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Elvis Presley - The Complete Elvis Presley Masters (2010) (30-CD Box Set) {Ltd. Numbered Ed.} [repost]

Elvis Presley - The Complete Elvis Presley Masters (2010) (30-CD Box Set) {Ltd. Numbered Ed.}
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© 2010 RCA / Legacy / Sony Music | 88697118262
Rock & Roll / Pop / Rockabilly / Gospel / Folk

This is the definitive collection: all 711 master recordings as released during Elvis’ lifetime, mastered from the original analog master tapes where available. Each recording has been carefully restored to achieve the best sound reproduction ever without compromising the audio quality of the original master. The collection also contains 103 additional rare recordings and a 240-page hardbound book featuring an annotated discography, original album artwork, rare and classic photos, a complete song index and an essay by Peter Guralnick. Housed in a beautiful, limited edition display case, THE COMPLETE ELVIS PRESLEY MASTERS is an indispensable piece of music history and the one collection no true connoisseur should be without.

Elvis Presley - Through The Years Vol. 1-3 (1991)  

Posted by TmanHome at Oct. 27, 2015
Elvis Presley - Through The Years Vol. 1-3 (1991)

Elvis Presley - Through The Years Vol. 1-3 (1991)
Rock'n'Roll | MP3 320 kbps CBR | 117 min | 279 MB
Label: EP Collection | Rel: 1991

Elvis Presley may be the single most important figure in American 20th century popular music. Not necessarily the best, and certainly not the most consistent. But no one could argue with the fact that he was the musician most responsible for popularizing rock & roll on an international level. Viewed in cold sales figures, his impact was phenomenal. Dozens upon dozens of international smashes from the mid-'50s to the mid-'70s, as well as the steady sales of his catalog and reissues since his death in 1977, may make him the single highest-selling performer in history. Includes the three single releases volume 1-3.

Elvis Presley - Close Up (2003) [4CD Box Set] {RCA-BMG}  

Posted by ruskaval at Aug. 7, 2015
Elvis Presley - Close Up (2003) [4CD Box Set] {RCA-BMG}

Elvis Presley - Close Up (2003) [4CD Box Set] {RCA-BMG}
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© 2003 RCA / BMG | 82876-50537-2
Rock / Contemporary Pop / Rock 'n' Roll / Soundtrack

Critics compared the 2002 four-disc Today, Tomorrow & Forever to the Beatles Anthology series of evolving outtakes. That formula is repeated with less success this time around. Little here is preferable to the original Elvis-approved releases, bearing in mind that this was someone who recorded dozens of takes live in the studio until he got it right. Interestingly, the movie and Nashville discs actually trump the '50s disc of unreleased stereo masters from '57. "G.I. Blues," (a better version), "Flaming Star," stuff from Wild In the Country, and even selections from Blue Hawaii sound darn good all these years later, including a version of "Can't Help Falling in Love" that bridges the hit and film renditions. The Nashville disc starts with Elvis Is Back! outtakes, all at least listenable; "Soldier Boy" may be better than the official release. The gospel "Working on the Building" is a killer. "U.S. Male" pales mightily next to the single. And so on. Rounded out with a pretty standard 1972 live show, this provides some interesting tidbits for Elvis fanatics.
Elvis Presley - Young Man With The Big Beat. The Complete '56 Elvis Presley Masters (2011) [55th Anniversary 5CD BoxSet] {RCA}

Elvis Presley - Young Man With The Big Beat. The Complete '56 Elvis Presley Masters (2011) [55th Anniversary Deluxe 5CD BoxSet] {RCA}
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© 2011 RCA Records / Legacy / Sony Music | 88697935342
Rock / Early Pop / Rock & Roll

The recorded legacy of Elvis Presley continues to be discovered by new generations that never saw him or heard him perform live. It's hard to appreciate that he started so much of what we take for granted now in popular music. Until 1956, the teenagers of suburban America, and the rest of the world, had to endure ditties by Rosemary Clooney and Perry Como but everything was about to be tossed upside down. On January 28 on a cold night in New York, Elvis took America by storm as he appeared on CBS-TV's Stage Show hosted by Jimmy and Tommy Dorsey. On February 4 for his second appearance he sang a song that literally changed the world of popular music "Heartbreak Hotel". Its unique sound and style literally blew everything before it away while at the same time inducing the blueprint for everything that was to come; by April, it would be #1 on Billboard.
Elvis Presley - The King Of Rock 'N' Roll -The Complete 50s Masters (Disc 5/5)

The King Of Rock 'N' Roll -The Complete 50s Masters (Disc 5/5)
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Elvis Presley - The King Of Rock 'N' Roll -The Complete 50s Masters (Disc 4/5)

The King Of Rock 'N' Roll -The Complete 50s Masters (Disc 4/5)
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Elvis Presley - The King Of Rock 'N' Roll -The Complete 50s Masters (Disc 3/5)

The King Of Rock 'N' Roll -The Complete 50s Masters (Disc 3/5)
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Elvis Presley - The King Of Rock 'N' Roll -The Complete 50s Masters (Disc 2/5)

The King Of Rock 'N' Roll -The Complete 50s Masters (Disc 2/5)
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Elvis Presley - The King Of Rock 'N' Roll -The Complete 50s Masters (Disc 1)

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The King Of Rock 'N' Roll -The Complete 50s Masters (Disc 1)
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Elvis Presley - Elvis Sings The Wonderful World Of Christmas (2011)

Elvis Presley - Elvis Sings The Wonderful World Of Christmas (2011)
Pop Rock, Rock'n'Roll | MP3 320 kbps CBR | 131 min | 303 MB
Label: FTD | Rel: 2011

One of the latest classic albums to get the FTD treatment is Elvis Sings The Wonderful World Of Christmas. With the help of outtakes not being overdubbed in any way, it reveals a more intimate and sensitive side of the Christmas recordings that took place in Nashville during two nights in May, 1971. (A remake of one of the songs, I'll Be Home On Christmas Day, was done one month later but not used on the original album.) Maybe it was the great big decorated Christmas tree that was placed in the middle of RCA's Studio B that got Elvis in the right mood for the session. Maybe Lamar Fike dressed up as Santa Claus did the trick. Whatever the reason Elvis seems to be having a good time from the start.