Recently released on the Crown label is the 3rd version of the New Year’s Eve concert of 1976 in Pittsburgh. Was this release really necessary?more
Updated: Aug 28, 2002
Concluding we can only say that we understand why BMG did not upgrade this album, since it almost is "mission impossible" with such relatively poor material, but it is Elvis.more
Updated: Jul 10, 2001
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Concluding, “Raised on Rock” is an instantaneous snapshot of Elvis in July of 1973, less than 7 months after he hosted “the biggest show on Earth” and presents us, above all, a very sincere singer.more
Updated: Jul 17, 2001
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The third FTD release this month, the 2CD classic album version of “Raised On Rock” has something in common with the other two (“Easy Come, Easy Go” and “I Sing All Kinds”). Elvis didn’t feel like recording at all (with both), there are some very strong songs (like a lot of “I Sing All Kinds”) and some very poor (as most on “Easy Come”).more
Updated: Jul 24, 2007
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Released on the “RE3” label is volume 3 in the “Rare Elvis” series. Is it rare?more
Updated: Jul 11, 2007
Released on September 14, 2009 is DJ Spankox's follow-up to last year's love it or hate it remix album “Re:Versions.” The original made quite a buzz in the Elvis world, with some fans (including Mike Stoller, who penned two songs from this new release as well) enjoying the remixes, and others disgusted at the prospect of the album. Regardless, as an active member of the Elvis community, Spankox has taken the criticism constructively, and released a new album of dance mixes for the fans.more
Updated: Sep 23, 2009
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What can you say about this release? It is fun to get a good impression of life on the road, but we guess you should have been present to enjoy it fully. It completes the talking only CD’s in our collection.more
Updated: Mar 3, 2003
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This release is a half talking and half music album. We get a got handful of “Having Fun On Stage” and some talking, that we already have on other releases.more
Updated: Apr 23, 2003
The new label Backdraft kicked of with a 4CD release of Elvis’ 2nd Vegas engagement. Is it a worthy addition or replacement of what we already have?more
Updated: Sep 27, 2011
In the series of re-releases of (extended) albums that were withdrawn from BMG’s main catalogue, FTD released the first non soundtrack album, "Elvis Recorded Live On Stage In Memphis". A very good show in a more than just audible quality.more
Updated: Apr 7, 2004
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