Elvis Aron Presley Box Limited 55-80 Rca Records 1980 Issue + Live Lps & CD Set

Elvis Aron Presley Box Limited 55-80 Rca Records 1980 Issue + Live Lps & CD Set

Elvis Aron Presley Box Limited 55-80 Rca Records 1980 Issue + Live Lps & CD Set


The ultimate record -- the way music was meant to be heard and of superior quality for any Audiophile. Was an 8 LP box set released in 1980 to commemorate the 25th anniversary of his recording debut.

Many of these tracks have now been re-released a number of times but in 1980 they were unique. This set was issued in CD form in the early 1990s but has long been out of print. Side one of the first disc is an early live performance recorded at the New Frontier Hotel in Las Vegas in the spring of 1956. It is a short thirteen minute concert but Elvis rocks throughout. These are not the throwaway songs they would become in the 1970s but rather find a young, vibrant Elvis at his rock n roll best. Side two is a thirteen minute monologue recorded on the set of one of his movies. It is interesting to hear once but thats about it. This 15 song set featured fourteen of Elvis early hits plus a stirring rendition of Swing Low Sweet Chariot. From the opening Heartbreak Hotel and All Shook Up to the closing Hound Dog, he is found at the top of his game.

Fontana, Boots Randolph, Floyd Cramer, Bobby Moore and Hank Garland comprised his crack band at the time. The third disc is entitled Collectors Gold From The Movie Years. It is basically alternate versions of previously released songs from his films. It really does not matter if this is take 16 of Wild In The Country or take 4 of A Dogs Life, most of the songs sound the same as the originally released versions and this disc is best skipped. Disc four contains songs from Elvis 1968, 1973 and 1977 TV specials.

All of the tracks had been released prior to 1980 and here they are removed from their television and concert contexts. Its nice to hear Blue Christmas, Lawdy Miss Clawdy/Baby What You Want Me To Do and You Gave Me A Mountain again but it not necessary. The fifth disc contained ten songs from various Las Vegas concerts.

While the songs are familiar, these particular performances had never been released. Kentucky Rain and An American Trilogy are both excellent. Polk Salad Annie is always a welcome performance by Elvis. Little Sister/Get Back feature Elvis on guitar. All in all this was an enjoyable disc.

The sixth disc purports to contain lost singles. Such songs as Softly, As I Leave You, Fool, The First Time Ever I Saw You Face and America The Beautiful may not have been big hits and may be enjoyable but they were never truly lost. Side one of disc seven would contain four songs under the title; Elvis At The Piano. Three of the songs were taken from the. Album but the fourth; Beyond The Reef was a rare unreleased Elvis studio track and is excellent.

Side two was an unreleased performance from 1975. These last years were not kind to Elvis and the renditions of Love Me Tender, All Shook Up, Love Me and more are inferior. It is sad to compare these versions to those of the first two discs in this set. Disc eight takes the 1975 concert to its conclusion with nice renditions of T-R-O-U-B-L-E and Why Me Lord. The hits Burning Love and The Wonder of You find Elvis in fine form. The album concludes with a seemingly random selection of various songs from all parts of Elvis career. How Great Thou Art is the original version and is always worth a listen. However, we really dont need to hear Little Darlin again. Was a prototype Elvis Presley post death release.

Songs would be moved around and alternate and live tracks would surface. It would quickly become apparent that there was no treasure trove of unreleased studio material. It has now been DECADES since Elvis Presleys death and his music continues to sell. Elvis Presley certainly left an indelible mark on music but all the more so on American culture. ADDITIONAL BONUS SEALED ELVIS LIVE LIMITED EDITION VINYL & CD'S.

Elvis Presley Recorded Live On Stage In Memphis 40TH ANNIVERSARY 180 GRAM LIMITED EDITION Import 4LP SET + WE ARE ADDING A SEALED CD OF THIS EDITION. 40th Anniversary 4LP Legacy Edition! Contains Previously Unreleased Tracks and Test Run!

Includes 16-Page Booklet Featuring Rare Photos, Previously Unseen Memorabilia, and more! When originally released as a single LP, Elvis Recorded Live On Stage In Memphis reached #1 on the Country charts and featured "How Great Thou Art, " the track that would bring Elvis his third Grammy win.

This luxury quadruple vinyl reissue contains a previously unreleased "Test Run" of the entire show recorded with a live audience at the Richmond Coliseum a few days before the legendary concert. The remarkable "test run" performance was recorded in MONO, drenched in the reverb Elvis preferred, and provides new insight into the magic of Elvis.

