BMG (RCA) already released the most of this June 6, 1975 (and June 7, 1975) show in the "Silver Box" and the Dutch fan club (It's Elvis Time) release "Live in Dallas". Did we really need this new release by "LoneStar" of what is available of this shows?more
Updated: Nov 20, 2001
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We think you have to buy this. The real fanatics to have a great addition and some extra details, while for "newbies" this book is an ideal starter.more
Updated: Mar 11, 1999
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"If this was a perfect world, Elvis Presley would be alive, and the impersonators would be dead."more
Updated: Nov 26, 2001
One project that may not be making its way to DVD -- at least in the lavish form that had been expected -- is Solt and Malcolm Leo's 1981 Presley documentary 'This Is Elvis'. The film, a combination of archival news and performance footage as well as dramatic re-creations, was released in a now out-of-print VHS edition in 1982.more
Updated: Dec 17, 2006
Darrin Lee wrote a book about some of Elvis’ outrageous shows. Is Desert Storm the myth that is shattered? Is it Elvis? Or?more
Updated: Oct 22, 2008
FTD released an invalid set dedicated to the visit of British fans to the summer gig in Vegas, 1972. Could it have been a winner, this September 4 Dinner Show?more
Updated: Apr 11, 2014
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Ferry proposed to do some "oldie" reviews every now and then. ElvisNews welcomed it, since it is fun to read somebody else's point of view. Here is his look on last year's Destination USA.more
Updated: Feb 22, 2015
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Just over a week ago we received this documentary on DVD. Finally I found the time to watch it.more
Updated: Sep 30, 2007
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Alfred Wertheimer captured images of a young man on the the verge of stardom. When an RCA Records publicist called Alfred Wertheimer to ask him to photograph the studio's new recording star in 1956, Wertheimer said, "Elvis who?"more
Updated: Aug 10, 2004
Counting down Elvis’ UK #1 hits we reached #14; “Devil In Disguise”.more
Updated: Apr 6, 2005
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Another Best Of release from the import circuit. Do we want to buy the same material once more?more
Updated: Dec 21, 2005
How did another image of "the King" - the ballooning waistline, a prisoner to prescription drugs - hold residence alongside the young, sleek rebel who changed the face of music in the '50s? In 1977, he died at the age of 42 in his Memphis mansion.more
Updated: Jan 5, 2003
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This CD has the feel and sound of a 'standard bootleg', a concert tape with some errors on it. But we’re glad to have it in our collection, especially this one because of the live version of 'Wooden Heart'. Elvis talks too much though.more
Updated: Nov 22, 2002
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The Follow That Dream label released Elvis' dinner show from August 11, 1972, the Las Vegas Archives import label now released the August 5th. dinner show.more
Updated: Dec 8, 2008
Steve Binder had the guts to tell Elvis Presley his career was in the toilet and scored a rare victory in a power struggle with the singer's domineering manager, "Colonel" Tom Parker.more
Updated: Jun 26, 2004
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Released by Legacy Recordings is the five track CD “Discover Elvis”. Is it a good starting point to discover our man?more
Updated: Oct 14, 2007
John Tefteller discovered the Elvis Presley acetate containing the Don Davis interview which was released on the Follow That Dream Edition of Elvis' debut album "Elvis Presley". This interview, by the webmaster of the Elvis Presley Scrapbook website who kindly allowed us to use it, gives the background on this discovery.more
Updated: Aug 1, 2006
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A bit late, but when I finally received the latest outing of FTD, the 2CD set Dixieland Delight I was extremely busy. Anyway, here is my verdict on it.more
Updated: Jun 20, 2009
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Since it is a compiled show already it looks a bit strange to add two bonus songs after the closing: a powerful "Bridge over Troubled Water" and a funny version of "Love Me Tender". But the concert feeling is lost a bit, since Elvis didn't do encores.more
Updated: Jul 18, 2001
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This release, boasting superior sound quality, has a lot to be desired. The bootleg release from a 1976 Alabama concert has much better sound quality than this release has.more
Updated: Jul 18, 2001
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I am one of those fans who adored Elvis in the 1970's and feel that this was the time when he most connected with his fans.more
Updated: Jul 15, 2001
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Lex got himself a nice present for a memorable birthday. So last weekend we went to Germany, to Frankfurt, to be exact.more
Updated: Jul 14, 2014
By a good friend, for a good cause: recently Jordan’s Elvis World decided to release a CD(R), “Doing The Best I Can – From Fans To Fans” to collect $500.00 for the American Red Cross.more
Updated: Nov 16, 2005
Give Elvis a break: No image can stand up to 35,000 fat wannabes. Elvis took American music, made it something different, made us appreciate it. So let him speak for himself and give him a listenmore
Updated: Sep 25, 2002
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The “Double Trouble” soundtrack has been released in the Follow That Dream 7 inch series. What Now, What Next, Where To?more
Updated: Oct 17, 2004
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