The Polish newspaper "Gazeta Wyborcza" (one of the biggest in Poland) will release a special promo CD. The complete tracklisting is not available yet, but it should contain all the biggest hits by Elvis Presley.
Fans interested in the CD can contact the Polish fan club through the link below.
does every newspaper in Eastern Europe give the reader a free Elvis-cd?..
Poland is actually the Central Europe. But "no", theres only one newspaper here to release such a CD. And it's a Sony Music product. And it's not free. You can but newspaper without CD, or pay more and get the CD as bonus. Same newspaper here is releasing complete dicography of Queen with very nice booklets every week. Too bad Elvis didn't get such treatment, cause those Queen albums looks great.
Jerome, I think it's better idea than - in my opinion - awful remixes. OK, A Little Less Conversation was fine (it was a surprise to me), so was Rubberneckin'. In those days it's very easy to do a little cut here, a little cut there with an original recording and put some echo/reverb (or any other stuff)... To alter an old recording is very easy, easier than produce something new (that's called: "being creative"). I'm not against Spankox, but his (and any other guys in the furture) so-called "work" on Elvis' music. To put it in other words: I prefer such CD rather than a new "remix masterpiece". And it's not because I'm from Poland, believe me
1) Winter Wonderland
2) Here Comes Santa Claus
3) Blue Christmas
4) Santa Bring My Baby Back To Me
5) I'll Be Home For Christmas
6) Santa Claus Is Back In Town
7) O Little Town Of Bethlehem
8) Silver Bells
9) O Come, All Ye Faithful
10) Silent Night
The CD promotes Christmas Peace and it is an Official BMG release.