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  • Presley Elvis - Blue Hawaii (Ultra HD Blu-ray & Blu-ray) (Blu-Ray)

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    VIHDOINKIN MYÖS BLU-RAYNÄ!

    Blue Hawaii is a 1961 American musical romantic comedy-drama film directed by Norman Taurog and starring Elvis Presley. The screenplay by Hal Kanter was nominated by the Writers Guild of America in 1962 in the category of Best Written American Musical.

    The film opened at number two in box office receipts for that week and, despite mixed reviews from critics, finished as the 10th top-grossing film of 1961 and 14th for 1962 on the Variety national box office survey, earning $5 million. The film won a fourth place prize Laurel Award in the category of Top Musical of 1961.

    Language: Deutsch, Englisch, Französisch, Spanisch
    Sound Format: Dolby Digital 2.0 mono
    Picture: Widescreen
    Subtitles: Deutsch, Englisch, Französisch, Spanisch
    Specials: Kommentar von Historiker James L. Neibaur; Blue Hawaii Fotoalbum

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  • Presley Elvis - 1956 BOOK + CD (Kirjat)

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    Elvis’ most important songs from 1956 on 1 CD packaged together with a deluxe 88-page hardback book by renowned music critic Peter Guralnick, the world’s No1 authority on Elvis Presley.
    In this impressive 88-page book, renowned music critic, author, screenwriter, and Elvis Presley authority Peter Guralnick explores Elvis’ records and experiences from 1956 in great detail. Guralnick explains why it was such a ground-breaking year in the career of the iconic rock & roll star.

    Born in Boston, Massachusetts in 1943, Guralnick specializes in the history of early rock and roll and is the author of a classic two-volume biography of Elvis Presley, ’Last Train to Memphis: The Rise of Elvis Presley’, followed by ’Careless Love: The Unmaking of Elvis Presley’.

    This book is fully illustrated with rare and never before published photos, including numerous classic shots of Elvis by photographer Alfred Wertheimer.

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  • Presley Elvis - SOLD OUT! The Rex Martin 8mm Collection Vol. 18 (2xDVD Set) (DVD)

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    PAL, Code 0, 16:9, Runnin Time: approx. 2:40 hrs

    Wintertime is nearing, and the temperature is dropping. But fortunately, there’s always “Sold Out” to keep us all warm. And the new volume # 18 is once again chock-full of footage that will get your temperature risin’!

    The joy of seeing Elvis live in concert is something that most of us never got to experience, but this remarkable series takes you back to the concert years with rare & unreleased 8mm films that put you right in the audience. With the highly collectable “Sold Out” series, fans are getting the definitive collection of Elvis on 8mm in a comprehensive and entertaining way, presented in gorgeous digipacks with relevant photos and liner-notes by Elvis’ musicians and fans who filmed the shows. To own, and to enjoy always.

    Pyramid has already released 50 hours of footage, and this new volume contains three more hours, this time focusing on the period 1973 – 1976. There are so many cool and delightful moments, that it’s hard to pick them all out. ‘Steamroller Blues’ is one of the hottest versions ever, with Elvis striking a kick-ass karate pose right from the get-go, and a fan getting so excited that she virtually assaults him! Or another clip where Elvis looks with amazement as he asks the houselights to be turned up, and then commenting: “It’s a long way from Ellis Auditorium in Memphis, J.D.”, no doubt referring to the gospel shows that he attended as a youngster. There’s also various memorable moments in the ’75 footage, including a powerful version of ‘You Gave Me A Mountain’ with different phrasing.

    The clips on this volume are long, and really give you the feel of being there at an Elvis show. There’s close-up footage from 1976 with Elvis in solid form. At one point he curls those famous lips, and he jokingly says that it’s like, “I have a fish hook in my mouth!”. This volume also documents the brief revival in late ’76, with Elvis looking slimmer and sounding really good. ‘Hurt’ is one of the highlights and cuts through the air like a razorblade!

    Pyramid takes pride in presenting these 8mm films as they were originally filmed, with the restoration focusing on respecting the history of these remarkable films, and not altering it. No edits, no cuts, no manipulations…. Just the real deal: the be-all, end-all record of the 8mm footage filmed during the concert years. From the great highs to the sad lows… it’s all there, and it’s all Elvis. This series shows without any doubt why he will always be the greatest performer ever; the man was born to sing.

    Bring some sunshine to your home with the new “Sold Out”, and order your copy today from your Us!

