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Disc 1
01 – Make Me Know It [2:01]
02 – Soldier Boy [3:06]
03 – Stuck On You [2:20]
04 – Fame And Fortune [2:31]
05 – A Mess Of Blues [2:41]
06 – If Feels So Right [2:11]
07 – Fever [3:33]
08 – Like A Baby [2:40]
09 – It’s Now Or Never [3:16]
10 – The Girl Of My Best Friend [2:22]
11 – Dirty, Dirty Feeling [1:34]
12 – Thrill Of Your Love [3:01]
13 – I Gotta Know [2:16]
14 – Such A Night [3:00]
15 – Are You Lonesome Tonight? [3:07]
16 – Girl Next Door Went A ‘Walking [2:14]
17 – I’ll Be Home Again [2:35]
18 – Reconsider Baby [3:41]
19 – Surrender [1:53]
20 – I’m Coming Home [2:23]
21 – Gently [2:17]
22 – In Your Arms [1:52]
23 – Give Me The Right [2:34]
24 – I Feel So Bad [2:55]
25 – It’s A Sin [2:41]
26 – I Want You With Me [2:14]
27 – There’s Always Me [2:16]



Disc 2
01 – Starting Today [2:06]
02 – Sentimental Me [2:33]
03 – Judy [2:12]
04 – Put The Blame On Me [1:59]
05 – Kiss Me Quick [2:48]
06 – That’s Someone You Never Forget [2:50]
07 – I’m Yours [2:22]
08 – His Latest Flame [2:09]
09 – Little Sister [2:32]
10 – For The Millionth And Last Time [2:08]
11 – Good Luck Charm [2:25]
12 – Anything That’s Part Of You [2:06]
13 – I Met Her Today [2:44]
14 – Night Rider [2:10]
15 – Something Blue [2:59]
16 – Gonna Get Back Home Somehow [2:30]
17 – (Such An) Easy Question [2:20]
18 – Fountain Of Love [2:14]
19 – Just For Old Time Sake [2:10]
20 – You’ll Be Gone [2:25]
21 – I Feel That I’ve Known You Forever [1:41]
22 – Just Tell Her Jim Said Hello [1:53]
23 – Suspicion [2:36]
24 – She’s Not You [2:10]
25 – Echoes Of Love [2:40]
26 – Please Don’t Drag That String Around [1:56]
27 – (You’re The) Devil In Disguise [2:22]
28 – Never Ending [2:00]
29 – What Now, What Next, Where To [1:58]
30 – Witchcraft [2:20]
31 – Finders Keepers, Losers Weepers [1:49]
32 – Love Me Tonight [2:02]



Disc 3
01 – (It’s A) Long Lonely Highway [2:23]
02 – Western Union [2:11]
03 – Slowly But Surely [2:14]
04 – Blue River [1:33]
05 – Memphis Tennessee [2:10]
06 – Ask Me [2:08]
07 – It Hurts Me [2:29]
08 – Down In The Alley [2:50]
09 – Tomorrow Is A Long Time [5:22]
10 – Love Letters [2:52]
11 – Beyond The Reef (Original Undubbed Master) [Previously Unreleased] [3:06]
12 – Come What May (Alternate Take 7) [Previously Unreleased] [2:00]
13 – Fool Fall In Love [2:07]
14 – Indescribably Blue [2:49]
15 – I’ll Remember You (Original Unedited Master) [Previously Unreleased] [4:07]
16 – If Every Day Was Like Christmas [2:54]
17 – Suppose (Master) [Previously Unreleased] [3:03]
18 – Guitar Man/What’d I Say (Original Unedited Master) [Previously Unreleased] [2:57]
19 – Big Boss Man [2:52]
20 – Mine [2:37]
21 – Just Call Me Lonesome [2:07]
22 – Hi-Heel Sneakers (Original Unedited Master) [Previously Unreleased] [4:48]
23 – You Don’t Know Me [2:29]
24 – Singing Tree [2:19]
25 – Too Much Monkey Business [2:32]
26 – U.S. Male [2:44]



Disc 4
01 – Long Black Limousine [3:41]
02 – This Is The Story [2:29]
03 – Wearin’ That Loved On Look [2:46]
04 – You’ll Think Of Me [4:00]
05 – A Little Bit Of Green [3:22]
06 – Gentle On My Mind [3:23]
07 – I’m Movin’ On [2:53]
08 – Don’t Cry Daddy [2:49]
09 – Inherit The Wind [2:57]
10 – Mama Liked The Roses [2:49]
11 – My Little Friend [2:46]
12 – In The Ghetto [2:47]
13 – Rubberneckin’ [2:11]
14 – From A Jack To A King [2:25]
15 – Hey Jude [4:31]
16 – Without Love (There Is Nothing) [2:54]
17 – I’ll Hold You In My Heart (Till I Can Hold You In Me Arms) [4:33]
18 – I’ll Be There [2:23]
19 – Suspicious Minds [4:30]
20 – True Love Travels On A Gravel Road [2:39]
21 – Stranger In My Own Home Town [4:24]
22 – And The Grass Won’t Pay No Mind [3:11]
23 – Power Of My Love [2:34]