As a special added bonus for Elvis aficionados, Music On Vinyl has included five intimate tracks (three of them previously unreleased) cut at the RCA Studios in Hollywood on August 16, 1974. Originally intended as reference recordings for an upcoming Las Vegas engagement, the performances-which include "Down In The Alley, " "Good Time Charlie's Got The Blues, " "Softly As I Leave You, " "The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face" and "The Twelfth Of Never" - provide a rare fly-on-the-wall glimpse into Elvis' consummate backstage artistry as he prepares these songs for concert. Elvis Recorded Live On Stage In Memphis will include a 16 page booklet featuring rare photos, previously unseen memorabilia, new liner notes, press clips and more.

Precise, professional, and deadly, a testament to the Presley team being a well-oiled machine... Far from being just another Elvis live record, Recorded Live on Stage in Memphis is a little bit of dynamite, proof that on a good night in 1974, Elvis was still as good as rock & roll got. Stephen Thomas Erlewine Features: 40th Anniversary Edition 180g Audiophile Vinyl 4LP Set 16-page booklet featuring rare photos, previously unseen memorabilia, new liner notes, press clips and more 3-fold gatefold sleeve Remastered audio Import Selections: Elvis Recorded Live On Stage In Memphis LP 1 - Side 1: 1.

Also Sprach Zarathustra (Theme From 2001: A Space Odyssey) 2. Medley: I Got A Woman / Amen 4. Trying To Get To You 6. Steamroller Blues LP 1 - Side 2: 1. Medley: (Let Me Be Your) Teddy Bear / Don't Be Cruel 2.

Medley: Long Tall Sally / Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On / Your Mama Don't Dance / Flip Flop and Fly / Jailhouse Rock / Hound Dog 4. Why Me Lord LP 2 - Side 3: 1.

How Great Thou Art 2. Medley: Blueberry Hill / I Can't Stop Loving You 5. Help Me LP 2 - Side 4: 1. Let Me Be There 3. My Baby Left Me 4.

Funny How Times Slips Away 6. Can't Help Falling In Love 7. Closing Vamp Recorded Live At The Coliseum, Richmond, March 18, 1974 LP 3 - Side 5: 1.

Steamroller Blues LP 3 - Side 6: 1. Why Me Lord LP 4 - Side 7: 1.

I Can't Stop Loving You 4. Let Me Be There 7. Funny How Times Slips Away LP 4 - Side 8: 1. Can't Help Falling In Love 2.

Closing Vamp The August 1974 RCA Rehearsal 3. Down In The Alley (Rehearsal take) 4.

Good Time Charlie's Got The Blues (Rehearsal take) 5. Softly As I Leave You (Rehearsal take) 6. The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face (Rehearsal take) 7. The Twelth Of Never (Rehearsal take). ELVIS PRESLEY AS RECORDED AT MADISON SQUARE GARDENS 180 GRAM LIMITED 40TH ANNIVERSARY EDITION IMPORT 2LP. 180 Gram Audiophile Vinyl Pressing! Original Historic Concert Newly Remastered Now On 2 LPs! Sourced from the Original Master Tapes! The live album'As Recorded at Madison Square Garden' was originally released in June 1972, just one week after the concert took place at the Madison Square Garden arena in New York City. This show was Presley's first live concert in the Big Apple since the 1950s. Many musicians attended one of his shows most notably amongst them George Harrison, Art Garfunkel, David Bowie, all the members of both Ten Years After and Led Zeppelin, Paul Simon and Bob Dylan. Features: Exclusively Remastered 180 Gram Audiophile Vinyl Pressing 40th Anniversary Original Historic Concert Newly Remastered Now On 2LPs Sourced from the Original Master Tapes Insert 6mm Sleeve Import Selections: LP1 - Side 1: 1. Introduction: Also sprach Zarathustra (Theme from 2001: A Space Odyssey) 2. That's All Right 3. Never Been To Spain 5.

You Don't Have To Say You Love Me 6. You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin' LP1 - Side 2: 1. Medley: (Let Me Be Your) Teddy Bear / Don't Be Cruel 6.

Love Me Tender LP2 - Side 3: 1. The Impossible Dream (The Quest) 2.

For the Good Times LP2 - Side 4: 1. Funny How Time Slips Away 3. Can't Help Falling In Love 5.

