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'The Wonder Of You' Tour of Australia 'Elvis' will return in 2018

Following the recent 'The Wonder Of You' Tour of Australia 'Elvis' will return in 2018. Sign up to be the first to hear about tickets! Read our Interviews with or about Elvis Presley Review: 'The Wonder Of You' Concert Melbourne Australia.
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Interview with Priscilla Presley by Alan Jones

Interview with Priscilla Presley by Alan Jones (Australia Radio Sept 4, 2017).
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Interview with Elvis Presley: October 28, 1957, Los Angeles

Interview with Elvis Presley just after the general press conference, but prior to his debut at the Pan-Pacific in Los Angeles. How do you write music if you don't read it? It's all a big hoax, honey. I never wrote a song in my life. I get one-third of the credit for recording it. It makes me look smarter than I am. I've never even had an idea for a song. Just once, maybe. When? I went to bed one night, had quite a dream, and woke up all shook up. I phoned a pal and told him about it. By morning, he had a new song, 'All Shook Up'.
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Elvis: 'A Song For Sheila' CD

Expected soon from the E. P. Collector label is another exciting new release titled (label E. P. Collector, catalogue number EPC 2017-14). Elvis Presley opened his 11th Las Vegas season on August 19th, and he performed a total of 27 shows, closing on September 2nd. Once again, Elvis revisited his live repertoire based on previous seasons and he included several tracks from the December '73 recording sessions, and he also added songs like 'Softly As I Leave You' and 'If You Love Me (Let Me Know)'. Elvis' new love, the beautiful Sheila Ryan was present and Elvis sang the rarely performed 'Early Morning Rain' for her. He sings the complete song.

A Sensational Opening Night: From Japan With Love Vol. 4 CD

Expected soon from the E. P. Collector label is another exciting new release titled 'A Sensational Opening Night' (label E. P. Collector, catalogue number EPC 2017-13). Recorded live from the audience in Las Vegas, NV, August 4th, 1972, Opening show, this CD is subtitled ' From Japan With Love Vol. 4' because it was recorded by a member of a Japanese fan club.

Elvis: Tahoe '73 CD

Coming out soon from the Ragdoll label is an unreleased audience recorded show from Lake Tahoe titled 'Tahoe '73'. This show is the midnight show, May 9th, 1973. This one is a good solid show, here below the tracklisting:

Original Graceland Piano Returns Home

Elvis Presley's Graceland has announced the acquisition of one of the most significant pieces of Elvis' musical history, which will be returned to Graceland 60 years after it was first purchased by Elvis for the home in 1957 - a white, baby grand piano with gold accents and a custom-made, gold, metal bench designed by Elvis with a white, leather cushion. For the first time ever, the public will be able to see this legendary Knabe branded piano on display in its Graceland home. The music room at Graceland will be restored to its original 1960s-era appearance including the white piano, and will be unveiled on December 16, 2017.
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Spliced takes: 'Still in Memphis' CD

Spliced takes: 'Still in Memphis' Fans know what to expect with this series, some highlights are mentioned here, but in fact, the whole cd is one big highlight! This one won't leave your player before Christmas!.
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Elvis: 'The Movies' large Hardback Book (Alan Hanson and Erik Lorentzen)

Due for release soon is 'Elvis: The Movies' a new large hardback book from Alan Hanson and Erik Lorentzen (The Elvis Files series).
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Sony To Release Moody Blue 40th Anniversary LP

Sony will now release the vinyl RCA album Moody Blue LP as a 40th Anniversary limited edition in clear BLUE 180 gram vinyl the 3rd week of October. Moody Blue was Elvis’ final studio album released by RCA Records the month before his death in August 1977. The album was a mixture of live and studio work and included the four tracks from his final studio recording sessions in October 1976 and two tracks left over from the previous Graceland session in February 1976.
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Rolling Stone Magazine + Exclusive 7 inch Elvis Presley Sun Single

The August 2017 issue of 'Rolling Stone' magazine contained an exclusive 7" single vinyl by Elvis Presley with the legendary song 'Good Rockin' Tonight' and on the flipside the song 'Blue Moon' (Take 5) from the album 'A Boy From Tupelo: The Complete 1953-55 Recordings'. The single was only available with this issue.
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Jerry Lee Lewis, Arrested at the Gates of Graceland : Interview with Jerry Lee Lewis

