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Presley Elvis - For LP Fans Only (2CD , FTD Special Edition) (Käytetty CD)€75,00
At last! FOR LP FANS ONLY finally gets the full FTD Classic Album upgrade!
This legendary album released in 1959 while Elvis was serving his time for the US Army in Germany, now features bonus tracks including RADIO and TV performances from the ‘50s and the quality highlights from the recently discovered Bad Nauheim German home recordings. Great performances from the Milton Berle Show, Stage Show and the Steve Allen Show are complemented by intimate recordings of Are You Lonesome Tonight, His Hand In Mine and He Knows What I Need.
Released in 7” gatefold format it also contains a 16-page booklet.
FOR LP FANS ONLY was nominated for best album art of 1959.
Presley Elvis - Sold Out! 2CD (Käytetty CD)€100,00
FTD is proud to announce ELVIS PRESLEY – SOLD OUT! featuring the March and June concerts in 1974 from Tulsa and Cleveland. Prepared and researched for FTD by Robert Frieser / Hans Slebos ( ’Forty Eight Hours To Memphis’ and ’3000 South Paradise Road’) this release will be presented in 7″ format accompanied by 16-page 4-color booklet and extensive liner notes! CD1) Recorded March 1, 1974 at Mabee Special Events Center, Oral Roberts University, Tulsa Oklahoma CD2) Recorded June 21, 1974 at Convention Center Public Hall, Cleveland. OhioTrack 21 recorded June17, 1974 at Louisiana State University Assembly Center, Baton Rouge, Louisiana .
Compilation produced by Ernst Mikael Jørgensen & Roger SemonMastered by Jan Eliasson at Audio Planet Project coordinated and researched by Robert FrieserArtwork and Design by Hans Slebos ”
Presley Elvis - Forty Eight Hours To Memphis (Käytetty CD)€125,00
Forty Eight Hours To Memphis was recorded Live on stage in Richmond, Virginia. March 18, 1974, it is derived from what must have been a full professional 16-track multi track recording, the sound is absolutely great, and Elvis is in top form. The booklet is full of great pictures from the actual show and informative notes. The CD comes in a 7 digi format with a 16 page booklet. Contrary to previous informal information given, please be advised that this is a MONO release.”
Presley Elvis - Elvis Country Special Edition 2CD (Käytetty CD)€50,00
* June 7 recordings. Rough mixes made by Felton Jarvis immediately after the sessions, before any overdubs were recorded.Album produced and art directed by Ernst Mikael Jørgensen & Roger Semon. Mastered by Lene Reidel and Vic Anesini Original A&R: Felton Jarvis Original Engineer: Al PachuckiThanks Claude Braün and Erik RasmussenRecorded June 4-8 and September 22, 1970 at RCA’s Studio B, Nashville.Musicians:Guitar: James Burton (June sessions), Eddie Hinton (September sessions), Chip Young, Elvis PresleyBass: Norbert PutnamDrums: Jerry CarriganPiano: David BriggsOrgan & Harmonica: Charlie McCoy Overdubbed later:Guitar: James Burton, Harold Bradley (Snowbird” only)Percussion: Jerry CarriganPercussion & Vibes: Farrell MorrisOrgan: David Briggs Steel guitar: Weldon MyrickBanjo: Bobby Thompson (”Little Cabin On The Hill” only) Fiddle: Buddy Spicher (”Little Cabin On The Hill” only)Trumpet: Charlie McCoy, George Tidwell, Don Sheffield, Glenn BaxterSax: Wayne Butler, Norman RayTrombone: Gene Mullins Flue and Trombone: William PuettFlute, Sax And Clarinet: Skip Lane Vocals: The Imperials, The Jordanaires, Millie Kirkham, Mary (Jeannie) Greene, Mary Holladay, Ginger Holladay, Temple Riser, June Page, Sonja Montgomery, Dolores Edgin”
Presley Elvis - Girl Happy Special Edition (Käytetty CD)€35,00
Hieno paketti. Pakattu kolmiosaisen singlen kansiin, ja mukana hieno kirjanen. Hienoa BMG!!! Ei pelkkää rahastusta tällä kertaa, vaan rahoilleen saa myös vastinetta. Biisit 1-11 soundtrack elokuvasta. Biisit 13-24 bonusbiisejä, eriotoksia, ennenjulkaisemattomia.As a direct consequence of BMG’s current streamlining of the world wide Elvis catalogue, a fair portion of Elvis’ original music becomes unavailable. It’s been agreed that Follow That Dream will re-release these masters in order that they will always be available to real fans”. To make this attractive FTD is re-releasing the original albums along the following lines:1) 7″ format cover (like a single or EP)2) Original back and front cover3) 3 panel Gatefold sleeve4) 8 page booklet with photos and memorabilia5) Original album with original album EQ6) Additionally all previously released outtakes (if space permits)7) Additionally previously unreleased outtakes (when available and space permits)”
Presley Elvis - From Elvis Presley Boulevard, Memphis Tennessee (2CD) Special Edition (Käytetty CD)€75,00
”Legendaarinen albumi vuodelta 1976.
