Elvis new Official CD Releases in 2021

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Saturday 30 January 2021

'His Hand In Mine Sessions' New FTD deluxe set: The first FTD announcement for 2021, another deluxe set in the on-going "complete" sessions series the 'His Hand In Mine Sessions'.
This 8” deluxe 3-CD package features a 28-page booklet with an insightful essay, recording data, memorabilia and rare photos.

EIN Note: Many collectors will be wondering what new takes are included that were not on the excellent and near complete FTD 'Classic Album' from 2006.
We can only find two or three officially unreleased outtakes in the tracklist, 'In My Father's House' (w/p Take 1) & Take 8 plus possibly 'Surrender' incomplete Take 4 where the ending was spliced to complete the master.


(News, Source;FTD/ElvisInfoNet)

CD 1 - THE ORIGINAL ALBUM
SIDE 1
01 His Hand In Mine
02 I'm Gonna Walk Dem Golden Stairs
03 In My Father’s House (Are Many Mansions)
04 Milky White Way
05 Known Only To Him
06 I Believe In The Man In The Sky
SIDE 2
07 Joshua Fit The Battle
08 He Knows Just What I Need
09 Swing Down Sweet Chariot
10 Mansion Over The Hilltop
11 If We Never Meet Again
12 Working On The Building
THE ORIGINAL SINGLES SIDES
13 Crying In The Chapel
14 Surrender



CD 2
THE OCTOBER 1960 SESSIONS
01 Milky White Way (takes 1-3)
02 Milky White Way (takes 4-5)
03 Milky White Way (takes 6-7/M)
04 His Hand In Mine (take 1)
05 His Hand In Mine (takes 2-4)
06 His Hand In Mine (take 5)
07 His Hand In Mine (splice of takes 5 and 4/M)
08 I Believe In The Man In The Sky (take 1)
09 I Believe In The Man In The Sky (takes 2-3)
10 I Believe In The Man In The Sky (take 4/M)
11 He Knows Just What I Need (take 1)
12 He Knows Just What I Need (takes 2-4)
13 He Knows Just What I Need (takes 5-7)
14 He Knows Just What I Need (take 8)
15 He Knows Just What I Need (take 9)
16 He Knows Just What I Need (take 10/M)

17 Surrender (take 1)
18 Surrender (take 2)
19 Surrender (takes 3-4/M)
20 Surrender (takes 5-6)
21 Surrender (take 7)
22 Surrender (takes 8-9)
23 Surrender (work part for take 4, takes 1-7)

CD 3
THE OCTOBER 1960 SESSIONS (Continued)
01 Mansion Over The Hilltop (take 1)
02 Mansion Over The Hilltop (takes 2-3/M)
03 In My Father’s House (Are Many Mansions) (takes 1-6)
04 In My Father’s House (Are Many Mansions) ) (take 7)
05 In My Father’s House (Are Many Mansions) (take 8)
06 In My Father’s House (Are Many Mansions) (work part, take 1)
07 In My Father’s House (Are Many Mansions) (splice of take 8 and work part take 1/M)
08 Joshua Fit The Battle (take 1)
09 Joshua Fit The Battle (take 2)
10 Joshua Fit The Battle (take 3)
11 Joshua Fit The Battle (take 4/M)
12 Swing Down Sweet Chariot (take 1)
13 Swing Down Sweet Chariot (takes 2-3)
14 Swing Down Sweet Chariot (take 4/M)
15 I'm Gonna Walk Dem Golden Stairs (take 1/M)
16 I'm Gonna Walk Dem Golden Stairs (takes 2-3)
17 I'm Gonna Walk Dem Golden Stairs (take 4)
18 I'm Gonna Walk Dem Golden Stairs (take 5)
19 If We Never Meet Again (take 1/M)
20 Known Only To Him (takes 1-2)
21 Known Only To Him (takes 3-4)
22 Known Only To Him (take 5/M)
23 Crying In The Chapel (take 1)
24 Crying In The Chapel (takes 2-3/M)
25 Working On The Building (take 1)
26 Working On The Building (take 2)
27 Working On The Building (takes 3-4)
28 Working On The (take 5/M)

Monday 11 January 2021

'Bruce Jackson, On The Road With Elvis' OUT NOW: Gary Jackson’s 2018 book on his brother’s adventures on the road as Elvis’ sound engineer between 1971 and 1977, complete with three new cds.
CD 1: An audio documentary on Elvis in 1976 hosted by Jack Mullins.
CD 2: Previously unreleased soundboard of Elvis’ concert in Sioux Falls, October 18th 1976.
CD 3: Previously unreleased soundboard of Elvis’ concert in Atlanta, December 30th 1976.
OUT NOW - It is a strictly limited release so if you want it you need to chase Elvis dealers now.
EIN Notes: Wow, EIN thought the FTD deluxe 'TTWII' 600-page book with 8

1970 rehearsal cds was expensive at £180 but this set at £111 (US$240) for a 200-page book (not totally on Elvis) plus two 1976 soundboard concerts (with audio doco) seems ludicrous. Atlanta December 1976 features a very poor piano-heavy audio mix. Hopefully FTD see reason and release the soundboards as a CD- double-pack after this limited edition sells-out - See Below for tracklist and more details
(News, Source;FTD/ElvisInfoNet)

