I think I Believe is the perfect title for a collection of Elvis' religious music because, working with him almost 15 years, I know he believed every word in these songs. It was indeed an honor to know and work with him. We shall always treasure our memories. – Gordon Stoker, The Jordanaires in the sleevenotes of the "I Believe" box-set.more
Updated: Apr 3, 2009
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Recently Sony released the zillionth gospel compilation by our man. For an obvious reason Elvis’ gospels are always working for the mass and probably there are more to come, just like the (almost) annual Christmas compilations.more
Updated: Apr 12, 2009
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The “normal” FTD of July 2006 is a live recording from Las Vegas, February 1974.more
Updated: Jul 15, 2006
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Sony re-issued two more Camden volumes on their Special Budget label; “I Got Lucky” and “Elvis Sings Hits From His Movies”. Did I get lucky tracking down a copy?more
Updated: Mar 19, 2009
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After the throwaway soundtrack “Easy Come, Easy Go” I needed some real music to listen to. Since I always loved the “He Touched Me” album, I decided to give “I Sing All Kinds” a go first.more
Updated: Jul 19, 2007
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This “study material” CD form the SR label was released some time ago, but we finally tracked down a copy. Is it for "Elvis students" only?more
Updated: Apr 23, 2008
This release was part of five rush releases in the first quarter of 2002 from Teenager Records. The CD was released as a CDR a while ago, so this version doesn’t bring us any surprises at all.more
Updated: Jun 2, 2002
Christmas was Elvis’ favourite time of the year, and you can hear Elvis enjoyment in these songs. This release is the perfect present for every music lover.more
Updated: Nov 3, 2002
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This series can be a good introduction of Elvis in the Christian stores, gaining a new public, and in return a nice way to introduce that public to Elvis.more
Updated: Nov 30, 2001
The latest “new” outing of FTD is the Vegas Midnight show of 3 February 1973. Was Elvis still at his top like less than a month earlier in Hawaii?more
Updated: Dec 14, 2008
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Released a little while ago on the new Steam import label is the CD "I'm A Steamroller Baby". Where have I heard this before?more
Updated: Feb 12, 2009
Of course the CD is not fit for a general public, but we had it in our player for a couple of times now and it is really a pleasure to listen to.more
Updated: Dec 1, 2000
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This time a soundboard recording on the Czech label, okay to listen to but disappointing for a soundboard recording. Anyway, buy it if you don't want to miss a good Elvis-performance.more
Updated: Mar 5, 2003
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Earlier this week I reviewed I’ll Remember You, now it’s time for the other release in the latest FTD-bunch, the classic In Person at the International Hotel.more
Updated: Dec 17, 2008
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Its déjà vu time – everyone’s been there before, even to the new tunes inserted. Its Elvis and these were four concerts we didn’t have yet and which we can now add to the concert collection.more
Updated: Apr 13, 2003
"If you are looking for unreleased Elvis material, you won't find it, but nobody claimed you would. If you want a nicely put together, somewhat different, album (certainly as entertaining as any other of its kind), then you won't regret buying it.more
Updated: Apr 18, 2001
Now this energetic concert has been released "officially" in the Czech Republic that's the main difference with the previous release.more
Updated: Mar 4, 2002
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My advice if you haven't bought this CD/CD-ROM put your money back in your pockets, to my surprise I noticed on the back cover it has little thank you to the supplier of the video material.more
Updated: Apr 30, 2002
Gravel Road Music released the first volume of the announced "It Don't Have To Be Strictly Country" with undubbed acetate recordings. I wonder, it don't has to be strictly one volume or does it?more
Updated: Aug 10, 2008
This is the kind of package that makes even soundtrack recordings interesting. For a "mixed" soundtrack like this one, this package makes it worth buying.more
Updated: May 7, 2003
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The soundtrack to the movie It Happened At The World’s Fair was issued April 10, 1963 and rose to Number Four on the national album sales charts. Fun In Acapulco takes Elvis south of the border, the soundtrack has a Latin feel and is musically different from any other Elvis Presley album. It was released in November of 1963 and quickly became another hit album for Elvis reaching number three on the charts.more
Updated: Jul 11, 2008
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This series can be a good introduction of Elvis in the Christian stores, gaining a new public, and in return a nice way to introduce that public to Elvis.more
Updated: Sep 1, 2001
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Bootleggers are probably scraping the bottom of the barrel with all he reissues and now a double release of the same concert by two entities at the same time. Both releases don’t contain any label information what so ever.more
Updated: Aug 5, 2007
Released on an unknown import label is the amateurish looking CD "It’s Deja-vu Time". With so many crap releases coming out recently I wonder, is it deja-vu time again?more
Updated: Mar 15, 2008
Just how different is it now at STAX?more
Updated: Aug 12, 2009
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