Recorded February 2-7, 1976 at Elvis’ home Graceland, Memphis, Tennessee.Guitar: James Burton, Bill Sanford (’Blue Eyes Crying In The Rain’), John Wilkinson, Charlie Hodge; Bass: Jerry Scheff, Norbert Putnam (’Blue Eyes Crying In The Rain’); Drums: Ronnie Tutt; Piano: Glen D. Hardin; Piano & Electric Piano: David Briggs, Bobby Emmons (’Blue Eyes Crying In The Rain’); Vocals: Kathy Westmoreland, Myrna Smith, J.D. Sumner & The StampsOverdubs: Guitar: Chip Young; Bass: Dennis Linde; Congas & Timpani: Farrell Morris; Moog Synthesizer: Shane Keister; Vocals: Wendellyn Suits, Dolores Edgin, Hurshel WigintonA & R/Producer: Felton JarvisExecutive producer: Elvis Presley Director of engineering: Larry Schnap Recording engineers: Brian Christian, Tom Brown, Ron Olson, Al Pachucki and Tom PickRecording technician: Roy ShockleyCompilation produced and art directed by Ernst Mikael Jørgensen and Roger SemonMastered by Vic AnesiniCompiled by Jean-Marc Juilland”
From Elvis Presley Boulevard, Memphis, Tennessee on Elvis Presleyn toukokuussa 1976 julkaistu albumi, joka äänitettiin hänen kotonaan Gracelandissa. Levy saavutti Billboard 200 -listan sijan 41, minkä lisäksi se nousi Country Albums -listan kärkeen.
Albumin kannessa on teksti Recorded Live (Äänitetty livenä), mutta levy ei ole konserttiäänite, vaan studiolive.
Elvis Presley – laulu, kitara
David Briggs – piano, sähköpiano
James Burton – kitara
Dolores Edgin – taustalaulu
Bobby Emmons – taustalaulu
Glen D Hardin – piano
Charlie Hodge – kitara
Shane Keister – syntetisaattori
Dennis Linde – basso
Farrell Morris – lyömäsoittimet
Norbert Putnam – basso
Billy Sanford – kitara
Jerry Scheff – basso
Myrna Smith – taustalaulu
Wendellyn Suits – taustalaulu
JD Sumner & The Stamps – taustalaulu
Ronnie Tutt – rummut
Kathy Westmoreland – taustalaulu
Hurschel Wiginton – taustalaulu
John Wilkinson – kitara
Chip Young – kitara
Presley Elvis - The Last Movies (Käytetty CD)€150,00
Finally, Elvis’ last soundtrack recordings are brought together in a cohesive release that works as a companion set for the FTD 7” Classic Album series. “The Last Movies” t contains outtakes and an informative illustrated 16-page booklet with rare memorabilia and photos.
Presley Elvis - Way Down – Welcome To The Jungle (Käytetty CD)€25,00
Uusin ja 2. viimeinen osa!! Welcome To The Jungle – Way Down offers you again some spectacular recordings from these sessions, including some never heard before out-takes. This volume is again sensational and presented in the best sound quality including a standard jewel case with a beautiful 16 page booklet.
Hear for the first time the very short intro of America which was subsequently erased and recorded over with Blue Eyes Crying In The Rain. This is all what remains on the tape besides an ending. The out-takes of Way Down are definitely a highlight of this CD. This is a great follow-up to all previous volumes so don’t miss it !!!
Presley Elvis - We Have Not Rehearsed Them (Käytetty CD)€30,00
We know Elvis rehearsed a lot, many rehearsals are released, and several rank high in the fan’s favorites lists. Now a CD came out with songs Elvis and his band did not rehearse. Can it be a fan’s favorite too?
The design on this release from the Cat Fish label is very basic. A picture of Elvis, obviously, and a concert stub from another date. On the back 41 titles in small print and centered for easy reading . not, but a nice concert photo on the back though, would have been our pick for the front cover.
