Released by Elvis Unlimited is the book / CD combination “N.Y. 72”.more
Updated: Jun 11, 2005
Was the previous release on the label predestined to end up at the bottom of the FTD-pile, this one will be near the top, if not at the top. Without any doubt this one will played many, many times again. Thank you, Ernst and Co.!more
Updated: Aug 4, 2002 Shop
The latest release from FTD, the Nashville Marathon, is a gem. This is the kind of stuff that dreams are made of. The first thing I can say is that this should have been retitled ‘Essential Elvis - A Hundred Years From Now Part.2’.more
Updated: Aug 22, 2002 Shop
The soundtrack and movie, Speedway, were released in the spring of 1968 which mercifully ended the film career of Elvis Presley. It also signaled that Elvis was ready to move in other directions.more
Updated: Jul 15, 2008 Shop
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: Mar 10, 2001 Shop
In the regular FTD series we get a 2CD with two more or less complete shows. Is it double fun?more
Updated: Oct 25, 2008 Shop
Follow That Dream's focus on tour number 20 certainly is a tough one! This new CD contains a soundboard recording from New Haven, July 30 1976.more
Updated: Nov 28, 2009 Shop
In his celebrated, two-volume biography of Elvis Presley, author Peter Guralnick recounts a scene that underscores the drama involved in the young rock sensation's guest appearance on Frank Sinatra's television show in March 1960 -- a classic pop pairing that's highlighted in a DVD titled "Sinatra: The Classic Duets."more
Updated: Feb 1, 2004
A few years ago, record companies decided we needed a new sound format. For those curious to know why, here are some details.more
Updated: Apr 15, 2003 Shop
I have been an Elvis fan since the 1960's. So I have seen his music released in various ways. As a marketing graduate I think bmg/sony have run out of steam for innovative strategies to release his music.more
Updated: Jun 29, 2007
A good release for those fans that didn’t have “Auld Lang Syne”. Collectors will probably feel the need to buy it anyway.more
Updated: Mar 13, 2003 Shop
Once again I find myself reviewing a Memphis Recording Service release and what another beauty they've created for the dedicated Elvis fan!more
Updated: Nov 5, 2007 Shop
Graceland Records just released a collector's dream come true: Next-stop Fayetteville, three unreleased shows, okay, audience recordings, but this is the first outing of them.more
Updated: Sep 26, 2015
This release is maybe a bit late, but for most fans a real treasure. Unfortunately for the makers the Cool Romeo Box released all of it last month. But still I am glad to have it in my collection and this will be one of those release I can listen to manymore
Updated: Sep 11, 2002 Shop
Those fans that prefer a good show in lesser quality in sound above a good soundboard recording of a below par show will be very pleased with this CD.more
Updated: Apr 25, 2003 Shop
"If the airport were named after Elvis Presley, that would be a great honor," Soden said. "And it would certainly make millions of fans around the world happy."more
Updated: Jun 22, 2003
Released on the SR Records label is the CD “Not Too Sweet”. Is it (not too) sweet to our ears 33 years later?more
Updated: Sep 28, 2005
Every now and then a previously unreleased concert becomes available. This time the Czech Memory label released Elvis’ December 3rd. 1976 Dinner Show.more
Updated: Dec 22, 2004
Presley's movie music was bland, but the documentary 'That's the Way It Is' shows why he was king.more
Updated: Jan 14, 2001 Shop
FTD’s vinyl version of Now has seen the light of day. I was pretty positive about the FTD CD version of the album, how about this version?more
Updated: Apr 6, 2015 Shop
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