A couple of weeks ago this CD on the Audionics label was released, claiming to be created “straight from the 1st generation soundboard tapes”.more
Updated: Aug 27, 2005
The second volume in the “Across The Country” series on the Audionics label was recently released. The first volume wasn’t highly classified by us, will it be better now?more
Updated: May 9, 2007
Audionics released the last of five shows Elvis performed in Huntsville during his May / June 1975 tour. A professional release from all involved?more
Updated: Aug 10, 2007
Tim W. Brown wrote an article entitled "Poetry: The King Lives. Long Live The King!" on the "Advanced Elvis Course" book. It has been thirty-two years since Elvis Presley died at age 42, a bloated victim of prescription pills and Nutter Butters, and over fifty when a thinner Elvis burst onto the American scene, singing and twitching his way into the hearts of millions.more
Updated: Jun 4, 2009
As fans we're always complaining about the huge amount of compilations. Here is a good view on how the "outside" world looks at them.more
Updated: May 11, 2007
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Because of the diversity and the amount of unseen pictures this book is worth the publishing. We are a bit disappointed by the way it was worked out, but still happy to have it in our collection.more
Updated: Aug 11, 2002
Released by Elvis Unlimited is the follow up to their release “All Elvis”. Volume 2 features a new collection of rare and unpublished pictures of the King according to the subtitle, does it?more
Updated: Mar 1, 2006
My boy, My boy, after the last few years, it seems as though we have had so much released from Vegas, that there wasn't much else in the can... boy was I wrong!more
Updated: Aug 31, 2005
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With this outing from Elvis’ “comeback” in Vegas FTD brings us the third complete (?) show from 1969 (officially).more
Updated: Jul 30, 2005
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To celebrate Elvis’ 70th birthday The Official Elvis Presley Fan Club and Sony BMG came up with the idea to release all of his 18 UK #1 hits over 17 consecutive weeks. These two singles are the first two who should put Elvis back on top.more
Updated: Jan 2, 2005
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Released on the Mystery Train label is the “All That I Am” import release. Is it all we expect it to be?more
Updated: Dec 20, 2005
We received quite a few mails from readers asking for an overview of the highest chart positions of 'A Little Less Conversation'. On the Dutch Junkie XL fan site we found this overview which we could use.more
Updated: Sep 25, 2002
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The first twenty minutes of the documentary deals with the phenomena of impersonating and is more or less interesting. The second part, unfortunately about 100 minutes, is only interesting for freaks.more
Updated: Jul 1, 2000
In a continues series of re-releases BMG decided to re-release the Camden release “Almost In Love”. Did they stick to the original?more
Updated: May 30, 2006
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On the Jambase website we found a review of the "oldie" release "Alost In Love" on the generally mistaken impression that by the late '60s Elvis Presley was creatively tapped while he actually exhibited a wild sort of diversity.more
Updated: Feb 19, 2009
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Elvis Presley performed before a worldwide television audience of over one billion people on January 14, 1973. The soundtrack from this performance, Aloha From Hawaii, was released on February 4, 1973. It reached number one on both the pop and country charts selling close to five million copies in the United States alone, and almost twelve million worldwide. Oddly the concert was not broadcast on American television until April of that year.more
Updated: Jul 26, 2008
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Finally, over thirty-one years after the original recording, the definitive “Aloha From Hawaii” has been released. The main focus of the promotion for the new DVD sets goes to the Comeback Special; therefore we put the spotlight on the Aloha Special first.more
Updated: Jun 18, 2004
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This CD offers nothing new to the Elvis fan who owns some "talking only" CD's. It simply is a well designed souvenir for a (probaly) great convention. But we'll let you know that next week.more
Updated: Apr 3, 2003
Boxcar and JAT joined forces on a prestigious project on the 40th anniversary of the Aloha special.more
Updated: Jun 25, 2013
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This is thus the first time we are treated with the original stereo master tapes for these two seminal Elvis sessions from 1961 and listening to those in this quality is a sheer delight.more
Updated: Dec 2, 1999
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This week we take a look at an "official" (endorsed by Graceland that is) Elvis Presley Website, the website of the Elvis Presley Gesellschaft E.V. This site is in German.more
Updated: Dec 20, 1999
Here we have a page that is a nice temporary substitute for the "For Elvis Collectors Only"-page. If it will stand the test of time, we don't know, but here is what we think of it.more
Updated: Mar 26, 2000
This is really one of those compilation releases you will play over and over again. The only minor is perhaps the playing time. I would have liked more songs on this CD. But never the less, in my opinion a “must-have”.more
Updated: Oct 29, 2002
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It took me a few deep breaths to force myself to listen to FTD’s Amarillo ’77. After I made that, I had to promise my CD-player that I would play something good right after it. Is our prejudice rightful?more
Updated: Jul 10, 2011
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This CD is a real beauty to have. The older fans sure will have it already in their collections, but when you are looking to buy some gospel for the first time this is the one to get!more
Updated: May 3, 2002
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