Detailed Tracklisting Elvis By The Presleys DVD

Here is the detailed tracklisting and overview of Elvis'music used in the "Elvis by the Presleys" 2 DVD set which is set for release May 17, 2005. DVD Track Index Disc 1 Elvis: Meets Priscilla Elvis: Introducing Mrs. Presley Elvis: The Inner Child Elvis: The Generous Elvis: The Seeker Elvis: The King Elvis: After Dark Disc 2 Elvis: On Stage Elvis: Style Elvis: Taking Care Of Business Elvis: Forever Bonus Features Elvis: Nixon Elvis: Karate Photo Gallery DVD 1 Menu Page 00:55 See See Rider 00:12 Memories 00:43 Elvis: Meets Priscilla 24:37 Memories 00:22 Today, Tomorrow And Forever 01:02 I Got Stung 00:39 Hound Dog 00:28 I Feel So Bad 00:26 Too Much 00:32 G.I. Blues 00:40 One Night 01:16 Teddy Bear 00:28 I Forgot To Remember To Forget 01:12 It's Now Or Never 01:07 Loving You 01:50 My Baby Left Me 00:30 Good Rockin' Tonight 00:26 Heartbreak Hotel 01:29 Return To Sender 00:51 I Want You, I Need You, I Love You 00:49 That's Someone You Never Forget 01:21 Tomorrow Is A Long Time 01:11 Elvis: Introducing Mrs. Presley 39:31 Angel 01:33 Welcome To My World 00:44 I Beg Of You 00:42 Don't Be Cruel 00:42 Anyway You Want Me 01:05 Baby, What You Want Me To Do 00:24 I Got A Woman 00:29 For Loving Me 00:55 Love Me 02:36 The Girl Of My Best Friend 00:33 Baby Let's Play House 00:42 Catchin' On Fast 00:36 Steppin' Out Of Line 00:25 A House That Has Everything 01:39 Got A Lot O' Livin' To Do 00:20 Tender Feeling 01:17 Ready Teddy 00:30 Ask Me 01:11 Shoppin' Around 02:10 Hawaiian Wedding Song 00:59 Blue Hawaii 01:38 You'll Never Walk Alone 01:57 Elvis: The Inner Child 18:32 One Boy, Two Little Girls 01:04 A Fool Such As I 00:45 Anyplace Is Paradise 00:32 I Don't Care If The Sun Don't Shine 00:58 Like A Baby 01:52 Burning Love 01:24 Little Sister 00:56 Animal Instinct 00:58 Steamroller Blues 00:59 My Babe 00:36 Wolf Call 00:38 Memphis Tennessee 01:32 Gonna Get Back Home Somehow 01:08 Devil In Disguise 01:07 Cross My Heart And Hope To Die 01:03 Jailhouse Rock 01:56 Elvis: The Generous 13:49 I'll Be Home For Christmas 00:39 Santa Claus Is Back In Town 00:54 Blue Christmas 00:34 Winter Wonderland 00:38 If Everyday Was Like Christmas 00:53 Here Comes Santa Claus 00:39 Good Luck Charm 00:43 All Shook Up 00:35 A Mess Of Blues 00:33 Santa Bring My Baby Back 00:56 I'll Hold You In My Heart 02:54 In The Ghetto 01:23 Elvis: The Seeker 20:57 Peace In The Valley 01:28 An American Trilogy 00:56 How Great Thou Art 00:34 Sweet, Sweet Spirit 01:02 Where Could I Go But To The Lord 01:09 Wisdom Of The Ages 01:17 Milky White Way 01:26 Crying In The Chapel 00:55 I, John 00:52 Lead Me, Guide Me 00:59 Why Me Lord 00:56 Help Me 00:20 Bridge Over Troubled Water 01:07 Saved 00:10 Reach Out To Jesus 02:19 If I Can Dream 01:37 Elvis: The King 21:09 King Of The Whole Wide World 00:38 Bossa Nova Baby 00:49 Treat Me Nice 01:15 Doin' The Best I Can 01:03 Separate Ways 01:40 Lawdy, Miss Clawdy 00:50 Let Yourself Go 00:27 You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin' 03:22 It's Over 01:27 I Can't Stop Loving You 00:38 Always On My Mind 00:43 Elvis: After Dark 14:35 Such A Night 01:04 Mystery Train 01:38 It Hurts Me 01:39 Blue Moon 00:56 Trouble 00:44 Guitar Man 00:43 Treat Me Nice 00:58 Don't Cry Daddy 02:03 An American Trilogy 00:48 My Way 03:37 DVD 2 Menu Page 00:55 See See Rider 00:12 Run On 00:43 Elvis: On Stage 22:31 Long Lonely Highway 00:53 Also Sprach Zarathustra 01:05 See See Rider 00:21 That's All Right 00:49 Baby, What You Want Me To Do 00:49 Trying To Get To You 02:49 Big Boss Man 00:39 His Latest Flame 00:52 Dirty, Dirty Feeling 01:16 Hound Dog 00:19 Girls! Girls! Girls! 