Two New Memories CDs

Two new audience recordings from the Memory label have been announced to be out this month. Titles are "Last Time In Spectrum" & "Really Don't Want To Know" and the dates are Philadelphia, PA, May 28, 1977 & Jacksonville, FL, May 30, 1977 It comes in an eight page booklet.

Really don't Want To Know

Source: For CD Collectors Only / Updated: Feb 3, 2012 
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Martin DJ (profilecontact) wrote on Feb 20, 2012report abuse
Who are the famous marketing experts mentioned by JeanMarie that encourage Sony to release a series of "The best of Elvis on stage"? Was there a convention we are not aware of where famous marketing experts came together to discuss a marketing plan for the Elvis catalogue? Well, what do I know, compared to elio2012, who became a member of this forum only days ago and has already decided to be a JeanMarie supporter.
Tony C (profilecontact) wrote on Feb 17, 2012report abuse
To our own marketing expert, I direct the following comment. On another posting, I was pleased to inform you that I am not your brother. Now I will add that I am not your son, do not address me as such. With regard to these box sets covering each tour Elvis did from 1970 onwards directed towards the general public, what makes you think that the general public is interested in alternative versions of the same songs over and again? Where did you do your marketing?
Tony C (profilecontact) wrote on Feb 8, 2012report abuse
When did Sony say that they did want want to release the "Elvis In Concert" album in their Legacy series? Just because they haven't, it does not mean they don't want to or won't eventually include it in the series. We have only had a few of Elvis' albums included in this series and none of us have any idea of future plans as to what will or won't be included. As for a future live compilation box set mooted in the posting, I think we have had enough live compilations in the past. Thanks for the warning at the end, although I doubt whether people here really care what FTD releases other fans buy or avoid. Delusions of grandeur, perhaps.
Boxcar (profilecontact) wrote on Feb 7, 2012report abuse
Well, these are audience recordings and -no matter how the covers look- Memory always comes up with 1st or at least very early generation copies of their released concerts. If you are a collector you have the chance to get complete recordings from a good source. And that's all that counts in that case. I will be able to throw away my 20 year old tapes and replace them with these two CDs.
Ciscoking (profilecontact) wrote on Feb 6, 2012report abuse
You have to take into account..they are from May 1977..not a good tour. Therefore you should know what to matter what he sang. Essential for collectors in any case because of debuts on silver disc.. the Philly show in complete form now..the Jacksonville show we never had before. If you are a fan of 1977..go and get it..if you aren`t and you aren`t a collector... stay away..easy...
Jerome (profilecontact) wrote on Feb 6, 2012report abuse
yes lacke lee, they are indeed home made.. my little brother designed them- he's 6 years old..
Paul Sweeney (profilecontact) wrote on Feb 5, 2012report abuse
Even though it's the first time that we get the Philly show complete on a silver disc and the Jacksonville concert's debuts on silver disc, the covers still blow.
Pedro Nuno (profilecontact) wrote on Feb 4, 2012report abuse
The covesr are too good for the inside content...
Ciscoking (profilecontact) wrote on Feb 4, 2012report abuse
Granted,..these shows don`t belong to the best. But for collectors they are not to pass. First time that we get the Philly show complete on silver disc. The Jacksonville concert debuts on silver disc.
lacke lee (profilecontact) wrote on Feb 4, 2012report abuse
the covers do look like they are homemade
theoldscudder (profilecontact) wrote on Feb 4, 2012report abuse
These are truly beautiful pieces of art. The covers are really flattering. I can just imagine the sound. I've never seen more care given to a product. Please where can I purchase these. Fairy tales can come true they can happen to you if your dumb at heart.
Rejane (profilecontact) wrote on Feb 4, 2012report abuse
Yep, I'd definetely walk a mile to own these two! NOT!
Havard (profilecontact) wrote on Feb 3, 2012report abuse
Worst covers ever? It reminds me of the bootleg releases “And I Love You So – The King Rocks Milwaukee” and “Never-Ending Demand” (Rainbow Records). Both albums include ‘77 pictures of The King I wouldn’t call very flattering. 1977 is a difficult year for good live pictures.
Steve V (profilecontact) wrote on Feb 3, 2012report abuse
Oh my goodness
Orion (profilecontact) wrote on Feb 3, 2012report abuse
Could be the two worst covers E V E R on two Elvis CDs.
Lex (profilecontact) wrote on Feb 3, 2012report abuse
Thanks for the warning!

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