"I am sad that he ended up like that, but it can't erase all that he was for so many years to me"more
Updated: Sep 27, 1999
This DVD contains an interesting two minute sketch and that's all the positive we can say about it. The look of Elvis on the cover says it all .... You're better off buying 'Elvis 56'.more
Updated: Aug 11, 2002
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The first book in the “Early Elvis”-trilogy by Bill Burk was “The Humes Years”. After we reviewed the “chronological first” “The Tupelo Years” last year, it’s time for a closer look to the book that was originally published in 1990.more
Updated: Nov 10, 2003
Together with Guralnick’s Last Train and “Elvis In Texas” this book is must for those that want to know the ins and outs of the early career of The King Of Rock’n’Roll.more
Updated: Nov 19, 2003
Reading this book was not a penalty at all. Burk’s pleasant style provides that a collection of interviews with often partly the same “content” gets boring.more
Updated: Nov 21, 2002
When you are in to Elvis' gospel music you'll love it. We think it is certainly one of the better releases in the series regarding content so far.more
Updated: Apr 19, 2001
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A brilliant compile of twenty (officially) unreleased Gospel songs this CD features some excellent alternate versions of old favourites as well as some fascinating Studio discussions.more
Updated: Apr 19, 2001
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What can we say about this one, another Elvis DVD for the collection? Probably fun for those who like the movie to have it in good quality, and the rerelease is reason for us to watch it again.more
Updated: Feb 28, 2003
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Upon receiving the three new FTDs (finally) today I decided to begin with the one I expected least of. I can directly say that I was not disappointed in my expectations.more
Updated: Jul 18, 2007
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The thematic presentation of the songs is a good idea and works, because of the number of takes presented, very well. The fact that these versions are now "legally" available is great for the fans who had no chance to obtain these version before.more
Updated: Aug 1, 2000
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On April 4, 1977, Ed Bonja sat on the edge of the bed in his fourth floor Hilton hotel room. He was sick. He had just stayed up all night and lost $12,000 gambling with "The Colonel" Tom Parker. And his girlfriend had left him for his hometown preacher.more
Updated: Nov 5, 2005
Nearly 40 years after Ed Sullivan introduced the Beatles to America on live national television, middle-aged baby boomers who shrieked and swooned over the Fab Four can relive that moment again and again -- and with better reception.more
Updated: Nov 20, 2002
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Recently the Audionics label released a soundboard recording of Elvis’ gig in El Paso on June 2nd, 1976. Here is our verdict.more
Updated: Jan 15, 2005
An overview of the chart listing of the ELV1S 30 #1 Hits in the charts by country.more
Updated: Feb 15, 2003
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Had enough of Elvis? I didn't think so. Neither does his record label RCA, which gave us a boxed set, "Today, Tomorrow & Forever," in time for Elvis Week and now offers "Elv1s: 30 #1 Hits,".more
Updated: Sep 21, 2002
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It took some waiting, and many people are still wondering why this CD was not released at a date closer to the 25th Anniversary, but finally the CD arrived and we are able to check if all the hype around it is appropriate.more
Updated: Sep 24, 2002
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Although Elvis fans were likely thrilled with the CD version of the "30 #1" album, this DVD-Audio version's marvelous sound quality and subtle, enjoyable 5.1 mixes provide a new, even more enjoyable way to experience these songs. Some supplements would have been nice.more
Updated: Jan 12, 2003
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This collection has been extended to thirty-one by including songs that topped the country, R&B and the U.K. pop charts. Not that anyone will complain about having thirty-one songs of this caliber on a single CD. Even Elvis might want to re-enter the building for a bargain like that.more
Updated: Oct 4, 2002
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What can we say about this one, it is a special edition, so the collectors will probably get it (if only to see their name in an official Elvis release). The average fan will get a nice bonus promo CD for the Follow That Dream label ...more
Updated: Nov 10, 2003
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I have been quite critical of some of the tracks of the CD of this release but please don’t let that put you off, as the (sound)quality of this DVDA may just give us a taste of the future and much to discuss.more
Updated: Dec 1, 2002
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This promo CD for the ELV1S 30 #1 Hits is a great package with a lot of extra on CD-Rom. including the single 'Burning Love'.more
Updated: Aug 28, 2002
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There is one thing about the upcoming ‘30 #1 Hits’ that bothers us. The title is wrong since Elvis now has 31 #1 Hits, if you follow the sources BMG uses. So the correct title would be ‘ELV1S 31 #1 Hits’.more
Updated: Aug 24, 2002
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Released in Asia is (another) compilation, this one comes in HDCD format, is it worth getting one of these?more
Updated: Sep 3, 2004
Some editions ago we had an interview with Lex Raaphorst, a name you kept bumping into surfing the world wide web looking for Elvis.more
Updated: Oct 25, 1999
Elvis Presley released his second long playing album, Elvis, on October 9, 1956. Elvis was then a star. His first album, Elvis Presley, and the single “Heartbreak Hotel” had sold millions of copies. He had it all - voice, looks, popularity, wealth and charisma.more
Updated: Jun 29, 2008
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