July 05 - Yellow Vinyl at the Movies (Update July 08)

The Music on Vinyl label re-issued the classic 1972 “Elvis Now” album on yellow vinyl. 

Side A: Help Me Make It Through The Night - Miracle Of The Rosary - Hey Jude - Put Your Hand In The Hand - Until It's Time For You To Go
Side B: Sylvia - We Can Make The Morning - Early Mornin' Rain - Fools Rush In - I Was Born About Ten Thousand Years Ago.

Elvis Presley - At the Movies

The Shellac Disc label announced the release of the LP "Elvis Presley - At the Movies" on July 12, 2019. The album contains tracks from the movies "Love Me Tender", "Loving You", "Jailhouse Rock", "King Creole" and "G.I. Blues".

Charts

The weekly global Elvis Presley chart-update. In the United States Elvis Presley is slipping on the U.S. charts after a few re-entries the last two weeks but he sneaks almost to the Top spot on the Irish Music DVD chart. 

US Billboard charts:
  • US Billboard Album Top 200: “The Essential Elvis Presley” dropped off the chart from last week’s #148 spot. 
  • US Billboard Top Rock Albums: “The Essential Elvis Presley” dropped off the charts from last week’s #30 spot.
  • US Billboard Top Catalog Albums chart: “The Essential Elvis Presley” dropped off the chart from last week’s #39 spot.
  • US Billboard Top Country Albums chart: The Essential Elvis Presley” dropped from #18 to #36.
  • US Billboard Country Album Sales chart: “The Best Of The '68 Comeback Special” dropped from #34 to #42. 
  • US Billboard Country Catalog Album chart: “Heart and Soul” climbed from #25 to #17. 
  • US Billboard Country Catalog Album chart: “The Essential Elvis Presley” dropped from #13 to #23. 
  • US Billboard Country Catalog Album chart: “Elvis: Ultimate Gospel” remained steady at #24. 
  • US Billboard Top Christian Album chart: “Elvis: Ultimate Gospel” climbed from #36 to #35.
  • US Billboard Christian Album Sales chart: “Where No One Stands Alone” re-entry at #45.
  • US Billboard Soundtrack Album Sales chart: “The Best Of The '68 Comeback Special” dropped off the chart from last week’s re-entry at #25.
Official UK charts:

  • Official UK Streaming Album chart: “The 50 Greatest Hits” dropped from #82 to #80.
  • Official UK Gospel and Christian Album chart: "Where No One Stands Alone" remained steady at #9.
  • Official UK Music DVD chart: "Elvis - The Searcher" climbed from #19 to #18.
  • Official UK Music DVD chart: "Elvis Lives - Live From Memphis" re-entry at #47

Official Scottish charts:

  • Official Scottish Album chart: “Elvis at the Movies - 60 Essential Recordings” dropped from #56 to #73.

Irish IRMA charts:

  • Official Irish IRMA Music DVD chart: “Elvis - The Searcher” climbed from #3 to #2.
Australian ARIA charts:
  • Australian ARIA Music DVD chart: "'68 Comeback Special (50th Anniversary Edition)" dropped from #4 to #6.

65 Years Ago


After a few failed attempts to record ballads, Elvis Presley, Scotty Moore and Bill Black take a break during an early recording session at SUN Studio in Memphis. Soon Elvis starts singing an Arthur Crudup song, “That’s All Right.” Bill and Scotty join in, and Sam Phillips rushes to capture it on tape ... and history was made. 

(Source: Amazon / Elvis Club Berlin / UK Mix / Billboard / Graceland / Official Chart Company / IRMA)