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The Camden Collection

May 30, 2018 | Music

With these new box sets we are celebrating the Camden compilation albums, released in the UK between 1975 and 1986.

Although a product of Pickwick International , licensed from RCA Records, these albums are lovingly referred to as Camdens , simply because of the catalogue numbers and the big capital letters "CAMDEN" on the record and cassette labels.

Despite often being dismissed by long terms fans when they were originally released, these albums were the first point of call for younger people getting into Elvis' music. The budget prices, added to the eye-catching covers meant these were albums that found their way into many a home that had never owned an Elvis record.

So, for many, there is a fondness for these releases. We hope you enjoy a trip down memory lane...with these Camden albums for the very first time on CD !

Now Released In 2 Beautiful 'clamshell' Box Sets:

  • Each Box Set Contains 6 Legendary Camden/Pickwick Albums
  • Original Album Packaging Has Been Painstakingly Restored (They All Look Like A Miniature Version Of The Original Vinyl Albums) 
  • Original Albums Tracks!
  • Each Box Includes A 12 Page Fully Illustrated Booklet With 
  • Pictures And Insightful Commentary
  • In True 'Camden' Tradition, Each Box Includes A Free Elvis (Mini) poster!

Volume 1:
- CD 1 Heartbreak Hotel 
- CD 2 The Us Male 
- CD 3 The King 
- CD 4 Suspicious Minds 
- CD 5 Flaming Star 
- CD 6 Elvis

The Elvis Presley Camden Collection Vol 1.
The Elvis Presley Camden Collection Vol 1.

Volume 2:
- CD 1 The Rock Hits 
- CD 2 It's Now Or Never 
- CD 3 Please Don't Stop Loving Me 
- CD 4 Are You Lonesome Tonight?
- CD 5 The First Ten Years 
- CD 6 The Legend

The Elvis Presley Camden Collection Vol 2.
The Elvis Presley Camden Collection Vol 2.

Get Them While You Can And Take This Trip Down To Memory Lane..................

Source:For CD Collectors Only
circleG wrote on June 04, 2018
Seperate ways and the Camden release of You'll Never Walk Alone LP would have been excellent additions. The gospel album would have been a no brainer I would have thought.