Disc 5
01 – After Loving You [3:08]
02 – Do You Know Who I Am [2:49]
03 – Kentucky Rain [3:16]
04 – Only The Strong Survive [2:42]
05 – It Keeps Right On A-Hurtin’ [2:38]
06 – Any Day Now [3:00]
07 – If I’m A Fool (For Loving You) [2:45]
08 – The Fair Is Moving On [3:09]
09 – Who Am I? [3:19]
10 – This Time I Can’t / Stop Loving You (Informal Recording) [Previously Unreleased] [3:50]
11 – In The Ghetto (Alternate Take 4) [Previously Unreleased] [2:48]
12 – Suspicious Minds (Alternate Take 6) [Previously Unreleased] [3:16]
13 – Kentucky Rain (Alternate Take 9) [Previously Unreleased] [3:12]
14 – Big Boss Man (Alternate Take 2) [Previously Unreleased] [3:39]
15 – Down In The Alley (Alternate Take 1) [Previously Unreleased] [3:12]
16 – Memphis Tennessee (Alternate Take 1 From The ’1963 Session’) [Previously Unreleased] [2:14]
17 – I’m Yours (Alternate Take 1 Undubbed Version) [Previously Unreleased] [2:19]
18 – His Latest Flame (Take 4) [Previously Unreleased] [2:02]
19 – That’s Someone You Never Forget (Alternate Take 1) [Previously Unreleased] [2:40]
20 – Surrender (Alternate Take 1) [Previously Unreleased] [1:52]
21 – It’s Now Or Never (Original Undubbled Master) [Previously Unreleased] [3:16]
22 – Love Me Tender / Witchcraft (From ”Frank Sinatra Timex Special”) [Previously Unreleased] [1:41]

Detalhes

Since The King of Rock 'n' Roll was the complete '50s masters, it was easy to assume that its five-disc '60s sequel, From Nashville to Memphis: The Essential 60's Masters, rounded up all the masters from that decade, which is simply not the case. The producers deliberately avoided the soundtracks to Elvis' movies, which perhaps makes sense, given that they are roundly and rightly disparaged as Presley's low point, which then opened the doors to presenting just what they judged as the best non-soundtrack recordings he made during the '60s. They also disregarded the gospel recordings, saving them for the double-disc 1994 collection Amazing Grace: His Greatest Gospel Songs, leaving this as an overview of the best of his pop and rock material of the '60s, all recorded after he got back from the army. Instead of being a detriment, this is a brilliant move, distilling his erratic, wide-ranging '60s recordings to their very best, providing a relatively comprehensive overview of the greatest material Elvis recorded during his most inconsistent decade. Its biggest flaw is that in its zeal to overlook the soundtracks, the box skips over even the hits from the films, so this does not have "Can't Help Falling in Love," "GI Blues," "Follow That Dream," "Viva Las Vegas," "Little Less Conversation," and "Return to Sender," as well as other, lesser hits. They are missed, particularly because there is a surfeit of pop-oriented material from the early '60s. That's one area where this box excels: It proves that Presley did turn toward pop in the early '60s. Contrary to conventional wisdom, he did not abandon rock & roll, and there are many tough performances from the early years of the decade that stand their own with the '50s RCA sides, but by the middle of the box -- which roughly corresponds with the middle of the decade -- it becomes clear that Elvis needed to change his approach, and he did with stunning power. That's where the scope of the box comes into play: By disc three, there's been plenty of good, sometimes great, music, but when Elvis gets his swagger back just before the songs that formed From Elvis in Memphis, the growing energy is kinetic, and the fourth disc, along with half of the fifth, are intoxicating in how Presley rediscovers his power and starts to not only sing songs worthy of his talents, but have productions and performances that match. This is the greatest music on this set -- "Long Black Limousine," "Rubberneckin'," "Wearin' That Loved on Look," "In the Ghetto," "Suspicious Minds," "True Love Travels on a Gravel Road," and "Kentucky Rain" are among the best of this batch -- towering over the rest of the music here and holding its own with the Sun material. This is presented in more thorough form elsewhere, but the long view and scope of this set really make his comeback dramatic on From Nashville to Memphis. That narrative makes the set essential, as does the judicious selection of his early- and mid-'60s highlights. It's done well -- well enough to almost excuse the very, very big hits that are missing, even if it doesn't completely account for their absence. That is a pretty big flaw, but even so, From Nashville to Memphis is necessary for any serious pop library, which speaks volumes for the quality of the music within the box.

Informação Adicional

Artista ELVIS PRESLEY
Formato da Mídia CD
Gravadora LEGACY RECORDS
Origem EUROPE
Nº de Faixas 130
Código Identificador (SKU) 07863 66160 2

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