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Available as both a 2LP and 4CD box set (digital equivalent matches the 4CD) The definitive chronicle of Elvis 1970 "Marathon" sessions at RCA Studio B with the Nashville Cats CD box includes 40 undubbed, newly mixed recordings plus two discs of rare/unreleased outtakes Includes "Funny How Times Slips Away," "Bridge Over Troubled Water," "I''ve Lost You" and more

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Disc: 1

1 You Don''t Have to Say You Love Me
2 Mary In the Morning
3 Stranger In the Crowd
4 How the Web Was Woven
5 Got My Mojo Working / Keep Your Hands Off of It

Disc: 2

1 I''ve Lost You
2 Patch It Up
3 Just Pretend
4 Whole Lot-ta Shakin'' Goin'' On
5 Bridge Over Troubled Water

Disc: 3

1 Tomorrow Never Comes
2 Faded Love
3 I Really Don''t Want to Know
4 I Was Born About Ten Thousand Years Ago
5 Make the World Go Away

Disc: 4

1 Funny How Time Slips Away
2 Faded Love
3 The Fool
4 A Hundred Years from Now
5 Little Cabin On the Hill
6 There Goes My Everything
7 I Washed My Hands In Muddy Water

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Thomas Lytle
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Fantastic! Brought a Tear To My Eye
Reviewed in the United States on November 30, 2020
First I take one star off for slight surface noise flaws throughout and a slight warp which did not affect the play. Now I’ll say this LP set brought a tear to my eye a couple times. The recordings sound absolutely Amazing. It’s always fun to hear Elvis’ studio banter... See more
First I take one star off for slight surface noise flaws throughout and a slight warp which did not affect the play. Now I’ll say this LP set brought a tear to my eye a couple times. The recordings sound absolutely Amazing. It’s always fun to hear Elvis’ studio banter between the takes and surprising to hear him curse! You do get the feeling that you’re sitting in the studio with Elvis and the band and I Love that! Elvis was his own toughest critic but he also has a great sense of humor. I love this album! Every song is fantastic! This is definitely a must have for Elvis fans. I’ve already had two friends over to listen to it and they both want me to order them a copy. So that’s saying something. Awesome!!
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Misty
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Vinyl set is a scam
Reviewed in the United States on November 25, 2020
The CD version of this set is great but I would HIGHLY advise no one to get a vinyl copy of this album for it is a cash grab and a scam. The reason you should not buy it is because they cut more content from the CD release than they had to. 1 side of a vinyl record can hold... See more
The CD version of this set is great but I would HIGHLY advise no one to get a vinyl copy of this album for it is a cash grab and a scam. The reason you should not buy it is because they cut more content from the CD release than they had to. 1 side of a vinyl record can hold about 21 minutes of audio while all of the sides on here hold about 15 minutes. As a result the run-outs on the record are extremely long with nearly 5 circles. If you want a good archive of some great music, buy the CD version or listen to it digitally.
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Mike
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Poor quality vinyl LP''s
Reviewed in the United States on November 27, 2020
I tried getting a usable vinyl LP set but had to return two different LP sets. With both orders the records were so warped that the needle was bouncing significantly. This is a manufacturing problem not a shipping problem. I stream this album through Amazon Unlimited and... See more
I tried getting a usable vinyl LP set but had to return two different LP sets. With both orders the records were so warped that the needle was bouncing significantly. This is a manufacturing problem not a shipping problem. I stream this album through Amazon Unlimited and it is fantastic. 5 stars to the sound engineers for putting this together. I wouldn''t hesitate to stream or buy the CD set, just not the vinyl LP''s.
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MusacFreak
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From Elvis In Memphis / Music on Vinyl reissue = Greatness
Reviewed in the United States on November 2, 2019
Yellow vinyl reissue of the superb "From Elvis In Memphis" album originally released in 1969 limited to 2,000 copies. This Music on Vinyl reissue is superb, with a beautiful laminated cover and beautifully pressed vinyl that is flat and dead quiet. The mastering is perfect... See more
Yellow vinyl reissue of the superb "From Elvis In Memphis" album originally released in 1969 limited to 2,000 copies. This Music on Vinyl reissue is superb, with a beautiful laminated cover and beautifully pressed vinyl that is flat and dead quiet. The mastering is perfect with a nice openness and very detailed allowing for some background guitar work that was somewhat buried originally on "Gentle On My Mind" to come through which is quite a revelation and almost makes it like hearing it for the first time. The sound quality on these releases from Music on Vinyl are much better than what Friday Music has been putting out the past few years. If you own several copies of this album or want to hear how great of an artist Elvis really was, you owe it to yourself to pick up a copy. This is the best presentation I''ve heard yet of this album.
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Sonnyboy
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
THE KING RETURNS TO MEMPHIS TO RECORD
Reviewed in the United States on August 12, 2016
The Friday Music vinyl releases are simply the best thing out there. I have yet to A-B the original RCA Elvis album in mint condition to the Friday Music Release, and it not better the original album. Joe Reagoso is a mastering genius. On top of that, the... See more
The Friday Music vinyl releases are simply the best thing out there. I have yet to A-B the original RCA Elvis album in mint condition to the Friday Music Release, and it not better the original album. Joe Reagoso is a mastering genius.

