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Track Listing Upcoming Genre CDs

June 16, 2006 | Music
Here is the track listing for the upcoming "genre" CD releases "Elvis R&B", "Elvis Live" and "Elvis Movies" which will be released August 1, 2006.

Track listing "Elvis R&B":

Good Rockin' Tonight
That's All Right
Baby, Let's Play House
Lawdy, Miss Clawdy
My Baby Left Me
So Glad You're Mine
I Got A Woman
Shake, Rattle And Roll
When It Rains, It Really Pours
Tryin' To Get To You
Mystery Train
Big Boss Man
Reconsider Baby
I Feel So Bad
High Heel Sneakers
Down In The Alley
A Mess Of Blues
Stranger In My Own Home Town
Pledging My Love

Track listing "Elvis Live":

See See Rider
Johnny B. Goode
Burning Love
You Gave Me A Mountain
Never Been To Spain
You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin'
Polk Salad Annie
The Wonder Of You
Walk A Mile In My Shoes
What Now My Love
I Just Can't Help Believin'
Bridge Over Troubled Water
Mystery Train / Tiger Man
In The Ghetto
Suspicious Minds
My Way
An American Trilogy
Steamroller Blues
How Great Thou Art
Unchained Melody

Track listing "Elvis Movies":

Love Me Tender
Loving You
Jailhouse Rock
King Creole
G. I. Blues
Flaming Star
Wild In The Country
Blue Hawaii
Follow That Dream
Girls, Girls, Girls
Fun In Acapulco
Viva Las Vegas
Kissin Cousins
Girl Happy
Frankie And Johnny
Double Trouble
Easy Come, Easy Go
Stay Away, Joe
Change Of Habit
JerryNodak wrote on June 16, 2006
Definitely not buying movies. Probably not r & b. Might buy live. None of these tracklistings really excite me.
Lou A wrote on June 16, 2006
I'll be buying all three since I'm one of those Elvis collector's who collects just about all of the domestic CD's. The movie release has all TITLE SONGS from Elvis films. I think that's the first time that's been done. The R and B release has great material, but nothing we haven't had before, but it's a nice mix. The live comp is what you'd expect. I've heard that the first batch of genre releases didn't sell too well. I guess that for a lot of fans the FTD releases make comps like this expendable purchases. Still maybe there are still some people on the planet who don't have much other than #1's CD and these releases would make good introductions to the various styles of music that Elvis excelled at. BMG/Sony needs to promote these and the first batch to make that type of impact.
Steve V wrote on June 16, 2006
For the folks who only have the greatest hits (30 #1's) these are nice addtions. For us serious fans, its just more compliations thrown together. Love the R&B tracklisting though. Makes a nice exciting CD with some of the best performances of his career. Looking at the movie cd, you can see how the quality of the title songs slowly went down hill from 50's/early 60's. Passing up all 3 as you get nothing new out of these.
thenexte wrote on June 16, 2006
This is fantastic news, all three of these comps should prove to be excellent sets. Also keep in mind these will be DSD remastered from the original mastertapes for the very first time. This should make a dramatic difference especially on the live material (which have been remixed on the reissues). Definitely looking forward to them and hope that many more are being lined up for future releases (Americana,Folk, Blues, Standards, etc.).
byebye wrote on June 16, 2006
Great tracklist on the R&B for sure.. and DSD is nice. But it´s not from original master tapes Thenexte.
PTCJones wrote on June 16, 2006
The Movies collection is an interesting one. We have 8 duplicated tracks from Can't Help Falling In Love (The Hollywood Hits) rereleased in 2002. While disappointed the usual 50's tracks ended up in there (I love the songs, don't get me wrong), it's nice to see Change Of Habit and Wild In The Country.
asd123 wrote on June 17, 2006
They look much better than the previous 3 releases. Especially the tracklists seem to make sence this time!
RonBaker wrote on June 17, 2006
The Movies album just has title tracks...pretty good idea. Of course, some movies didn't have title tracks (Kid Gallahad, The Trouble with Girls, etc.). Still...this release is a no-brainer. I don't think we need another live compilation though... If they'd wanted to do a live album, they should have pleased a LOT of people and done an Elvis On Tour soundtrack album.
Ton Bruins wrote on June 17, 2006
Not interested. I all ready got this a million times. Nothing new.
PTCJones wrote on June 18, 2006
Good point RonBaker, didn't see that earlier on the movies CD.