00:35 C'mon Everybody 00:37 Suspicious Minds 03:15 Blue Hawaii 01:23 See See Rider 00:30 Burning Love 01:48 Elvis: Style 09:48 Blue Suede Shoes 00:47 I Don't Care If The Sun Don't Shine 00:25 Hi-Heel Sneakers 00:59 I Got A Feeling In My Body 00:55 I Believe In The Man In The Sky 01:24 Runaway 00:52 Wear My Ring Around Your Neck 01:16 Elvis: Taking Care Of Business 50:35 As Long As I Have You 01:51 Jailhouse Rock 00:43 Love Me Tender 00:52 King Creole 00:44 Doin' The Best I Can 01:33 Rubberneckin' 01:22 Old MacDonald 00:34 Heartbreak Hotel 00:30 Baby, What You Want Me To Do 00:34 Trouble 01:21 If I Can Dream 03:07 Blue Moon 00:21 That's All Right 01:20 How The Web Was Woven 00:38 Indescribably Blue 01:22 Wearin' That Loved On Look 00:44 In The Ghetto 00:11 In The Ghetto 00:34 Words 00:21 Suspicious Minds 01:26 I Want To Be Free 01:24 Mr. Songman 01:52 All I Needed Was The Rain 01:45 Goin' Home 01:11 A House That Has Everything 00:26 Elvis: Forever 06:53 A Little Less Conversation 03:42 Can't Help Falling In Love 01:43 See See Rider 00:36 Elvis: Nixon (by Jerry Schilling) 11:11 Elvis: Karate 04:42 Tiger Man 02:35 The public Elvis is well known, but the private Elvis remains a mystery. "Elvis By The Presley's" 2-DVD set released on 17th May 2005 will change that. Fans are granted an unprecedented understanding of the Presley family, with unhindered access into the archives of the Elvis Presley estate, coupled with extensive new interviews with both Priscilla and Lisa Marie plus rare performance footage of the King at his best. Over four and a half hours of footage make the DVD "Elvis By The Presley's" arguably the most revealing and poignant video portrait we will ever see of the artist as husband, father and friend. The program grants access to his life like a glimpse into a family album, beginning with "Elvis: Meets Priscilla" a chance for Priscilla to recall her story of meeting Elvis in Germany. Beautifully restored audio of Elvis speaking is inter-cut with Priscilla as they chronicle their lives together for the first time. Early care free days at Graceland and In Los Angeles are painted with fantastic home movies. This revealing footage shows Elvis as a playful family man, building snow men, snowmobiling, riding horses, swimming, water skiing and hamming it up for the camera. These were perhaps the happiest times for all. As the documentary turns a corner, Priscilla reveals the realities of a Hollywood relationship and her efforts to win over Elvis completely, sacrificing her own ambitions and desires for the security of their relationship. In rare interviews, Elvis talks candidly about women and dating and the pressure he felt to remain single for his public image. As we watch Lisa Marie grow, she shares more and more of her earliest memories of life at Graceland as a kid; the big southern dinners, the menagerie of pets, the wild games, the late nights at the movie theatre, and of course, what it was like having Elvis as a father. "Elvis: After Dark" is a deeply moving segment featuring Lisa Marie and Priscilla speaking about Elvis' spiralling drug use and his ultimate death. The story of his demise has never been so poignant and heartbreaking as we heat it told by those who were affected the most. The final segment "Elvis: Forever" documents Elvis' legacy as it continues to grow and in the wake of his passing other Presley's have stepped up to the plate, proudly carrying on his name and keeping his voice in the public ear. Elvis' daughter and grandchildren would have made him proud and the documentary ends on a high note as we see a great future for Elvis with no end to the success of the Presley's. Alongside the deluxe DVD documentary are a number of special features, including a photo gallery and two exclusive bonus chapters entitled "Elvis: Nixon" and "Elvis: Karate". Running Time: 270 minutes * DVD Audio: 2.0 Stereo
Source: Elvis World Japan / Updated: May 10, 2005 

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pacer1965 (profilecontact) wrote on May 27, 2005report abuse
I have heard there going to release a special edition version of Elvis by the Presleys.And they are going to put more of the karate footage on it. Anyone know anything about this ?
Tony C (profilecontact) wrote on May 24, 2005report abuse
Eduardo, I cannot understand how you think that this DVD is a rip-off. EPE have produced a package that could have been stretched out to four separate DVD's, each selling for the cost of this one. Regardless of what your personal opinions are of Elvis' friends and family, we are shown a considerable amount of home movie footage. Even that film that we have seen before is now shown in the proper context. With regard to your topless comment, I think it is sad that people have to stoop to such depths to make a point.