Elvis Presley Elvis NBC TV Special'68 Comeback 180 GRAM LIMITED EDITION LP. 180g Audiophile Vinyl Mastered by Friday Music's Joe Reagoso! Elvis Aaron Presley was born during the Great Depression into a poor family in Mississippi. They moved to Memphis during the early fifties, and as a struggling young truck driver, he cut some demos at Sun Studios as a gift for his beloved mother Gladys.

The folks at RCA Victor knew that this young fellow named Elvis was destined for superstardom. Over the next three decades, Elvis Presley would release dozens of hit albums and tons of smash singles, spend time in the Army, star in over 35 top charting films, as well as sell out concert tours around the states and Canada making him the most successful solo artist of all time. In 1968, after a series of very successful movies and top charting recordings, Elvis made a wise decision to work with the folks at NBC and develop a Christmas TV special, which would have The King perform in front of a live studio audience for the first time in years. This legendary career move spread like wildfire and soon was hailed as The Comeback, further igniting his career to an all new high. The King took his shows to the theatres and casinos and super massive stadium tours over the next number of years, while releasing a plethora of even more gold and platinum recordings With the soundtrack album nearing release, it was already gaining popularity in advance thanks to the chart single smash If I Can Dream.

This masterwork album included a treasure trove of rare television studio performances that captured a very great time in the musical history of this genius. In addition to the wonderful hit single aforementioned, The King reaches back to his early Memphis days with his first chart topper Heartbreak Hotel and more fifties classics like Lawdy Miss Clawdy, All Shook Up and even a pair of Jimmy Reed blues classics with Big Boss Man and Baby, What You Want Me to Do. Even more hit tracks and sensational medleys featuring Elvis classics abound including Guitar Man, Blue Christmas, Love Me Tender and Cant Help Falling in Love. Plus the beautiful ballad Memories is also included which has since become an Elvis fan favorite thanks to the wonderful production on this brilliant album.

Initially pressed on vinyl, this amazing album has been out of print on vinyl for several decades. In honor of the Man, the Music, the Legend, the King of Rock and Roll, Friday Music is very proud and honored to announce the 45th Anniversary Limited Edition 180 Gram Audiophile Vinyl release of the RCA Records classic Elvis - TV Special by Elvis Presley. As Firday Msuic further continues their exciting Elvis Presley 180 Gram Audiophile Vinyl Series, they proudly present this masterwork in all its high fidelity glory. Mastered impeccably by Joe Reagoso at Friday Music Studios and manufactured at R. Elvis - TV Special will be a much anticipated audiophile vinyl dream release for Elvis fans everywhere.

For this exclusive 45th Anniversary Edition , Friday Music includes a first time beautifully pressed 180 Gram vinyl LP and limited gatefold album artwork which includes the original stunning LP cover graphics. Also enclosed is a poly lined inner sleeve to help keep your limited edition Elvis - TV Special vinyl album in mint shape.

A history making album from an historic legend, a soundtrack essential... From your friends at Friday Music. Features: Limited Edition 180g Audiophile Vinyl Mastered by Joe Reagoso at Friday Music Studios Pressed at RTI!

Gatefold jacket including the original LP cover graphics Poly lined inner sleeve Selections: Side 1: 1. Trouble / Guitar Man 2. Lawdy, Miss Clawdy / Baby What You Want Me To Do / Dialogue / Medley: Heartbreak Hotel; Hound Dog; All Shook Up / Can't Help Falling in Love / Jailhouse Rock / Dialogue / Love Me Tender Side 2: 1. Dialogue / Where Could I Go But to the Lord / Up Above My Head / Saved 2. Dialogue / Blue Christmas / Dialogue / One Night 3.

Medley: Nothingville; Dialogue; Big Boss Man; Guitar Man; Little Egypt; Trouble; Guitar Man. Elvis Presley If I Can Dream: Elvis Presley With The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra 180 GRAM LIMITED EDITION 2 LP SET + SEALED CD. A new compilation will attempt to prove that Elvis Presley was more than just the King of Rock & Roll. The album, If I Can Dream: Elvis Presley With the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra (out this fall), pairs one of the most recognizable voices of the past half-century with classical arrangements that don't so much overtake the original versions that fans hold near and dear as sweeten them.

