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Presley Elvis - Feelin’ Fast Vibrations (CD)€20,00
The new label Cocky Rooster Company presents their first release.
Everyone knows where this is coming from, but we thought this should be represented in a good way.
We don’t know the person who worked on it like crazy, but he deserves a big hand for it.
Listen to the fantastic sounding matrix recording from the midnight show on August 21, 1974 on a shiny silver pressed CD for your collection.
Presley Elvis - Good Times In Las Vegas (CD)€20,00
We’re proud to present our new release „Good Times In Vegas“ which contains the former released midnight show from August 9, 1972.
The new release of the Las Vegas concert does sound excellent for this kind of recordings.
Elvis delighted his audience with a strong setlist and lots of highlights.
As usual the release is accompanied with a 16 page booklet and lots of rare photos and seldom seen memorabilia.
Presley Elvis - Technicolor In Black & White (Book, 2 x CD, 10inch, Ltd.) (Kirjat)€69,00Hardcover , 300 Pages, French/English, 27x27x2 cm, plus 10inch Vinyl (8 tracks ) and CD (29 tracks) Limited Edition + SPECIAL BONUS CD Les Francais Chantent les films d`Elvis CDThe Ultimate book about Elvis Cinematographic career from Love Me Tender in 1957 to This is Elvis in 1981
This Limited Edition 300 pages coffee table book is filled with more than 1000 photos and documents rare or unpublished and includes a compact disc and a 10” vinyl album : 29 tracks (rare and alternate takes)
Presley Elvis - St. Louis / Spokane (March / April, 1976) 2CD (CD)€100,00
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 and The Coliseum on April 1976..
Jani Matti Juhani - Jani Matti Juhani laulaa Elvistä suomeksi (CD)€17,00
Tamperelainen poppari Jani Matti Juhani teki keväällä ja kesällä 2019 tutkimusmatkan kuninkaan mittavaan tuotantoon, tuloksena syntyi levyllinen persoonallisia versioita Elvis-käännöksistä. Mukana on todellisia Elvis-klassikoita, joita ovat aikaisemmin suomeksi levyttäneet mm. Rauli Badding Somerjoki, Arto Sotavalta, Danny, Laila Kinnunen, Jorma Kääriäinen, Timo Jämsen, Kari Tapio, Pekka Loukiala ja Tapio Heinonen.
Ensimmäinen single ”Mä tuskin vielä uskon” julkaistiin 16.8.2019 – tällöin Elviksen kuolemasta oli kulunut 42 vuotta. Pitkäsoitto julkaistaan digitaalisesti, CD:nä, LP:nä ja huippurajoitettuna kasettipainoksena 8.1.2020, jolloin tulee kuluneeksi 85 vuotta Elviksen syntymästä.
”Jani Matti Juhani laulaa Elvistä suomeksi” on artistin viides suomenkielinen albumi ja kaikkiaan yhdestoista sooloartistina tai yhtyeen vetäjänä.
Presley Elvis - The 50s In Stereo (CD)€15,00
Elvis Presley – The 50s In Stereo (NEOPHONIC Stereo) CD VTRCD2044 (features additional bonus tracks not featured on the vinyl release)
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NEOPHONIC HIGH FIDELITY (re-engineered stereo 2017/18)
Stunning album artwork
Limited Edition only 500 copies worldwide
Features the NEOPHONIC Stereo single version of ‘My Baby Left Me’ 45-6540(e)
Presley Elvis - Memphis Recording Service; The Complete Works 1953-1955 (2CD+ 100 page BOOK) (CD)€30,00
MRS will release a 2CD/100page book compilation titled ‘MEMPHIS RECORDING SERVICE: THE COMPLETE WORKS 1953 – 1955’ on the 25th November 2016.
The 100-page book chronicles Elvis’ short recording career there, from its humble beginnings (his personal acetate recordings from July 1953 and January 1954) through to the final Sun sessions in 1955. The full and comprehensive text is complemented by rare photographs and unseen pieces of documentation.
The 2CD’s contain the complete archival studio recordings from 1953- 1955: Elvis’ personal acetates, the Sun masters, along with rare session outtakes. The tracks have been painstakingly remastered and restored.
There are many highlights on this new release. All of the newly remastered tracks now sound much clearer and crisper. For instance, ‘That’s All Right’ has been taken from the ‘Mother’ master of the original Sun 45rpm. Also, for the first time on CD, ‘I Forgot to Remember to Forget’ appears without the false bass RCA added to it in the 1980s when tampering with the master tapes.