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  • Presley Elvis - Elvis Aron Presley 8LP Box Set (Käytetty LP/12)

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    Upea boxi! Mukana kirjanen! Numeroitu! Numero 12105
    Notes
    Record 1: (Unreleased) The ”Venus Room” Of The New Frontier Hotel – Las Vegas, Nevada – April 24 – May 6, 1956

    Record 2: (Unreleased) U.S.S. Arizona Memorial benefit concert – Honolulu, Hawaii, March 25, 1961 (In the Bloch Arena, Pearl Harbor)

    Record 3: Unreleased

    Record 4: Elvis, NBC-TV, December 3, 1968
    Aloha from Hawaii, NBC-TV, January 14, 1973 (Live via satellite): April 4, 1973 (USA)
    Elvis in concert, CBS-TV, October 3, 1977

    Record 5: Unreleased

    Record 7: (Side Two Unreleased) Elvis in concert 1975

    Record 8: (Unreleased) Elvis in concert 1975

    Limited to 100,00 numbered editions, this set includes a 12″ x 12″ gatefold booklet of Elvis photographs.

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  • Presley Elvis - The Alternate Aloha (Käytetty LP/12)

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    The Unreleased dress rehearsal of the most watched TV special of All time. Recorded Live at the Honolulu international center Friday, January 12th, 1973.

    NYT JO HARVINAINEN VINYYLI! 

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  • Presley Elvis - Las Vegas International Presents Elvis – Now 1971 (2LP, Ltd Clear) (LP)

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    UK Memphis Recording Service will release its vinyl 180-gram 2LP version of ‘LAS VEGAS INTERNATIONAL PRESENTS ELVIS – NOW 1971’ on 25th November 2022.

    Live performances are 28th January (Midnight) and the closing show 23rd February 1971 from Elvis’ engagement at the Las Vegas International Hotel. The 2LP’s also contain bonus tracks.

    This is a Limited Edition sets and will be available in both Black and Clear vinyl.

    Please note, the clear vinyl is ONLY available from Elvis fan clubs and exclusive Elvis dealers and WILL NOT be available to the mainstream public and stores.

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  • Presley Elvis - Las Vegas International Presents Elvis – Now 1971 (2LP) (LP)

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    UK Memphis Recording Service will release its vinyl 180-gram 2LP version of ‘LAS VEGAS INTERNATIONAL PRESENTS ELVIS – NOW 1971’ on 25th November 2022.

    Live performances are 28th January (Midnight) and the closing show 23rd February 1971 from Elvis’ engagement at the Las Vegas International Hotel. The 2LP’s also contain bonus tracks.

    This is a Limited Edition sets and will be available in both Black and Clear vinyl.

    Please note, the clear vinyl is ONLY available from Elvis fan clubs and exclusive Elvis dealers and WILL NOT be available to the mainstream public and stores.

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  • Presley Elvis - Chicago Beat (Käytetty CD)

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    Recording Type: Live Soundboard
    Location: Chicago , Illinois
    Date: October 14 – 1976. ES.

    CD contained in a side-opening cardboard sleeve
    Title printed on CD is ”Chicago ’76”

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  • Presley Elvis - Goodbye Memphis (2CD) (Käytetty CD)

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    Memphis Tennessee, July 5, 1976.

    Soundboard Recordings

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  • Presley Elvis - Burning In Birmingham (Käytetty CD)

    25,00

    Original CD!! Not Cdr

    December 29, 1976 8:30PM
    Live Soundboard Recording

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  • Presley Elvis - Double Dynamite 2CD (Live 1970) (Käytetty CD)

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    This nicely designed two CD set (all photos derive from August’70) presents a full Vegas evening in Elvis land, with both the dinner and midnight shows from Wednesday, 19 Aug’70.

    Right off the bat two things must be said: one, these are sourced from very good stereo, audience-recorded tapes and two, Elvis’ singing is absolutely brilliant. Anyone who’s seen either ’That’s The Way It Is’ or ’The Lost Performances’ won’t be surprised by what they hear on these discs. Tanned, thin as a rake and handsomer than ten movie stars, Elvis seems completely in control of the band, the audience and, most importantly, himself. Here, despite being in Vegas, is an artist reaping the benefits of nearly two years of terrific work, from the ’68 Special through the American Studios sessions the following year and a return to the stage the previous August. Ain’t it funny how times slips away?

    Apparently recorded by the same individual, both shows are extremely enjoyable. One can hear everything Elvis says in between the songs and the rhythm section is loud and clear; listen out for Elvis’ quite audible acoustic guitar strumming during the first few numbers! Using headphones to dig this release is almost akin to being in the showroom! One drawback, which should’ve been corrected by Rock Legends, is that Disc 1 is off-pitch, running a bit too fast (boo!); for the midnight show on Disc 2 this problem is corrected.

