March 10 - Memphis Record Store Day

Memphis Recording Service will release Limited Edition pressings of Elvis’ entire live concert performance recordings from 1954 – 1961 on 3 exclusive double LP vinyl’s, each with a 24-page gatefold, for Record Store Day on April 16th 2016. 

From the press-release:
The titles are ‘Live In The 50's - The Complete Tour Recordings', ‘The Complete Louisiana Hayride Archives 1954 – 1956’ and ‘Such A Night In Pearl Harbor' with all of the tracks remastered, they will be the best on vinyl for many years to come. 

Memphis Recording Service would like to reiterate that these releases are exclusive for Record Store Day retailers only. If any leftovers the week after April 16th can only then, (under RSD rules) be available by your local Elvis dealer. Details for each release are as follows:

Live In The 50's - The Complete Tour Recordings

This limited edition 180 gram 2LP set contains for the first time ever, the complete archival live tour recordings of the 1950’s by Elvis Presley. All of the 34 tracks are re-mastered using the most sophisticated technology and includes a bonus track of recently discovered material. 

The bonus 24 page gatefold photo album has many rare and unreleased photographs and every show listing in the 1950’s.  

Side A 
19th March 1955 - Eagles Hall, Houston, Texas 
01. Good Rockin’ Tonight
02. Baby Let’splay House     
03. Blue Moon Of Kentucky 
04. I Got A Woman 
05. That’s All Right 

6th May 1956 - New Frontier Hotel, Las Vegas Nv 
06. Heartbreak Hotel  
07. Long Tall Sally  
08. Blue Suede Shoes 
09. Money Honey

Side B 
16th May 1956 - Robinson Auditorium, Little Rock Ar
01. Heartbreak Hotel 
02. Long Tall Sally 
03. I Was The One  
04. Money Honey 
05. I Got A Woman 
06. Blue Suede Shoes 
07. Hound Dog

Bonus Track
26th May 1955 - Jimmie Rodgers Memorial Festival, Meridian, Mississippi 
08. That‘S All Right  

Side C 
26th September 1956 - Mississippi-Alabama Fairgrounds, Tupelo Ms (Afternoon Performance) 
01. Heartbreak Hotel 
02. Long Tall Sally 
03. I Was The One 
04. I Want You, I Need You, I Love You 
05. I Got A Woman 
06. Don’t Be Cruel  
07. Ready Teddy 
08. Love Me Tender  
09. Hound Dog
08. Love Me Tender
09. Hound Dog

Side D 
26th September 1956 - Mississippi-Alabama Fairgrounds, Tupelo Ms (Evening Performance) 
01. Love Me Tender 
02. I Was The One 
03. I Got A Woman  
04. Don’t Be Cruel 
05. Blue Suede Shoes 
06. Baby Let’s Play House 
07. Hound Dog

Vancouver Fragments 31st Aug 1957
08. Heartbreak Hotel/ I Was The One/ I Got A Woman/ Thats When You Heartaches Begin

The Complete Louisiana Hayride Archives 1954 – 1956

This limited edition 180 gram 2LP set contains for the first time ever, the complete archival live recordings of the Louisiana Hayride by Elvis Presley from 1954 – 1956 on vinyl. 

All of the 33 tracks herein are re-mastered using the most sophisticated technology and include recently discovered material, including a live version of ‘I Forgot to Remember to Forget’ and a brand new song ‘Little Mama’, released for the first time ever on vinyl. 

The bonus 24-page booklet has many rare and unreleased photographs. It contains extensive linear notes, with informative and historical facts on Elvis’s time with the Louisiana Hayride during 1954 - 1956.

Side A
16th October 1954  
01.  Hayride Begins Jingle
02.  Introduction/ That's All Right
03.  Blue Moon of Kentucky

15th January 1955
04. Hearts of Stone
05. That’s All Right
06. Tweedle Dee

22nd January 22nd 1955
07. Money Honey 
08. Blue Moon of Kentucky 
09. I Don’t Care If The Sun Don’t Shine 
10. That’s All Right 

Side B
5th March 1955
01. Tweedle Dee  
02. Money Honey  
03. Hearts of Stone  
04. Shake, Rattle & Roll 
05. Little Mama 
06. You’re a Heartbreaker  

30th April 1955 – Gladewater, Texas (Remote Louisiana Hayride Broadcast)
07. Tweedle Dee 

2nd July - 1955 
08. I’m Left You’re Right She’s Gone

Side C
20th August 1955
01. Baby Let’s Play House
02. Maybellene
03 That’s All Right

October 1955
04. I' Forgot To Remember to Forget 

15th December 1956 – (Part 1) 
05. Heartbreak Hotel
06. Long Tall Sally
07. I Was the One
08. Love Me Tender

Side D 
15th December 1956 – (Part 2)
01. Don’t Be Cruel
02. Love Me
03. I Got a Woman
04. When My Blue Moon Turns To Gold Again
05. Paralyzed
06. Hound Dog
07. Elvis Has Left the Building

Such A Night In Pearl Harbor

On March 25, 1961 Elvis Presley performed what would become his final live performance for eight years! The complete recording of that very show is captured here on this limited edition, 180gm, double album set. Also included in the 26 tracks is a vinyl debut of the recently discovered press conference for the show which was not available at the time of the CD version of this release. 

As a bonus, the included 24-page booklet is illustrated with many rare large images and extensive, informative linear notes that recall historical facts up to and including Elvis' arrival and performance in Pearl Harbor.

Side A  - Preview Special: Elvis Salutes the USS Arizona (Radio Broadcast March 18th 1961)
1. Part 1 – Featuring ‘Take My Hand Precious Lord’
2. Part 2 – Featuring ‘I Believe in the Man in the Sky’
3. Part 3 – Featuring ‘It is No Secret’
4. Part 4 – Featuring ‘Milky White Way’
5. Part 5 – Featuring ‘He Knows Just What I Need’
6. Part 6 – Featuring ‘I Believe’
7. Part 7 – Featuring ‘(There’ll Be) Peace in the Valley (For Me)’

Side B 
Press Conference and Awards Ceremony, Hawaiian Village Hotel (March 25th 1961) 

Side C - USS Arizona Memorial Show - March 25th 1961 – 8.30pm – Part 1
Bloch Arena, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii
1. Intro
2. Heartbreak Hotel 
3. All Shook Up  
4. (Now and Then There’s) A Fool Such As I 
5. I Got A Woman
6. Love Me
7. Introductions
8. Such A Night
9. Reconsider Baby 

Side D - USS Arizona Memorial Show - March 25th 1961 – 8.30pm – Part 2
Bloch Arena, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii
1. 1.I Need Your Love Tonight
2. That’s All Right
3. Don’t Be Cruel
4. One Night
5. Are You Lonesome Tonight
6. It’s Now or Never
7. Swing Down Sweet Chariot
8. Hound Dog                                                                                                           

(Source: Memphis Recording Service)

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