Elvis Coming Home

For the first time in over a year, an all new Star DVD release titled ‘ELVIS COMING HOME’ will be released in May 2010. This Star DVD collection will feature an all new mixture of Elvis songs and clips with highlights from the fascinating late sixties period. This is Pure Elvis Magic featuring typical Star video edits and mixes.

This is the first time that an all new Star DVD release will be factory pressed and available on a professional commercial DVD disc. These will be available through your favourite local Elvis dealer and a trailer promo clip for this release can be seen shortly.

The excellent sharp video mixes with brand new edited videos include the following songs:

Guitar Man, Big Boss Man, Edge of Reality, Going Home, Just Call Me Lonesome, Wonderful World, Fools Fall in Love, You Don’t Know Me, Clean Up Your Own Backyard, Rubberneckin’, A Little Less Conversation, It Hurts Me, Let Yourself Go, Power of My Love, Tomorrow is A Long Time, Singing Tree, I’m Movin’ On, Come What May, All I Needed Was the Rain, Charro!, Almost in Love, U.S. Male, Too Much Monkey Business, Stay Away, Almost
 

Source: Elvis Information Network / Updated: Apr 30, 2010 
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snowplow floater (profilecontact) wrote on May 6, 2010report abuse
Wow, this has an excellent collection of songs. Most of these originally only made it on to the Camden budget label, which made them affordable and got lots of people into Elvis, but really most of these tracks are Elvis classics.
japio (profilecontact) wrote on May 5, 2010report abuse
Look guys. It's you like it or not. Most of the fans can download it for free. And yes it save a lot of money.And please buy a decent elvis product. Think before you'll buy this. All the things they used are wellknown. So buy yourself software and a few dvd-r and voila you'll save more money for better releases. In my opinion are these guys not Elvis Fans. Do we get new footage? . Do we get unreleased music? . No only cut and paste clips.
davrid (profilecontact) wrote on May 3, 2010report abuse
Actually, Dannyboy, in both instances you're breaching the copyright - makes no difference whether it's for financail gain or not. But, that wasn't my point. Regardless of whether anyone feels they could produce something smilar at home -which frankly I doubt, otherwise youtube would be full of this kind of stuff - why would anyone want to devote hours and hours of painstaking syncing etc, when you can just pay €20 and enjoy doing other things in the meantime. You can take your analogy and apply to anything eg why buy another Elvis cd ever again, be it from Sony or a bootlegger, when you can invariably do it yourself at home....
dannyboy1 (profilecontact) wrote on May 3, 2010report abuse
Jimmy, you pretty well hit the nail on the head with your comments.

Davrid, you gave me a good laugh. You say someone who does their own editing for their own enjoyment or to share with friends or fellow fans for no financial gain has "...one sad empty life." Yet a bootlegger who steals and recycles copyrighted material and sells the result to hapless fans for his own financial gain is okay?
Bestoftherest8301 (profilecontact) wrote on May 2, 2010report abuse
Well, if you can find me the original footage of Elvis performing One Night of Sin, I'd settle for that compared to an overdub. Do you have it Harvey? No, then guess you'll have to remain intrigued, :( Seriously though Harvey, ignoring the neg comments here, the STAR DVD's produce some really unexpected, entertaining results by overdubbing alternate audio takes on to video footage not only from live performances but also his movies too. May not be your bag, but some of us enjoy it.
Harvey Alexander (profilecontact) wrote on May 2, 2010report abuse
Why would anyone want to see '50s recordings dubbed onto '68 footage? What's the point? Do tell, I'm intrigued.
Bestoftherest8301 (profilecontact) wrote on May 2, 2010report abuse
Not as silly as you may think. Star have overdubbed 50's and early 60's audio onto footage from the '68 special and it works surprisingly well. However, the issue is that ,according to some, it's so easy to do (and therefore I conclude also quick to do) - I want to see how easy and how quick. Not seen any results so far.... clock's ticking guys :). So, I'll extend the challenge to include an overdub of said song onto 50's video footage, lypsynced and, of course, without fade transitions overlapping.
JimmyCool (profilecontact) wrote on May 1, 2010report abuse
"try an overdub of 'one night of sin' onto video clips of one night with you (from say the 68 comeback special....)" It would be silly to use 1968's footage on a 1957 recording... it wouldn't look right! The better thing to do would be using clips from the TV shows, Tupelo 56-57 and the four pre-army movies... plenty to choose from ;)
commoneverybody (profilecontact) wrote on May 1, 2010report abuse
Totally agree 8301 !! Its so easy to critisize behind your PC. I have all STAR dvds, and most of them are really good. The only minus for me is the louzy cover artwork they use for the pressed dvds....that could have done so much better, but besides that, hands up for STAR!
Bestoftherest8301 (profilecontact) wrote on May 1, 2010report abuse
Easy to criticize other people's efforts. I have the majority of Star's DVD's and I am more than happy with them. So here's a challenge, if you think you can do better, let's see some of your efforts, try an overdub of 'one night of sin' onto video clips of one night with you (from say the 68 comeback special....), post them on you tube when you've finished and we'll let you know what we think.
davrid (profilecontact) wrote on May 1, 2010report abuse
Yeah maybe but some of us have better things to do - if you really have the time to do this, you must have one sad empty life. The rest of us will happily pay our €20 and devote the saved time to wine, woman and song - the latter Elvis obviously!
JimmyCool (profilecontact) wrote on Apr 30, 2010report abuse
The thing with STAR is that they have very good ideas, but the result is not good... they should at least use first generation copies of clips (from DVD source), correct aspect radio, and good sound (not MP3's source). I can do the same thing they do (minus those silly ugly lookin' "special" effects) on my PC and it looks and sound awesome... Hey, maybe I should start my own company! :D
dannyboy1 (profilecontact) wrote on Apr 30, 2010report abuse
You've Got To Be Kidding! Anyone can do this kind of thing on their home PCs. There is nothing new on these at all. I watched a few STAR DVDs but couldn't stand the use of two blurred images overlapping in the centre of the screen - just horrible. And frequently stretching pictures out of their correct aspect ratio? Unforgivable. I don't know if the person still uses these techniques, but they are what turned me off years ago. My advice: Leave it alone, people. Save your money for the next FTD.
Ciscoking (profilecontact) wrote on Apr 30, 2010report abuse
You can`t go wrong with STAR.....it stands for quality..

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