Elvis Presley The Album Collection
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Elvis Presley The Album Collection
Elvis Presley, the singer's first album for RCA Victor, was released on March 23, 1956, with its successor, Elvis, following in October 1956. Both albums reached #1 on the US charts and achieved RIAA platinum status.
Highlights of ELVIS PRESLEY - THE ALBUM COLLECTION include: Elvis Presley and Elvis, the 1956 RCA studio album releases that rocketed Elvis into the pop culture stratosphere; all 17 of his film soundtrack LPs including Loving You, King Creole, G.I. Blues, Blue Hawaii, Roustabout and more; the 1969 American Sound session albums Elvis In Memphis and Back In Memphis; Elvis's stunning 1960s Nashville albums; the King's 1970s triumphant live concert recordings On Stage (1970), Elvis As Recorded Live At Madison Square Garden (1972) and Aloha From Hawaii Via Satellite (1973); compilation albums--including the Elvis' Golden Records series released between 1958 and 1968--offering many of Elvis' non-album hits; the rare RCA Camden "budget" series which feature songs recorded for Presley films but not included on the traditional soundtrack albums in addition to other hard-to-find material.
Original album packaging has been meticulously restored for each of the discs included in ELVIS PRESLEY - THE ALBUM COLLECTION. Details include gatefold/die cut sleeves, original RCA Victor inserts and stickers, CD labels replicating original Side 1 labels and more.
The lavish ELVIS PRESLEY - THE ALBUM COLLECTION collector's box includes a 300-page fully illustrated hard cover book featuring insightful commentary penned by Elvis Presley scholar John Jackson, discographies and recording session details (dates, locations, personnel, etc.) and more.
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Item #: EPCD277
ELVIS PRESLEY - THE ALBUM COLLECTION
Elvis Presley (1956)
Loving You (1957)
Elvis Christmas Album (1957)
Elvis’ Golden Records (1958)
King Creole (1958)
For LP Fans Only (1959)
A Date With Elvis (1959)
Elvis’ Gold Records Volume 2—50,000,000 Elvis Fans Can’t Be Wrong (1959)
Elvis Is Back! (1960)
G.I. Blues (1960)
His Hand In Mine (1960)
Something For Everybody (1961)
Blue Hawaii (1961)
Pot Luck (1962)
Girls! Girls! Girls! (1962)
It Happened At The World’s Fair (1963)
Elvis’ Golden Records Volume 3 (1963)
Fun In Acapulco (1963)
Kissin’ Cousins (1964)
Girl Happy (1965)
Elvis For Everyone (1965)
Harum Scarum (1965)
Frankie And Johnny (1966)
Paradise, Hawaiian Style (1966)
How Great Thou Art (1967)
Double Trouble (1967)
Elvis’ Gold Records Volume 4 (1968)
Elvis Sings Flaming Star (1968)
Elvis (NBC-TV Special) (1968)
From Elvis In Memphis (1969)
From Memphis To Vegas/From Vegas To Memphis (2 discs, 1969)
Let’s Be Friends (1970)
On Stage (1970)
Almost In Love (1970)
That’s The Way It Is (1970)
Elvis Country (I’m 10,000 Years Old) (1971)
Love Letters From Elvis (1971)
C’mon Everybody (1971)
I Got Lucky (1971)
Elvis Sings The Wonderful World Of Christmas (1971)
Elvis Now (1972)
He Touched Me (1972)
Elvis: As Recorded At Madison Square Garden (1972)
Aloha From Hawaii Via Satellite (2 discs, 1973)
Elvis (Fool) (1973)
Raised On Rock (1973)
Good Times (1974)
Elvis: As Recorded Live On Stage In Memphis (1974)
Promised Land (1975)
Elvis Today (1975)
From Elvis Presley Boulevard, Memphis, Tennessee (1976)
Moody Blue (1977)
‘50s Rarities (new collection)
’60s Rarities (new collection)
‘70s Rarities (new collection)
I have been an Elvis fan all of my life. I am very happy that someone finally offered such a product.
You could say that I am a collector, but I am more a fan and admirer of Elvis. The total album collection not only showcases the body of work accomplished by one man, but also demonstrates just a glimpse of his artistic capabilities. The last 3 CD's do indeed reveal the essence of a very real human being who had so much to offer the world.
I thank you for assembling such a finely done collection. Perhaps the FTD collection could be next, or a DVD collection of his movies/documentaries.
This great album collection it is my favorite, because I now have my vinylalbums complete in a digital version.
So it was quite a lot of money, but it's worth every euro.
sandra winter (4/5/2016)
I absolutely loved this collection. Ive been searching for years and have stacks of Elvis cds everywhere. But these are Elvis actual albums I spent a lot of time researching the albums that were going to be in the collection. Because I thought I was going to end up with a large amount of cds with songs jut being repeated. But no this collection is amazing. With Gospel, Christmas, Rock and Country. There is something for everyone. I love,love, love the box it came in the pictures are awesome. There are no words to describe the book it is priceless. I think this was done beautifully. I would have paid double what I paid if The Million Dollar Quartet would have been included. lol Thank You so much for making this collection available.
The collection of these cds are great, just wished that some of the other cds would been included like "The Sun Sessions" and a complete "Jailhouse Rock", soundtrack on a single cd.. otherwise a very nice assortment of Elvis's albums..it would make any fan proud to have these.
ANDY BADDISH (4/4/2016)
The book is worth the cost of the set.
Perhaps some thing more than a cardboard box to hold it all. The Sinatra suitcase comes to mind.
If you are a collector you must have this set!
I mean, it's Elvis. 60 CDs + a book filled with pictures. Elvis all over the place (hears, eyes, heart). Wonderful!
This set is great. However a few of the key albums are not in it. The two that are not included are Separate Ways and Burning Love. There maybe others but these are the two standouts without me checking my 33 rpm collection.
Other than these two exceptions the set is a great set.