Cover Art Elvis' Golden Records Volume 3 - 2007 Reissue

Volume 3 in the classic "Elvis Golden Records" series will be released in the "The Hits" series with a cardboard slipcase on May 22, 2007. The reissue of volume 4 has been announced too, this edition comes without a slipcase according to the image shown on the Sony Music Store. Track listing Volume 3 according to 1. It's Now Or Never 2. Stuck On You 3. Fame And Fortune 4. I Gotta Know 5. Surrender 6. I Feel So Bad 7. Are You Lonesome Tonight? 8. (Marie's The Name Of) His Latest Flame 9. Little Sister 10. Good Luck Charm 11. Anything That's Part Of You 12. She's Not You Track listing Volume 4 according to 1. Love Letters 2. Witchcraft 3. It Hurts Me 4. What'd I Say 5. Please Don't Drag That String Around 6. Indescribably Blue 7. (You're The) Devil In Disguise 8. Lonely Man 9. A Mess Of Blues 10. Ask Me 11. Ain't That Loving You Baby 12. Just Tell Her Jim Said Hello
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Carl (profilecontact) wrote on Apr 22, 2007report abuse
There is a mistake with the Volume numbers. The numbers need to be reversed. Volume 4 came out in 1968, Volume 3 came out in 1963. With regard to the comparison with The Beatles, remember that The Beatles were a GROUP while Elvis was an solo performer. Elvis still had the no.2 album of the 1960s based on the Billboard charts. BLUE HAWAII was no. 1 for 20 weeks on Billboard and was a monster album hit. The Beatles biggest album was SGT. PEPPER which was no. 1 for 15 weeks in 1967. Elvis was second only to WEST SIDE STORY, the top album of the 1960s. The Beatles continued to be influenced by Elvis. RUN FOR YOUR LIFE from RUBBER SOUL has a quote from John Lennon's favorite Elvis song, BABY LET'S PLAY HOUSE. Lennon also said COME TOGETHER was very much influenced by Elvis. Paul McCartney said that LADY MADONNA was him trying to imitate Elvis' singing style. GET BACK also was similar to Elvis' LITTLE SISTER and Elvis did the two songs together in concert. I like what Carl Perkins said about Elvis in the 1960s: Elvis was still among the top performers in the world. No question Elvis had his low point in the mid-1960s, but Elvis managed to bounce back and to dominate the music scene again. No one from the class of rockers from the 1950s has ever been able to do this. Little Richard never really had an important hit after 1957, Bill Haley after 1958, the Everly Brothers after about 1967, Chuck Berry after 1964, or anyone else. Elvis was unique in that he still could dominate the charts and still be among the top performers in pop music. In retrospect, Elvis had the no. 2 album of the 1960s in BLUE HAWAII and his chart performance in 1960 and 1961 ensured that he remianed one of the top performers of the 1960s. The comeback in 1968 and 1969 ensured Elvis' legacy and made sure he was one of the greatest performers of the 1960s and of the 20th century.
Steve V (profilecontact) wrote on Apr 20, 2007report abuse
Yes Elvis was always better singing wise than anyone but not record wise. From 1965-1967, The Beatles were at the top of their game and Elvis prob made his worst movies & recordings ever, except for the gospel album which doesnt count for much in the pop world. I mean how can u compare We Can Work It Out to Do The Clam, NoWhere Man to Puppet On A String, etc.
Rob V (profilecontact) wrote on Apr 19, 2007report abuse
Are Ernst and Roger involved with these reissues? And who is doing the remastering?
JerryNodak (profilecontact) wrote on Apr 19, 2007report abuse
Wrong!! Elvis was STILL better than anyone in the '60s, even AFTER the Beatles.
RonBaker (profilecontact) wrote on Apr 18, 2007report abuse
Absolute gems! No music lover should be without either one of them. Not as revolutionary, perhaps, as volumes 1 and 2, but Elvis in the 60s was better than anyone in the 60s (until we hit Beatlemania). What great songs! What great memories!

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