On November 23, 1976 at Graceland, Memphis Tennessee, Elvis' cousin Harold Loyd, the night guard at Graceland, called the police complaining of a drunk, pistol wielding man blocking the gates at Elvis Presley's home in a brand new white lincoln continental. Police approached the car cautiously when they got to the open driver's side window, they found that the man was Jerry Lee Lewis ...
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Review: Tupelo's Own Elvis Presley DVD

The Memphis Recording Service (MRS), the producers of this DVD, boldly state on the front cover that never before have we ever had live film footage (i.e., with synchronized sound) of an Elvis concert from the 50's ... until this time. Well, we certainly do now! Elvis performing 6 songs, including Heartbreak Hotel and Don’t Be Cruel, live in Tupelo Mississippi 1956. Included we see a live performance of the elusive Long Tall Sally seen here for the first time ever. This is an excellent release no fan should be without it.
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Review: Elvis In Person: The 1969 Fantasy Concert DVD

I must admit to finding that the 1969 'Fantasy' concert is a remarkable work that should have broad appeal - a big surprise. My initial skepticism was quickly overcome. This concert DVD should appeal to any Elvis fan that likes Elvis music to start with. With full quality normal audio, from CD, anyone can play this via their DVD player preferably then with the audio output via a stereo system. [And this is no diversion from what the format is] This DVD is well worth consideration for inclusion in your Elvis library for several reasons.

Elvis: 'Tickle Me' Blu-ray (Region Free)

In 'Tickle Me' (Region Free Blu-ray) Elvis Presley plays a singing rodeo cowboy who gets himself a job at a ranch-cum-health farm with an exclusively female clientele. One of the girls has a treasure map leading to a stash of gold hidden in a ghost town. Elvis has to protect her from potential kidnappers.
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Interview with Annett Wolf, co-producer of Elvis In Concert 1977

This is an interesting interview with Annett Wolf, one of the co-producers of Elvis In Concert in 1977. She supervised all of the backstage filming plus fan interviews, Vernon's interview.
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Elton John Remembers Elvis Presley : And First Hearing Heartbreak Hotel

Elton John : I remember so well the day my mother came home with a 78 of 'Heartbreak Hotel'. She said she'd just heard it in the record shop and she knew she had to buy it straight away. So she put it on for us both to listen to and I'd never heard anything like that before in my whole life.
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Frankie and Johnny & Clambake Region Free Blu-ray releases

Region Free Blu-ray release of two of Elvis Presley's movies, Clambake and Frankie and Johnny are now available to pre-order at ElvisPresleyShop.com for a strictly limited time only.
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'The Alternate Moody Blue' 10 Inch Vinyl / 45 Rpm / CD set

To mark the 40th anniversary of the album release of 'Moody Blue' Hepcat Records will release, 'The Alternate Moody Blue' 10 Inch Vinyl / 45 Rpm / CD set. The ultimate editon of Elvis' legendary last album is now available. This deluxe 10 inch boxset contains a 10 inch vinyl record + a 45 RPM EP & a fully packed CD.
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The Alternate Moody Blue 2 LP set

To mark the 40th anniversary of the album release of 'Moody Blue' Hepcat Records will release The Alternate Moody Blue 2 LP set with both LPs fully packed with the best available material from this legendary album.
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'Private Presley' CD and vinyl LP

The 'Private Presley' CD and vinyl LP are two (2) special releases made for the Elvis Presley Festival in Bad Nauheim. The tracklisting features tracks released during his army period and home recordings and some post army tracks.
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Elvis is Number 2 on Official UK Albums Chart

Elvis is Number 2 on this week's Official UK Albums Chart with the re-release of the compilation 'The 50 Greatest Hits'. Elvis just missed top spot by just 35 combined sales, and it is Ed Sheeran who scooped his 16th (non-consecutive) week at Number 1, denying Elvis Presley an extension of his Official Chart record. 'The 50 Greatest Hits' is a new entry on the official UK Album chart for Friday August 18, 2017.
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Tens of thousands of Elvis fans join Priscilla and Lisa Marie for candlelit vigil

