Elvis has been remixed by DJs from The Netherlands and the United Kingdom; this time an Italian DJ stepped up to bring Elvis back to the wheels of steel ... literally.more
Updated: Feb 16, 2008
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A bit harder to pick up in Europe, but available through a few fan clubs for the fans who want this “exclusive” Graceland edition. Should they make the effort?more
Updated: Jul 6, 2008
Alanna Nash’s third (fourth if you count Alan Fortas’ book) Elvis related book was – beforehand - the least attractive in my opinion. What do I care about Elvis’ girlfriends? Well, since we got a review copy I decided to give it a try and got pretty surprised.more
Updated: Feb 3, 2010
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FTD’s most recent classic album is Back in Memphis, a strange release back then, since it was first included in the From Memphis to Vegas/ From Vegas to Memphis double album before it got its separate release.more
Updated: Jan 2, 2013
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An album you can keep playing again and again. Most of the songs have the same bluesy feel, sad lyrics, with a strong performance by both Elvis and the band.more
Updated: Nov 15, 2001
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Released on the “Memories Of Elvis” label is the CD “Back On The Mainland” with an audience recording of his January 26, 1973 performance from Las Vegas.more
Updated: Jun 29, 2005
Another co-production of Audionics and Fort Baxter saw the light of day this week. This time they revived CD4 of the A Profile, Volume 2 box, containing the midnight show of March 22, 1975 in Vegas. Is it worth the effort?more
Updated: Jul 16, 2008
As with most "talking only" releases we don't think this CD will make it to the player again than for looking something up.more
Updated: Aug 15, 2001
Another novel with Elvis in it, this time by by the Spanish top author Javier Marias. Is it worth reading?more
Updated: Mar 25, 2010
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Of course people are free not to buy a FTD-release, and they can think it is a mistake to release an audience recording.more
Updated: Dec 14, 2002
For the real collector, there's probably not too much he hasn't already got on these CD's. Although the thematic presentation of the out-takes is a great idea which makes the tracks come together as a whole.more
Updated: Oct 7, 2000
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Memphis woman saw singer's transition from shy high-schooler to world-renowned performer. Dixie Locke Emmons was dating Elvis Presley in 1954, but her favorite singers at the time were Perry Como, Dean Martin, Frank Sinatra and Peggy Lee.more
Updated: Jan 7, 2004
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Don Maloney learned a lesson that night — never go to the snack bar of the PX at Camp Wildflecken, Germany, with Elvis Presley if you’re really hungry.more
Updated: Aug 12, 2006
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Why oh why should anyone with a sound mind gonna listen to this noise … Even my worst vinyl sounds better. Keep your money in your pocket and wait for something worth to spend it.more
Updated: May 20, 2002
To be honest, we didn’t finish listening to this release. Listening to two hours of this kind of recordings in a row was too much. We simply miss a storyline.more
Updated: Sep 12, 2003
Volume three in the Czech “Bicentennial Elvis” audienceis out. Is it worth a release on DVD?more
Updated: Jul 16, 2007
Volume 2 in this series from the Czech Republic, a series worth to continue?more
Updated: Dec 6, 2006
Well I am gonna compile a review "on the fly" during my second listen through. First off, lets say that the sound is very good for an audience, with a small question mark over the speed! But thankfully the speed and sound are consistent throughout the CD (no shades of Rock & Blues here!)more
Updated: Nov 24, 2007
Another soundboard on the FTD release, pushed a bit to the back because of the other two releases at the same time.more
Updated: May 4, 2005
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2005 starts off good with a “Best Of” release from two of the most respected import labels, Bilko and Ford Baxter.more
Updated: Jan 4, 2005
This follow-up to last year's successful "30 #1 Hits" again features a winning collection of 30 hits and important singles spanning the King's career, all remastered from the original tapes.more
Updated: Oct 17, 2003
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Here’s a release I’ve really been looking forward to: Black Angels in Vegas. Everybody knows the funky Black Angels story by now, so let’s not go into that. The reason I couldn’t wait to get this particular 2CD set, was because of the “complete package deal”: two cd’s plus an 85 pages booklet. And was it worth the wait? O my golly, yes.more
Updated: Aug 5, 2009
Besides fans ripping off other fans with their useless bootleg releases – and I do mean the real useless ones, the news reached a new high in blackness with an EPE press release about Elvis imposters yesterday.more
Updated: Nov 17, 2006
Blue Hawaii is probably the movie most associated with Elvis Presley. It is also his most popular and endearing. Its soundtrack would sell three million copies and spend an astounding 20 weeks atop the American music charts. This was good news and bad news for the career of Elvis.more
Updated: Jul 8, 2008
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FTD just released a 2CD version of Blue Hawaii, the beginning of the end according to a lot of fans.more
Updated: Mar 2, 2009
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