Memphis Recording Service Audio Project

After the release of "Tupelo's Own Elvis Presley" the next project from the UK based Memphis Recording Service will be "a nice small project, something that won't make too much noise" according to Joseph Pirzada in an interview on the E.I.N. website. "It will be a sound project that’s for sure, so I know that it won't appeal to those fans who want to continue to believe the mastering on the latest FTD 1950’s series is superior" You can read the complete interview with a lot of background information on the Memphis Recording Service releases on the Elvis Information Website.
Source: Elvis Information Network / Updated: Jul 8, 2007 

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Tony C (profilecontact) wrote on Jul 18, 2007report abuse
The reason these releases are not on sale in America is because they are not to be sold outside the EU because the material is still in copyright in the rest of the world. I would encourage people to buy the first two books, because essentially that is what they are. The DVD's are there to just help set the scene.
usmale (profilecontact) wrote on Jul 12, 2007report abuse
I bought the Tupelo's Own set on ebay but have been on the fence about purchasing the first two projects from Memphis Recording Service. The only reason I'm hesitating is because they are on DVD audio and not CD. The way I understand it is I can't play them in a regular CD player. Can someone convince me why I should buy these if I can only play them on a DVD player or on my computer? Is it possible to rip the tracks onto my computer like I do with a CD? Also does anyone know of an American distributor? I can only find UK distributors for these items. Any help at all would be appreciated. Thanks.
memphisblues (profilecontact) wrote on Jul 8, 2007report abuse
I look forward to this, i've not been dissapointed so far as long as the quality of the material is on par i can live without a book
byebye (profilecontact) wrote on Jul 7, 2007report abuse
That´s the spirit Rebell Yell. (My guess is the "New York sessions") But the original recordings from tape -to stamper -to vinyl is the best choice soundwise anytime, anyday. And those records have allways been out there....

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