget About The Stars – vocal overdub
It Hurts Me – 1968 master

Thursday 28 November 2019

'American Sound 1969' Special RSD Vinyl: OUT TOMORROW Record Store Day special "BLACK FRIDAY 2019" release - 'Elvis Presley - American Sound 1969' gets a limited 4000 copies double-vinyl release.
... 1969 was a pivotal year for Elvis Presley. Fresh from the success of the '68 Comeback Special, a revitalized Elvis headed to American Sound Studios with producer Chips Moman and a crack group of local session musicians. From these sessions came From Elvis In Memphis, one of the most beloved LPs of his career, plus the seminal hits "Suspicious Minds" (his 18th and final No. 1 hit) and "In The Ghetto." American Sound Sessions 1969, available for the first time on vinyl, features rare and unreleased outtakes from these legendary sessions.
As an "Alternate Album" this looks quite delicious.
These RSD Exclusive titles are physically released only at indie record stores.
Event: BLACK FRIDAY - 29/11/2019
Label: Legacy - Quantity: 4000

SEE DETAILS & RSD links below

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'First In Line Vol. 2' New Import: Out now 'First In Line Vol.2' from MxF Records focusses on Elvis’ January & February 1974 Vegas season, featuring the midnight show January 30th and the evening show February 8th, 1974, both the shows previously unreleased and from the original AUDIENCE high-quality tape.
Elvis’ tolerance for Vegas has reached its limit in the previous august 1973 season so after the deserved rest of 5 months, Elvis is back in Las Vegas Hilton. According to the new contract, He will perform twice a year, but only two weeks at a time rather than the previous four. The repertoire was reduced compared to the previous season to 15/20 songs with three new additions: Help me, Spanish Eyes and the popular Let Me Be There. The choice of songs in the different shows varied little, but due the 9 days of the distance of the two shows here presented we have some a few variations in the songs, this for sure make more interesting the listen of both the shows.
Both the AUDIENCE tapes are of very good quality, as you can appreciate both Elvis and the band and at the same time you can feel and live the live atmosphere of the intimate Las Vegas Showroom.
In the first show closer to the opening of the season we still have the splendid You’ve Lost The Loving Feeling dropped 9 days later, with the inclusion of Sweet Caroline, the classic Johnny B. Good and the sentimental The First Time Ever I saw your Face.. longer show and slightly better in the audio quality and for this reason included in the LP.
This new MxF special Product will be housed in a deluxe 300 grams single sleeve that includes
together with the 150 grams vinyl, the two Bonus CDs and bonus high glossy 130 grams 60x30 cm Poster both sides printed.
Recorded Live At Hilton Hotel , Las Vegas NV February 08th 1974 MS
LP Time 51 min
Side A 26,39 min
01. See See Rider 02. I Got A Woman/Amen 03. Love Me
04. Tryin’ To Get To You 05. Sweet Caroline 06. Love Me Tender 07. Johnny B. Good 08. Hound Dog 09. Fever 10. Polk Salad Annie 11. Spanish Eyes
Side B 24,12 min
12. Why Me Lord?? 13. Suspicious minds 14. I Can’t Stop Loving You 15. Help Me 16.An American Trilogy 17. Let Me Be There 19. The First I Ever Saw Your Face
20. Can’t Falling Love
CD 1 - Recorded Live At Hilton Hotel , Las Vegas NV January 30th 1974 MS
CD Time 52,00 min.
01. See See Rider 03. I Got A Woman/Amen 03. Love Me
04. Tryin’ To Get To You 05. You’ve Lost That Loving Feeling 06. Love Me Tender 07. Blue Suede Shoes 08. Hound Dog 09. Fever 10. Polk Salad Annie 11. Killing Me Softly (Voice) 12. Spanish Eyes 13. Suspicious minds 14. Band Introduction 15. Blue Berry Hill / I Can’t Stop Loving You 16. Help me 17. An American Trilogy 18. Introduction of Tim McCarver 19. Let Me Be There 20. Can’t Falling Love 21. Closing Vamp
CD 2 - Recorded Live At Hilton Hotel , Las Vegas NV February 08th 1974 DS
CD Time 60,00 min.
01 2001 Theme 02. See See Rider 03. I Got A Woman/Amen 04 Love Me 05. Tryin’ To Get To You 06. Sweet Caroline 07. Love Me Tender 08. Johnny B. Good 09. Hound Dog 10. Fever 11. Polk Salad Annie 12. Killing Me Softly (Voice) 12. Spanish Eyes 13. Why Me Lord? 14. Suspicious Minds 15. Band Introduction 16. I Can’t Stop Loving You 17. Help Me 18. An American Trilogy 19. Let Me Be There 20. The First Time Ever I saw Your Face. 21. Can’t Help Me Falling Love .
The 100 copies SPECIAL CD EDITION will contain the same two CDs included in the vinyl set.