Elvis Presley's ex-wife and their daughter joined thousands of his fans at Graceland on Tuesday night as they gathered to mark the 40th anniversary of his death with a candlelight vigil. Priscilla Presley, 72, was seen greeting fans before the event on Tuesday, as they arrived at the 13.8-acre Memphis, Tennessee estate for the gathering. And Lisa Marie Presley, 49, lit candles for mourners as they gathered to remember the King of Rock 'n' Roll, holding their lights aloft throughout the vigil, which continued on into Wednesday.
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'He poured his heart out to me': Priscilla Presley, candidly speaks on life with Elvis

She was married to the late Elvis Presley for six years, prior to his death in 1977. And in an interview with the Today show's Richard Wilkins, aired Wednesday, Priscilla Presley candidly spoke on life with the iconic singer. Admitting that she never viewed her husband as a worldwide phenomenon, the 72-year-old revealed a vulnerable and softer side to his persona: 'He poured his heart out to me'. 'I still remember, vividly, picking up the phone, the reaction of not believing it, there was no way I could comprehend…' she said. 'Going back to Graceland and hearing his father wailing, crying, crying out his name, it was probably the most heartbreaking sound I'd ever heard. Priscilla appeared on the Channel Nine breakfast program to promote her upcoming Australian tour in November, that will see her share stories from her fascinating life.

Elvis Presley: A Musical Prodigy

Elvis was a genius. He didn't express himself the way the middle classes do, which is with word play and being able to explain his actions and reactions. He acted on gut instinct and expressed himself by the way he held the microphone, by the way he moved his hips, by the way that he sang down the microphone. That was his genius ... I believe the essence of any performer is gut instinct ... Because it's all in you, it's instinct.
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Elvis: 40 years on ... and the world turns ...

It's hard to believe but here we are, 40 years on from a day carved indelibly in the memory of every Elvis fan old enough to be around when the stunning news of Elvis' death was announced. 40 years gone, but paradoxically, 40 years where he has been with us ever more visible and all encompassingly than when he lived. Today Elvis is bigger and more entrenched in popular culture and conscience than back in 1977, when his legendary status was acknowledged but barely understood by the world at large. Today Elvis' iconic status and continued relevance is universally acknowledged. It's not just Elvis fans commemorating this 40th anniversary, not just the native English speaking countries of the world.
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Elvis Presley And The Events Of 1977

Elvis Presley & the event of 1977. A detailed look at the years events.
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The Fifty Voices of Elvis Presley

So different are Elvis' voices, that if one could find a person who has never heard his recordings and you put him or her on an island and then had them listen to these fifty songs, mixed with say, those of 12 other distinctive singers, and then you then ask him or her, to classify them, to separate the singers, I could bet a million dollars that the person will never say that there are 13 singers, as would be the case, but at least 25.
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'Elvis Presley: The Searcher' HBO Elvis documentary will debut in 2018

'Elvis Presley: The Searcher', a major Elvis documentary from HBO will debut in 2018. 'Elvis Presley: The Searcher' will be a three-hour, two-film presentation focusing on Elvis Presley the musical artist, taking the audience on a comprehensive creative journey from his childhood through the final 1976 Jungle Room recording sessions. The films include stunning atmospherics shot inside Graceland, Elvis' iconic home, and feature more than 20 new, primary source interviews with session players, producers, engineers, directors and other artists who knew him or who were profoundly influenced by him. The documentary also features never-before-seen photos and footage from private collections worldwide.
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Elvis' musical style, as a musician and impact as a vocalist and stage performer

Elvis' musical style, as a musician and impact as a vocalist and stage performer. Included below are over 100 comments currently available either on the internet, in reference guides, encyclopedias, or books ...
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Review: Elvis Presley: 'A Boy From Tupelo': The Complete 1953-55 Recordings

Elvis Presley: 'A Boy From Tupelo': The Complete 1953-55 Recordings is a fantastic set! The Sun masters have never sounded better. You can really hear Elvis' rhythm playing on this set, and Bill Black's bass is more defined. Some of the live material sounds like it was recorded yesterday; however, there are a few tracks that are sub par because of the age of the source tape. But, it's still cool to own the stuff and necessary for Elvis fans, especially if you're like me and think his Sun material is tops. The three CDs are the products of 1,500 hours of restoration work and nearly 200 hours of additional studio time devoted to the remastering of the material. Of special interest is the inclusion of 'I Forgot To Remember To Forget', a newly discovered track from The Louisiana Hayride on October 29, 1955 and we have it here in fantastic sound quality ... transferred from the original 'wire-recorder'.
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Kid Galahad Blu-ray (Region Free) Only 3000 copies available