Fourteen of Elvis Presley's greatest vocal performances will be paired with new orchestral accompaniment on an upcoming collection titled If I Can Dream: Elvis Presley With the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra. On the LP, classic tracks like "Love Me Tender" and "Can't Help Falling In Love" will boast new arrangements courtesy of the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, which recorded their performance at London's Abbey Road Studios. The album, the latest addition to the ongoing celebration of what would have been Presley's 80th birthday in 2015, arrives on October 30th. Produced by Don Reedman (Hooked On Classics) and Nick Patrick.

Selections: LP 1 Side 1. It's Now Or Never. And The Grass Won't Pay No Mind. You've Lost That Loving Feeling. Can't Help Falling In Love.

Elvis Presley Live At The International Hotel, Las Vegas, Nevada August 26, 1969 2 LP SET. 50th Anniversary Of Las Vegas Concert On Double LP! "I was missing the contact with a live audience, ". Elvis says in this show, and at every show during his first engagement at The International Hotel in Las Vegas.

Apart from two shows in 1961 and the recent TV show, Elvis hadn't performed on stage for 11 years. After years of increasingly worse movies and diminishing record sales, Elvis had just managed to turn his career around with his 1968 TV special.

The show had aired on December 3, 1968, and it was a surprising reminder to the world of just how magnetic a performer Elvis Presley still was. Just weeks later Elvis recorded more than 30 songs in Memphis, some of the best work of his career, and the return to live performances on July 31, 1969 was the third step of his resurrection as an artist. The New York Times wrote. Elvis Presley came to this place and provided an unbelievable exercise in pure, exciting rock'n' roll. There was a wild, almost manic, energy to the performances, displaying a burning desire from Elvis and his band to show the full potential of their abilities. This show demonstrates all the charm and charisma of Elvis and his great, new band, combining repertoire of mainly blues-tinged rock'n' roll, with a few beautiful ballads and his two, new, hit singles, "In The Ghetto" and Suspicious Minds. Recorded at the 2,000-seater showroom of the International, the intimate setting also gave Elvis the opportunity to talk to his audience, cracking jokes and telling a 10 minute story of his career, giving a rare insight to an otherwise very private man. It's everything you'd want: Elvis and a crackerjack ensemble tearing through the hits (I'm particularly taken by his'Hound Dog'/'Don't Be Cruel' medley) and some choice cover tunes (another great medley is his combo of'Yesterday' and'Hey Jude'). And the midnight shows were the ones where Elvis was at his most playful. The infamous version of'Are You Lonesome Tonight? Where he breaks out laughing is from this show, and throughout he gets bawdy and goofy, messing with the lyrics of his most familiar songs and toying with the audience. His obvious joy is infectious. 50th Anniversary of August 26, 1969 Performance. Jailhouse Rock/Don't Be Cruel. I Can't Stop Loving You. Baby, What You Want Me To Do. All tracks previously unreleased except. Recorded live at The International Hotel, Las Vegas, August 26, 1969 (Midnight show). ELVIS - SCOTTY MOORE - BILL BLACK - LIVE AT EAGLE'S HALL MARCH 1955 HOUSTON TEXAS VERY RARE ISSUE FOR COLLECTORS. RARE LIMITED EDITION WITH ADDITIONAL PICTURE BOOKLET. NARRATION BY BILL HEFFERMAN & BILL COLLIE. THERE'S LET'S PLAY HOUSE. THERE'S GOOD ROCKIN TONITE.


(1997/OUTWEST) Digipac with 12 page booklet & Picture CD incl. 5 live recordings, interviews and rare photos. Baby, Let's Play House. Check out Mymusicfix for additional Audiophile Vinyl by hitting ME OR the Mymusicfix STORE tab. Mymusicfix has been told we have the best collection of Rare, Out of Print music collectibles on E-Bay. OUT OF PRINT PRODUCT is IRREPLACEABLE and therefore NOT RETURNABLE. (Ireland, Scotland, England, Wales), SOUTH AMERICAN COUNTRIES, PHILIPPINES, SRI LANKA, QATAR, ISRAEL, RUSSIA, MALTA OR MEXICO. International Buyers are responsible for their countrys. The item "ELVIS ARON PRESLEY BOX LIMITED 55-80 RCA RECORDS 1980 ISSUE + LIVE LPS & CD SET" is in sale since Tuesday, October 13, 2009. This item is in the category "Music\Records". The seller is "mymusicfix2" and is located in Lake Forest, California. This item can be shipped worldwide.

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