Elvis Presley the best universal music vergoldet Japan


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Elvis Presley The best Universal Music 24 K vergoldet

(By Michel pathuis)

This strange 24bit Audio 2 CD-set from Hong Kong comes with a 12 page booklet, inside of the booklet are several well known pictures from Elvis and some drawings from Elvis, plus you will find a story and the tracklisting in the Chinese language. Each CD has a title, the first CD has the name "Love me tender" that is filled with love songs and ballads, and the second CD is titled "Always on my mind" with strong songs from the sixties and seventies. The CD'S have both a print, the first one a kind of peaceful landscape while CD 2 has a forrest as a print. Backcover of the jewelcase feature a picture from G.I. Blues and the tracklisting. This CD set is housed in a slipcase with a beautiful picture, which can be seen above. The slipcase has also a picture from G.I. Blues and the tracklisting on the back.
Tracklisting CD 1:
Love me tender, Its now or never, Are you lonesome tonight, don't, Loving you, Can't help falling in love, Love letters, I want you I need you I love you, That's when your heartaches begin, True love, Young and beautiful, Doin' the best I can, Something blue, Angel, That's someone you never forget, Just pretend, For the good times, Woman without love, He'll have to go, Its impossible.
Tracklisting CD 2:
Always on my mind, Love me, And I love you so, Indescribably blue, Its only love, Going home, The girl of my best friend, Singing tree, Tomorrow is a long time, Fever, You don't have to say you love me, You dont know me, I'll remember you, Fools fall in love, Stay away, Surrender, Suspicious minds, Suspicion, Mine, Down in the alley, I just can't help believin, Heartbreak hotel (live), Hound dog (live), Blue moon of Kentucky.

Sun Records Compilation

Recordings from Elvis Presley, Carl Perkins, Johnny Cash, Jerry Lee Lewis, and Roy Orbison will be among those featured on a 44-song, two-disc set chronicling the history of Sun Records. Due Aug. 6 from BMG Heritage, "Sun Records 50th Anniversary," which will retail for $21.98, will contain such legendary tracks as Presley's "Mystery Train," Perkins' "Blue Suede Shoes," and Sonny Burgess' "Red Headed Woman."
The Memphis label, launched by producer Sam Phillips after he recorded such artists as B.B. King, Howlin' Wolf, and Jakie Brenston for blues label Chess Records, melded R&B and country to pave the way for rock'n'roll's mainstream acceptance. While a full tracklist was not available at deadline, the set begins with Sun' first release, "Driving Slow" from sax player Johnny London, and highlights some early '50s recordings such as Junior Parker's "Feelin' Good," the Prisionaires' "Just Walking in the Rain," and Jimmy & Walter's "Easy." A lesser-known take on "Mystery Train" from Parker, who wrote the song, is also featured.
"Anniversary" will come with a booklet that contains track-by-track commentary and a label history penned by Colin Escott. Additional artists featured on the album include James Cotton, Jack Earl, Ray Harris and Tommy Blake. Warren Smith's "Red Cadillac and a Black Mustache" and an alternate take of Little Milton's "Looking for My Baby" are also represented.
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