Elvis Is Back

Waxtime will release Elvis Is Back with a new cover on 180g Vinyl on September 20, 2013.

Side A:
Make Me Know It - Fever - The Girl Of My Best Friend - I Will Be Home Again - Dirty, Dirty Feeling - Thrill Of Your Love

Side B:
Soldier Boy - Such A Night - It Feels So Right - Girl Next Door Went A'Walking - Like A Baby - Reconsider Baby

Source: Elvis Club Berlin / Updated: Aug 12, 2013
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marco31768 (profilecontact) wrote on Nov 2, 2013report abuse
I'm so bored about Jerome's comments... Please, let us know something serious about Elvis, dear Jerome!!!
little jimmy tompkin (profilecontact) wrote on Aug 14, 2013report abuse
£13 at Amazon - bargain even if you just frame the album !
JerryNodak (profilecontact) wrote on Aug 13, 2013report abuse
Waxtime? Okay, these PD Re releases just keep on coming. I don't like the new cover any more than I liked the old one.
Great music, but I don't need this.
Deano1 (profilecontact) wrote on Aug 13, 2013report abuse
The Grammys tried (in their own pathetic way) to include rock and roll in 1960 by inventing a category called "Best Performance by a Top 40 Artist". "Big Hunk" was nominated, but the award went to Nat "King" Cole for a song that didn't even reach the top 40. I realize the category didn't say the song had to reach the top 40, but still come on! The song was "Midnight Flyer". Anyone remember it??? It is also funny in 1960 (awards for 1959) that the Grammys gave Bobby Darin the award for best new artist. This completely ignored that he had a big rock and roll record with "Splish Splash" in 1958! It is funny today to see the Grammys fall all over themselves to include popular music, but how they totally ignored the popular music scene in the late 50's and early 60's...Regarding the LP listed above...I bought the "King Creole" soundtrack at half price books that was released with a different cover and company. It had surprisingly great sound. I hope that Waxtime respects this great LP with good sound. I still have no reason for it unless I find it at hpb for $10.
Troubleman (profilecontact) wrote on Aug 13, 2013report abuse
Jerome – The Grammy Awards only started in 1958, while Old shep was released in 1956. Remember that as far as the Grammy’s are concerned, Elvis was only a good ‘gospel singer’; he only won three Grammys all for gospel performances.
Even though he was nominated for such songs as ‘A fool such as I’, ‘A big hunk o’ love’, ‘Are you lonesome tonight’ and posthumously – ‘Softly as I leave you’, he never won anything for those! Check the Grammy website for those who won instead of him! Had the Grammys existed in 1956, would he have won for ‘Heartbreak hotel’, ‘Don’t be cruel’ or ‘Love me tender’? Maybe, but I doubt it. The Grammys never gave Elvis the respect he truly deserved. - TCB
Jerome (profilecontact) wrote on Aug 13, 2013report abuse
Thank you. It certainly helps. I find it amazing you can read it and I can't. And regarding Old Shep, it never gets the recognition it deserves. Strangely there was no Grammy for it.. politics I gues...
Tracey Jayne (profilecontact) wrote on Aug 12, 2013report abuse
Jerome, I am sure you really know what's written but just in case in the top left hand corner it states 'stereo' and the right hand corner the circle symbol is 'waxtime' and of course underneath Elvis is Back is the song listing. Have really tried here but cannot see 'Old Shep' on track listing so don't ask??......hopes this helps.
Jerome (profilecontact) wrote on Aug 12, 2013report abuse
Could someone please advise what's writtin in white?..

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