This 10 CD set is a limited edition of 1000 copies, containing a huge part of Elvis catalogue in French.more
Updated: Jan 13, 2003
Memphis Recording Services (MRS) just released another book/CD package, covering Elvis time in Germany and the homerecordings made there.more
Updated: Mar 9, 2019 Shop
Finally a FTD release we were really looking forward to again. Did it meet the expectations?more
Updated: Apr 8, 2006 Shop
Speaking of books and some of the fiction that has been written in regards to Elvis and his world, I was just sent an excerpt from George Klein's book by a fan in Ireland.more
Updated: Jan 9, 2010 Shop
Surfing the WWW we stumbled on the Master & Session website. Attracted by the design we took a closer look and got a bit dazzled. Several days later we regained consciousness and decided to write this review.more
Updated: Oct 18, 1999
A couple of weeks after the CD/book combination Memphis Recording Service released the vinyl version.more
Updated: Dec 19, 2016 Shop
There have been many items made in the likeness of Elvis Presley, including dolls, statues and one time or another, little plastic Elvis. Oddly, he had never been taken on by one of the companies we know could do him justice.more
Updated: Jun 12, 2004
Written by John Wilkinson’s biggest fan and professional journalist, Peter Verbruggen, is a recollection of memories of John’s years with Elvis. This book is clearly made with love, not just for the money because someone knew Elvis.more
Updated: Jan 11, 2004 Shop
This is one of the few import releases that came out recently. It's an incomplete soundboard recording from April 26 1977.more
Updated: Jun 10, 2001
It isn't the worst 1977 show, but the sound quality isn't too good. A lot of noise and the band sounds loud compared to Elvis, and you hardly hear the Sweets. If not for collecting reasons, you can easily live without it.more
Updated: Jul 5, 2001 Shop
My name is George Dassinger and I was a VP - Rogers & Cowan Public Relations’ Corporate Entertainment division - based in New York City from the late ‘70s through the mid ‘80s. It was 1982, early spring, when I received a phone call from the West Coast office saying the company signed a new client. I would help launch the account under the guidance of the Beverly Hills office. Elvis’ home and entourage refuge was being turned into a “museum”. It was going to be “Graceland – the museum”. I was told to fly to Memphis to visit Graceland. Report back after my visit, be fair and objective and provide an evaluation of media, promotional options and “a preview day”.more
Updated: Dec 25, 2009
Part two of George Dassinger's memopries of opening Graceland to the world.more
Updated: Dec 26, 2009
Last weekend the editorial team of ElvisNews went to Denmark to visit the beautiful capital Copenhagen. Not coincidentally there was an Elvis related concert, organized by our very active friends of Elvis Unlimited.more
Updated: Apr 15, 2005
During the 60’s Elvis went often to the Memphis Fairground Amusement park. After closing time he rented the fairground just for himself and his friends.more
Updated: Jan 14, 2003
Indeed, the Memphis Mafia Inc. held their own second annual reunion at the Ramada Airport Friday and Saturday for Elvis Week 2000.more
Updated: Aug 14, 2000
Volume two of this colourful series is available, this time with video footage.more
Updated: Dec 4, 2006 Shop
Two SUN projects were in the works for the major part of 2005, a project by Ernst Jorgensen on the Follow That Dream label and a project by Joe Pirzada. The latter has released his project, “Memphis Recording Service Volume 1: 1953-1954” just before the end of 2005.more
Updated: Dec 16, 2005 Shop
We can only say that you have to have it! Even if you have every single take released before, this FTD-release contains 74 minutes of pure listening pleasure.more
Updated: Nov 18, 2001 Shop
The "Memphis Sessions", another fine release from the FTD label brings us back to a time when The king was changing the direction of his Recordings, creating some of the best "style" of his career.more
Updated: Nov 11, 2001
Unless you are in the great circumstances that you know a very experienced Memphis-visitor, who really knows a lot about Elvis, there's only one real solution: Memphis Elvis-Style.more
Updated: May 1, 2001 Shop
No this is not our Seasnon's Greeting to you but a short review of a short, yet special, CD.more
Updated: Dec 15, 2004
The whereabouts of Presley's girlfriend who was at the world's first superstar jam session went unknown for decades. Until now.more
Updated: Nov 11, 2008 Shop
A FTD I was not really looking forward to. The Jungle Room sessions aren’t my piece of cake generally.more
Updated: Jan 11, 2014 Shop
Moody Blue was released June 19, 1977. Less than two months later Elvis Presley was dead of a massive heart attack probably caused by a combination of prescription drugs and excessive weight gain. Moody Blue would become a huge hit album reaching number three on the pop charts and remaining number one on the country charts for ten weeks. It would go on to sell three million copies in the United States.more
Updated: Aug 1, 2008 Shop
We get the complete masters of the Graceland sessions here, but from the original LP "Let Me Be There" is omitted. Because it is available on "Live on Stage in Memphis" already, the cover states.more
Updated: Jun 5, 2000 Shop
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