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'The Essential Elvis Presley' 2 LP Vinyl Release March 4


By: Elvis Australia
Source: Sony Music Music
February 10, 2016 - 1:45:53 PM
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In 2007 Sony Music honoured the 30th Anniversary of Elvis' passing by introducing 'The Essential Elvis Presley' to their critically acclaimed Essential Series. Since being released, this album has become one of the most popular offerings to date.

On March 4 this definitive career-spanning album will be released as a 28 track double LP Record set that truly represents the soulful and uplifting tracks that include 17 number one hits and multiple milestone recordings. A must have for the serious Elvis fan. Features 28 Elvis hits

NB. The track listing for the vinyl is slightly different than the CD versions – they have been reduced to keep them as 2LP sets

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Track listing

LP1

Side A

That's All Right
Baby, Let's Play House
Mystery Train
Heartbreak Hotel
I Was The One
Blue Suede Shoes
Hound Dog
Don't Be Cruel
Love Me Tender

Side B

Shook Up
Jailhouse Rock
Trouble
It's Now or Never
Are You Lonesome Tonight?
Little Sister
Follow That Dream

LP2

Side A

Can't Help Falling in Love
Return to Sender
Devil in Disguise
Bossa Nova Baby
Viva Las Vegas
A Little Less Conversation
If I Can Dream

Side B

In the Ghetto
Suspicious Minds
Don't Cry Daddy
Kentucky Rain
Burning Love

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'The Essential Elvis Presley' 28 track double LP Record.
'The Essential Elvis Presley' 28 track double LP Record.


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