'Inside Elvis' Out Now: Available now is the new hardback book 'Inside Elvis' an "Elvis One / Rock Legends" publication. The 300 page book features Arjan Deelen's interviews with many of Elvis' musicians, including James Burton, Bob Lanning, Scotty Moore, Jim Murray, Jerry Scheff, D.J. Fontana, The Sweet Inspirations, The Holladay Sisters, Glen D. Hardin, Johnny Christopher, Charlie Hodge, Duke Bardwell, Sherril Nielsen and The Imperials. Some of these interviews first appeared in "Elvis - The Man and his Music". These in-depth, candid interviews are presented here in complete, unedited form.

Highlights include the first-ever interview with the elusive Bob Lanning, and a heartwarming conversation last year with Jim Murray, where Jim concluded the interview saying, "These are things that I've never told anybody before". There are many great stories and unique insights that will give you a deeper perspective of the man and his music.

This impressive work contains over 300 photographs from the collections of various high-profile collectors, and most of these are in color and razor-sharp. The artwork of the book was done by graphic artist Michael van Werven, who has worked during most of 2019 on the design of 'Inside Elvis', and has made it a visually stunning work.

Also included as an extra is a 29-track CD containing various rarities, including the acetate of 'Viva Las Vegas', rare live attempts at 'Crying Time', promos for both 'Love Me Tender' and 'Jailhouse Rock', as well as 'Heartbreak Hotel' and 'Hound Dog' from Elvis' show at the Cotton Bowl in Dallas, Texas on October 11th, 1956 (note: very poor audio), courtesy of longtime collector Luuk Bonthond, who had the recording since the 60s

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You can order 'Inside Elvis' directly from Arjan Deelen at: deelen@elvis.dk

Price for the book is EUR50. Postage to Europe is EUR20, rest of the world US$30.


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Monday 25 November 2019

'The ELVIS Movie' New STAR DVD: A new DVD from the STAR label, 'The ELVIS Movie' starring Kurt Russell but with the soundtrack of Elvis Presley!
It's the same story but the performances have made an incredible upgrade!
STAR keeps surprising fans worldwide, this time they have chosen something "risky" but they deliver once more!
They have replaced Ronnie McDowell's soundtrack with the only singer that should have been there in the first place ELVIS!
Lots more music is included and the whole film has a more modern touch then before and can now compete with blockbusters like "Walk the Line" and "Great Balls of Fire"
Rare live versions and outtakes were handpicked to find the best matching songs for the scenes.
Kurt Russell's lip-syncing looks much more natural and real then before, and how cool it is to hear the actual radio broadcast (Dewey Philips) from the time when "That's All Right" was first played on the air, or to hear "The Blackwood Brothers" at the funeral of Elvis his mother Gladys.
After 40 years the movie finally is ELVIS!
Factory Pressed Dual Layer DVD - Pal
Go HERE to YOUTube for a short preview


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Here is the amazing soundtrack:
Mystery Train
Good Rockin' Tonight
Old Shep
My Happiness
That's All Right
Blue Moon of Kentucky
Lawdy Miss Clawdy
Long Tall Sally
Heartbreak Hotel
Poor Boy
Rip It Up
Anyway You Want Me
Silent Night
I Got Stung
Peace in the Valley
Rock Of Ages
Tutti Frutti
Are You Lonesome Tonight?
How Great Thou Art
A Fool Such As I
Pledging My Love
Mine
Bosom of Abraham
Until It's Time for You to Go
Suspicious Minds
Separate Ways
Blue Suede Shoes
The Wonder of You
An American Trilogy
Bonustrack:
Such A Night