Monday 21 December 2020
‘From Elvis in Nashville’ Box-set EIN In-Depth Review: A 4CD collection presenting the definitive chronicle of Elvis' 1970 marathon sessions with the "Nashville Cats".
Recorded live in RCA's Studio B over the course of an epic five day run in June 1970 now, for the first time, the sessions are presented in pristine audio, newly mixed by acclaimed engineer Matt Ross-Spang without the added overdubs appearing on earlier releases.
Elvis’ 1970 Nashville session was very different from the previous Memphis sessions or even Elvis’ later sessions. Nashville was a real mix of Elvis recording RCA supplied demos along with one-take spontaneous favourites Elvis threw into the mix.
As Elvis noted, "It don't take much to get these guys going, boy, I'll tell you…. Just give them a "well..." and they're gone. That's what I call 'Sittin' on ready".
EIN's Piers Beagley explores this new box-set to discover one of the best Elvis releases in years..
(CD Reviews, Source;ElvisInformationNetwork)

Friday 11 December 2020

'Bruce Jackson, On The Road With Elvis' To be released in January: Gary Jackson’s 2018 book on his brother’s adventures on the road as Elvis’ sound engineer between 1971 and 1977, complete with three new cds.
CD 1: An audio documentary on Elvis in 1976 hosted by Jack Mullins.
CD 2: Previously unreleased soundboard of Elvis’ concert in Sioux Falls, October 18th 1976.
CD 3: Previously unreleased soundboard of Elvis’ concert in Atlanta, December 30th 1976.
To be released in January 2021. It is a strictly limited release so if you want it pre-order it now.
EIN Notes: Wow, EIN thought the FTD deluxe 'TTWII' 600-page book with 8 1970 rehearsal cds was expensive at £180 but this set at £111 (US$240) for a 200-page book (not totally on Elvis) plus two 1976 soundboard concerts (with audio doco) seems ludicrous.
For super-keen Elvis fans who purchased the book when it was first released, this seems an unfair deal to have to buy it all again just for the 1976 soundboards.
Hopefully FTD see reason and release the soundboards as a separate double-pack - the CD sleeve is after all separate from the book so easy to re-print - after this limited edition package sells-out.

 
CD2 - Sioux Falls, South Dakota, October 18th 1976
Also Sprach Zarathustra / See See Rider / I Got A Woman – Amen / Love Me / Fairytale / Jailhouse Rock / You Gave Me A Mountain / All Shook Up / (Let Me Be Your) Teddy Bear – Don’t Be Cruel / And I Love You So / Fever / Steamroller Blues / America The Beautiful / Band Intros / Early Morning Rain / What’d I Say / Hurt / Hound Dog / Blue Christmas / My Heavenly Father (sung by Kathy Westmoreland) / Can’t Help Falling In Love / Closing Vamp
CD3 - Atlanta, Georgia, December 30th 1976
See See rider / I Got A Woman – Amen / Big Boss Man / Love Me / Fairytale / Happy Birthday / You Gave Me A Mountain / O Sole Mio (sung by Sherrill Nielsen) / It’s Now Or Never / Jailhouse Rock / Such A Night / Reconsider Baby / Are You Lonesome Tonight? / That’s All Right / My Way / Polk Salad Annie / Band Intros / Early Morning Rain /
What’d I Say / Johnny B. Goode / Love Letters / School Day / Hurt / Hound Dog / Unchained Melody / Can’t Help Falling In Love / Closing Vamp

Friday 20 November 2020
'From Elvis In Nashville' OUT NOW: Great news as Elvis' 2020 major release 'From Elvis In Nashville' is out now, even delivered by the Australian postman at 9am this morning. (Despite rumours the release would be delayed in Australia).
And it is an absolute gem, capturing Elvis creating some truly magnificent Nashville magic. While these Marathon Sessions have often been compared unfavourably with the life-changing 1969 Memphis Sessions Elvis and his core musicians work truly hard as the camarderie between them inspire some of Elvis' best work of the 70s.
The shame is that the core soul of the original recordings of Elvis and the Nashville Cats would often be hidden by the later orchestral overdubs or clean ups.
As the publicity says, "these sessions are presented in pristine audio, newly mixed by acclaimed engineer Matt Ross-Spang without the added overdubs of earlier releases - in other words how Elvis would sound if you were in the room with him" and it is right.
There are delights to discover in the previously unreleased Undubbed Masters such as I've Lost You, The Sound Of Your Cry, The Fool,  It's Your Baby You Rock It, Stranger In The Crowd, Mary In The Morning, Just Pretend, even Bridge Over Troubled Water never before officially released as Undubbed but with harmony vocal.
While others such as I Really Don't Want To Know,The Next Step Is Love, Funny How Time Slips Away, I Washed My Hands In Muddy Water, even Only Believe have a new "fuller" more soulful feel courtesy of the Matt Ross-Spang new audio mixes.
The 28 booklet is packed full of information plus two detailed articles, four pages by Ernst Jorgensen on the session themselves plus an interesting 7-page essay by Nashville author David Cantwell explaining how the musicians all came together to create such important music.
Ernst writes, "What Elvis called "sitting ready" essentially meant that he expected the musicians share his inspired moments and instantly fall in with whatever he began singing.... Spontaneity was key, and to Elvis, it was always about the feel, and not about perfection."
A core thread is that it was the RCA Range & Hill supplied material that let the overall quality drop and plenty of those tracks never even get mentioned in Ernst's session essay.
Like the STAX 2013 deluxe SONY release and 'Way Down In The Jungle Room' once again it is Elvis' pure recordings that prove he was still a force to be reckoned with after the musical renaissance of the 1969 Chips Moman Sessions.
This is a MUST BUY for any Elvis Fan.
In-Depth EIN review coming soon..
(News, Source;ElvisInfoNet)

