9. mai, 2016

New CD-Box; Elvis On Television 1956- 1960

MRS (Memphis Recording Service) has announced a new 2CD box with an accompanying 100-page book; Elvis On Television 1956- 1960 The Complete Sound Recordings. This release is in the same format as the few months old Live in the 50's. It contains soundtracks of all appearances Elvis had on TV during the period 1956 to 1960.

MRS (Memphis Recording Service) har annonsert en ny 2CD-boks med en tilhørende 100-siders bok; Elvis On Television 1956- 1960 The Complete Sound Recordings. Utgivelsen er i samme format som den noen måneder gamle Live in the 50’s. Her får vi presentert lydsporene av alle opptredener Elvis hadde på TV i perioden 1956 til 1960.

From the label; Elvis On Television 1956- 1960 The Complete Sound Recordings - CD/Book: Continuing the celebrations marking the 60th anniversary of Elvis’ first appearance on national television, Memphis Recording Service will release a 2CD/100-page set titled ‘Elvis On Television 1956- 1960 The Complete Sound Recordings’ on June 26th 2016. The recordings contain the complete archival recordings of Elvis Presley’s television appearances from 1956-60. For the first time ever, these tracks been painstakingly remastered and restored. Fans who have enjoyed our previous mastered works will be pleased to know that our restoration techniques have now been applied these historical television soundtrack recordings. The quality of these recordings are now far superior than ever released before. The recordings contain all song tracks, comedy sketch routines and interviews including the extended Wink Martindale dialogue with Dewey Phillips.

The 100-page book is a chronological photo journey following Elvis from the very first in 1956, to his appearance on The Frank Sinatra show in 1960. It contains liner notes accompanied by many rare and new unpublished photographs.

The tracklist includes, The Six Dorsey Brothers – Stage Shows (CBS), the two The Milton Berle Shows (NBC), Wink Martindale – Top Ten Dance Party (WHBQ TV), The Steve Allen Show (NBC), Hy Gardner (NBC), The Three Ed Sullivan Shows (CBS), plus The Frank Sinatra Show (ABC) - a total of sixty-seven tracks over two CDs.

Source; Elvis Information Network