A new import CD entitled "Elvis - Greatest Hits Volume Two" is due for release soon. The cover art should be reminiscent of the original volume one released by RCA. This release will be pressed in very limited quantity.
1- My Boy 3:02 (undubbed master) / 2- When I'm Over You 3:31 (unedited undubbed master) / 3- Steamroller Blues 3:01 (Memphis, TN March 16, 1974 AS) / 4- It's Midnight 3:13 (Las Vegas, NV September 2, 1974 CS) / 5- You Don't Have To Say You Love Me 2:05 (Macon, GA April 24, 1975) / 6- For The Good Times 3:03 (Richmond, VA April 10, 1972) / 7- I Just Can't Help Believin' 4:56 (rehearsal, July 24, 1970) / 8- Little Sister 1:55 (Alexandria, LA March 30, 1977) / 9- America The Beautiful 2:12 (Charlotte, NC March 20, 1976) / 10- Make The World Go Away 3:36 (undubbed) / 11- Patch It Up 3:33 (rehearsal, August 10, 1970) / 12- Hurt 2:09 (Johnson City, TN March 17, 1976) / 13- Down In The Alley 2:08 (rehearsal, August 16, 1974) / 14- And I Love You So 2:25 (West Palm Beach, FL February 13, 1977) / 15- Just Pretend 3:38 (rehearsal , July 24, 1970) / 16- It's Now Or Never 2:16 (rehearsal, July 29, 1970) / 17- Never Been To Spain 3:25 (Richmond, VA April 10, 1972) / 18- Loving Arms 2:52 (undubbed master) / 19- Suspicious Minds 5:15 (rehearsal, July 24, 1970) / 20- Return To Sender 1:56 (Hampton Roads, VA August 1, 1976 AS) / 21- That's All Right 1:48 (Memphis, TN July 5, 1976) / 22- I'm Leavin' 3:15 (Boston, MA November 10, 1971) / 23- Polk Salad Annie 4:30 (Las Vegas, NV February 1970) / 24- Love Letters 2:34 (San Francisco, CA November 28, 1976) 25- Unchained Melody 2:25 (Montgomery, AL February 16, 1977)
Elvis - Greatest Hits Volume TwoNovember 17, 2007 | Music Source:For CD Collectors Only
Dorulet wrote on November 17, 2007
Well, this compilation would be worth getting in my opinion...
Jerome wrote on November 17, 2007
anyone familiar to the song 'Something Old'? Don't know why it suddenly comes to mind..
Elvisnites wrote on November 17, 2007
Actually number 20-Return To Sender pops out at me.
Greg Nolan wrote on November 18, 2007
Why? It's not like it hasn't been released before -in the original setting no less. That's the problem with these sets of previously heard music (even from the "rare" import world ) -this is just a hodgepodge of existing material, isn't it? What's the attraction? At import prices, as with the "Tiger Man" rehash import comps, why bother?
FJE wrote on November 18, 2007
There's only one way to stop these kind of releases. Do NOT buy! I never do.
mature_elvis_fan75 wrote on November 18, 2007
YOu would be surprised what people will buy,or maybe you woundt be,it amezes me what people will pay money for,those tigerman cd's do sell,why ill never know! these kind of releases are what i thought all imports were like before i got some knowledge way back when!
theoldscudder wrote on November 18, 2007
A big AH BA FONGOOL!
Bestoftherest8301 wrote on November 18, 2007
Yes, a re-hash of material already issued, but where is the new stuff going to come from? I'm sorry, but everything is exhausted, unless by some miracle someone turns up something that has laid dormant for 30-50 years, we ain't going to get anything that we haven't seen or heard before. Even some (most) of the FTD stuff has been kicking around for some while. Me, I'm shutting up shop, just FTD's from now on, unless there is another gem that MRS can dig up. Tupelo's Own was the best buy for years - a priceless gem!
Tony D. wrote on November 22, 2007
'mature_elvis_fan' - you surprise me! A negative response!!!