US CD box-set
US Vinyl
UK CD box-set
UK Vinyl
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Monday 12 October 2020

‘TTWII 50th Anniversary Collectors Edition’ FTD Book Review: FTD's most expensive set ever published, David English and Pal Granlund bring the complete background story of 'Elvis: That's The Way It Is'. Celebrating the 50th Anniversary of the movie's 1970 release, this ultimate collector's edition includes two hardback books, eight cds with over 450 minutes of music, including newly discovered unreleased performances.
With access to 2,000 original negatives and 35mm slides, restored and repaired, many of which have never been seen before, the book also contains items from the MGM and RCA archives including paperwork, documents, memos and recording information.
Two books, 600 pages, plus all the MGM recorded rehearsals - including 70 tracks officially unreleased.
FTD's most expensive set but with the vast majority of the rehearsals already out on bootleg, can it really be worth the US$270 plus postage. Initially Sold Out and already into its first reprint what makes it so desirable?
EIN's Piers Beagley investigates and discovers plenty .. Go here to our 6000 word review including plenty of extracts and stunning images.
(FTD Reviews, Source;ElvisInformationNetwork)


'Funny How Time Slips Away', Official Lyric Video: Another promo video for the new 'From Elvis In Nashville' album, the sublime "Funny How Time Slips Away".
This time helping to emphasise Elvis' lyrical interpretation,
Recorded in one single take, Elvis puts his soul into this perfect bluesy rendition of the Willie Nelson classic. Matt Ross-Spang's new remaster adds even more emotion with Charlie McCoy's organ neatly counterpointing James Burton's fine guitar playing.  
If this is representative of Matt Ross-Spang's new remastering then this set is going to be a true stunner.
GO to YouTube to hear the gorgeous 'FUNNY HOW TIME SLIPS AWAY' -
(News, Source;ElvisInfoNet)


US CD box-set
US Vinyl
UK CD box-set
UK Vinyl
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'Bruce Jackson, On The Road With Elvis' The Lost Album!: Fans have been contacting EIN asking what has happend to this up-coming FTD release. Earlier we noted that “Bruce Jackson: On the Road with Elvis” was postponed to November. But now even that seems uncertain. The original books were stored here in Australia, with the CDs being printed in the EU, so the uncertainty about overseas transport costs and the pricing of the overall package is now an issue.
Most Elvis dealers are no longer offering it for Pre-order while Elvis Australia says it is "Sold Out" - which is ridiculous as it hasn't been released yet, nor even priced.
Combined with a 3CD set, an audio documentary hosted by Jack Mullins (singer/songwriter) plus a soundboard recording of the Sioux Falls 10-18-76, and Atlanta 12-30-76 shows.
Fans will just have to wait for a confirmation from FTD.
A November release seems unlikely.
(News, Source;FTD/ElvisInfoNet)


'From Elvis In Nashville' "Mary In The Morning": Another preview track - 'Mary In The Morning' Session Outtakes 3-4 to help publicise the the forthcoming release of 'From Elvis In Nashville' a 4CD collection presenting the long-awaited definitive chronicle of Elvis' mythic 1970 marathon sessions with the "Nashville Cats".
Recorded live in RCA's Studio B in Nashville over the course of an epic five day/night run in June 1970 (with an additional session on September 22), Elvis' performances from those sessions formed the core of three of his most successful studio album releases from the 1970s: 'Elvis: That's the Way It Is', 'Elvis Country' and 'Love Letters from Elvis'.
Now, for the first time, the master recordings from the 1970 Studio B sessions may be enjoyed together as a single official Elvis album.

CLICK HERE to YouTube to hear the gorgeous 'MARY IN THE MORNING' -

(News, Source;ElvisInfoNet)


Friday 25 September 2020

New October FTDs: FTD is pleased to announce the release of 'The Something For Everybody Sessions' including 'The Wild In The Country sessions'. It will include remixed and remastered unreleased studio outtakes. This 8 inch deluxe 4-CD package will also feature a 28-page booklet with an insightful essay, record and movie data, memorabilia and rare photos. Out late October.

a) "The Something For Everybody Sessions - with 'Wild In The Country'" a 4CD "complete sessions" set. All the session takes from Elvis' RCA November 7 / 8, 1960 and March 12 / 13, 1961 sessions.
The vast majority of these session have already been released but it will include several "new" false start / outtakes from 'Put the Blame On Me',  'Wild In the Country' and 'I Slipped, I Stumbled, I Fell'.

