Elvis - The Ultimate Collection - Vol. 2

Set for release January 4, 2004 is the second volume of this groundbreaking series about Elvis Presley. This volume consists of seven programmes containing rarely seen home movies, film clips, live performance footage and exclusive interviews. Programme titles: The Hollywood Years 1962-1969, The Army Years, Elvis And Priscilla, The Intimate Loves of Elvis, A Man and His Music, The Day The Music Died. As a extra the you get "The Colonel" - examing the relationship between Elvis and his manager.
Source: Blackstar / Updated: Nov 27, 2003 

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phurren (profilecontact) wrote on Nov 29, 2003report abuse
Thanks midnight - can you tell me what the difference is? The episode titles are the same as some of the ones on 'The Definitive Elvis'.
midnight (profilecontact) wrote on Nov 29, 2003report abuse
Hi again, No phurren this isn't the same as the difinitive.
And elvisbaby,this is NOT the same as the Vol 1 in the white cover, it is a NEW and different one, so get the white one as planned for christmas, and perhaps the black (Vol 2) for your birthday!.
elvisbaby (profilecontact) wrote on Nov 28, 2003report abuse
i dont understand - does this one include the last one or is it another one? cos the last one with the white background is on my christmas list (its full of all things elvis related :) ) but if this one includes both then i will wait til my b/day in january :)please reply
phurren (profilecontact) wrote on Nov 28, 2003report abuse
Is this not just the same as the 8-disc box set 'The Definitive Collection' from last year that now isn't allowed to be sold anymore?
midnight (profilecontact) wrote on Nov 27, 2003report abuse
I guess this cover is simply carrying on the theme/style of the cover of Vol 1, as vol1 had a white background with gold glasses, this has black background with chrome glasses, I'm all for keeping the theme on covers, though i admit the covers arn't very inspiring! would have been nice to have had some Elvis photo/s or artwork!.
Jim Semple (profilecontact) wrote on Nov 27, 2003report abuse
Diabolical cover, looks like a Dame Edna Everage Special.

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