Extra Tracks, Import, Reissued, Remastered
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(1999/BMG) 18 Tracks - Elvis' 2nd album from 1956 remastered, plus 6 bonus tracks!
Don't Be Cruel
Any Way You Want Me (That's How I Will Be)
Rip It Up
When My Blue Moon Turns To Gold Again
Long Tall Sally
First In Line
So Glad You're Mine
Anyplace Is Paradise
How's The World Treating You
How Do You Think I Feel
Playing For Keeps
Love Me Tender
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THIS IS ONE OF THE BEST ELVIS CD'S. IT IS PROBABLY ONE OF THE BEST HE EVER MADE. EVERY ELVIS FAN SHOULD HAVE THIS!!
For the present CD re-issue some more hits from other 1956 sessions have been added for good measure. By adding "Too Much", not included on the original LP, the listener now has the complete September 1956 session on one CD. Required listening for anyone caring for rock music.
Elvis' biggest selling rac' uh record came from this LP. Hound Dog b/w Don't Be Cruel. There is no debating the impact this single had on the music world.
Personally my favorite is the much underrated Anyplace Is Paradise.
>The Elvis 1956 is in original mono, for the true Elvis Presley 'addict', fan, afficianado! The titles listed on the front picture are not in LP order, as the same holds for the track listings on the reverse liner. The 2005 mono CD was recorded with outstanding care to present Elvis Aaron Presley at his recording BEST! There are too many tracks, the LP has 12.
Just play the first 12 tracks for the full effect of Elvis Presley. As for 'bonus tracks, as usual, those may have been rejected by Elvis Presley, and not on the RCA1254 LP for a reason. All the BMG/RCA 2005 re-made CDs in mono are TERRIFFIC!
>The old vinyl Lps run near $100.00, so the CDs are a great way to meet Elvis Presley, in mono. That's the way it was. Stereo came to light with THE BEATLES "Rubber Soul", and The Rolling Stones U.K. After-Math, around 1965-1966. 5-Stars on all the 2005 Elvis Presley CDs! Get a bunch, you can't lose. Elvis still sounds great, especially in the original monophonic mode!
>Any Q&A, <firstname.lastname@example.org> 51 years musicology.