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Details 40 Greatest Hits

July 24, 2007 | Music
Here are the track listing and cover art of the "40 Greatest Hits" compilation from the "Greatest Hits" label which was released July 18, 2007. Product Description from Amazon: Two CD 'Deluxe Edition' in cardboard gatefold sleeve featuring 40 of the King's finest '50s recordings. Each disc features 20 original gems including all his major hits like 'Blue Suede Shoes','Hound Dog','That's All Right','Don't Be Cruel','Heartbreak Hotel','Love Me Tender' and many more. This is one heck of collection featuring the songs that helped change the face of music forever. Greatest Hits. 2007. Track listing: 1. Blue Suede Shoes 2. Hound Dog 3. That's All Right 1:58 4. Just Because 2:34 5. Long Tall Sally 6. Blue Moon 7. Money Honey 8. Tutti Frutti 9. Good Rockin' Tonight 10. Paralyzed 11. Mistery Train 12. Ready Teddy 13. When My Blue Moon Turns To Gold Again 14. Too Much 15. I'm Left, You're Right, She's Gone 16. Milkcow Blues Boogie 17. I Forgot To Remember To Forget 18. One-Sided Love Affair 19. Baby Let's Play House 20. Shake, Rattle And Roll 21. Rip It Up 22. Don't Be Cruel 23. Heartbreak Hotel 24. How Do You Think I Feel 25. Blue Moon Of Kentucky 26. Love Me Tender 27. Anyplace Is Paradise 28. Trying To Get To You 29. Lawdy, Miss Clawdy 30. My Baby Left Me 31. I'm Gonna Sit Right Down And Cry (Over You) 32. I Want You, I Need You, I Love You 33. I Don't Care If The Sun Don't Shine 34. Playing For Keeps 35. I Was The One 36. So Glad You're Mine 37. I'm Counting On You 38. You're A Heartbreaker 39. I Got A Woman 40. Any Way You Want Me (That's How I Will Be)
Tony C wrote on July 24, 2007
This should have been named "40 Greatest Hits: The Very Best of The Out of Copyright Material by Elvis Presley"!
Jerome wrote on July 24, 2007
do they think people are stupid or something?
stanton wrote on July 24, 2007
I was in the Media Market - our biggest media store chain in Germany- today and had time to doze around in there. All I found was remakes and remakes and remakes, mostly of the early years at the time. CDs as well as DVDs. Elvis had so many fantastic songs he did in the 70ies that are still unpopulair, some even unknown to most people. I have them mostly on MP3`s - and I am sure they would be fascinating a whole lot of (maybe even) new Elvis Listeners and along with this Elvis Lovers. Why do they always bring out the same known titles, with a new cover? Some day people will stop buying them, because they won´t have the money any more for buying tracks they already have 5-6 times in their shelves just because of the new cover, and just because they want the market on Elvis to stay up on top, which many fans do, I know, `cause they say so. I think that it would be about time to change the selection of songs and add on some (maybe live recorded) candids. To keep the fire burning also for those that are not as deep into Elvis like maybe me and some other "hardcorers". And to get some new people "hooked" on our man.
rosiel wrote on July 24, 2007
Slava actually said something positive.........keep practising, love.
JerryNodak wrote on July 26, 2007
I suppose if you're a newbie this would be a good starter collection. I have all these songs many times over. So this set holds no allure for me.
sohigh wrote on August 06, 2007
The same stuff over and over again. How many "Greatest Hits" needs this world???