July 22 - A Paralized Soldier Boy

The UK based Rockwell Records released two new colour vinyl titles. "Soldier Boy" on white vinyl and "Paralized" on gold vinyl. The first one is available as a limited edition of 150 copies, the latter is limited to 175 copies.  

Tracks Soldier Boy - 1958 (part II), 1960 (part I)
A 12" vinyl record album featuring Elvis’s final recordings from 1958, together with his first recordings made after his return from duty in 1960. 

Side one: Young Dreams / King Creole / Wear My Ring Around Your Neck / Doncha Think It’s Time / I Need Your Love Tonight / (Now And Then Theres) A Fool Such As I / A Big Hunk O’ Love / I Got Stung
Side two: Make Me Know It / Soldier Boy / Stuck On You / Fame And Fortune / It Feels So Right / A Mess Of Blues.

Tracks Paralized - 1956 (part III):
This album concludes Elvis’s studio recordings from 1956 (part III).

Side one: Love Me / How’s The World Treating You / How Do You Think I Feel / Playing For Keeps / Too Much / When My Blue Moon Turns To Gold Again / Long Tall Sally 
Side two: Old Shep / Paralyzed / Anyplace is Paradise / Rip It Up / First In Line / Ready Teddy / Let Me / Poor Boy.

Elvis Presley - Holding His Own Audience Recordings

The Straight Arrow import releases “ “Elvis Presley - Holding His Own In Tahoe!”, containing of the May 8, 1975 Midnight Show performance and volume 8 int eh "From The Booth Tapes" entitled “One For The Ladies”, containing the February 10, 1972 Dinner and Midnight show performances, have been released. Both titles are aidiencerecordings. 

(Source: Rockwell Music / Elvis On CD)

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