Jailhouse Rock / Love Me Tender Soundtrack, Original recording remastered, Import
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The attitude from Jailhouse Rock the movie (Elvis pretty much sneered his way through the film, and it's great) is carried over to the soundtrack. There are also some excellent, underrated ballads (to hear a great cover version of "Young and Beautiful," find Aaron Neville's live version, last seen on the hard-to-find import tribute 'The Last Temptation of Elvis').
The songs from 'Love Me Tender' (his first of many soundtrack recordings) do not fare as well, despite the well-known and heartfelt title track. They are certainly not bad, however, especially when compared to some of his later movie offerings.
The CD contains several previously unreleased tracks from both films, including alternate takes and stereo recordings. As with most of RCA's other Elvis soundtracks reissued in the 90's, usually as "2fers," the sound quality is excellent (unfortunately, many of these reissues are now out-of-print).
The 12-page booklet contains lots of information and great photos from the films and soundtrack recordings (the cover photo itself is one of the best of any Elvis album). In keeping with the deluxe packaging, the CD is a picture disc and there is a tray card photo of the cover.
ALWAYS been my favorite song, with "Love Me Tender" as a close second. For what I paid for it , it's so worth it!!
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What can I say about Elvis all his music is so great. I think Elvis is the best singer I ever heard.Published 22 months ago by Leonard H. Thomas
Gorgeous guy, great voice, fabulous dancer. He had it all. Miss him.Published 22 months ago by Patsy Palmadessa
Great music from the King, and it sounds great, like it was just cut. I will be buying more Elvis music from here!Published on May 4, 2014 by bree
I wore out the vinyl record that I bought after seeing the movie. Absolutely LOVE this sound track. It's actually better than the movie.Published on November 29, 2013 by Jeri Golden