Details - Icons 2

Released February 25th. 2008 is a second volume of an Elvis Presley CD in the "Icons" budget series. The first volume topped the UK Budget CD chart for many weeks in a row.

Tracklisting:

Disc 1

1 All Shook Up 1.59
2 Jailhouse Rock 2.29
3 Heartbreak Hotel 2.09
4 Loving You 2.14
5 Blue Suede Shoes 2.02
6 Don't Leave Me Now 2.07
7 I'm Left, You're Right, She's Gone 2.40
8 Playing For Keeps 2.52
9 Money Honey 2.37
10 Party 1.29
11 I Love You Because 2.44
12 Treat Me Nice 2.13
13 I Don't Care If The Sun Don't Shine 2.31
14 First In Line 3.26
15 Poor Boy 2.16
16 I Was The One 2.37
17 Any Way You Want Me (That's How I Will Be) 2.17
18 Milkcow Blues Boogie 2.41
19 Paralyzed 2.26
20 Lawdy Miss Clawdy 2.12
21 Lonesome Cowboy 3.03
22 Just Because 2.35
23 Have I Told You Lately That I Love You? 2.34
24 Love Me 2.46
25 Got A Lot O' Livin' To Do! 2.32

Disc 2

1 (Let Me Be Your) Teddy Bear 1.47
2 That's All Right (Mama) 1.59
3 Hound Dog 2.18
4 Blue Moon 2.42
5 (You're So Square) Baby I Don't Care 1.54
6 We're Gonna Move 2.32
7 Good Rockin' Tonight 2.15
8 Young And Beautiful 2.05
9 Too Much 2.33
10 I Forgot To Remember To Forget 2.32
11 When My Blue Moon Turns To Gold Again 2.24
12 That's When Your Heartaches Begin 3.23
13 Mystery Train 2.31
14 Don't Be Cruel 2.04
15 I Want To Be Free 2.15
16 Rip It Up 1.54
17 Mean Woman Blues 2.18
18 Old Shep 4.11
19 Baby Let's Play House 2.19
20 I Want You, I Need You, I Love You 2.41
21 My Baby Left Me 2.13
22 Love Me Tender 2.46
23 Trying To Get To You 2.35
24 Blue Moon Of Kentucky 2.05
25 (There'll Be) Peace In The Valley (For Me)! 3.21
Source: Zavvi - On-line store / Updated: Apr 13, 2008 
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Reactions

Harvey Alexander (profilecontact) wrote on Apr 17, 2008report abuse
But Jehosaphat is okay?
Jumpin Jehosaphat (profilecontact) wrote on Apr 15, 2008report abuse
Harvey, what a name nobody in their right mind would be named harvey, sounds like something the cat dragged in and Jackie Gleasson threw out before his Stage Show.
Steve V (profilecontact) wrote on Apr 15, 2008report abuse
Harvey is right folks. Its scary reading some of these posts from people taking names from Elvis movie characters. That in itself says a lot about the mentality here.
Harvey Alexander (profilecontact) wrote on Apr 15, 2008report abuse
"I would have watched him read the newspaper" Why? You are obviously easily pleased. That's why Elvis fans are looked upon as easy touches. "Give 'em any old crap and they'll eat it up". No wonder Sony BMG continue to rehash the same old stuff. It's because people like you will buy it. As long as it's got Elvis' name on.

And Lamp Light, I come on here and joke the way I do because it needs to be joked about. Otherwise I'd go crazy believing you lot were genuinely as crazy as you sound. And if I didn't genuinely like Elvis I wouldn't be here. Dig him for his best music and what he did to change the music world, but ignore the crap that gets attached to it - be it remixes or whatever.
Steve V (profilecontact) wrote on Apr 15, 2008report abuse
OK Jerry - Golden Coins to you!
JerryNodak (profilecontact) wrote on Apr 15, 2008report abuse
It may well have been his must fruitful period (depending on your definition), but it is also the Elvis I listen to least. Let's see, when is the last time I listened to anything from the '50s? About 6 months ago as I recall. You'll have to excuse me now. I hear the "Harum Scarum" soundtrack calling me.
lonnie beale (profilecontact) wrote on Apr 15, 2008report abuse
I wish I could have been one of the blue rinse ladies in Vegas. And yes I could have watched him sitting and reading a newspaper. Clown suit? There must have been some pretty funky cool clowns in your part of the the world Harvey.
lamp light (profilecontact) wrote on Apr 15, 2008report abuse
Look Mr. Harvey Alexander i'm getting just a little sick and tired of reading your opinions of Elvis on this web site. If you don't like Elvis and all you want to do is make fun and poke jokes at him why are you on this web site?
Steve V (profilecontact) wrote on Apr 15, 2008report abuse
The 50's were Elvis' most fruitful period(yes the critics are right on this) when he really cared about the product he put out and the quality of the music. Just look at this diverse track list. The majority of the 60's were lost for the most part in a haze of subpar soundtrack recordings and in the 70's he mostly became a singer of other peoples songs, with a few good originals in the mix.
Jerome (profilecontact) wrote on Apr 15, 2008report abuse
:-) that's his out-of-bed look..
Harvey Alexander (profilecontact) wrote on Apr 15, 2008report abuse
That isn't Elvis on the cover because he's not wearing a clown suit with spangles and rhinestones on it. And where are the mutton chop sideburns? We should be told. I think it's an impersonator myself. The real Elvis is the one who sang 'My Way' to blue rinse ladies in Vegas.
Jumpin Jehosaphat (profilecontact) wrote on Apr 15, 2008report abuse
To Jerome, No actually thats the Fire Hydrant used by Old Shep
Jerome (profilecontact) wrote on Apr 14, 2008report abuse
is that really Elvis on the cover?..
elviskid80 (profilecontact) wrote on Apr 13, 2008report abuse
i Dont Care For The 50s Presley .I Think He Was Much Better In The 60s And 70s Just My Opinion.
elviskid80 (profilecontact) wrote on Apr 13, 2008report abuse
What Is It With All Theese Damn Re Releses . Why Dont They Relese Something Worth Buying Greedy S.O.Bs
lonnie beale (profilecontact) wrote on Apr 13, 2008report abuse
volume one was sold for less then £2. and this one has old shep so that should please someone- just wonder if it is the original or rock n roll 2 version. cant wait.
Jumpin Jehosaphat (profilecontact) wrote on Apr 13, 2008report abuse
Budget or not looks like it was very well put together

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