- Performer:Elvis Presley
- Title:From Burbank to Honolulu
- Style:Contemporary Pop/Rock,Early Pop/Rock,Rock & Roll,Rockabilly
- Date of release:November 15, 2004
- Size FLAC version1630 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1549 megabytes
- Size WMA version1608 megabytes
- Formats:AC3 ASF VOX VOC WAV MMF
Elvis is the eighteenth studio album by American singer and musician Elvis Presley, released in July 1973. It sold over 1 million copies worldwide (despite being released soon after the much more successful Aloha from Hawaii). To differentiate it from his eponymous 1956 release it is sometimes called The "Fool" Album, after its first track. In the US "Fool" was issued as the B-side of "Steamroller Blues" from the Aloha from Hawaii Via Satellite album
Elvis Presley (released in the UK as Elvis Presley Rock n' Roll) is the debut studio album by American rock and roll singer Elvis Presley. It was released on RCA Victor, catalog number LPM-1254, in March 1956. The recording sessions took place on January 10 and January 11 at the RCA Victor recording studios in Nashville, Tennessee, and on January 30 and January 31 at the RCA Victor studios in New York.
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.
Elvis 'If I Can Dream' with Tommy Tedesco, Elvis and Mike Deasy of the Wrecking Crew. Find this Pin and more on Elvis Presley by Ruby Edwards.
Elvis Presley – Platinum Collection, Elvis At Burbank, California, June '68. Label: Selles – SELL 1139, Selles – SELL 1138. Format: 2 CD, Album, Compilation.
Elvis Presley performs during his Elvis special, known as the "'68 Comeback," at NBC Studios in Burbank, California. Michael Ochs Archives/Getty Images. One Down, 57 to Go. Elvis Presley during a press conference after his first performance at the International Hotel in Las Vegas on August 1st, 1969.
Elvis Presley earns his 53rd top 40 album on the Billboard 200 chart (dated Sept. 5) as the new compilation Elvis Presley Forever debuts at No. 11. The set, sold exclusively through the . Postal Service, is Presley's highest-charting album since 2003, when Elvis: 2nd to None peaked at No. 3. The debuting album was released in conjunction with the promotion of Presley's new commemorative stamp. With Elvis Presley Forever, the King of Rock & Roll also fittingly debuts at No. 1 on Billboard's Top Rock Albums chart. It's his first No. 1 on the list (which originated in 2006).
Elvis presley recording sessions. This Is A Simplified Version Of Elvis' Recording Sessions. It Shows The Sessions and The Masters That Came From Them. All Songs are Masters, unless marked (A) for Acetate, (N) for Non-Studio, (L) for Live. LM) means there is only a Live Master. Live Shows From The Seventies Are Only Listed, Where The Only Version Of A Song Appears. Live Recording, Informal Rehearsal, Dressing Room, NBC, Burbank, California, June 24-25, 1968. Live Recording, Informal Segment, NBC, Burbank, California, June 27, 1968 6pm & 8pm Shows. 6pm Show : That's All Right (L). Heartbreak Hotel (L).