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Kylan wrote:no Too Much?? cmon!!
and gotta have "Stranger in My Own Hometown" somewhere in there!
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KiwiAlan wrote:By popular demand, below is an attempt to distill the best of our hero on two listenable discs, from the most up-to-date sources. There's only one area I was not able to include. Enjoy!
I don't get this.
What are the most up to date sources?
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Liverbobs wrote:How about a remix version of Bossa Nova Baby sans vocals as an added extra.........
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MYBOYMYBOY wrote:Theres a fair few moree i think could make that list doc, But id deffo take the track "Its your baby you rock it" Off because its seriously Crap Imo.
In fact what was elvis thinking of when he was recording this crap, he must of been seriously scrapping the barrel.
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elvis presley scrapbook wrote:Liverbobs wrote:How about a remix version of Bossa Nova Baby sans vocals as an added extra.........
Your kiddin' right ?
Where did you get THAT crazy idea from
Wed Jul 16, 2008 9:37 pm
minkahed wrote:No "My Boy"? No thanks !
rickeap wrote:Great compilation for sure but there are a few (i.e. Is it So Strange, If I Love You) that I would delete while adding Stranger in my own Home Town and TROUBLE
KiwiAlan wrote:What are the most up to date sources?
DarrylMac wrote:Just my opinion, but I might have been tempted to replace the live version of I Got A Woman with the flawless I Just Can't Help Believing, but apart from that, it's a nice compilation.
No gospel Doc? Is that the area you didn't / couldn't include?
Marc Haegeman wrote:"If I Loved You", one of the most beautiful Rodgers & Hammerstein songs (and there's a lot of choice with them...), which gets a truly superb impromptu performance by our man and emphasizes - if need be - his versatility. (Although I would have taken the ca. 1960 version from the "In A Private Moment" FTD CD - deserved applause there.)
shanebrown wrote:Also kinda surprised by the lack of material from the 1966 sessions - Tomorrow Is A Long Time being an obvious missing track.
Michael puplett wrote:It's all personal , so each person has their own favourites I think I'd have to include , ' Teddy Bear , I Need You So , and ' Wear My Ring Around Your Neck '
elvis presley scrapbook wrote:WHAT !!! no 60' soundtrax ? I think just maybe that's what The Doc finds hard to include
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Wed Jul 16, 2008 11:32 pm
elvis presley scrapbook wrote:Fair comments there Doc, fair comments.
When is it being released ?
Nothing after 1974 ?
Wed Jul 16, 2008 11:44 pm
drjohncarpenter wrote:Anyone discern what one aspect of his musical legacy I could not fit?
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rockinrebel wrote:drjohncarpenter wrote:Anyone discern what one aspect of his musical legacy I could not fit?
The Million Dollar Quartet?
Live in the '50's/ The '50's TV appearances
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