Memphis To Nashville '61 Book incl. CD from FTD
The book includes accounts of that day and the events leading up to it. It features accounts from Elvis' musicians, friends and fans, magazine- and newspaper articles from the time, and many rare and newly-discovered photographs. The collection of over 100 unpublished photographs, most of them in black and white, have been collected from many different sources; some are from original negatives whilst others are from original prints. Also included in the book is a section on Elvis' visit to Nashville on March 8, 1961, less than two weeks after the benefit shows of February 25, to receive an honorary colonelship from the Governor of Tennessee, Buford Ellington. Furthermore, the final part of the volume includes information and details relating to the recording sessions held on March 12 and 13, 1961 that provided most of the tracks for the classic LP, 'Something For Everybody'.
As an added bonus, the book comes with a CD containing the mono version of 'Something For Everybody' plus recordings of Elvis' press conference, held at the Hotel Claridge in Memphis on February 25, 1961, and of the presentation of honors at the Tennessee State Capitol just 11 days later.
Something For Everybody (mono version)
1) There's Always Me
2) Give Me The Right
3) It's A Sin
4) Sentimental Me
5) Starting Today
7) I'm Comin' Home
8) In Your Arms
9) Put The Blame On Me
11) I Want You With Me
12) I Slipped, I Stumbled, I Fell
13) Press Conference (March 25, 1961)
14) Elvis Is Made An Honorary Colonel (March 8 1961)
Tupelo's Own Elvis Presley DVD + 16 page booklet.
Never before have we seen an Elvis Presley concert from the 1950's with sound. Until Now! The DVD Contains recently discovered unreleased film of Elvis performing 6 songs, including Heartbreak Hotel and Don't Be Cruel, live in Tupelo Mississippi 1956. Included we see a live performance of the elusive Long Tall Sally seen here for the first time ever.
This is an excellent release no fan should be without it.
The 'parade' footage is good to see as it puts you in the right context with color and b&w footage. The interviews of Elvis' Parents are well worth hearing too. The afternoon show footage is wonderful and electrifying : Here is Elvis in his prime rocking and rolling in front of 11.000 people. Highly recommended.