Elvis In The '70s Double CD Set

The classic Australian 1975 double album, Elvis In The '70s is finally available for the very first time on a silver pressed 2 CD set! Housed in a 6 panel digipack with original artwork and sleeve notes, this 2 disc set contains the original tracklist PLUS 18 hard to find bonus tracks. Limited edition only of 500 copies.  


Disc 1

Burning Love
We Can Make The Morning
Until It's Time For You To Go
You Don't Have To Say You Love Me
Mama Liked The Roses
It's A Matter Of Time
I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry
It's Impossible
Separate Ways
Never Been To Spain
American Trilogy
My Way
Help Me Make It Through The Night
Kentucky Rain
Patch It Up
There Goes My Everything
For The Good Times
You Gave Me A Mountain
Fools Rush In
Don't Think Twice It's Alright
Steamroller Blues
Polk Salad Annie
Only Believe

Disc 2

It's Only Love
Welcome To My World
Johnny B. Goode
Burning Love - undubbed master take 6
Only Believe - brass & strings overdub master
It's A Matter Of Time - undubbed master take 5
Life - undubbed master take 20
For The Good Times - harmony vocal overdub master
Seperate Ways - unedited take 25
My Way - take 3
Kentucky Rain - take 7
Snowbird - harmony vocal overdub master
Help Me Make It Through The Night - spliced take
Mama Liked The Roses - vocal overdub NA-1
Polk Salad Annie - Las Vegas, August 11, 1972
Steamroller Blues - Memphis, march 20, 1974
Never Been To Spain - live
There Goes My Everything - take 1
You Don't Have To Say You Love Me - undubbed master
Until It's Time For You To Go - undubbed master take 8
It's Only Love - undubbed master take 10

Source: Elvis Australia / Updated: Mar 20, 2012 
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hardluck (profilecontact) wrote on Apr 4, 2012report abuse
I do like such a compilation but can BMG release the same for all of Elvis' movie ballads of which most became hits
anyway ? Or BMG should make this also a Legacy double CD pack preferably with bonus songs (unknown to the wider world music lovers) like TT&Forever (duet w/Ann-Margret), Your time hasn't come yet, Could I fall in love, They remind me too much of you, We'll be together, Almost, Clean up yr own yard, Tonight's all right for love, Lonely man, Wild in the country, loving you, Don't leave me now, Don't ask me why, Almost in love, I need somebody to lean on, wooden heart, What every woman lives for, Kismet, Anyone, Tender feeling and so many many more great tunes that hundreds of thousands of people will remember and buy ! Hope someone/a decision maker listens/reads...
lacke lee (profilecontact) wrote on Mar 24, 2012report abuse
well i just bought this. i love to collect this releses for sentimental reason and yes they may be pointless too someone but it has been a fun thing for me to collect and if you gonna collect everthing that they relese today you have to be a millionare and trust me on that one i know. i do buy things with elvis every month for $200 - $300 and i do have a hard time keeping up with all new releses of cd lp ftd books (soon to be in the collection is elvis files 5) and i guess that will hit my wallet for around the amout of $ 100 so i guess that everyone that do things with elvis makes lots of money
Jerome (profilecontact) wrote on Mar 21, 2012report abuse
essential for collectors- glad I am no collector!..
Jamie (profilecontact) wrote on Mar 20, 2012report abuse
This 1970s compilation was rotten - it included Johnny B. Goode, like Mama Liked the Roses, recorded in 1969. An American Trilogy is taken from the Memphis 1974 album and is faded out amateurishly by an engineer who sounds like he couldn't wait to dash off to the toilet. There are plenty of instances of good material being passed over in favour of slighter performances, eg It's A Matter Of Time preferred to Always On My Mind. Not for the first time, the outtakes here demonstrate that more is sometimes less. The release is another attempt to exploit the nostalgic and sentimental feelings of Elvis's longer-standing fans. You know what to do.
GEORGE (GK) (profilecontact) wrote on Mar 20, 2012report abuse
Nice looking design. I would love to have a real good remastered-remixed-70s set released in America. It's amazing to me that a lot of the 60s recordings, have better sound quality than alot of his 70s studio recordings. The "Promised Land CD" reissue was the most impressive with remastered sound, some years back.
japio (profilecontact) wrote on Mar 20, 2012report abuse
So we have now almost every vinyl relase on cd in a few years. Now it's for these guys to release the RCA international albums. And then it's time for re-release the FTD's . limited to 500 ofcourse
Lex (profilecontact) wrote on Mar 20, 2012report abuse
Again ABBA comes first in mind, right before the Dire Straits.

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