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New CD (re)Releases

February 04, 2007 | Music
Rereleased in Germany on February 1, 2007 is the 2 CD compilation "Good Rockin' Tonight" from 2000.

Released On February 5, 2007 in France are the CDs "Don't Be Cruel" and "Lawdy Miss Clawdy". No Other information available yet.

Due for release in Germany on March 5, 2007 on the Music Sessions label is the CD entitled "Elvis Presley".

Track listing "Good Rockin' Tonight":

Disk: 1
1. That's All Right
2. Blue Moon of Kentucky
3. Hearts of Stone
4. That's All Right
5. Tweedle Dee
6. Money Honey
7. Blue Moon of Kentucky
8. I Don't Care If the Sun Don't Shine
9. That's All Right

Disk: 2
1. Good Rockin' Tonight
2. I Got a Woman
3. Tweedle Dee
4. I'm Left, You're Right, She's Gone
5. Baby Let's Play House
6. Maybellene
7. That's All Right
8. I Was the One
9. Love Me Tender
10. Hound Dog
11. Elvis Has Left the Building
Source:Various

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wayup wrote on February 05, 2007
Hayride and Little Rock 56 released for 1000 time due to finished copyright? Crappy crap. I am tired of all this s**t.
Ciscoking wrote on February 05, 2007
Why....?
Steve V wrote on February 05, 2007
Remember a time when the Hayride recordings were rare & sought after? Seems like the search was more fun back then.
Anton wrote on February 15, 2007
Hayride or Early EP hits will not be goodselling CDs. BMG should release much more profitable (only editing costs would be minimal) FTD Digipack releases like upgraded, extended & enhanced double CD of E IN PERSON, TTWII "live songs or full show" as filmed and also ON STAGE. These products would sell to the 450,000 hardcore Elvis fans worldwide, for sure. Now that's major profits for BMG-DK and EPE Mgmt. Fans reactions expected please.
Greg Nolan wrote on February 17, 2007
Why all the anger? For those who *do* care about the Hayride sessions, it's generally agreed that this is the best presentation (sound, inclusiveness, etc.) of these once-rare tapes. It's the same as reissuing "Elvis Presley" or "Elvis" : they're just keeping it in circulation for those who missed it the first time.