Elvis Presley - Elvis Presley — Nº 2 download album
Different back cover layout to Elvis Presley - No 2. Fully laminated flipback sleeve XT tax code around hole. To me the epitome of Elvis' recording career and arguably his best, most creative recordings are firstly the 'Sun Sessions' and the RCA sides recorded and released in the period 1956-59. This, his second LP offering contains twelve absolutely classic and legendary tracks. From the impatient urgency of 'When My Blue Moon Turns To Gold' to the tragedy of 'Old Shep' there is an array of three beautiful ballads with nine rockers.
Elvis Presley – No 2. Label: His Master's Voice (2) – CLP 1105. Format: Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue, Unofficial Release, Mono, Blue Marbled Vinyl.
Elvis (also known as Elvis Presley No. 2) is the second studio album by American rock and roll singer Elvis Presley, released by RCA Victor in October 1956 in mono.
Album Name Elvis (Elvis Presley No. 2). Type Album. Data de lançamento 19 Outubro 1956. Labels RCA Records HMV Group. Re-Issue in 1999 and 2005 by BMG Records. 3. When My Blue Moon Turns to Gold Again.
List of Elvis Presley albums. Elvis Presley Album: Elvis: 2nd To None. Album Information : Title: Elvis: 2nd To None. In many ways, "Elvis: 2nd to None" is a marked improvement over the previous CD - it covers more musical ground and displays a wider range of Presley's vocal talents
4. Long Tall Sally Lyrics.
So a lot was unsettled and untried at the first of two groups of sessions that produced the Elvis Presley album - it wasn't even certain that there was any reason for a rock & roll artist to cut an album, because teenagers bought 45s, not LPs. The first of Elvis' RCA sides yielded one song, "Heartbreak Hotel," that seemed a potential single, but which no one thought would sell, and a few tracks that would be good enough for an album, if there were one. But no one involved knew anything for sure about this music
Elvis Presley proved that a rock album could not only sell, as teenagers generally only invested in '45s in those days, but it could outsell the singles from its own and any other genre. More importantly, though the correlation is hardly incidental, it established a degree of vocal primacy on a genre not yet blessed with a number of great singers.
It was like the world went from black & white to Technicolor," says Keith Richards of the emergence of Elvis Presley in the mid-'50s, and this look at the King's first official album (the legendary Sun Sessions weren't issued in album form until well after the fact) backs up that claim. The one-hour program (plus 40 minutes of bonus interview material on the program) combines performance footage (the early TV shows are not to be missed), photos, and more to limn Presley's early days, when he combined country, blues, and R&B to forge a unique, galvanizing.