FTD Top 40 December 2006

At the closing of 2006 the Top 5 did once again not change. At the bottom of the Top 40 you'll find 4 2006-releases: Loving You (35), Something For Everybody (36), Made In Memphis (37) and Elvis Presley (39). Most other 2006 releases got votes, but too few to make it into the Top 40. Only Writing For The King is voteless, but that one is just recently released. You can vote for your personal favourites, and show them in your ElvisNews.com profile. Just go to the FTD Top 40 Page. 1 (1) The Jungle Room Sessions (2000) 2 (2) Nashville Marathon (2002) 3 (3) Memphis Sessions (2001) 4 (4) One Night In Vegas (2000) 5 (5) Elvis At The International (2002)
Source: FTD Top 40 / Updated: Jan 1, 2007 

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mature_elvis_fan75 (profilecontact) wrote on Jan 6, 2007report abuse
I will sure back you on that idea, a 71 nashville disc is overdue and as you have said will be a great seller,and as i mentioned on another page, well we finnaly get the complete studio jam of dont think twice, maybe at the end of the cd!
Rob Wanders (profilecontact) wrote on Jan 6, 2007report abuse
I know a cd what can break in into this top 5, if it's done well and if there are enough outtakes of course; that is still a mistery for me. You probably guess about what recordings I'm talking about; simply called: Nashville 71. Here we go again: "Early morning rain", "I'm leaving","It's only love", "We can make the morning", "Love me, love the life I lead", "Fools rush in", and many more. What a cd that would make!!! For me it would battle for the first place with Jungleroom, Nashville Marathon, Memphis sessions and lRecorded ive on stage in Memphis 1974. Maybe july 2007???
tigerpawl (profilecontact) wrote on Jan 3, 2007report abuse
Hey Jerry if you dont want those FTD cds you can donate them to me. Ck out my email infomation on the member section.
mature_elvis_fan75 (profilecontact) wrote on Jan 3, 2007report abuse
Stop the classic series ernst,and concentrate on the regular releases,which is why ftd was started in the first place! Just my oppion (wink)
JerryNodak (profilecontact) wrote on Jan 3, 2007report abuse
I own the Top 5 titles on the FTD list, but I hardly ever play them. I'm going to donate them to the local library. Probably won't buy many of the "regular" releases from now on. On the other hand I own the Classic Album releases and play them a lot. Can't wait for the next one. Bring on those "Classics", Ernst!!
mature_elvis_fan75 (profilecontact) wrote on Jan 3, 2007report abuse
Should have read ,as you can see they cant outsale the true gems from ftd so far!
mature_elvis_fan75 (profilecontact) wrote on Jan 3, 2007report abuse
I am not a fan of the classic album series,as i also feel they should be on the main label,i also feel that they have become what everyone talks about instead of the regular ftd releases,yet as you can see that outsale the true gems from ftd so far!
Steve V (profilecontact) wrote on Jan 2, 2007report abuse
So much for the classic album series. They should be included in the regular BMG catalog for the public as I've felt all along. These other releases are for the hard core fans/collectors and should be what FTD is all about.
dannyboy1 (profilecontact) wrote on Jan 2, 2007report abuse
Yeah, me too! Notice once again that the top 3 were each breaking new ground in the opening up of the 1969 Memphis sessions, the 1970 Nashville sessions, and the 1976 Graceland sessions for us to hear. The Graceland outtakes were all the more spellbinding because the bootleggers hadn't gotten to them first.
marco31768 (profilecontact) wrote on Jan 1, 2007report abuse
I totally agree with JimmyCool!
JimmyCool (profilecontact) wrote on Jan 1, 2007report abuse
New releases can't compete with these "monsters" :)

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