'Vegas Throat' new Import CD: The CMT label returns with an incredible follow up to last years "I'm Evil"
Elvis Presley - "Vegas Throat" (Live chronicles volume two)
Presented in a six panel digipack, limited to 500 copies, this one will be sold out before Christmas!
Every Elvis fan of course will know that this year marked the 50th anniversary of Elvis returning to the stage.
An amazing 11 disc boxset was released and although it is a must, it is most likely it will be played often because most shows are pretty much the same as the one before.
CMT/STAR have made an outstanding "Ultimate" release which includes ALL the songs (29 tracks!) in ONE performance!
Lots of time and effort went into the editing and it sounds like one complete show.
This is the one you will be playing over and over, this is why we are Elvis fans; to enjoy his music!
"Good evening ladies and gentlemen, this is my first live appearance in nine years. It is very dry in Las Vegas and singers have what they call a "Vegas Throat"
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Tracklisting:
Blue Suede Shoes - 08/22/69,Midnight Show
I Got A Woman - 08/22/69,Midnight Show
All Shook Up - 08/21/69,Midnight Show
Inherit the Wind - 08/26/69,Dinner Show
Rubberneckin' - 08/26/69,Midnight Show
I Can't Stop Loving You - 08/24/69,Dinner Show
Johnny B. Goode - 08/24/69,Dinner Show
Love Me Tender - 08/24/69,Dinner Show
Jailhouse Rock/Don't Be Cruel - 08/24/69,Dinner Show
Hound Dog - 08/22/69,Dinner Show
Heartbreak Hotel - 08/24/69,Dinner Show
Baby What Do You Want Me To Do - 08/24/69,Midnight Show
Loving You/Reconsider Baby - 08/23/69,Midnight Show
Surrender/Runaway - 08/21/69,Midnight Show
Funny How Time Slips Away - 08/22/69,Midnight Show
Are You Lonesome Tonight? - 08/21/69,Midnight Show
Words - 08/24/69,Midnight Show
Yesterday/Hey Jude - 08/24/69,Midnight Show (edit)
In The Ghetto - 08/25/69,Dinner Show
Memories - 08/22/69,Midnight Show
This is the Story - 08/26/69,Midnight Show
My Babe - 08/22/69,Midnight Show
Suspicious Minds - 08/26/69,Midnight Show (edit)
What'd I Say - 08/22/69,Dinner Show (edit)
Can't Help Falling in Love - 08/24/69,Dinner Show

'BACK-IN LIVING STEREO' New MRS OUT NOW: MRS have released their 6CD/100-page book 'BACK-IN LIVING STEREO' - NOW at your Elvis dealers.
The 6 CDs contain over 150 remastered tracks of the essential 1960- 1962 master recordings, plus rare alternate outtakes (including unreleased material) and all of the personal home recordings Elvis made during the 1960s.
All tracks have now been cleaned, repaired (there are too many to mention), and restored. The home recordings have now had the same mastering techniques as used so successfully on the recent MRS release Made in Germany.
The set also includes unreleased recordings - including one that will have the Elvis world ‘all shook up’, as well as a previously unreleased stereo version of a home recordings.
The 100 page book includes rare unpublished documents and photographs, supported by a comprehensive text discussing each of Elvis’ RCA studio (non-film) recording sessions held during 1960-62.
The six CDs focus on different sections of Elvis stunning early sixties career - as well as his personal musical inspirations and home recordings
CD1 – THE ESSENTIAL 1960 MASTERS - 'Make Me Know It' through to 'Working on the Building'
CD2 – THE ESSENTIAL 1961 - 1962 MASTERS - ' I'm Comin' Home' to 'She's Not You' (plus 2 bonus tracks)
CD3 – SELECTED ALTERNATE OUTTAKES 1960 – 1961 - 'Make Me Know It' to 'For the Millionth and Last Time ' alternate takes
CD4 – SELECTED ALTERNATE OUTTAKES 1961 – 1962 - '(Marie's the Name) His Latest Flame' to 'She's Not You' plus plus unreleased extras including 'Goin’ Home' outakes
CD5 – THE COMPLETE 1960’S HOME RECORDINGS
CD6 – THE 1966 HOME RECORDINGS

Click HERE for MORE Sneak Previews - at 'All The CD News' .
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'Love My Teddy Bear Tender' New Import CD: Live at the International Hotel, Las Vegas, NV, September 3rd, 1971, the AUDIENCE recorded Dinner show. While some of Elvis import labels are just re-releasing previously issued and repackaged stuff, the always reliable E. P. Collector label is always looking for something new to release. We are always reaching out to people in order to find new material, and if it's interesting, we will purchase it, even if the sound is not studio perfect. In recent months we were in touch with a couple of fans who recorded a number of interesting concerts, which now enables us to release two more surprises.
The first new release is titled 'Love My Teddy Bear Tender' (EPC 2019-22) and it brings us the Las Vegas, September 3rd, 1971 Dinner show. You'll have to forgive us for the somewhat clumsy title, but maybe you'll understand when we tell you that it contains a sensational concert rarity! During this concert, he sings "Love Me Tender" to the tune of "Teddy Bear"!! He only did this once, during this concert, and now for the first time you can hear this amazing discovery!!! Who would think that we would still be getting surprises like this in 2019?!
Concert recordings from '71 are hard to come by these days, especially unreleased ones. During this season, Elvis was on fire, and his setlist was varied and strong. Near the end of the engagement, his shows were a bit looser, and this one is a real delight. This concert recording is a completely new show, even for the hardcore fans. The audio was mastered from an original audience recorded cassette tape. Digipack with a press review and a collection of images taken in Las Vegas, NV, in August /September 1971.
Tracklist: 01. Orchestra Intro - 02. Also Sprach Zarathustra (2001 Theme) - 03. That’s All Right - 04. I Got A Woman - 05. Proud Mary - 06. Sweet Caroline - 07. Polk Salad Annie - 08. Instrumental Intermezzo - 09. Johnny B. Goode - 10. It's Impossible (with false start) - 11. Love Me - 12. Medley: Blue Suede Shoes / Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On - 13. Heartbreak Hotel - 14. Love Me Tender sung to Teddy Bear tune - 15. Medley: Teddy Bear / Don't Be Cruel - 16. Hound Dog - 17. Suspicious Minds - 18. Band Introductions - 19. I'm Leavin' - 20. Lawdy Miss Clawdy - 21. Can't Help Falling In Love (with false start) - 22. Closing Vamp.