The content of this CD is much better than the design. Usually you find the occasional rare live performance on a certain concert release or as additional bonus track on a CD, making you buy the release for just that song. You can now get a big chunk of live rarities with just one buy.
CD collectors can skip this release, either because they already have the songs on separate release or because they have Live And Unleashed” which is apparently a previous title for this live rarities compilation.
The order of the tracks on these CD’s is a bit strange, the performances jump up and down the timeline between 1970 and 1977. Looking at the recording dates it appears Elvis had his moments during certain tours, especially in 1975, throwing in an unexpected song to surprise the audience, or fulfilling a special request.
Listening to this compilation is plain fun, simply because of the original titles, the fun Elvis has on the stage and the reactions from the audience. One of highlights is Elvis singing the lead on ”Why Me Lord”, a shame he did not do that more often, because he can easily carry this song. We could name a few more, but just check the track listing below to see which song you’d like to hear live for a change.
A minor on this CD is that the quality of the recordings varies, but with these original selections that is not a big problem.
This CD is a very different kind of Elvis release, kind of like the concert that never was. Not with a collection of the best live performances ever, but a concert filled with one timers and one liners. A fun CD to play every now and then. (from : e-www.elvisnews.com)”
Presley Elvis - American Crown Jewels (Käytetty CD)€20,00
”Long black limousine; The opening track of this album has always been a deep, dark and soulful song from the legendary ”From Elvis in Memphis” album, telling the story of a poor girl from the country leaving her friends and family behind to make it in the big city ”Groningen”. Her promise of one day returning to her hometown in a big shiny car is kept as she comes home in a hearse. In some way it is Elvis’ own story
Wearin’ that loved on look; When listening to the session tapes it becomes clear that Elvis really had difficulty giving his usual 110 % after so many fears of musical oblivion. He could still be the greatest though if he just put his mind to it as this great alternate take proves. Jusrt listen as he pauses on the line ”…Had to leave town for a little while”.
You’ll think of me; A lot of work went into the instumental and solos on this beautiful Mort Shuman composition. Elvis really took his job serious, as did the musicians.
A little bit of green; The first take of a beautiful country song. Just sit back and be overwhelmed by Elvis’ voice.
In the ghetto; This classic song became Elvis’ message to the world, he really cared, not just for the words he sang but for the musical value as well, prove of this are the 20+ takes he did on the song. Though little was changed during the course of recording this great song, this early take is a welcome addition to our collection.
Rubberneckin’; The only known take without the horn overdubs, losing nothing of it’s power, rather gaining. Elvis sounds like he is really enjoying himself during this fun song.
From a Jack to a King; There are a few songs Elvis recorded during his legendary American Sound Sessions that shouldn’t have been recorded. ”Hey Jude” is the best example but the next recorded selection, Ned Miller’s ”From a Jack to a King” could be that number two. The ridiculous vocal overdubs are missing here but still the song lacks that something special that most other songs did possess.
Without love; A powerful song that was recorded, among others, by the legendary Clyde McPhatter of The Drifters fame. Elvis admired this famous vocal group and recorded several of their songs like ”Money Honey”, ”Such a night”, ”Fools fall in love” and their rendition of ”White Christmas” which he copied note for note. Clyde’s solo performances of ”Without love” really suits Elvis as well, perhaps even better and he does a great job on it.
Suspicious minds; Talking of legendary songs, this Mark James composition is certainly one of them. Everything seems to fall into place with this tear-jearking lovesong. A classic in his own right and every alternate take should be made available even though few are complete. Elvis had to struggle his way through the ”would I still see suspicion in your eyes” line time after time.
True love travels on a gravel road; What can be said of this breathtaking country song. This first try-out take, nothing more than a rehearsal, takes the tempo up compared to the released version on the ”From Elvis in Memphis” album. Elvis’ voice is magnificent and the piano playing in the second verse combined with Elvis’ voice is spine tingling.
Power of my love; During the Sixties the songwriters trio Giant/Kaye wrote some horrible music for several of Elvis’ even more horrible movies. All of this can be forgiven when listening to the more than powerful ”Power of my love” which could be easily have been titled ”Power of my voice”.
After loving you; During the recording of this powerful composition Elvis can be heard saying ”takes me way back, that Motherfucker”. He really went back and in his mind must have seen Beale Street, the housing projects in downtown Memphis and eventually Sam Phillips’ tiny recording studio. He really went back during ”After loving you” and this outtake proves it.
And the grass won’t pay no mind; The mastertake of Neil Diamond’s classic song done in a much faster tempo but overwhelming just the same. Consider”