A nice CD for the collectors and a nice tradition from Lisa and Priscilla.more
Updated: Jan 11, 2004
Twenty-eight years to the day that Elvis performed at the Broome County Veterans memorial Arena a CD containing that concert is released.more
Updated: May 27, 2005
The third batch of Camden Classics has been reissued by BMG, “Separate Ways” and “Burning Love And Hits From His Movies”.more
Updated: Jul 15, 2007
ElvisNews.com Shop
Recently another SR release saw the light of day: September Nights. Is it worth buying?more
Updated: Nov 20, 2008
Elvis set many standards. The standard for Rock And Roll, the standard for a "Rock Mansion", a "Rock Star Car" and performing in Las Vegas, still his city. He also missed a few standards, he surely did not set the standard in Hollywood, or the standard for good management. How did the producers of the SR label do with this CD?more
Updated: Feb 1, 2006
Is Fort Baxter shaking up the great archives with this reissue of material previously released on the Profile Box set and “Memories From Kalamazoo”?more
Updated: Sep 26, 2006
Unfortunately the sound quality is not as good as on other Rennie-recordings. The recording volume is a bit too high, so there is some distortion during the show.more
Updated: Dec 1, 2001
ElvisNews.com Shop
A cooperation between Leiber, Stoller and Doc Pomus that hit the #1 spot in the UK.more
Updated: Mar 13, 2005
ElvisNews.com Shop
The second installment from the Czech Republic for Elvis’ Portland concerts. Is he shining in Portland?more
Updated: May 13, 2004
Released by the International label is the CD “Showtime At The international”.more
Updated: Apr 20, 2005
International recently released a book with 2CDs or should I say 2CDs in a book focusing on Elvis first engagement in Las Vegas during 1971.more
Updated: Sep 6, 2009
FTD paired two classic bootlegs from the December ’76 tour in one set. Both Burning In Birmingham (High Voltage) and A Hot Winter Night In Dallas (At Full Force) were re-released recently, but now we have an official release at last.more
Updated: Jun 6, 2010
ElvisNews.com Shop
The latest release from FTD "Silver Screen Stereo" is by far the best "movie songs" release in a long time. What a treat to hear these songs, some we have forgotten about and some, well, it's just been a while.more
Updated: Dec 5, 2001
ElvisNews.com Shop
Together with the first FTD movie songs release, "Out In Hollywood" we have a good overview of some of Elvis' better soundtrack songs. This "Out In Hollywood" is much stronger than it's predecessor though.more
Updated: Dec 21, 2001
ElvisNews.com Shop
Gravel Road Music continues the That’s The Way It Is-series with what is Elvis’ best show, probably ever. Did we really need this show again, since BMG already released most of it?more
Updated: Sep 18, 2011
Elvis was clearly Slippin’ ‘N’ Slidin’ during the April 30, 1976 performance in Lake Tahoe. The bonus tracks make this CD worth wile although audience recordings are not the kind of CD you pick out very often.more
Updated: Jun 29, 2003
Up to now 2001 was a guaranty for quality. This time they confirmed that once again. Unfortunately not in the quality of the recording itself, but the date of the show alone is interesting enough.more
Updated: Dec 13, 2000
ElvisNews.com Shop
Gravel Road Music released another “oldie”, this time the January 29, 1971 Dinner Show, previously released on the 2001 label. Is it an improvement?more
Updated: Apr 1, 2013
Late December the new release on the FTD label "So High", containing the last session years in Studio B, Nashville found its way to the fans.more
Updated: Jan 9, 2004
ElvisNews.com Shop
Last week the new FTDs arrived, first up is Sold Out!, which contains 2 shows from 1974.more
Updated: Jul 23, 2013
ElvisNews.com Shop
A three week vacation as Elvis fan does mean you have a pile stacked up… so let’s start at the top of it (which is actually the last CD I received). It’s Audionic’s Something, the third unreleased (at least in stereo) TTWII show on their label. This time it’s the August 11 Dinner Show.more
Updated: Jul 25, 2009
Something For Everybody is one of those Elvis Presley albums that just glides under the radar. It was a solid, if not spectacular release. The priorities at this time were films and their accompanying soundtracks, plus his single releases which would receive massive airplay and sell millions of copies. The original release of Something For Everybody would contain no memorable or classic songs, yet would still reach number one on the charts.more
Updated: Jul 7, 2008
ElvisNews.com Shop
FTD’s last outing in the original album art series is this classic from the early sixties.more
Updated: Apr 15, 2006
ElvisNews.com Shop
The title of this CD is well chosen, we get something new, ‘Let Me Be There’, and something old with the return of a classics like ‘You’ve Lost That Lovin’ Feeling’. The sound quality is o.k. for an audience recording.more
Updated: Dec 15, 2002
Recently Chrome Dreams released a CD with “Songs That Elvis Loved”, all original versions of songs that Elvis recorded between 1953 and 1961.more
Updated: Jan 13, 2004
next page on elvis presley
Elvis Presley on: eBay, iTunes, Amazon, Sheetmusic

Recently Added Shop Items