Tracklist - The Something For Everybody Sessions
DISC 1
01 I Feel So Bad (single A-Side)
SOMETHING FOR EVERYBODY - SIDE 1 THE BALLAD SIDE
02 There’s Always Me
03 Give Me The Right
04 It’s A Sin
05 Sentimental Me
06 Starting Today
07 Gently
SIDE 2 - THE RHYTHM SIDE
08 I’m Comin. Home
09 In Your Arms
10 Put The Blame On Me
11 Judy
12 I Want You With Me
13 I Slipped, I Stumbled, I Fell
WILD IN THE COUNTRY - THE MASTERS (Dec 1960 stereo mixes)
14 Lonely Man (single B-Side)
15 Wild In The Country (single B-Side)
16 In My Way
17 Forget Me Never
18 I Slipped, I Stumbled, I Fell
THE MARCH 1961 SESSIONS
19 I’m Comin’ Home (takes 1-2)
20 I’m Comin’ Home (take 3)
21 I’m Comin’ Home (take 4)
22 I’m Comin’ Home (take 5)
23 I’m Comin’ Home (takes 6-7M)
24 Gently (takes 1-2)
25 Gently (take 3)
26 Gently (take 4)
27 Gently (take 5/M)
28 In Your Arms (take 1)
29 In Your Arms (take 2/M)
30 Give Me The Right (take 1)
31 Give Me The Right (take 2)
32 Give Me The Right (takes 3-4/M)

DISC 2
THE MARCH 1961 SESSIONS (Continued)
01 I Feel So Bad (take 1)
02 I Feel So Bad (take 2/M)
03 It’s A Sin (takes 1-2)
04 It’s A Sin (takes 3-4/M)
05 I Want You With Me (rehearsal)
06 I Want You With Me (take 1)
07 I Want You With Me (take 2/M)
08 There’s Always Me (take 1)
09 There’s Always Me (take 2)
10 There’s Always Me (takes 3-4)
11 There’s Always Me (takes 5-9)
12 There’s Always Me (take 10/M)
13 Starting Today (take 1)
14 Starting Today (take 2)
15 Starting Today (take 3/M)
16 Sentimental Me (take 1)
17 Sentimental Me (take 2/M)
18 Judy (take 1)
19 Judy (takes 2-3)
20 Judy (take 4)
21 Judy (takes 5-7)
22 Judy (take 8/M)
23 Put The Blame On Me (takes 1-2)
24 Put The Blame On Me (takes 3-4)
25 Put The Blame On Me (take 5/M)

DISC 3
THE WILD IN THE COUNTRY SESSIONS
01 Lonely Man (take 1)
02 Lonely Man (takes 2-3)
03 Lonely Man (take 4)
04 Lonely Man (takes 5-8)
05 Lonely Man (take 9)
06 Lonely Man (takes 10-12)
07 Lonely Man (take 13/M)
08 Lonely Man (solo, take 1)
09 Lonely Man (solo, takes 2-3)
10 Lonely Man (solo, take 4/M)
11 In My Way (take 1)
12 In My Way (take 2)
13 In My Way (takes 3-7)
14 In My Way (take 8/M)

DISC 4
THE WILD IN THE COUNTRY SESSIONS (Continued)
01 Wild In The Country (take 1)
02 Wild In The Country (takes 2-8)
03 Wild In The Country (takes 9-11)
04 Wild In The Country (takes 12-13)
05 Wild In The Country (take 14)
06 Wild In The Country (takes 15-16)
07 Wild In The Country (takes 17-18)
08 Wild In The Country (take 19/M)
09 Forget Me Never (take 1)
10 Forget Me Never (take 2)
11 Forget Me Never (take 3/M)
12 I Slipped, I Stumbled, I Fell (takes 1-3)
13 I Slipped, I Stumbled, I Fell (takes 4-6)
14I Slipped, I Stumbled, I Fell (takes 7-9)
15 I Slipped, I Stumbled, I Fell (take 10)
16 I Slipped, I Stumbled, I Fell (take 11)
17 I Slipped, I Stumbled, I Fell (takes 12-13/M)
18 I Slipped, I Stumbled, I Fell (lower key, takes 14-16)
19 I Slipped, I Stumbled, I Fell (lower key, takes 17-18/M)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


b) 'Easy Come, Easy Go' Special double-vinyl: FTD Vinyl is pleased to announce a double-VINYL release of Elvis' 1967 Paramount movie 'Easy Come, Easy Go' soundtrack as a double-LP set. As always this is a 'Limited Edition'.
As there was no official publicity portrait session for the movie, the original six-track EP featured a cover shot from Girl Happy. Around the same time as the ECEG EP release, "See The USA The Elvis Way" EP (based on the ECEG EP art design) was released exclusively in Australia and New Zealand. For this 2-LP limited edition, we have mirrored this rare design that included a publicity portrait from Spinout. Elvis recorded the songs on september 28 and 29, 1966.

Includes Bonus Songs 'Come What May' and 'Fools Fall in Love' plus alternate takes and instrumentals.
180 Gram Vinyl.

