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DISC 1

1. That's All Right
2. Heartbreak Hotel
3. Hound Dog
4. Wear My Ring Around Your Neck
5. (Let Me Be Your) Teddy Bear (with The Jordanaires)
6. (You're So Square) Baby I Don't Care
7. Party (with The Jordanaires)
8. So Glad You're Mine
9. Money Honey
10. One Night
11. I Got Stung
12. Doncha' Think It's Time
13. I Want You, I Need You, I Love You
14. I Need Your Love Tonight
15. Tryin' To Get To You
16. Got A Lot O' Livin' To Do!
17. I Love You Because
18. I Beg Of You
19. How Do You Think I Feel
20. Blueberry Hill

 

DISC 2

1. Don't Be Cruel
2. Rip It Up
3. Tutti Frutti
4. Good Rockin' Tonight
5. That's When Your Heartaches Begin
6. Blue Moon Of Kentucky
7. Too Much
8. Paralyzed
9. Don't Ask Me Why (with The Jordanaires)
10. Baby Let's Play House
11. Old Shep
12. You're A Heartbreaker
13. Milk Cow Blues
14. I Got A Woman
15. One Sided Love Affair
16. How's The World Treating You
17. Don't Leave Me Now (with The Jordanaires)
18. Hard Headed Woman (with The Jordanaires)
19. Blue Moon
20. I Forgot To Remember To Forget

 

DISC 3

1. All Shook Up
2. Blue Suede Shoes
3. Ready Teddy
4. We're Gonna Move
5. True Love (with The Jordanaires)
6. Treat Me Nice
7. Shake, Rattle And Roll
8. Love Me Tender
9. A Big Hunk O'Love
10. Don't
11. Mystery Train
12. (Now And Then There's) A Fool Such As I
13. Mean Woman Blues (with The Jordanaires)
14. I Want To Be Free
15. I Don't Care If The Sun Don't Shine
16. Have I Told You Lately That I Love You? (with The Jordanaires)
17. Hot Dog (with The Jordanaires)
18. First In Line
19. Anyplace Is Paradise
20. Dixieland Rock

Elvis In The '50s

Artist ELVIS PRESLEY

Format 3CD

Cat No NOT3CD257

Bar-Code 5060432022570

Availability: In stock

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There’s a reason they called Elvis Presley the King. It wasn’t just the swagger in his hips, the suggestive onstage dancing, or the sly smile that set female hearts and loins alight wherever he went. As this 3CD set, drawn from his 1950s recordings proves, Elvis’ voice was nothing less than sensational - warm and humorous, pleading and teasing and full of promise. Elvis could cajole or roar as the occasion demanded. He was capable of interpreting a lyric in a way that made it hard to imagine anybody else covering that song. And he sang this mixture of blues and country and soul - this new thing they were starting to call rock‘n’roll.

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