Elvis Presley: 30th Anniversary Edition Collector

Released on the MBL / AAmc label on November 20, 2007 in France is the 4 CD long-box set entitled "Elvis Presley: 30th Anniversary Edition Collector".

CD 1:
Heartbreak Hotel - I Was The One - Blue Suede Shoes - Tutti Frutti - That´s All Right - Blue Moon Of Kentucky - Good Rockin´ Tonight - I Don´t Care If The Sun Don´t Shine - Milkow Blues Boogie - You´re A Heartbreakter - Baby Let´s Play House - I´m Left, You´re Right, She´s Gone

CD 2:
Mystery Train - I Forgot To Remember To Forget - I Love You Because - Just Because - Trying To Get To You - I´ll Never Let You Go - Blue Moon - I´m Counting On you - I Got A Woman - One Side Love Affair - I´m Gonna Sit Right Down And Cry - Money Honey

CD 3:
Hound Dog - Don´t Be Cruel - Lawdy, Mis Clawdy - Shake, Rattle And Roll - I Want You, I Need You, I Love You - Me Baby Left Me - Love Me Tender - Let Me - Poor Boy - We´re Gonna Move - Rip It Up - Love Me

CD 4:
When My Blue Moon Turns To Gold Again - Long Tall Sally - First In Line - Paralysed - So Glad You´re Mine - Old Shep - Ready Teddy - Anyplace Is Paradise - How´s The World Treating You - How Do You Think I Feel - Too Much - Any Way You Want Me

Updated: Dec 29, 2007 
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Steve V (profilecontact) wrote on Jan 8, 2008report abuse
If you are going to rip-off the King Of Rock N Roll 50's Masters boxset, at least put the songs in a sensible order!
Devon (profilecontact) wrote on Jan 6, 2008report abuse
Its just another remake of a box set they put out 15 years ago.
elvis_aotc (profilecontact) wrote on Dec 30, 2007report abuse
It's for sure a rip off edition. If you not allready have it, buy the real 'EVIS THE KING OF ROCK AND ROLL THE COMPLETE 50'S MASTERS' You get arround 30 songs on each of the 5 cd's. This one has 12 songs on each of the 4 cd's. BMG/ Sony has lost there ways.......
Greg Nolan (profilecontact) wrote on Dec 30, 2007report abuse
With the strong exception of the MEMPHIS RECORDING SERVICE label which at least tries to out-do FTD, these public domain releases of Elvis from '54-56 (now '57?), are about the only reason I can be glad that nearly all record stores in the USA have or will soon be closing. So who's going to see them? Not me, thank goodness.
FJE (profilecontact) wrote on Dec 29, 2007report abuse
aka "The 50th Copyright Anniversary Rip-Off Edition"!

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