Eduardo (profilecontact) wrote on May 19, 2005report abuse
STOP, LOOK AND LISTEN elvis fans around the world. Lindes, you were right, this is a rip off, also according to Rex, Rick a.o. However, they "missed" a marvellous sales oppoprtunity...rather than publishing elvis' haircomb, his after shave bottle, her crayolas etc, this book should have sold ZILLIONS of copies if it had published a TOPLESS Priscilla (not Lisa). Your opinion guys (not girls)and remember elvisNEVERleftthebuilding
cathyreno (profilecontact) wrote on May 19, 2005report abuse
well I saw the hour long presentation of elvis by the presleys on utv last night found it a bit frustrating very poorly edited missing vital pieces of the elvis bio, making you think that cilla moved straight into graceland around christmas'61 instead of mid year in 1962 then it races through the wedding, birth of lisamarie,the decline of elvis's health.didnt hear much of lisamarie but if they give too much sure you wouldnt buy the dvd then, Elvis's voice was very well blended in and alot of his opinions I never heard before, cant wait to see the finished product
yelserp (profilecontact) wrote on May 18, 2005report abuse
Judypresley doesn't know what she is on about. Elvis was buried and laid to rest on August 18, 1977 and definitely not the next day. You should check your facts before printing and shouting your mouth off. Lisa Marie Presley was right, she was there. You were NOT. Read and learn!!
lindes (profilecontact) wrote on May 13, 2005report abuse
judypresley: I've never heard or read that particular comment before. (?)I think there are many contradictions by people who were "supposedly" close to him. Lisa talks as though she knows so much about him, when it's more likely that what she "knows" or remembers is more from recollections of others, family movies, etc. Her actual memories have to be very limited, particularly since she was five years old when they divorced. And Priscilla's comments over the years have been less than flattering; people tend to think she knows more than anyone, but she spent little time with him, as his attentions were evidently focused on career and other women.
judy presley (profilecontact) wrote on May 13, 2005report abuse
I've been looking forward to this release since I heard about it and pre-ordered the dvd sometime ago, mainly for the unseen footage it contains. Comments by the family may not give the programme much credibility, since I read in the tv guide, for the hour long version to be shown next week, how Lisa "stayed by her father's body for days after his death" - as his funeral took place the following day how could this be possible? I think the new footage will possibly be the only thing of value here (and clips of the familiar of course), since everything else should be taken with a pinch of salt, if the above quote is anything to go by.
Sidewinder (profilecontact) wrote on May 11, 2005report abuse
I agree with Lindes it seems as though they are regurgitating "Elvis and Me" a la "This Is Elvis". I wonder what comes next Priscilla remarries Elvis through the reincarnation of Daya Mata and invites everyone to participate through pay per view maybe? I think I'll carry on just looking forward to Ernsts next pet project on FTD. By the way ; never did find out what happened to Dennis Ferrante -anyone know? Hate to burst your bubble Carl but Elvis assertion that he "never wrote and could not write songs" was pretty much accurate. If you listen to the "Memphis Mafias" accounts Red West wrote most of "That's Someone You Never Forget" and Charlie Hodge "You'll Be Gone". Elvis merely added a word or line here and there.If you want to marvel at his composition and arrangement skills look no further than "His Hand In Mine" this album was Elvis' labour of love and he put more into this than probably any other in arranging and lyrical content.
lindes (profilecontact) wrote on May 11, 2005report abuse
Sounds more like the "Priscilla" story. What is it with this "Presleys" business? Lisa is a birth child of EP, but the lineage is not pure since she is female and the "name" is not carried on past EP. Her two kids are descendants, but their mother is a Presley, not their father, so their lineage is not direct. Priscilla: Was a "Presley" only by marriage which ended in divorce over 30 years ago, so she is NOT a Presley, but merely a vain, self-absorbed, and greedy ex-wife. The father, mother, brother, and EP are gone. No male heirs. End of story.
Carl (profilecontact) wrote on May 10, 2005report abuse
I like the fact that the CD has an unreleased version of "You'll Be Gone" and the DVD version has over a minute of "That's Someone You Never Forget". These were songs that Elvis co-wrote in the early 1960s. They help to disprove the lie that Elvis never wrote songs. Now on this project there is not one, but TWO songs Elvis wrote!! It is nice to have those Elvis compositions as part of this anthology just to disprove the lies. "That's Someone You Never Forget" is actually becoming a sort of unofficial Elvis classis too. More people need to cover that tune. That is one of Elvis' best!
ep3577 (profilecontact) wrote on May 10, 2005report abuse
Where is all the Karate footage, again it is not all presented here as it should be! I agree it should be a good release, But its not complete. Disappointed
Renan Augusto (profilecontact) wrote on May 10, 2005report abuse
Come on. Is it nice? Yes it is but certainly I would like to see more unreleased footage from "Elvis On Tour", "That´s The Way It Is", 50´s concerts, unreleased clip movies and we could go on...
I am thankful to this release. It seems good but it we will have to wait another 30 year to have a new version of TTWII? Elvis On Tour is really a shame because if we don´t have "The Lost Performances"..... we would have to be happy with 1972 movie and only! This is a shame!
cathyreno (profilecontact) wrote on May 10, 2005report abuse
Now we are talking, this DVD seems too good to be true, I love Elvis in home movies ie 'Joe Espositos home footage' I cant wait. T C B

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