Vegas Rhythm is a reissue of Fort Baxter’s “A Matter Of Time” … with all the reissues coming out, this release perhaps was “a matter of time”. Is it worth getting?more
Updated: Jan 27, 2007
Gravel Road Music decided to revisit their first release, Vegas Rhythm in their new book-series. The book/CD combination has the February 3, 1973 D.S. on CD and some extras on a DVD-rom.more
Updated: Mar 2, 2015
This morning another audience CD – even a double one – was presented to me. A tough way to wake up, but did it become a nightmare or not?more
Updated: Aug 27, 2007
To be honest I would never have taken the time to listen to this CD. I knew the shows from this engagement from various sources and in my opinion they are all poor, if not bad.more
Updated: Mar 3, 2008
The special TTWII site from TCM has a lot of previews of the new edition of the movie.more
Updated: Dec 17, 2000
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For not too long the fact that a DVD was a factory made DVD usually meant it was worth buying it. In a line of faulty DVD(R)s we bought we thought we'd give you a little warning through a short review of several titles we fell for.more
Updated: Jul 8, 2005
"Viva Elvis" the album mostly came and went without much impact. I love the concept of doing an album like this, obviously inspired by the Beatles "Love" album, but did they do it right?more
Updated: Dec 27, 2010
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Another vinyl version of a FTD release saw the light last month.more
Updated: Jan 2, 2011
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1964 was a very busy year for Elvis Presley. Three movies, two soundtracks, one EP, assorted singles, his pursuit of Priscilla, and a public affair left very little time for anything else. The movie and soundtrack releases of Kissin’ Cousins and Roustabout were poor to average at best. Sandwiched in the middle, however, was one of Elvis’ best movies that did not have a complete soundtrack release at the time.more
Updated: Jul 12, 2008
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Reissued in October 2007 in the U.K. and several other European countries is the classic Las Vegas theme song "Viva Las Vegas".more
Updated: Nov 2, 2007
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The latest collection of Sony/ BMG is dedicated to Elvis’ “Vegas Years”. Is it an essential release?more
Updated: Aug 8, 2007
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To us this is the only enjoyable soundtrack music wise of the three that were just released. It is not outstanding, but listenable from beginning to end, something that can’t be said of all soundtracks.more
Updated: Nov 23, 2003
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With the battle between the Blu-ray and HD DVD just over, we found this review on the soon to be extinct HD DVD edition of "Viva Las Vegas".

"I'd rather kiss a rattlesnake or play Russian roulette." - Rusty Martin (Ann-Margret)more
Updated: Mar 1, 2008
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Elvis movies aren't for everyone. They're cheesy, and they have flimsy plots. Even Colonel Parker viewed them as primarily moneymaking endeavors. That said, they have plenty of adoring fans and, well, who doesn't want the pure escapism of a movie like Viva Las Vegas from time to time?more
Updated: Sep 18, 2007
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The world's only hip-swiveling detective takes on crime in Sin City in Klein's third rollicking Elvis mystery "Viva Las Vengeance".more
Updated: Feb 24, 2003
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After the success of "Kill Me Tender" and "Blue Suede Clues" it must be a hard job to come up with another good story in this P.I. Elvis-series. Daniel Klein did it with "Viva Las Vengeance".more
Updated: Mar 9, 2003
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