 

SIDE 1
01 Easy Come, Easy Go 2:13
02 The Love Machine 2:50
03 I’ll Take Love 2:13
04 You Gotta Stop 2:19
05 Sing You Children 2:10
06 Yoga Is As Yoga Does 2:11
07 She’s a Machine* 1:37

SIDE 2
SPECIAL BONUS SONGS
01 Come What May 2:02
02 Fools Fall in Love 2:08
OUTTAKES
03 The Love Machine (takes 1, 2 & 3) 4:14
04 She’s a Machine (takes 5, 6 & 7) 4:15
05 You Gotta Stop (instrumental, take 1) 3:04

SIDE 3
OUTTAKES
01 Easy Come, Easy Go (take 10) 2:32
02 I’ll Take Love (takes 1 & 2 [a]) 3:03
03 Leave My Woman Alone* (instrumental, take 5) 2:46
04 The Love Machine (takes 4, 5 & 11) 4:44
05 Sing You Children (take 1) 2:54
06 She’s a Machine (take 10) 1:52

SIDE 4
OUTTAKES
01 The Love Machine (takes 13 & 14 [movie master]) 4:24
02 I’ll Take Love (take 2 ) 2:31
03 She’s a Machine (take 13 [movie master]) 1:58
04 Yoga Is As Yoga Does (takes 5 & 6) 2:49
05 Sing You Children (takes 18 & 19) 3:51
* recorded for the film, but not used.

Saturday 22 August 2020
'TTWII Deluxe Set' at Dealers: Finally after the usual FTD delays the brand new 'TTWII Deluxe Set' has arrived at European Elvis shops and are being posted out to customers right now.
Celebrating the 50th Anniversary of Elvis performing for the MGM cameras in Las Vegas this deluxe set is a 600 page double-volume book with EIGHT cds featuring the complete rehearsal recordings. Many of which have never been previously officially released.
The most expensive FTD set yet released, fans will be super excited about waiting for the mail-man.
If you want a preview Allan Tychsen in Denmark has posted a YouTube, "Unboxing FTD's That's The Way It Is 50th Anniv Collector's Edition Box Set"
The audio is in Danish, but you can see for yourself how gorgeous the set looks.
There is LOTS of text and plenty of great photos - but gee, those large white borders look like a waste of printing
space which could have featured bigger Elvis images. - EIN wonders how long it will take to get to Australia!
SEE BELOW FOR TRACKLISTING and details
(News, Source;YouTube/ElvisInfoNet) - Thanks Allan!

'From Elvis In Nashville' 'Funny How Time Slips Away': From the new RCA / Legacy Recordings forthcoming release of 'From Elvis In Nashville' another preview, this time a delightful 'Funny How Time Slips Away'.
Recorded live in RCA's Studio B in Nashville over the course of an epic five day/night run in June 1970 (with an additional session on September 22), Elvis' performances from those sessions formed the core of three of his most successful studio album releases from the 1970s: 'Elvis: That's the Way It Is', 'Elvis Country' and 'Love Letters from Elvis'.
Now, for the first time, the master recordings from the 1970 Studio B sessions may be enjoyed together as a single official Elvis album. On 'From Elvis In Nashville', Elvis' studio tracks are presented in pristine audio, newly mixed by acclaimed engineer Matt Ross-Spang (John Prine, etc) without the added overdubs or orchestration appearing on earlier releases - in other words how Elvis would sound if you were in the room with him.
Click HERE to listen to a beautiful undubbed 'Funny How Time Slips Away'
(News, Source;RCA/ElvisInfoNet)


Friday 14 August 2020
'Bruce Jackson, On The Road With Elvis' New FTD Release: FTD are publishing “Bruce Jackson: On the Road with Elvis” available with a 3CD set! An audio documentary hosted by Jack Mullins (singer/songwriter) plus a soundboard recording of the Sioux Falls 10-18-76, and Atlanta 12-30-76 shows.
Raised in Sydney, audio engineer Bruce Jackson dropped out of university course in 1968 to build stroboscopes, amplifiers and more for the emerging psychedelic concert culture. Little did he know that in just three years he'd be on the road managing Elvis Presley's sound and poised to change forever how live concert sound was presented. In six years with the Elvis Presley Show Bruce established a close professional and personal bond with Elvis who trusted him implicitly to deliver the best sound possible.
Bruce's inventions and technical advances were adopted by the entire live concert touring industry.
'I mixed and ran the sound for Elvis for six years until his death on August 16, 1977. I was 22 when I started working for him. It didn’t seem like a big deal
at the time, working strange hours and constantly on the road to the next city or town. I did hundreds and hundreds of shows with Elvis across mainland United States and Hawai'. - Bruce Jackson
The book delivers an intimate, engaging narrative of Bruce's extraordinary life, up close with the world's top performer.
After Elvis died, Elvis-fan Bruce Springsteen hired Bruce Jackson, saying 'I've got Elvis' guy...Elvis' man is working for me in the house'.
Years of work have gone into making this book a fitting tribute. Bruce's first-person narrative and contributions by friends and colleagues plus the eye-witness perspective of his brother Gary come together for an extraordinary insight. This is, incredibly, a new look at Elvis by someone who
worked with him in a professional relationship that evolved into a personal friendship. Elvis came to respect Bruce Jackson as much as Bruce respected Elvis Presley.
Go here to vimeo to check out the promo video! - Out late September.
(News, Source;FTD/ElvisInfoNet)

