February 10 - Charts

The Official UK Album Charts for the week for February 10, 2017: 
  • 'The Wonder Of You' dropped from #48 to #61 on the Official UK Album chart.
  • 'The Platinum Collection' is a new entry at #91 on the Official UK Album chart.
  • 'If I Can Dream' dropped from #78 to #100 on the Official UK Album chart.
  • 'The Wonder Of You' drops from 30 to 36 on the Physical Album Chart and drops from 32 to 41 on the Album Sales Chart 
  • 'If I Can Dream' drops from 41 to 53 on the Physical Album Chart and drops from 54 to 64 on the Album Sales Chart
  • 'The Platinum Collection' rises from 53 to 48 on the Physical Album Chart; rises from 74 to 58 on the Album Sales Chart and rises from 16 to 11 on the Indie Albums Chart
  • 'Love Me Tender' - (Elvis and Connie Francis Duet) drops from 34 to 54 on the Physical Singles Chart
European Charts
  • 'The Wonder Of You' drops from #45 to #50 on the Scottish Album chart.
  • 'If I Can Dream' drops from #71 to #80 on the Scottish Album chart.
  • 'The Platinum Collection' rises from #75 to #45 on the Scottish Album chart.
  • 'The Wonder Of You' dropped off the Irish Album chart.
  • 'The Wonder Of You' climbed from #67 to #61 on the Austrian Album chart. 
  • 'The Wonder Of You' drops from #82 to #86 on the Belgian Album chart.
  • 'The Wonder Of You & If I Can Dream' double CD set dropped off the Belgian Album chart.
  • 'Elvis Top 40' dropped to #50 on the Belgian Mid-price Album chart. 
  • 'The Wonder Of You' dropped off the German Album Chart.
  • 'The Wonder Of You' dropped off the Swiss Album Chart.
  • The 'The Wonder Of You' dropped from #28 to #29 on the Australian Album chart. 
  • The DVD 'Elvis – The King Of Rock’n’Roll – 30 Hit Performances And More' climbed from #35 to #20 on the Australian Music DVD chart. 
Book Trouble?

Joe Tunzi's JAT Publishing announced the release of a photobook on Elvis Presley's Canadian appearances, claiming his book would coulntain pictures taken from the original negatives. The Elvis Files team had previously announced a book on this tour. On the FECC Forum Paul Sweeny, one of the authors, posted the following statement.
 
"Due to the false statements above, Erik, Jean-Marc and I were left with no choice but to clarify that we are using the original negatives and Mr. Tunzi is not. Please see the letter we received today:

Please be assured that the John Sebert images you obtained from Library and Archives Canada are from the original negatives held here in the John Sebert fonds. Mr. Sebert assigned all copyright in the images to Library and Archives Canada at the time of his deposit, therefore Library and Archives Canada owns the copyright in the images and may licence them at our discretion. Your licence to use the images remains totally valid.

We have since spoken with Mr. Tunzi of JAT publishing. He did not have copies from the original negatives. He had only prints of contact sheets. Mr. Tunzi is now well aware that the copyright on all of the images in the John Sebert fonds belongs to Library and Archives Canada.

I hope this will alleviate your concerns,

Best regards,

Nancy Fay

Gestionnaire, Services des droits d'auteur, Direction générale des services au public
Bibliothèque et Archives Canada / Gouvernement du Canada

Manager, Copyright Services, Public Services Branch
Library and Archives Canada / Government of Canada"

(Source: Brian Quinn and Paul Sweeny on FECC)

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