The Very Best Of Elvis Presley Live

Release Date; July 12, 2011. SONY


That's All Right (August 13, 1970)*
Blue Suede Shoes (August 22, 1969)
All Shook Up (August 22, 1969)
Love Me Tender (August 22, 1969)
Jailhouse Rock / Don't Be Cruel (August 22, 1969)
Heartbreak Hotel (August 22, 1969)
Hound Dog (August 22, 1969)
Are You Lonesome Tonight? (August 22, 1969)
The Wonder Of You (August 13, 1970)
An American Trilogy (January 14, 1973)
Burning Love (January 14, 1973)
In the Ghetto (August 22, 1969)
Suspicious Minds (August 22, 1969)
Can't Help Falling In Love (August 22, 1969) 

Source: Elvis World Japan / Updated: Jun 28, 2011 
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Quest (profilecontact) wrote on Jun 30, 2011report abuse
A complete waste of our money if we'd buy this ! Maybe it's destined for the wider public...but then the 1. selection should be better and 2. should be 28 songs rather then so very few ! Is this a Sony-Japan release ? Why doesn't the Sony Marketing Manager for Elvis catalogue not release the "remaining, missing" shows (Vegas, Tahoe) and all Concerts
EP gave since '70 (especially those filmed '72 on tour concerts that are still missing in our collection) ??? That would
further improve sales results for Sony.
marco31768 (profilecontact) wrote on Jun 29, 2011report abuse
My opinion is... Another no sense CD by SONY.
Monster (profilecontact) wrote on Jun 29, 2011report abuse
I love the photo but they haven't put a lot of thought into their artwork which is virtually non existent. Of course this is targeted at the casual buyer and therefore the song selection and Aloha Elvis image is the right approach. A casual buyer wouldn't be as interested in buying a live version of Just Pretend or What Now My Love as they would be in a live version of Love Me Tender - no matter how we the fans might shake our heads knowingly and wring our hands for their ignorance lol. However this is an excellent introduction for casual buyers who have maybe bought a few greatest hits packages and may be tempted to dip their toe into the Elvis world a little deeper and who knows, join the rest of us on ElvisNews before they know it. We all had to start somewhere and not everyone was there when the King was still doing his thing. Uh huh huh!
Herman (profilecontact) wrote on Jun 29, 2011report abuse
Funny cd, 10 of the 14 songs are from aug 22, 1969. Nice for a beginner collector.
Jerome (profilecontact) wrote on Jun 29, 2011report abuse
great cover- really suits the 1969 material..
GEORGE (GK) (profilecontact) wrote on Jun 28, 2011report abuse
Again RCA-SONY aims for the casual music buyer . It's a CD Introduction to Elvis Presley, recorded Live on stage, at a low CD price. And, it's only a "small portion" of the "best of Elvis live on stage"..
Shakingruud (profilecontact) wrote on Jun 28, 2011report abuse
Well Jamie... thats the reason why they called it THE VERY BEST (!!!) OF ELVIS PRESLEY....LIVE!
Jamie (profilecontact) wrote on Jun 28, 2011report abuse
Though the emphasis on 1969 is most welcome this is not a definitive collection. Love Me Tender and Heartbreak Hotel had become filler by 1969 - far better would have been My Babe, Johnny B. Goode, Mystery Train/Tiger Man and the fantastic edit of What I'd Say from the rare 1980s Greatest Hits Vol 1 ("The Sound of Your Cry") LP. I'm not a fan of swamp country rock (?) myself but I think a lot of fans will be disappointed Polk Salad Annie's missing. It looks like they've gone for famous song titles rather than great performances.

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