    The dinner show kicks off with a power-packed ”Tiger Man” (some collectors believe there’s an edit which cuts ”That’s All Right, Mama” but I disagree; one can clearly hear the audience react to his coming on stage during the ”Tiger Man” intro vamp) and is thoroughly entertaining for the next 45 minutes. Beyond the awesome vocals, the audience witnesses a real jokey Elvis, from the dialogue preceding ”I Got A Woman” (”I just got through eatin’, I don’t really feel like churnin’ it up too much … I eat breakfast at the same time you people have dinner”) or ”Hound Dog” (”Lord have mercy, I’m a gray goose”) to ”Heartbreak Hotel” (”Since my baby left me — where’d she go?”). The laughter is polite but not overwhelming!

    The set is complete save for ”Love Me Tender,” which gets truncated after the first notes (reputedly due to an over-long ”kissing session” in the audience), while ”You Don’t Have To Say You Love Me” is given a rare performance. In general the 50’s numbers are given the bum’s rush, while his showpiece numbers like ”You’ve Lost That Lovin’ Feelin'” and ”The Wonder Of You” are absolutely magnificent. Another telling moment is when someone cries out for his great recent single ”Kentucky Rain” (Elvis at first thinks the person says ”Turning Gray”!), which he never quite gets to. Listen closely and be treated to a few seconds of ”Ave Maria” (during ”I Got A Woman”) and the Coasters’ ”Along Came Jones” (prior to ”Hound Dog”).

    After midnight, following some peculiar organ warm-up piece, Elvis struts out to belt ”That’s All Right, Mama” (at the song’s conclusion hear the taper mention that ”last time he sung ”Tiger Man” first”). ”Welcome to the Landmark, I’m Johnny Cash,” Presley jokes. In fact, Elvis repeats the same Gatorade and Ed Sullivan jokes from the dinner show (uh-oh, the seeds of Vegas rut), but this time the audience laughs a great deal; perhaps a later hour means a looser crowd? In any case, Elvis is even better during this 70 minute performance!

    He mysteriously mentions that ”Tiger Man” (done as the third song of the set) was ”the second record that I ever recorded.” Then he proceeds to rock the hell out of the showroom. In fact, the opening triad of ”That’s All Right, Mama,” ”I Got A Woman” and ”Tiger Man” is as exciting as any he ever did on stage in the 1970’s. Evidently ”Love Me Tender” is his ”kissing the girls” number, as it rambles along for over seven minutes with hardly any vocals! It’s hard to believe that Elvis waded into the crowd back then, but one could say that the man was having fun on stage. Within a week that would change, with an anonymous death threat that culminated in a high-tension, FBI-attended Saturday evening show on the 29th (see the 1995 book ’Revelations From The Memphis Mafia’ for more details). It would be fair to imagine he never did such a thing again afterwards.

    Elvis delivers a lovely rendition of ”I’ve Lost You” and a simply gorgeous ”I Just Can’t Help Believin’.” As usual, the audience claps over the false ending to the song (mixed out of the official release on the ’That’s The Way It Is’ album); however, this is classic Presley using his most ambitious arrangement on stage ever, save for ”An American Trilogy” in 1972. ”Polk Salad Annie” retains some of the delicious swampiness so delightful in his February’70 versions, while trading dinner show ”goofin’ around” for pure midnight menace. The remainder of the gig features hot romps through ”Johnny B. Goode” and ”Suspicious Minds” (he’s already using the ”shove it up your nose” line here) and soaring, majestic versions of ”The Wonder Of You” and ”Bridge Over Troubled Water.” Even the silly, self-mocking intro to ”Hound Dog” works, being funnier than what he gave the dinner crowd.

    If ’Double Dynamite’ was taken from a nicely mixed soundboard tape, one would have to call these discs indispensable; as it is, most of us will never get closer to an August’70 gig than this, making it a worthy addition to the pile of 1976 soundboards gathering dust in your ”import” collection.

     

    Reviewed by Johnny Savage, USA

     

    Sound rate ** 1/2Show *****

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  • Presley Elvis - Rare Elvis Vol. 2 (Käytetty LP/12)

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    Sticker on cover reads ’Mit der Lachversion ”Are You Lonesome Tonight”

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  • Presley Elvis - From Hawaii to Las Vegas (1973) (Käytetty CD)

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    Mielenkiintoinen! 1973 harjoitusmatskua!! Ihan kohtalainen äänenlaatukin… Kyllä ainakin mulle kelpaa…

    The new 5 digipack release is a cassette recording of Elvis’ January 25 dress rehearsal for his January/February 1973 season at The Las Vegas Hilton. The rough audio quality is more than compensated by the fascinating insight into how Elvis worked in order to create his shows. With little talk, and a lot of music, we are invited to a first row presentation of what he had in mind, and yet he decided to change the repertoire the next day. Among the many songs is ”Separate Ways” – rehearsed with and without the orchestra and a song that Elvis chose to never perform in public.”

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