A 3 CD budget box set entitled "Loving You" will be released by Not Now Music on January 14, 2008.
Blue Suede Shoes
Long Tall Sally
That's All Right
Blue Moon Of Kentucky
Don't Be Cruel
Rip It Up
Shake, Rattle And Roll
Good Rockin' Tonight
Baby Let's Play House
I Got A Woman
My Baby Left Me
Lawdy, Miss Clawdy
Young And Beautiful
I Want To Be Free
Don't Leave Me Now
(You're So Square) Baby I Don't Care
Mean Woman Blues
(Let Me Be Your) Teddy Bear
Got A Lot Of Livin' To Do!
Don't Leave Me Now
Have I Told You Lately That I Love You?
I Need You So
All Shook Up
When My Blue Moon Turns To Gold
I Want You, I Need You, I Love You
I Was The One
How Do You Think I Feel?
Trying To Get To You
I'm Gonna Sit Right Down And Cry (Over You)
Playing For Keeps
Anyway You Want Me (That's How I Will Be)
How's The World Treating You?
Anyplace Is Paradise
One-Sided Love Affair
So Glad You're Mine
I Forgot To Remember To Forget
Love Me Tender
Loving You 3CD BoxJanuary 05, 2008 | Music Source:Play
JerryNodak wrote on January 05, 2008
I just don't have these songs anywhere. I'll just have to buy this collection. NOT!! Would be a decent collection for a newbie though.
Jumpin Jehosaphat wrote on January 05, 2008
another photo developed backwards. some people cant do anything right, or should i say left since Elvis' left is now on his right, so i'm left your right this is gone, gone to the scrap yard where it belongs.
Mofoca22 wrote on January 06, 2008
man another cd with the exact same line up? what the heck cant people be original i make my own stuff and i do a better job than real record companies why cant anyone else do better? and why is it always his 50's stuff i want to see some 70's stuff released for once
Greg Nolan wrote on January 06, 2008
Well, not the same *exact* line-up - apparently, the 1957 masters (including "Loving You") are fair game, thanks to public domain law, which under normal circumstances I generally support. This is more evidence that the end of the CD era - if there is any upside- is a good thing as the distribution for such sets is nowhere near where it would have been even five years ago. These "piggy-back" / copy-cat El Cheapo releases *won't* have the opportunity to rip off people the way they would have when there were actual record stores left. Now, it's just Wal-Mart, Best-Buy, K-Mart, Barnes & Noble and a few others in the US - plus the few die-hard independents one can occasionally find. So come on, collectors, shun these crappy releases. Collectible? Only to the buyer!
Harvey Alexander wrote on January 06, 2008
As long as the British Government refuse to change the copyright laws (which they don't fully appreciate the value or workings of), these rip-off releases will continue to cheapen our man's music. Mind you, not as much as 'Baby Let's Play House' remixes from Mars by Johnny Foreigner.
Jerome wrote on January 06, 2008
No Not Now!!.. (where's Old Shep?)
mature_elvis_fan75 wrote on January 07, 2008
As i say with all releases like this,there is always people ready to buy it,and the makers of these types of things know that,so its not gonna end!