Thursday 13 August 2020

'From Elvis In Nashville' Promo Video: RCA / Legacy Recordings have now published a lovely promo video to help publicise the the forthcoming release of 'From Elvis In Nashville' a 4CD collection presenting the long-awaited definitive chronicle of Elvis Presley's mythic 1970 marathon sessions with the "Nashville Cats".
Recorded live in RCA's Studio B in Nashville over the course of an epic five day/night run in June 1970 (with an additional session on September 22), Elvis' performances from those sessions formed the core of three of his most successful studio album releases from the 1970s: 'Elvis: That's the Way It Is', 'Elvis Country' and 'Love Letters from Elvis'.
Now, for the first time, the master recordings from the 1970 Studio B sessions may be enjoyed together as a single official Elvis album.

CLICK HERE to Vevo to watch the short promo video

(News, Source;ElvisInfoNet)


Tuesday 11 August 2020

'From Elvis In Nashville' Exclusive Graceland VINYL set: EPE have announced a special two-coloured exclusive VINYL release of the forthcoming 'From Elvis In Nashville'. Features highlights of Elvis Presley's mythic 1970 marathon sessions with the "Nashville Cats".
On 'From Elvis In Nashville', Presley's studio tracks are presented in pristine audio, newly mixed by acclaimed engineer Matt Ross-Spang (John Prine, etc) without the added overdubs or orchestration appearing on earlier releases - in other words how Elvis would sound if you were in the room with him.
Release date Friday, November 20, 2020
PRE-ORDER from Graceland Shop here. US$24.98 plus postage.
(News, Source;EPE/ElvisInfoNet)

VINYL DOUBLE ALBUM
Side A
1. You Don't Have To Say You Love Me
2. Mary In The Morning – Takes 3-4
3. Stranger In The Crowd - Take 5
4. How The Web Was Woven – Take 1
5. Got My Mojo Working/Keep Your Hands Off Of It

SIDE B
6. I’ve Lost You – Take 1
7. Patch It Up - Take 1
8. Just Pretend – Take 2
9. Whole Lot-ta Shakin’ Goin’ On
10. Bridge Over Troubled Water – Rehearsal, Take 1
SIDE C
1. Tomorrow Never Comes – Takes 10-11
2. Faded Love – Take 3
3. I Really Don't Want To Know
4. I Was Born About Ten Thousand Years Ago
5. Make The World Go Away

SIDE D
6. Funny How Time Slips Away
7. Faded Love - rehearsal (country version)
8. The Fool
9. A Hundred Years From Now – Take 1
10. Little Cabin On The Hill - Take 1
11. There Goes My Everything – Take 1
12. I Washed My Hands In Muddy Water

'The Elvis Is Back! Sessions' Deluxe FTD Review: Released by FTD back in December 2019 'The Elvis Is Back! Sessions' is a 4-CD deluxe set released to celebrate its 60th Anniversary year. Hailed by many as Elvis’ finest recordings, for the first time here are all the songs as recorded in sequence. Included are all the RCA outtakes and masters.
The release includes a deluxe 28-page booklet and fold-out CD carrier adorned with beautiful portraits, rare photos, insightful essay, recording data and classic memorabilia.
The 28-page booklet includes rare photographs, memorabilia, session data, plus essay by Alan Hanson. The set includes new outakes from songs such as 'Make Me Know It' , 'Soldier Boy', 'Mess Of Blues', 'Fame And Fortune' and 'Girl Of My Best Friend'. All the tracks are newly restored and remastered by Sebastian Jeansson.
But with the vast majority of this studio session having already been released by FTD, can yet another 'Elvis IS Back!' set really be worth purchasing all over again?
EIN's Piers Beagley investigates this massive set and finds plenty of new delights
(FTD Reviews, Source;ElvisInformationNetwork)


Sunday 9 August 2020
"From Elvis In Nashville" Tracklisting Announced: At last the official RCA Legacy announcement and they say..
... Good things come to those who wait! Now for the first time ever, Elvis Presley's legendary 1970 Studio B sessions will be released as an official album.
On 'From Elvis In Nashville', Presley's studio tracks from the 1970 marathon sessions are presented in pristine audio, newly mixed by acclaimed engineer Matt Ross-Spang (John Prine, Jason Isbell) without the added overdubs or orchestration appearing on earlier releases - in other words how Elvis would sound if you were in the room with him.
'From Elvis In Nashville' will be available in a 4CD boxed edition including two bonus discs of rare and /or unreleased outtakes from the 1970 sessions (also available digitally).
A highlights package will be available in a 2LP 12" vinyl pressing.
Release date Friday, November 20, 2020

> The first two CDs features all forty 1970 Nashville Masters Undubbed
> The second two CDs features 34 "best of" Studio Outtakes including some previously unreleased versions
> The two-LP vinyl release features selected highlights from the box set