The remastering of Elvis’ first acetate recordings – ‘My Happiness’ and ‘That’s When Your Heartaches Begin’ (from July 1953) – has also well exceeded the sound quality ever achieved before on these primitive recordings. Furthermore, on the outtakes of ‘Blue Moon’, the painstaking audio restoration has removed the overload and studio hum present on previous issues, and made them sound much better than ever before. Indeed, all previous erroneous mastering faults and miscalculations have been rectified on this release, making it the best collection of these seminal recordings thus far.
Various - Elvis Presley Connection Vol.1 (CD)€18,00
An extremely unique compilation of originals and rare cover versions of famous Elvis tunes!
• This first volume puts the spotlight on songs that Elvis also recorded in-between 1954 and 1958.
• Special rare recordings are included such as demos, live recordings from the decade, and unheard material.
• Some of Elvis’ colleagues at SUN like Carl Perkins, Jerry Lee Lewis, Sonny Burgess, Vernon Taylor and Mack Allen Smith are also included!
• The compilation also presents rare British Rock ’n’ Rollers with their versions of Elvis songs!
• We have of course some originals that Elvis influenced. The Eagles with Tryin’ To Get To You and Freddie Bell’s version of Hound Dog!
• Some of the tracks never appeared on CD before! There’s Carl Perkins live on TV in 1956 with Blue Suede Shoes. Mickie Most with Paralyzed, recorded in South Africa and Dorothy Collins live at ’Your Hit Parade’!
• Crooners, rockers, R&B acts, all influenced by Elvis Presley, plus songs that Elvis influenced himself!
Where did young Elvis Presley got his inspirations from?
This is the main question behind the concept for this compilation. Elvis Presley’s musical style and his stage performance was as unique as it can be but even Elvis Presley is not free from influences by other musicians and situations! We want to light up its darkness around this question with this first volume of the Elvis Presley connection and we did find musical answers!
How much did Elvis Presley influence the music world in the 1950s?
This is the next question we examine with this compilation. How did other performers react on Elvis Presley in the 50s, also those who hailed from other genres like pop or jazz? How got musicians from other countries than the US triggered by Elvis’ blast in ’56? Listen to this unique compilation and you get the answers!
Many rare recordings are compiled here, some for the first time on CD! We have demos by Clyde Stacy and Mack Allen Smith (rare SUN demo)! We have rare versions of Elvis songs from British and American low budget labels like Loren Becker, Hank Smith aka George Jones, or Paul Rich. There are original 1950s live recordings by Carl Perkins, Dorothy Collins and Lucy Lynn. Originals later covered by Elvis Presley are also included, for example the rare originals Hot Dog by Young Jessie, David Hill’s All Shook Up, and Just Because by The Shelton Brothers. Of course there are also well-known recordings such as Roy Hamilton’s I’m Gonna Sit Right Down And Cry Over You or Vince Everett’s version of Baby Let’s Play House he had recorded together with Elvis’ musicians Scotty Moore and Bill Black! Included is a booklet with notes to each single song and many color photos and illustrations!
Presley Elvis - From Georgia To Florida 2CD (CD)€50,00
FTD is pleased to announce the release of “ELVIS: FROM GEORGIA TO FLORIDA”. Released as a 5” digipack, this 2-CD 5” set set features Elvis in great form from his shows at the Coliseum in Macon on April 24, 1975 and Lakeland (afternoon show) on April 27, 1975
Presley Elvis - No. 2 + Loving You (Digipak) (CD)€13,00
This essential CD edition contains two of Elvis Presley’s finest long plays (both issued on the RCA label) from the beginning of his career: his sensational second album, Nº2 (also known as Elvis, as well as Rock ‘N’ Roll nº 2), and the follow-up, Loving You, which contains the soundtrack to the King’s homonymous debut color film. These two LPs helped define the exact nature of early rock & roll and include such hits as “Ready Teddy,” “Paralyzed,” “Rip It Up,” and “Teddy Bear,” among others. Both LPs have been remastered and packaged together in this very special collector’s edition, which also contains 6 bonus tracks from the same period and presents an alternate cover sleeve (that was used for the first pressing of Elvis’ 2nd album in the UK by the label His Master’s Voice).
This is as rebellious, engaging and rousing as early rock & roll can sound.
