June 17 - Something Blue from '65

Two new releases from the The Netherlands were announced; "Elvis '65" and "Something Blue". 

From the press-release Elvis '65:
1965 celebrated the 10th anniversary of Elvis signing to RCA in November 1955. RCA released an ‘anniversary album’ with contained many , for that time, unreleased tracks and 1 overdubbed SUN recording. The album was titled ‘Elvis For Everyone ‘. “Elvis For Everyone!” was available at different countries around the world like in Italy where it was called “Elvis ´65” with the same track listing. So, the tracklist had nothing to do with Elvis’ 1965 recordings.
This stunning new ‘’ ELVIS ‘65 ‘’ digipack release contains 20 of the best outtakes and alternate versions of Elvis’ 1965 single releases and studio recordings. Although 1965 saw probably one of Elvis’ weakest recordings output, these 20 tracks show that he could still deliver the goods. It’s a truly enjoyable CD release.

Tracks:
Blue River – Original Album Version Wisdom Of The Ages – Take 9 Everybody Come Aboard – Take 10 Tomorrow Night – Overdub Version, Correct Speed You’ll Be Gone – Take 1 Sand Castles – Take 8 Do The Clam – Movie Version Please Don’t Stop Loving Me – Take 18 Datin’ – Alternate Mix I’m Yours – Take 2 Frankie And Johnny – Take 1 So Close, Yet So Far – Take 4 Long Lonely Highway – Single Master Crying In The Chapel – Take 3 Puppet On A String – Take 7 Kismet – Take 4 Easy Question – Take 3 This Is My Heaven – Take 4 Beginner’s Luck – Master With Additional Intro Harem Holiday – Take 2


From the press-release Love Ballads From The Sixties:
A really beautiful release with a stunning cover, containing 28 hard to find outtakes of some Elvis’ best ballads, recorded in the sixties. The ultimate Elvis LOVE collection. Most tracks are unreleased in this form !! Some highlights are the hard to find version of It Hurts Me without the backing vocals, the original mono version of Home Is Where The Heart Is, the original album mix of Let’s Forget About The Stars and the master of What Now, What Next, Where To including the studio count- in.

Tracks:
Something Blue – Take 6 Pocketful Of Rainbows – Take 3 It Hurts Me – Without Backing Vocals Thrill Of Your Love – Take 2 She’s Not You – Take 2 Doin’ The Best I Can – Take 9 Angel – Take 6 Love Me Tonight – Take 4 Can’t Help Falling In Love – Take 26 Please Don’t Stop Loving Me – Take 10 Today, Tomorrow And Forever – Take 4 Home Is Where The Heart Is – Original Mono I Met Her Today – Take 6 The Girl I Never Loved – Take 11 That’s Someone You Never Forget – Take 7 Love Letters – Take 7 Are You Lonesome Tonight – Take 2 Fame And Fortune – Take 9 I’ll Remember You – Vocal Overdub Anything That’s Part Of You – Take 7 They Remind Me Too Much Of You – Take 7 What Now, What Next, Where Too – Master Incl. Count In There’s Always Me – Take 9 Indescribably Blue – Vocal Overdub I Need Somebody To Lean On – Take 8 Startin’ Today – Take 2 Almost – Strings Overdub Let’s Forget About The Stars – Album Mix


Hot Shots And Cool Clips

Volume 7 in the "Hot Shots And Cool Clips" series has been released by JAT Publishing. The main feature of this footage collection is footage from the "It Happened at the World's Fair" movie set from 1963. 

Pink London

Elvis Presley's famous pink Cadillac - The Elvis at The O2 exhibition chronicles the rise of the rock 'n' roll icon and how Elvis impacted popular culture around the world through his music, movies and personal style. From his humble beginnings to his meteoric rise to fame the exhibition will explore the Elvis-mania that first swept America and then the world, ground-breaking recording sessions, record-breaking concert tours, his military service, Hollywood film career and influence on fashion. Most importantly visitors will get an intimate peek behind the gates of Graceland and come to know the man hailed as the King of Rock 'n' Roll; who strived to be the best possible father, son and friend. - London, United Kingdom - Wednesday 17th June 2015.

Elvis Presley Inducted into R&B Hall of Fame

Elvis Presley is a 2015 inductee into the R&B Hall of Fame. Elvis is a member of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, Country Music Hall of Fame and Rockabilly Hall of Fame, to name a few. 

The Class of 2015 inductees into the R&B Hall of Fame are Elvis, The Bar-Kays, Al Bell, Willie Clayton, Millie Jackson, Dorothy Moore, Sam Moore, Little Richard, Bobby Rush, Stax Records, The Mad Lads, Ike Turner, Muddy Waters and WDIA.


The hall of fame was established in 2010 and is based in Clarksdale, Mississippi.

(Source: FECC / The Elvis Shop / Contact Music / Graceland) 

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