Dynamic Entertainment Ltd has released a 3CD box set (DYN 3137-3) in Australia imported from the EC. Simply titled "Elvis Presley", it features 10 "licensed" Sun & RCA studio tracks (disc 1) and 14 "live" Elvis recordings from the 1950s (disc 2) with the third disc being five interviews. The "live" recordings are standard Louisiana Hayride recordings.
The tracks are Heartbreak Hotel, Long Tall Sally, Blue Moon of Kentucky (2 versions), Tweedle Dee, Good Rockin' Tonight (2 versions), Milkcow Blues Boogie, That's Alright Mama (2 versions), You're A Heartbreaker, Baby Let's Play House (2 versions), Blue Suede Shoes, I Forgot To Remember To Forget, I Don't Care If The Sun Don't Shine, Mystery Train, Maybelline, I Got A Woman (2 live versions), I'm Left You're Right She's Gone, Hound Dog, Money Honey and I Was The One.
The five interviews were recorded in Texarkana (1955), Witchita Falls (1956), Lacrosse (1956), Little Rock (1956) and Ottowa, Canada (1957).
New CD Release In AustraliaJanuary 01, 2007 | Music Source:Elvis Information Network
JimmyCool wrote on January 01, 2007
Same ol', same ol'... Happy New Year!
dannyboy1 wrote on January 02, 2007
Man, I get sick of these endless reissues of the Hayride materials. These historic recordings have been completely trivialised by being put out on scores of CD's by people wanting to make a quick buck without having to pay royalties. Now they've also started including legitimate official recordings that have passed the 50-year old mark. If something isn't done about this, then Elvis' entire catalogue is going to be turned to shambles over the next 20 years.
Dixieland Rock wrote on January 02, 2007
BigRedGG wrote on January 02, 2007
Zzzzzzzzzzz Why?? Also why is the cover shot always so inappropriate on these shi##y releases!!
mature_elvis_fan75 wrote on January 04, 2007
Its simple big red,it because they are what you said they are!