ALSO INCLUDING COMPREHENSIVE BOOKLET VINTAGE MEMORABILIA UP-TO-DATE LINER NOTES
Presley Elvis - Guitar Man / Help Me (Purple vinyl) 7″ + CD (7 single/EP)€33,00
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 total 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 title track ”Guitar Man” written and first performed by Jerry Reed was one of the tracks considered for 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 album. 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 the track most likely for his own pleasure or maybe it was considered to end up on the album. We probably will never know as Felton Jarvis sadly passed away early January 1981 even before the album came out. The second track on this 45RPM / CD combo is ”HELP ME”. The song written by Larry Gatlin of Larry Gatlin and the Gatlin Brothers. This track was not used on the GUITAR MAN album. This track has overdubs by the Gatlin Brothers and when you listen to it you will notice this version was probably not finished by Felton Jarvis, this is either an ”early version” or he never go to the point of finishing it due to his untimely death. Before the album would be released the idea raised to record a so called open-ended interview with Felton Jarvis for the radio stations. Disk Jockeys would be able to ask a question and Felton would answer the question that would be played from a record. The recording for this open-ended interview would take place somewhere in the last week of December. On December 16 1980 Jerry Flowers visited Felton to discuss the questions and prepare the interview. Jerry Flowers recorded this meeting as a test for the upcoming interview. The official interview never took place as Felton Jarvis suffered a stroke on December 19. Resulting in his death January 3rd 1981. RCA decided to release the informal recording on a record for Radio Stations.
This complete recording is now available on this cd. This 45RPM plus CD is available in yellow & purple vinyl.
Presley Elvis - The Best Of The ’68 Comeback Special (CD)€18,00
Elvis Presley’s The Best Of The ’68 Comeback Special is a new companion album to “Elvis All-Star Tribute,” NBC’s upcoming star-studded special celebrating “The King of Rock ‘N’ Roll’s” unforgettable 1968 television special.
An ideal set for longtime Elvis fans and newcomers, “The Best of the ’68 Comeback Special,” comprises the Elvis recordings and performances that inspired the upcoming tribute and showcases a new version of the legendary closing number, “If I Can Dream,” as heard in the new special — featuring Elvis’ original vocals alongside new performances by Carrie Underwood, Shawn Mendes, Post Malone, Darius Rucker and Blake Shelton. The album features 15 Elvis performances from the “stand-up” and “sit-down” shows filmed for the ’68 broadcast, plus three original studio recordings to represent songs that appear in the new special.
The original special, recorded over several sessions in June 1968, featured Elvis playing the songs that mattered most to him, in his first live performance since 1961. When it aired on December 3, 1968, the special was the week’s highest-viewed television program, re-establishing Elvis as a driving force in popular music. The special was recently revisited in 2018 in the 5CD/2 Blu-ray Disc box set ’68 Comeback Special: 50th Anniversary Edition.
NBC’s new two-hour program will pay tribute to Elvis Presley’s “’68 Comeback Special,” recreating the iconic night with musical performances, a showcase of rare footage and interviews with Pricilla Presley and Steve Binder, the director of the original special, plus a special appearance from Lisa Marie Presley.
“Elvis All-Star Tribute” is being produced by Ken Ehrlich for AEG Ehrlich Ventures, LLC. Ehrlich is one of event television’s most prolific producers, from the annual Grammy Awards telecast, which he has produced since 1980, to numerous single artist and event specials including the Global Citizens Festival, which he produces for MSNBC.
Presley Elvis - Fun In Acapulco Sessions 3CD Boxset (CD)€50,00
This is the ultimate FUN IN ACAPULCO 3-CD set: includes more than an hour of previously unreleased false starts, break downs, and complete takes!
All tracks have been recently remixed and mastered from the original 3-track session tapes. The 8”x 8” slipcase replicates RCA Victor’s vault-stored session reel box.
The 28-page booklet includes rare photographs, memorabilia, session data, Movie Trivia and an updated overview of the movie by Alan Hanson.
The 3-CDs are housed in a CD carrier adorned by original tape box documentation.
Presley Elvis - The Elvis Presley Soundtrack Collection 20CD (CD)€79,00
Sisältää seuraavien Elviksen leffojen soundtrackit:
Loving You (1957)
Jailhouse Rock (1957)
King Creole (1958)
G.I. Blues (1960)
Follow That Dream (1962)
Blue Hawaii (1961)
Girls! Girls! Girls! (1962)
It Happened At The World’s Fair (1963)
Fun In Acapulco (1963)
Kissin’ Cousins (1964)
Viva Las Vegas (1964)
Girl Happy (1965)
Harum Scarum (1965)
Frankie And Johnny (1966)
Paradise Hawaiian Style (1966)
Double Trouble (1967)