'Knoxville Knockout' New Import CD: Live at the UOT Stokely Arena, Knoxville, TN, April 8, 1972 AUDIENCE recorded Evening show. EP's second new CD is titled 'Knoxville Knockout' (EPC 2019-23).
Just as our first release, the Knoxville, TN, April 8, 1972 8:30 pm evening show is previously unreleased and moreover, it is completely a new show for all Elvis die-hard fans: again, never before in circulation, in any form! Interestingly enough, RCA was there to record, but their tape recorder malfunctioned. Now you can finally hear what RCA tried to record!!
This concert is taken from a recently discovered original audience recorded cassette tape. Unfortunately, "An American Trilogy" is incomplete, and it is possible that there's is one song missing, just before the "Can't Help Falling In Love" finale.
As we've come to expect from the April '72 shows, Elvis is in excellent form. And what a rare treat to finally get an audience recorded tape from this highly regarded tour! Elvis is firing on all cylinders. He knocks "How Great Thou Art" out of the ballpark. Wow, just wow!!
Packaged in a nicely designed digipack with excerpts from a local press review and a collection of images taken on tour in April, 1972, including a couple of real, very rare Knoxville show shots.
01. Also Sprach Zarathustra (2001 Theme) - 02. C. C. Rider - 03. Proud Mary - 04. Never Been To Spain - 05. You Gave Me A Mountain - 06. Until It's Time For You To Go - 07. Polk Salad Annie - 08. Love Me - 09. All Shook Up - 10. Medley: Teddy Bear / Don't Be Cruel - 11. Hound Dog - 12. Love Me Tender (with break) - 13. How Great Thou Art - 14. I Can't Stop Loving You (with reprise) - 15. For The Good Times - 16. Suspicious Minds - 17. Band Introductions - 18. An American Trilogy (incomplete) - 19. Can't Help Falling In Love - 20. Closing Vamp.

'You're Driving Me Crazy' MRS Vinyl Promo: MRS have now released  'You're Driving Me Crazy'  (Anita Wood calls Elvis Presley) a one-sided vinyl 'Promo LP Track' to help advertise their new 6CD/Book combo 'Elvis: Back In Living Stereo'. This is surely one of the strangest Elvis collectable's ever to be released.
It features a 25 minute phone conversation between Anita Wood and Elvis that she recorded in 1961 when she was becoming suspicious of Elvis not being faithful to her.
Worth noting is that because it is a phone conversation recorded in 1961 the audio quality is terrible.
More importantly in this new "Me Too" era Elvis comes off as arrogant, angry and not the charming man all his fans want him to be.
Anita Wood has since stated that she wished she had never made the phone call and it is interesting that in the low-tech early 60s she had decided to record the conversation. You can feel that she was setting Elvis up as she keeps on pushing him for better answers to tricky questions.
What Anita Wood hoped to prove (or record) I have no idea.
Most people at some time or another wish they hadn't said such stupid things to their friends / partners and this feels like such a private conversation I doubt if fans would ever want to listen to it more than once.
Whether this private phone conversation should ever have been released is a debatable point. My personal feeling is that it will be sad interruption in the otherwise glorious up-coming MRS box-set of Elvis' early 60s recordings.
However there is no doubt that this vinyl promo release will become a real Elvis collectable.
You can hear more discussion about this new track in the most recent 'Elvis Express' radio show.
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'Elvis: From Hollywood To Nashville' MRS Vinyl review: Released just in time for my birthday MRS has put out a limited edition vinyl compilation 'Elvis: From Hollywood To Nashville - The Essential 1957-58 Studio Masters'.
Featuring a delicious selection of Elvis' studio work from 1957 until he he got "drafted & shafted" in 1958, this album basically features all his studio recordings - except for the movie soundtracks and the ubiquitous Christmas album.

From 'All Shook Up' to 'I Got Stung' Elvis was riding a creative peak.

With a limited pressing of 1,000 copies, 400 in Clear Vinyl and 600 in Black vinyl this is a treat.

EIN grabbed a copy and played it loud - go here for our review.

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