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  • Country Side of ELVIS CD
    Item #: EPCD094
    This is the only double Elvis country album from RCA. 51 country favorites. Remastered for superior sound; with new liner notes. Features classics "Kentucky Rain" and "(Now And Then) There's A Fool Such As I."
    • $39.98
  • Elvis - Heart & Soul Remastered CD
    Item #: EPCD098
    With the great success of ELV1S 30 #1 Hits, and the re-airing of the major network TV special "ELVIS LIVES" Elvis fans the world over will surely look to add these items to their collection. From rock & roll, to pop, to country music, Elvis could do it all. Here is one of the four classic CD's to satisfy any Elvis fan.

    This remastered CD includes 22 classic love songs originally recorded between 1956 and 1970 including Paul Simon's "Bridge Over Troubled Water."

    Track Listing:

    1. Love Me Tender 2:42
    2. Young And Beautiful 2:02
    3. Love Me 2:43
    4. I Want You, I Need You, I Love You 2:40
    5. Don't 2:48
    6. As Long As I Have You (With The Jordanaires) 1:50
    7. Loving You (With The Jordanaires) 2:12
    8. Fame And Fortune 2:29
    9. The Girl Of My Best Friend 2:21
    10. Are You Lonesome Tonight? (With The Jordanaires) 3:06
    11. Can't Help Falling In Love (With The Jordanaires) 2:58
    12. She's Not You (With The Jordanaires) 2:08
    13. Anything That's Part Of You (With The Jordanaires) 2:04
    14. Love Letters 2:50
    15. It's Now Or Never (With The Jordanaires) 3:14
    16. It Hurts Me (With The Jordanaires) 2:27
    17. I Just Can't Help Believin' (With The Sweet Inspirations and The Imperials Quartet) 4:39
    18. Always On My Mind (With JD Sumner and The Stamps) 3:38
    19. Suspicious Minds 4:29
    20. I've Lost You (With The Sweet Inspirations and The Imperials Quartet) 3:55
    21. You Don't Have To Say You Love Me 2:30
    22. Bridge Over Troubled Water 4:28

    Made in the United States

    • $22.98
  • ELVIS At Sun CD
    Item #: EPCD102
    "I'll never forget the night my father, Sam Phillips, brought home Elvis' first record…the sound that was generated by that Sun 45, and the sheer excitement on my father's face…it's all encapsulated in that one moment. And in that moment, I think, everything changed." -Knox Phillips, 2004

    "I don't sound like nobody!" -Elvis Presley, 1954

    "That's All Right" was rock 'n' roll's Big Bang. It was July 5, 1954 and Elvis Presley had just begun a 17-month association with Sun Records that ultimately changed both popular music and popular culture forever. That day, Elvis synthesized everything he knew into an entirely new life-form, an achievement that has been so analyzed and chronicled that it takes the re-release of his original Sun recordings to emind us just how remarkable it was.

    July 5, 2004 marks the 50th Anniversary of the recording of "That's All Right" at Sun Studios in Memphis. This milestone event is an anniversary considered to be the "birth of rock 'n' roll." In these recordings, Elvis discovered what he was placed on this earth to do. Rock. With Sam Phillips at his side, over the course of a few months in the mid-1950s, he invented the sound and the look of rock 'n' roll. This comprehensive single-disc set follows the formative early career of Elvis Presley and his transcendent body of work at Sun Records. Beyond essential, this collection includes all 5 of Elvis' original Sun singles (A & B sides) and rare alternate takes.

    • $22.98
  • Elvis At the Movies CD
    Item #: EPCD128
    Elvis made 31 movies and 11 of his movie soundtracks made it into the top ten. Now you can own the first two disc set of the best of Elvis's movie songs with Elvis at the Movies!
    • $24.98
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