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From Elvis Presley Boulevard Memphis Tennessee Import


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  • Audio CD (June 28 1997)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Bmg/RCA
  • ASIN: B0002W0ZQK
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  LP Record
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (14 customer reviews)

1. Hurt
2. Never Again
3. Blue Eyes Crying In The Rain
4. Danny Boy
5. The Last Farewell
6. For The Heart
7. "Bitter They Are, Harder They Fall"
8. Solitaire
9. Love Coming Down
10. I'll Never Fall In Love Again


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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By profile on July 5 2004
Format: Audio CD
For me, this represents Elvis at his late-period best. The album is well-produced, and while skimpy at 10 tracks (it was all about product, product, product back then), the ones that are here are glorious. His passionate versions of standards like Solitaire and Hurt are powerfully sung without being overwrought. You really get to glimpse into Elvis' musical world, as the songs he sings here are personal favorites of his. Purists who think the Sun Sessions are the only Elvis songs worth hearing won't like this, but for the rest of this, this is a great disc.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By LP Quagmire on March 15 2010
Format: Audio CD
No performer in the history of popular music gave more of himself than Elvis Presley. This album, recorded at home in Graceland near the end of his life, is melancholy to be sure, but a strong effort that has grown in reputation over the years; down but not out, Elvis still gave his all. "Solitaire," "Hurt," and "For the Heart" are the classics here, but Elvis' spare, reflective reading of "Danny Boy" and an impassioned "I'll Never Fall in Love Again" are every bit as compelling. Essential!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Fivehorizons2000 on March 27 2004
Format: Audio CD
I'm 26, and I've been a Presley fan pretty much my entire life. However, I just recently bought this album. My parents had the LP when I was growing up, but for some reason, I never really remember listening to it. But, over the past several months, I have been really getting back into Elvis, and when I saw this album at the store today, I just had to buy it. Actually, it's the Moody Blue/Presley Boulevard split cd. Pretty much most of the other reviews I've read are accurate. This is an EXTREMELY sad album. When I listened to it straight through for the first time, I almost felt emotionally drained. I wouldn't listen to this album when you're extremely depressed....you're liable to hang yourself. (I'm just kidding, but you get the point.) HOWEVER, as somber as this album is, I COULDN'T WAIT to listen to it again. Hence, my 5 star rating. The desperation in Elvis' voice is just amazing. You get the feeling that he is really meaning and FEELING every single word that he is singing. As I've long told other people, love or hate Elvis' "later years", there's no denying that his voice during this period was at it's strongest ever. What a set of pipes!! If you're just getting into Elvis, or only have a couple of his earlier albums, I might not suggest getting this album JUST yet. You sort of need to see and hear his progression up until this point. But, this album is definitely a must-have. If you don't mind sadness and desperation, and love the powerful and awesome voice of Elvis Presley, then you must get this album. I'm going to listen to it again!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By "ascaris1" on Sept. 23 2003
Format: Audio CD
This album introduced me to Elvis. It was the late 1970s, and I was about eight years old. My father had an 8-track of this album, and I had to play it every time I rode in his company car, a big forest green Mercury Marquis. I am not sure if I knew that Elvis had died, but I knew that I really liked this tape. I remember that it made me cry sometimes... all of the songs on the tape, of course, being sad songs.
I did not listen to music much at that age, or really for another six years after that. Even so, there was something about that voice that I found compelling. When I listen to this album now, I am amazed at how little accompaniment Elvis needed; compared to any more modern pop music, it is pretty sparse, and it is perfect that way. The power of Elvis' voice, even this close to his death, was enough.
I have just recently rediscovered this album. I had not listened to any of it since the last time we had a car with an 8-track player in it... which was probably twenty years ago. Recently, my mother and I were talking about Elvis, and I mentioned how much I had liked "From Elvis Presley Boulevard." She promptly produced the 8-track for me-- the very same one I had played twenty years ago. When my parents divorced, she got the 8-tracks.
Now I have again heard the songs that I remember so well, and I am reminded of what a good vocalist can do. This album, if you don't mind its somber tone, is a gem. It is what I think of when someone says "Elvis."
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By A Customer on July 4 2004
Format: Audio CD
one of the best albums the "King of Rock & Roll" ever recorded! Buy it today - you won't regret it.
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Format: Audio CD
Mostly ballads. If you like listening to the emotionally scarred music so prevalent in Elvis' later career, you will enjoy this CD. My favorite is The Last Farewell, an old Roger Whittaker song. Like everything Elvis sang, he takes the song, reinvents it, and delivers one of his most beautiful ballads. It's interesting to note: Elvis sang many songs already made popular by other recording artists and made them hits again. But, no one ever took an Elvis song and made you forget who sang it best.
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Format: Audio CD
...which is where I heard them, but my guess is this is a better way to go. Both this album and Moody Blue were recorded at a studio Felton Jarvis had built for Elvis in his home. The best of those sessions wound up on this album, and the rest is on Moody Blue. The reissued Moody Blue puts all these tracks (minus one) as bonus tracks, and it is striking how much better the album sounds when it gets to these tracks. Songs like "Hurt," "The Last Farewell" and "Bitter They Are..." belong in the canon of classics. Powerful, almost desperate singing.
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