More Christmas Peace Promotion

The tracks on this CD have two themes, the first CD is a Christmas CD, the second has a “Peace” theme with gospel recordings. All songs are remixed from the original source tape using DSD technology. The promotion will be done by print, radio and giveaways. And there will be in store play CD’s so there might be a promo-release. And while we're on the Christmas theme, Lisa Marie Presley recorded the song "Silent Night" for the NBC release "Sounds Of The Season".
Source: Email / Updated: Oct 19, 2003 

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Son Of Mark 64 (profilecontact) wrote on Oct 21, 2003report abuse
Same old thing. Could we not have an christmas cd out on the ftd label instead with alternate tracks and also another gospel cd as well. You could even put them out on the main steam label as a budget range so that people could buy them for stocking fillers for ELVIS FANS like myself remember the good old days of the camden.
There should be a petition to rerelease these long lost albums. Well at least I tried.
gribz (profilecontact) wrote on Oct 21, 2003report abuse
This new CD focuses on Elvis's great Gospel recordings and Classical Christmas songs..If BMG promotes this in the same fashion that Rod Stewart is being promoted with his big band era compilation of songs, Elvis will have great success with the new Album, and continued success with '2nd to none'. It is up to us to send BMG an e-mail as to this fact.. PLease ask others on your loop to do the same.. This is the right time to boost and ramp up '2nd to none' while giving enormous exposure for a part of Elvis's life that the casual fan is not so much aware of; his great Gospel recordings. Only Elvis can put a Gospel song across, that comes straight from the Soul, through the Heart and out the mouth...please e-mail Bmg or call them..
Antjie (profilecontact) wrote on Oct 20, 2003report abuse
This answers my question on the previous Christmas Peace details regarding DSD technology. Thank you. Can we assume every "new" Elvis release will now be remixed from the original tapes using this technology? If so, I'm glad for the new generation of fans. But of course I will buy them too!

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