Kid Galahad will be released on Blu-ray with a limited run of only 3000 units on August 15, 2017. The release includes as Special Features: Isolated Music & Effects Track / Original Theatrical Trailer. A musical version of a 1937 boxing picture, Kid Galahad (1962) stars Elvis Presley as a singing boxer managed by a cantankerous promoter (Gig Young) and guided by an amiable trainer (Charles Bronson). Joan Blackman provides the love interest, Lola Albright co-stars, and Edward Asner makes his screen début. The songs include the up-tempo 'I Got Lucky'.
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Elvis Presley, Leiber & Stoller and Jailhouse Rock

Jerry Leiber: I called and asked to speak to (Colonel) Tom. He got on the phone and said (Leiber imitates Parker) 'How you doin' boy?' I said, 'I'm OK. I had a real close call there. I had walking pneumonia and I just got out of the hospital.' He said he wanted me to pack right away and catch a plane. I told him I wasn't in any shape to catch a plane because I'd just gotten out of the hospital. He said, 'If they let you out, that means you're all right'. I told him I needed a day or two to get myself together, but he said the schedule was very tight and he needed me to come out right away.
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Harry Morgan: working with Elvis Presley

Harry Morgan is probably best known to Elvis fans as Elvis Presley's co-star in the 1966 riverboat film, Frankie and Johnny. He played 'Cully', Elvis' piano player, as seen in the clip above. The next clip includes a short interview with Harry talking about filming with Elvis and how pleasant he was to work with. In fact, he says, Elvis couldn't have been nicer.
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Blue Suede Shoes: The Culture of Elvis Hardcover Book

Blue Suede Shoes: The Culture of Elvis Hardcover Book will be released August 1. Larger-than-life in talent, Elvis Presley was also legendarily charismatic, a man who left a deep and lasting impression on every person who knew him. Blue Suede Shoes is an all-access pass to the personal world of Elvis Presley, an intimate look at the culture he created and the legacy he left behind. From photographer Thom Gilbert comes this unique visual history, an interplay of photographs and stories that reveal the private Elvis.
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'Elvis: The Legend: The Authorized Book from the Graceland Archives' Hardcover Book

'Elvis: The Legend: The Authorized Book from the Graceland Archives' is a remarkable illustrated biography marking the 40th anniversary of Elvis' death - and tells his story as never before. For release August 22. Take a journey through the Graceland archives and get an inside, close-up look at the King of Rock and Roll. Featuring insightful text from a respected music journalist who has written extensively on Presley, this authorized book recounts every aspect of his history: Elvis' closest relationships, his hit albums, his successful movie career, and his lasting legacy. More than 150 color and black-and-white photographs capture Elvis with friends and family, and show personal items, including his jewelry, guitars, clothing, vehicles, letters, and publicity material.
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Elvis Presley: 'Riding The Rainbow 1961 (part III)' Electric Blue vinyl LP

Elvis Presley: 'Riding The Rainbow 1961 (part III)' 180 gram Electric Blue vinyl LP is a limited edition of just 150 NUMBERED copies.
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Released: 'Strictly Elvis': 1973-1974-1975: Through The Lens Of Keith Alverson

The 'Strictly Elvis' hardcover book from Erik Lorentzen, ('The Elvis Files', 'Elvis In Toronto') has been released and our order is on the way to us. This release in collaboration with photographer Keith Alverson contains about 1400 photographs from the period 1973-1975.
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First Listen: Elvis Presley, 'A Boy From Tupelo: The Complete 1953-1955 Recordings'

Think of the 'A Boy From Tupelo - The Complete 1953-55 Recordings' three-disc set as The Rise of Elvis Presley: The Granular Detail Version. The fabled personal recordings young Presley paid Sun Records $3.98 to make are here. The very early singles are all represented as well – and they've been put through a magical audio scrubber and buffed to diamond clarity. The set includes every available studio outtake, and some choice banter between takes. Naturally there are live performances, among them a rousing (and previously unissued) 'I Forgot To Remember To Forget' from a 1955 Louisiana Hayride radio broadcast.
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Jack Lord's Special Memory of Elvis

Elvis Presley had the ability to touch others' lives as few human beings ever could. Just as people were magnetically drawn to him, so too, he had an almost fan-like devotion to those he admired. Among that group was Hawaii 5-0's Jack Lord and his wife, Marie.
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