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After our first 6 months it seems to be the right time to look back and have a little evaluation.[more]
Updated: Feb 27, 2000
Finally released competely on CD is the July 24, 1975 concert, recorded at Ashville, with the only live performance of "Pieces Of My Life".[more]
Updated: Nov 29, 2005
For the second time we've done some altering on our site. Not radically this time, but we think we give a better overview on the pages now. Not everything is implemented yet, we decided to do it step by step.[more]
Updated: Jun 12, 2000
This release is the complete history of Elvis Louisiana Hayride performances and therefore a great addition to your collection. European version of "Good Rockin' Tonight".[more]
Updated: Feb 20, 2001
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The Gravel Road import label released another rehearsal CD. This time we can return to the past and join Elvis and his band rehearsing for “That’s The Way It Is” on July 29, 1970 at the MGM studio in Culver City.[more]
Updated: Jul 1, 2009
Polk Salad Annie6 reactions
When “On Stage Revisited” the working title of this FTD was announced a lot of fans got very excited. Was this excitement justified?[more]
Updated: Jul 9, 2004
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Since the recent release of "Too Much Monkey Business" on the FTD-label a lot of discussions started about the need of "Elvis having a face-lift.[more]
Updated: Dec 24, 2000
Because there was a lot of discussion about the recent release of "The Guitar Man sessions" and the announcement of "The Wonder of You" as upcoming European single, we decided to do an on-line poll to find out what the average Elvis' fan thinks.[more]
Updated: Jan 14, 2001
Portraits7 reactions
Joe Tunzi celebrates twenty years of JAT Publishing with the book "Portraits"; a treat for us fans?[more]
Updated: Apr 29, 2008
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Pot Luck7 reactions
Pot Luck by Elvis Presley was released June 5, 1962 and reached number 4 on the national charts. Except for gospel releases, it would be his last true studio album for seven years. It was very apparent to the RCA label and manager Col. Tom Parker that movies and soundtrack albums were the most popular and hence made the most money for Elvis as well as themselves.[more]
Updated: Jul 9, 2008
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