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Elvis Presley - The Album Collection: 60 CDs Deluxe Box Set (2016) {Discs 16-18}

Elvis Presley - The Album Collection: 60 CDs Deluxe Box Set (2016) {Discs 16-18}
Pop/Rock, Rock & Roll, Soundtrack|EAC Rip|FLAC, Img+CUE+LOG+Scans-600dpi(JPEG)|01:20:43 h|552,40 Mb
Label: RCA / Sony Music / Legacy (EU) | Released: 2016, March, 18

This 60th Anniversary 60-CD Deluxe Edition celebrates RCA Victor's signing of Elvis Presley-The King of rock 'n' roll. Features all of the albums Elvis recorded and RCA released in his lifetime: studio, soundtrack, and live. It also includes compilations released that featured unreleased songs or songs new to the LP format.

Elvis Presley - The Album Collection: 60 CDs Deluxe Box Set (2016) {Discs 16-18}


Elvis Presley - The Album Collection: 60 CDs Deluxe Box Set (2016) {Discs 16-18}

Elvis Presley - The Album Collection: 60 CDs Box Set (2016) [Discs 16-18]


Elvis Presley - The Album Collection: 60 CDs Deluxe Box Set (2016) {Discs 16-18}

Elvis Presley - Girls! Girls! Girls! (1962)
Pop/Rock, Rock & Roll, Soundtrack|EAC Rip|FLAC, Img+CUE+LOG+Scans-600dpi(JPEG)|29:14 Min|201,65 Mb
Label: RCA / Sony Music / Legacy (EU) | Released: 2016, March, 18

An even lamer attempt at a Hawaiian backdrop produced a nice cover of the old Drifters number as the title tune and "Return to Sender," an excellent mid-tempo R&B-ish hit. The ballads are pleasant, though hardly memorable. Elvis is still singing well, especially considering the material and the arrangements. That would change shortly. While the movies Elvis made during the '60s and their accompanying soundtracks did produce a reliable source of income, they were against Elvis in the long run. The initial enthusiasm that accompanied even the silliest of Descriptions in 1960-1962 was replaced by inevitable boredom. The Colonel's response to his boy's growing disillusionment was to find sillier scripts, reduce the budgets allotted for other actors and props, and accept songs the nonsense of which boggles the imagination. Still, during this time, especially those first few years when a movie meant having some fun, Elvis also cut a number of tracks for lesser, nonmusical films, including several affecting ballads for Wild in the Country. In 1963 Elvis teamed up with the luscious Ann-Margret, recording some of his most spirited singing in years for Viva Las Vegas. Had RCA Victor collected the best of these sessions, along with the standouts "Summer Kisses, Winter Tears," "King of the Whole Wide World," and "Follow That Dream," a surprisingly solid album could have been issued. Alas, these tracks were scattered to the winds, showing up on EPs, B-sides, and budget albums over a period of ten years. If one needs to delve into this period, an easy rule of thumb is that the further into the decade the soundtracks go, the less likely they are to please. ~Review by Neal Umphred ~


Elvis Presley - The Album Collection: 60 CDs Deluxe Box Set (2016) {Discs 16-18}


Elvis Presley - The Album Collection: 60 CDs Deluxe Box Set (2016) {Discs 16-18}


Release of the album: 1962, November, 12 [LP RCA Victor, Cat.# LSP/LPM-2621, USA]
Release of this CD: 2016, March, 18 [CD RCA / Sony Music / Legacy (EU), Cat.# 88875114562-16 / UPC: 888751145627]
℗ & © 2016 RCA Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment
Made in the EU

Tracklist:

LSP/LPM-2621, released November 12, 1962
Peak chart position: #3 Pop, RIAA status: Gold


01. Girls! Girls! Girls! 2:35 (Jerry Leiber/Mike Stoller)
March 27, 1962
02. I Don't Wanna Be Tied 2:09 (Bill Giant/Bernie Baum/Florence Kaye)
March 28, 1962
03. Where Do You Come From 2:09 (Ruth Batchelor/Bob Roberts)
March 27, 1962
Single 47/37-8100, released October 2, 1962
Peak chart position: #99 Pop

04. I Don't Want To 2:44 (Janice Tarre/Fred Spielman)
March 26, 1962
05. We'll Be Together 2:19 (Charles O'Curran/Dudley Brooks)
Recording date unknown
06. A Boy Like Me, A Girl Like You 2:21 (Sid Tepper/Roy C. Bennett)
March 27, 1962
07. Earth Boy 2:25 (Sid Tepper/Roy C. Bennett)
March 28, 1962
08. Return To Sender 2:10 (Otis Blackwell/Winfield Scott)
March 27, 1962
Single 47/37-8100, released October 2, 1962
Peak chart position: #2 Pop, #5 R&B

09. Because Of Love 2:35 (Ruth Batchelor/Bob Roberts)
March 27, 1962
10. Thanks To The Rolling Sea 1:32 (Ruth Batchelor/Bob Roberts)
March 26, 1962
11. Song Of The Shrimp 2:23 (Sid Tepper/Roy C. Bennett)
March 27, 1962
12. The Walls Have Ears 2:33 (Roy C. Bennett/Bob Roberts)
March 27, 1962
13. We're Coming In Loaded 1:21 (Otis Blackwell/Winfield Scott)
March 26, 1962

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