Released by the “Flash” import label, trying to make a few bucks following the great “Legendary Performer” releases volumes 6 and 7 from the Madison label, are volumes 3 and 4 in the Legendary Performer” series. Does it meet the standard set by the Madison label?more
Updated: Jan 20, 2006
Many fans have been waiting for a follow up in the “Legendary Performer” series. Volume five of the series has now been released by the Madison import label.more
Updated: Apr 12, 2005
After a six week delay due to a faulty pressing we get the follow up to the highly acclaimed Legendary Performer Volume 5. Madison continued the series started by the late Joan Deary in style.more
Updated: Sep 17, 2005
Madison is trying to beat FTD regarding release-speed and now they came up with Volume 7 in this series. Is it worth to keep up with them?more
Updated: Oct 23, 2005
Released by Madison is volume 8 in the “Legendary Performer” series. Do they finish the job BMG didn’t finish (stopping the series at volume 4)?more
Updated: Mar 22, 2006
The volumes in both the “Tiger Man – An Alternate Anthology” and “Legendary Performer” series keep popping up. Elvis fans must be very rich as these bootleggers appear to be in it for the money only as they add nothing new to the material already available. I may as well review these two releases as a package to keep up. Volume 11 of the Tiger Man series has already been announced.more
Updated: Jan 28, 2008
Overall this release is a good promotion of Elvis in the 25th anniversary year and it has put Elvis in the spotlight all over the world. We gave you a lot of reasons to like of dislike this version.more
Updated: Jul 2, 2002
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The re-issue of "A Little Less Conversation” marks the end of the re-issue series.more
Updated: Apr 24, 2005
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Are Elvis fans this insecure? Do they really need confirmation that they like an artist who is still popular? Well, I do not care at all, certainly since it is not Elvis doing it, but the commerce.more
Updated: May 20, 2002
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RCA and EPE ,I wish you would get your acts together and " A little less conversation... a little more action please ! But That's just my opinion.more
Updated: Jun 30, 2002
The latest FTD outing is another 1976 soundboard recording, this time the show in the Metropolitan Sports Center in Minneapolis on October 17.more
Updated: Feb 24, 2010
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Is an amateurish look a deceiving look?more
Updated: Dec 29, 2007
With a new Madison release just around the corner, time to review their previous escape of Elvis’ performance at the Riverfront Coliseum from March 21, 1976. This was previously released in 1995 on the Diamond Anniversary label as “Holding Back The Years”. Does the Madison beat the Diamond Anniversary release?more
Updated: Aug 24, 2007
From Elvis' last engagement in Lake Tahoe at the Sahara Hotel this CD contains the Dinner Show of May 8th, 1976.more
Updated: Nov 14, 2004
On May 15 the Belgian Fanclub ElvisMatters brought together Joe Guercio, a 75 piece orchestra and Mondo Carne’s Jenson Bloomer and Tony Smith in Mol.more
Updated: May 16, 2004
"With all due respect to Elvis Presley," British DJ Paul Oakenfold says, "I don't think Rubberneckin' was a classic." So he felt all right cutting up that song with beats and loops for a Presley compilation.more
Updated: Jul 28, 2003
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We can only say that it was a pretty long time since we read a book about Elvis as fast as this one, hardly being able to put it away. Not surprisingly we recommend it to anyone who is interested in the rise of Elvis Presley.more
Updated: Aug 11, 2002
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I have an Elvis memorabilia book that claims only three were printed, and calls the banners the rarest pieces of 1970s concert memorabilia. The example shown in the book is claimed to be the only documented banner still in existence… and it is not mine.more
Updated: Dec 5, 2002
Released by the SR Records label is the CD “A Thunder In The Night”. Did lighting strike in Tahoe?more
Updated: May 26, 2006
The Belgian Elvis Matters organized their 20th concert in the -only- three years of their existence.more
Updated: Oct 12, 2006
“Scotty Moore was in the delivery room when Rock & Roll was born, kicking and howling in the Tennessee night."more
Updated: Oct 8, 2005
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The place: American Studios. The address: 827 Thomas Street, Memphis. The dates: January and February 1969. The legacy: A pivotal turning point not just in Elvis history – but also in music history.more
Updated: Feb 16, 2009
Music fans know that numerous legendary performers and performances have taken place at Dodger Stadium, beginning with The Beatles on August 28, 1966, to Elton John on October 25-26, 1975, to the heavenly voices of 'Encore -- The Three Tenors' concert on July 16, 1994.
But, not many aficionados would know that in 1966, another famous American idol was at Dodger Stadium; Elvis was at the parking lots for three days to film sequences simulating road races in Spinout, his 22nd feature movie.more
Updated: Oct 3, 2007
The Madison label released the second volume in their "A Wild Weekend In Huntsville" set. Should we get wild?more
Updated: Feb 24, 2008
The 2001 has a magic ring in the ears of the Elvis fans who all know the opening theme of Elvis' seventies shows. But was 2001, the year Elvis would have become 65, also a "magic" year?more
Updated: Jan 1, 2002
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