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Elvis At The Movies

April 16, 2007 | Music
Although SONY/ BMG didn't want the news on new releases to be public yet, the title "Elvis At The Movies" is already available at several on-line shops. It is due for release on Tuesday, June 05, 2007 according to CD Universe.

Track Listing:

DISC 1: 1. Love Me Tender 2. (Let Me Be Your) Teddy Bear 3. Jailhouse Rock 4. Treat Me Nice 5. Hard Headed Woman 6. King Creole 7. G.I. Blues 8. Frankfort Special 9. Flaming Star 10. Lonely Man 11. Can't Help Falling In Love 12. Blue Hawaii 13. Rock-A-Hula Baby 14. Follow That Dream 15. King Of The Whole Wide World 16. Return To Sender 17. One Broken Heart For Sale 18. They Remind Me Too Much Of You 19. Bossa Nova Baby 20. Viva Las Vegas

DISC 2: 1. What'd I Say 2. Kissin' Cousins 3. Little Egypt 4. Do The Clam 5. (Such An) Easy Question 6. I'm Yours 7. Shake That Tambourine 8. Frankie And Johnny 9. This Is My Heaven 10. All That I Am 11. I'll Be Back 12. Long Legged Girl (With The Short Dress On) 13. Clambake 14. Let Yourself Go 15. Stay Away 16. Little Less Conversation, A 17. Charro! 18. Clean Up Your Own Backyard 19. Rubbermeckin"
Source:CD Universe
Tomek wrote on April 16, 2007
It's only possible with Elvis' releases. His own company don't want anybody to know that they will release new album. Great idea, maybe nobody will buy it, buhehehe. That's realy great strategy - well done BMG, I suggest to eare Elvis' name from CD, this way nobody will find it anywhere.
JerryNodak wrote on April 16, 2007
Well, it's still looks like the same tracklisting as in the earlier "leaked" announcement. Wasn't going to buy it then, and I'm still not interested.
Jerome wrote on April 17, 2007
I miss some good moviesongs on this release which could be included. I'm not being negative, but Clambake?
GEORGE (GK) wrote on April 17, 2007
RCA should just re-release the Movie soundtracks- in the "double Features" series at budget prices. Casual fans, watching an Elvis film, might, want more, than just a song, or two, from a particuliar movie. RCA, has already released a few " best of " the movie soundtracks. Why would they release another one, when the song selection is basically the same?
FLY-TROUBLE! wrote on April 17, 2007
"RCA, has already released a few " best of " the movie soundtracks. Why would they release another one, when the song selection is basically the same?" Because of the quick bucks:)
yelserp wrote on April 17, 2007
Hi GK - The only trouble with the 'double features' series is the sound quality on a number of the tracks - maybe if they remastered them all and released them in the right order (Kissin Cousins and Clambake just don't go together) then they might be worth a purchase. The majority will eventually be released thru the FTD label. I do much prefer another soundtrack re-issue rather than yet another 'love', 'gospel', 'country' or 'hits' collection. There are a lot of gems in those movies.
Steve V wrote on April 17, 2007
I liked the Double Features cds despite some of the flaws. Great bang for the buck. Imagine 2 soundtracks for 1/3 the price of an FD sondtrack! But I heard these were Elvis's worse selling CDs ever, so I dont think they will ever be reissued. As it is I only played some of them once to hear them. Will I ever have the urge to hear Clambake again? I doubt it. Loved some of the others though.
Mofoca22 wrote on April 17, 2007
its ironic that a few people are talking about the double features releases. i was listening to them today and i must agree with you all that they should remaster them and re-release them all and in order. it would be nice to see the progression of his voice from movie to movie. i didnt mind that they were separated though cuz no matter what the music is good . this cd release though i might buy it but i might not. it looks too familiar it looks like the command performnaces release from 1994 or whenever it was.
Devon wrote on April 18, 2007
I bought this at a store called Rare Bird here in the godd old U.S.A. about 6 months ago its a good buy for any one who likes Elvis.
Viva wrote on April 18, 2007
They could and should be a lot more creative with their releases. It's the same old ideas, re-packaged and re-sold without any thought or consideration of making these great tracks more widely available and/or desirable to the general record buying public. Although, I would hardly call "Clambake" a great track. It's good, but not great.