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Product Details

  • Audio CD (Feb. 22 2005)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Sony Music Canada Inc.
  • ASIN: B0006TL9CI
  • Other Editions: Audio CD
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1. Rip It Up
2. Love Me
3. When My Blue Moon Turns To Gold Again
4. Long Tall Sally
5. First In Line
6. Paralysed
7. So Glad You’re Mine
8. Old Shep
9. Ready Teddy
10. Anyplace Is Paradise
11. How’s The World Treating You
12. How Do You Think I Feel
13. Playing For Keeps (Bonus Track)
14. Too Much (Bonus Track)
15. Don’t Be Cruel (Bonus Track)
16. Hound Dog (Bonus Track)
17. Any Way You Want Me (Bonus Track)
18. Love Me Tender (Bonus Track)

Product Description

Dsd Digitally Rematered Japanese Re-issue featuring Six Bonus Tracks: "Playing for Keeps", "Too Much", "Don't Be Cruel", "Hound Dog", "Any Way You Want Me (That's How I'll Be)", and "Love Me Tender".

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Most Helpful Customer Reviews on (beta) HASH(0xaa08e108) out of 5 stars 17 reviews
32 of 32 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xaa075f90) out of 5 stars RCA BMG got it right this time!! April 19 2005
By Blues Bro - Published on
Format: Audio CD
With the Elvis recording going into popular domain in Europe this year, RCA BMG is finally getting it right. The original albums, as they were, with bonus tracks, in the best possible sound, with original cover and back cover of the albums. Beautiful. The sound restoration is to write home about, using DSD technology, Elvis is suddenly alive again. You can hear him with such a clarity, every vocal inflexion he makes, it it just breathtaking, even compared to the remasters done three or four years ago. These three albums: Elvis Presley , Elvis and Loving You belong in everyone collection in this form. ESSENTIAL.
24 of 24 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xaa075f60) out of 5 stars No sophmore slump for the King! Sept. 8 2006
By A Fan - Published on
Format: Audio CD
This was Elvis' second album and is on par with his excellent first album. Like the first album, this one topped the US album charts and sold millions. In an apparent effort to tame Elvis' alarming image, RCA used a cover shot that would have been more appropriate for a Gospel album than an edgy Rock and Roll album (contrast it with the cover of his first album). While no big hit single was included on the original album (in the 1950's singles and albums were considered separate products and hit singles were often excluded from albums so as not to hurt sales of the single), several songs were released on EP's and were minor hits including: Love Me, When My Blue Moon Turns to Gold Again, Paralyzed, and Old Shep. Some other songs were international hits like Rip It Up and Ready Teddy. The CD is made even better than the original release by the inclusion of 6 bonus tracks including the huge hits Don't Be Cruel, Hound Dog, Love Me Tender, and Too Much. Highly recommended for fans of Elvis and early rock and roll!
17 of 18 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xaa121f84) out of 5 stars A masterpiece! Feb. 6 2005
By Maheen Wickramasinghe - Published on
Format: Audio CD
Boy! In my opinion, this is truly one of Elvis's greatest albums ever! This is of course his second album for RCA in 1956 and believe me, it is truly one of his best ever. To hear him sing Old Shep really and truly brings tears to my eyes. Like the other reviewer said below, there are some fine rockers on this album but there are some beautiful country ballads like Old Shep which was a hit for Red Foley way back in the early 40's, When My Blue Moon Turns To Gold Again, Playing For Keeps which wasn't included on the original LP but added as a bonus to this digitally remastered CD, First In Line and many more! I of course have this CD when it came out in 1999 or so and it is great! I highly recommend this to all Elvis fans! Rock on, Elvis!
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xaa09b618) out of 5 stars never better Feb. 4 2005
By Common Sense - Published on
Format: Audio CD
The moment Rip It Up begins you know your hearing something that sounds as fresh and new as the day it was first released. This is Elvis at his best singing songs with feeling...straight from the heart. When you listen to First In Line and Old Shep you will understand what set Elvis apart from other great rockers from that era. He wasn't merely a singer of up tempo material but sang everything. These songs are timeless. Great that the additional songs were added but this album was great without them. If you don't buy this you are missing something exceptional.
7 of 9 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa9a8f9e4) out of 5 stars Who put away Scotty's guitar? Feb. 12 2007
By stonehenge7 - Published on
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
This is a nice recording and you get some fine vocals from Elvis but what in the heck happened to Scotty's guitar work? He was great on the "Elvis Presley" recording, which was basically a rockabilly record, but Scotty is badly slighted on this one. It's like they locked his guitar in the closet or something!

It's an interesting recording in that you can track the transformation or evolution of Elvis' music from rockabilly to rock-n-roll. The problem is, the rockabilly was 100 percent better music! It involved much more musicianship, was way more fun to listen too and got your toes tappin' way more than this type of rock.

Think of some of the greats who were rockabilly stand outs. Carl Perkins, early Elvis, Gene Vincent and a host of other wonderful talents. It is a shame rockabilly ever faded into near oblivion and it is a shame this recording could not have featured Scotty a bit more.

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