Elvis Presley - Elvis Presley Pure Gold album FLAC
Pure Gold is a 1975 compilation album by American singer and musician Elvis Presley released as part of the RCA Records budget "Pure Gold" series of albums. Though at this point in his career, Presley was focused more on the country music market, where he had a string of chart-topping records in recent years, this collection focuses more on earlier material than recent hits.
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Pure Gold is a 1975 compilation album by Elvis Presley released as part of the RCA Records budget "Pure Gold" series of albums. Though at this point in his career Presley was focused more on the country music market, where he had a string of chart-topping records in recent years, this compilation focuses more on earlier material than recent hits. Kentucky Rain", "Fever", "It's Impossible", and "In The Ghetto" are true stereo mixes. All other tracks are in "electronically reprocessed" stereo.
The precise motivation behind the release of Pure Gold is difficult to fathom, based on its content: ten songs spanning 16 years of Elvis Presley's recorded history, from "I Got a Woman" in January 1956 through "It's Impossible," cut in February 1972. What's more, three of the songs are title tracks to films: "Love Me Tender," "Jailhouse Rock," and "Loving Yo.
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Released October 19, 1956. Elvis (1956 Album) Tracklist. 3. When My Blue Moon Turns To Gold Again Lyrics. 4. Long Tall Sally Lyrics. 5. First In Line Lyrics.
Elvis (1956) Elvis is great, if not as strong as Elvis Presley from half a year earlier. Little Richard’s Rip It Up starts the album off with plenty of oomph and one of the fiercest-ever Scotty Moore guitar breaks, and the two other Little Richard cuts are equally hard-hitting. So Glad You’re Mine, a great mocking Arthur Crudup song left over from an earlier session kicks off the second side, and when Elvis’s mournful desire peeks out on How’s the World Treating You, as elsewhere, the effect is spellbinding. Despite being a Colonel Parker cash grab - a designation that could be given to so much of Elvis’s ensuing work - meant to tide over fans during the first stretch of Elvis’s two-year showbiz break, it’s a splendid summation of his pre-Army highlights, not arranged chronologically, but for listening pleasure.
|A5||Don't Be Cruel|
|B1||I Got A Woman|
|B2||All Shook Up|
|B4||In The Ghetto|
|B5||Love Me Tender|
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- Phonographic Copyright (p) – BMG Music
- Manufactured By – BMG Music Canada Inc.
- Distributed By – BMG Music Canada Inc.
Notes©1982 BMG Music
℗1975 BMG Music
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- Barcode (Text): 0 7863-53732-4 0
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