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'FROM ELVIS IN NASHVILLE' Box-Set
Disc 1: Undubbed Masters
01. Opening Jam (Mystery Train)
02. Twenty Days And Twenty Nights
03. I’ve Lost You
04. I Was Born About Ten Thousand Years Ago
05. The Sound Of Your Cry
06. The Fool
07. A Hundred Years From Now
08. Little Cabin On The Hill
09. Cindy, Cindy
10. Bridge Over Troubled Water
11. How The Web Was Woven
12. Got My Mojo Working/ Keep Your Hands Off Of It
13. It’s Your Baby, You Rock It
14. Stranger In The Crowd
15. I’ll Never Know
16. Mary In The Morning
17. It Ain’t No Big Thing (But It’s Growing)
18. You Don’t Have To Say You Love Me
19. Just Pretend
20. This Is Our Dance
21. Life
22. Heart Of Rome

Disc 2: Undubbed Masters
01. When I’m Over You
02. I Really Don’t Want To Know
03. Faded Love
04. Tomorrow Never Comes
05. The Next Step Is Love
06. Make The World Go Away
07. Funny How Time Slips Away
08. I Washed My Hands In Muddy Water
09. Love Letters
10. There Goes My Everything
11. If I Were You
12. Only Believe
13. Sylvia
14. Patch It Up
15. Snowbird
16. Where Did They Go, Lord
17. Whole Lot-ta Shakin’ Goin’ On
18. Rags To Riches

Disc 3: Studio Outtakes
01. Jam 2 (Tiger Man)
02. I’ve Lost You – take 1
03. The Next Step Is Love – takes 3-6
04. You Don’t Have To Say You Love Me – rehearsal
05. Patch It Up – take 1
06. Twenty Days And Twenty Nights – takes 5,6 & 8
07. How The Web Was Woven – take 1
08. Mary In The Morning – takes 3-4
09. Just Pretend – takes 1-2
10. Stranger In The Crowd – takes 1-5
11. Bridge Over Troubled Water – rehearsal, take 1
12. Patch It Up – take 9
13. The Sound Of Your Cry – take 3
14. Where Did They Go, Lord – takes 2-3
15. Rags To Riches – take 2

Disc 4: Studio Outtakes
01. Jam 3 (I Didn’t Make It On Playing Guitar)
02. Faded Love – rehearsal (country version)
03. The Fool – take 1
04. A Hundred Years From Now – take 1
05. Little Cabin On The Hill – take 1
06. Tomorrow Never Comes – takes 10-11
07. Snowbird – take 1
08. Faded Love – take 3
09. It’s Your Baby, You Rock It – take 3
10. There Goes My Everything – take 1
11. Love Letters – take 1
12. If I Were You– take 5
13. Heart Of Rome – take 1
14. Cindy, Cindy – take 1
15. I’ll Never Know – take 3
16. Sylvia – take 9
17. It Ain’t No Big Thing (But It’s Growing) – takes 1-2
18. Only Believe – take 3
19. Life – take 2

 

 


VINYL DOUBLE ALBUM
Side A
1. You Don't Have To Say You Love Me
2. Mary In The Morning – Takes 3-4
3. Stranger In The Crowd - Take 5
4. How The Web Was Woven – Take 1
5. Got My Mojo Working/Keep Your Hands Off Of It

SIDE B
6. I’ve Lost You – Take 1
7. Patch It Up - Take 1
8. Just Pretend – Take 2
9. Whole Lot-ta Shakin’ Goin’ On
10. Bridge Over Troubled Water – Rehearsal, Take 1
SIDE C
1. Tomorrow Never Comes – Takes 10-11
2. Faded Love – Take 3
3. I Really Don't Want To Know
4. I Was Born About Ten Thousand Years Ago
5. Make The World Go Away

SIDE D
6. Funny How Time Slips Away
7. Faded Love - rehearsal (country version)
8. The Fool
9. A Hundred Years From Now – Take 1
10. Little Cabin On The Hill - Take 1
11. There Goes My Everything – Take 1
12. I Washed My Hands In Muddy Water

Thursday 6 August 2020

'From Elvis In Nashville' New 4CD Set: RCA / Legacy Recordings is pleased to announce the forthcoming release of 'From Elvis In Nashville' a 4CD collection presenting the long-awaited definitive chronicle of Elvis Presley's mythic 1970 marathon sessions with the "Nashville Cats".
Recorded live in RCA's Studio B in Nashville over the course of an epic five day/night run in June 1970 (with an additional session on September 22), Elvis' performances from those sessions formed the core of three of his most successful studio album releases from the 1970s: 'Elvis: That's the Way It Is', 'Elvis Country' and 'Love Letters from Elvis'.
Now, for the first time, the master recordings from the 1970 Studio B sessions may be enjoyed together as a single official Elvis album. On From Elvis In Nashville, Presley's studio tracks from the 1970 marathon sessions are presented in pristine audio, newly mixed by acclaimed engineer Matt Ross-Spang without the added overdubs appearing on earlier releases.
From Elvis In Nashville will be available in a 4CD boxed edition including two bonus discs of rare and/or unreleased outtakes.

