The first time at low price for this superb collection of gospel and religious songs.more
Updated: Jan 14, 2000
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It only took four CD releases to get the official soundboard, and we can only say we are very glad this show had its official release finally.more
Updated: Oct 14, 2003
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Released on the Audionics/2001 import label cooperation is the CD “Talk Of The Town”, should it be the talk of the town?more
Updated: Nov 13, 2008
Here is some chart information on the original release of Rubberneckin'in 1969.more
Updated: Oct 2, 2003
Released by the Straight Arrow label is the CD “Tennessee Starlight”, did it hit bull’s eye?more
Updated: Jul 23, 2006
For us buying the material we already have we can only conclude that bootleggers learned from BMG's releases. For us as fan the text on the cover of this release says what we wanted to say to Fort Baxter, "Thank You Very Much”.more
Updated: May 21, 2003
Finally … not only because it took so long to find a copy, but also because this fifty years old song finally hit the charts.more
Updated: Jul 17, 2004
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Another compilation from the Far East in HDCD format, is it “All Right”?more
Updated: Sep 19, 2004
It was long awaited and after a few delays it is finally here. That what is to be the definitive collection of material recorded and shot for the MGM classic Elvis: That’s The Way It Is. Is it really the definitive release?more
Updated: Mar 8, 2009
Sony Legacy released two versions of TTWII. A 2CD set and an 8 CD/2 DVD box-set. I went for the full monty.more
Updated: Aug 27, 2014
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That’s The Way It Is has something magical. It was upon its announcement for the FTD series already in my personal top 5, a friend of mine who skipped the last 10 or 15 FTDs pre-ordered it immediately. Is it hype or is it just?more
Updated: May 4, 2008
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With a release entitled "That's All Right Any Way You Do", we can only wonder, is it?more
Updated: Dec 3, 2005
Elvis Presley returned in November of 1970 with another superb album release. That’s The Way It Is was a somewhat mislabeled title as it purported to be the soundtrack from the documentary of the same name. This album only contained four live tracks while the other eight were from the studio. Why RCA did not issue the live performances from the film remains unknown. Nevertheless, That’s The Way It Is remains an excellent release as he presents eleven songs that had never appeared in his catalogue up until that time.more
Updated: Jul 19, 2008
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Only thing we can say is we hope that the re-release of the movie will receive the same treatment like this - by far the best ever - BMG-release.more
Updated: Jul 20, 2000
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SONY / BMG didn’t release this LP on CD, now a (Dutch) fan club did.more
Updated: Dec 28, 2006
This CD-set is obviously aiming for the mass-market, and has succeeded since it made the Top 10 in both England and the Ireland.more
Updated: Jan 10, 2001
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This release appears to be a HDCD edition of the Greatest Hits compilation from a few years back, is it?more
Updated: Sep 28, 2004
Of course everybody will miss one of his or her favourite love-songs, and indeed "Old Shep" might not completely fit in a love-song collection. But again, this release is for the general public, not for the fans.more
Updated: Oct 1, 2001
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Venus just released this reissue of Madison’s Event Number 8 from 2000. Is it really an improvement?more
Updated: May 20, 2012
The thematic presentation of the songs is a good idea and works, because of the number of takes presented, very well. The fact that these versions are now "legally" available is great for the fans who had no chance to obtain these version before.more
Updated: Aug 1, 2000
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Released by the new Southern Comfort label is the CD “The American Way”. This release is the first in a series of five, something to look forward to?more
Updated: Nov 30, 2006
Volume two in this five CD series on Elvis’ legendary recordings in the American Sound Studios is out; does it continue where the first volume ended?more
Updated: Feb 18, 2007
Does volume three in this five CD series on Elvis’ legendary recordings at the American Sound Studio’s continue where the first two volumes ended?more
Updated: Apr 7, 2007
While it’s not even finished, this series is already legendary. Does this volume follow the expectations?more
Updated: Jun 7, 2007
Thanks to a wrong postcode it took a couple of days extra, but I have it, at last!more
Updated: Oct 15, 2007
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