The collector’s label re-issued several titles; the latest CD re-issue is “Rockin’ Across Texas”.more
Updated: Nov 12, 2009
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Released on the Tennessee Moon label are Elvis performances from May 1 and 2 1977. Is it what we expected, or is there something special?more
Updated: May 20, 2005
Released by the Presto Entertainment label is a CD titled "Elvis And Friends". Is it a release worth getting?more
Updated: Apr 18, 2005
In the endless series of releases of the Louisiana Hayride recordings we finally have another release (besides Magnum's attempts) that might be interesting.more
Updated: Sep 10, 2002
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This "Rough Guide To Elvis" is a great book if you want to get to know Elvis the man, Elvis' music, Elvis' life and so on and so on.more
Updated: Jun 30, 2002
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Elvis’ 16th movie was certainly not his worst one (yes, a lot were worse) and also the album is not the worst soundtrack (as a matter of fact it went to #1 back in the day). Still, it is from the magical 1964, so there must be some good in it…more
Updated: Jul 29, 2017
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The vinyl version of the FTD-release Roustabout took a bit of time to arrive at my place, but it was just in time for Christmas.more
Updated: Dec 30, 2017
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Released on the Straight Arrow label is the 1976 concert entitled "Royal Gambit In Richfield". A release for fans or "Elvis historians"?more
Updated: Jun 15, 2008
Like we did last year with A Little Less Conversation, we will keep score of the highest chart positions of Rubberneckin'.more
Updated: Dec 9, 2003
With Elvis' mojo ringin' and the manipulation of a groovy samba track with full-bodied background vocals/grunts, this remix would meet the expectations of Austin Powers himself.more
Updated: Aug 27, 2003
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It is clear BMG tries do repeat the success of the “ELV1S 30 #1 Hits” release. A new compilation and a new remix will most probably do the trick for the general public. And for the remix itself … on releases like this taste really differs. Guess you will have “Stop, Look And Listen” for yourself.more
Updated: Sep 8, 2003
Released as a download single in the U.S. only is the Jason Nevin Remix of “Rubberneckin’”.more
Updated: Oct 7, 2003
BMG Netherlands did a very good job for the fans, and hopefully for Elvis too, a special edition like this might boost the sales helping Elvis to yet another chart success.more
Updated: Sep 14, 2003
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