Get a mp3 taste of the Matt Ross-Spang remix of 'I Washed My Hands in Muddy Water' here.
Sounds pretty good to EIN, clean, good mix and not smothered in echo, plus unedited to the very end including Elvis' heartfelt, "whoaa shit, I kept my hands clean".... (With big thanks to Johnny on FECC

A highlights package will be available in a 2LP 12" vinyl pressing.

Looking at the first album side we can see the tracklist
1 You Don't Have To Say You Love Me 2:30
2 Mary In The Morning Takes 3, 4 - 4:23
3 Stranger In The Crowd Take 5 - 1:46
4 How The Web Was Woven Take 1 - 3:25
5 Got My Mojo Working / Keep Your Hands Off Of It -  5:27

EIN notes the side runs less than 18 minutes
You Don't Have To Say You Love Me is the Undubbed Master, officially previously unreleased.
Stranger In The Crowd Take 5 is the rather short insubstantial version. (also on the FTD classic album) Odd to be featured on the first album side.

At the close of the 1960s, Elvis Presley, the atomic-powered singer of the 1950s, put his stamp on the rock revolution decade, reestablishing himself as a musical and cultural force to be reckoned with. His electrifying Elvis '68 Comeback special made television history and his long-awaited return to non-soundtrack recordings at Chip Moman's American Sound Studio in Memphis, January-February 1969 – yielded major chart hits including 'In The Ghetto', 'Don't Cry Daddy', 'Kentucky Rain' and 'Suspicious Minds' and well as a pair of acclaimed 1969 album releases, From Elvis In Memphis and 'Back In Memphis'.

From Elvis In Nashville serves as a mirror and companion to his earlier Memphis recordings, bringing fresh fire, exuberance, humor and emotional resonance to the Studio B sessions.
For his first recordings of the 1970s, Elvis revisited the blueprint that made his American Sound sessions so successful. Because he hated doing overdubs, he wanted to cut loose live in the studio with a band in sync with his sensibility. Freed from obligations to music publishers, Elvis was able to pick and record songs that were contemporary, relevant and meaningful to him, from covers – including his transcendent interpretation of 'Bridge Over Trouble Water' – to the epic material then powering his Las Vegas residencies and return to live performing.
If the American Sound recordings in Memphis opened the door for Elvis' return to the stage and top of the charts, his next recordings – the fabled 1970 Nashville Marathon Sessions – would lay the groundwork for another revolution in pop music. Under the direction of producer Felton Jarvis, Elvis joined forces with one of the most potent studio ensembles ever assembled to create an often underrated chapter in Presley's rich legacy. Working with the fabled "Nashville Cats" for his first album of 1970, Elvis Presley connected to a circle of contemporary musicians that included Johnny Cash, Bob Dylan, Neil Young, George Harrison and others.
In June 1970, Elvis returned to RCA Studio B to create a new sound for a new decade. From 1958-1971, Elvis recorded more than 200 tracks at Studio B, beginning with five classic songs, including 'A Fool Such As I' before shipping off to Germany with the US Army. He recorded Elvis Is Back!, his first post-army album, at Studio B in March-April 1960 and many more throughout the sixties
For his 1970 Nashville sessions, Elvis was able to handpick his own repertoire and, delve into the rich variety of American music in his marrow, combining elements of bluegrass, honky tonk, Western swing and the rockabilly he'd virtually invented with contemporary pop, ballads and epic showstoppers. Bringing a fresh and vital new approach to pop and country music, Elvis' performances on From Elvis In Nashville presaged and encompassed emerging trends from countrypolitan and Americana to outlaw country.
These sessions are widely recognized as among Elvis' best because of the undeniable chemistry between Elvis and his astonishing studio band comprised of multi-instrumentalist Charlie McCoy (whose resume includes Bob Dylan's Highway 61 Revisited, Blonde On Blonde, plus work with Paul Simon, Tanya Tucker, Bob Seger, Willie Nelson), bassist Norbert Putnam (Roy Orbison, Linda Ronstadt, J. J. Cale, Tony Joe White, etc) and pianist David Briggs (Dean Martin, Joan Baez, B.B. King, Johnny Cash, Dolly Parton, Tony Joe White, George Harrison, among others).
Known colloquially as the "Nashville Cats" this finely-honed studio ensemble, like Elvis himself, connected the worlds of pop, rock and country music. For the June sessions, Elvis brought in his longtime on-stage guitarist James Burton; Eddie Hinton (lead guitar on Elvis' September session). Elvis plays acoustic guitar throughout the June sessions.
The five-day "marathon" sessions yielded a wide variety of material including a spirited rendition of Willie Nelson's 'Funny How Time Slips Away', the heartrending 'I've Lost You' and the powerful 'Bridge Over Troubled Water'. A wild, single-take version of 'Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On' was one of the highlights of the September 22 single day session.
The music Elvis created in his 1970 "marathon sessions", presented here without layers of overdubbing heard on the original releases, stands among Presley's best and has proven immensely influential. It established musical directions he pursued the rest of his career, predicted his late-in-life pop- and-country radio successes, and modeled sounds for countless country stars to come.
From Elvis In Nashville provides an intimate glimpse into the world of Elvis and the way he made music that lasts forever.
No tracklisting has yet been announced. The release date appears to be November, 2020.
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