On top of that, the packaging is always a gatefold cover that looks super great on the shelf. The title can be easily read. The record itself is always 180 gram vinyl and especially on the Elvis releases from the late 60''s into the 70''s are superior to the original vinyl.

My only con on this one is that they used the wrong RCA logo with the dog on the cover and the record as well. The original pressing was the block RCA lettering and had an orange vinyl sticker. This is the only one I own that has the wrong logo on it. It is now out of print, so if you can find a copy, BUY IT!!

The other version for sale on 180 gram is made by Music On Vinyl. Their''s is well done as well, but not as good as the Friday Music pressing.
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JPfromOH
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Perhaps His Best
Reviewed in the United States on January 16, 2010
Because of the fact that Elvis Presley burst on the scene during the era in which 45-rpm singles reigned supreme, many of his albums (and just about everyone else''s albums) tended to revolve around the hits and include less-than-stellar filler. As everyone knows, Col. Tom... See more
Because of the fact that Elvis Presley burst on the scene during the era in which 45-rpm singles reigned supreme, many of his albums (and just about everyone else''s albums) tended to revolve around the hits and include less-than-stellar filler. As everyone knows, Col. Tom Parker tried to turn his star into a pop singer with a broader appeal, something that is apparent from Presley''s movie appearances and his recordings after his return from the Army. The 1968 comeback television special marked the return of Elvis Presley to relevance, and From Elvis in Memphis pretty much seals the deal. The CD reissue is far superior to the original vinyl release because of the important 1969 singles (particularly "Kentucky Rain" and "Suspicious Minds") that are included as bonus tracks. Most of the arrangements lean in the direction of pop, particularly because of the inclusion of strings; however, this represents perhaps the best example of how Elvis Presley integrated blues, country, pop, and even soul in the late 1960s. If only he had sung this way and more soulful material during the rest of the 1960s -- his catalog of recordings probably would have been much more interesting overall. And, if only he had not become a self parody in the 1970s... Anyway, this is probably Elvis Presley''s best album, especially in the enlarged form of the reissue.
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John Stodder
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Elvis'' greatest album
Reviewed in the United States on March 6, 2002
This is the most wonderful, fully realized and sustained music Elvis Presley ever did. Much as anyone should love and admire the Sun Sessions, this music here cuts straighter to the bone. It is a perfectly sequenced album of songs delivered with the most powerful, heartfelt... See more
This is the most wonderful, fully realized and sustained music Elvis Presley ever did. Much as anyone should love and admire the Sun Sessions, this music here cuts straighter to the bone. It is a perfectly sequenced album of songs delivered with the most powerful, heartfelt emotion Elvis ever presented in a secular setting. 100 years from now, what will survive of Elvis''s music will largely be the Sun Sessions, his gospel recordings, and this album.
You can get all this music on a 2-CD set called Suspicious Minds, which documents all the Jan.-Feb. 1969 Chips Moman recording sessions the produced this album, plus the great singles Suspicious Minds, Don''t Cry Daddy, Mama Liked the Roses and Kentucky Rain. There are some other good cuts on it, too, like Without Love, Inherit the Wind and Stranger in My Own Home Town. So, if you''re a big big fan, go ahead, spend the 30 bucks and get that one.
But I want to make the case for THIS disc. Because when you hear Suspicious Minds, you realize that the producer picked the true gems from those sessions, only leaving out the singles. I would argue you can get the singles elsewhere on best-of collections that any Elvis fan would have. And there is something to be said for having a CD that only has the original programming, and doesn''t dilute its impact. Believe, this album has major impact as Elvis'' major statement on the travails of love and life.
Wearin'' That Loved on Look--Great, funky opening, but a disquieting scenario--sort of the flip side of Suspicious Minds.
Only the Strong Survive--The first hold-your-breath moment. This was a great single for Jerry Butler, but Elvis just blows him away. Look at it as a 1969 update on Elvis'' early melding of R&B with country. Every moment is perfect, especially the vocal.
I''ll Hold You in My Heart (Till I Can Hold You in My Arms)-- Oh man, what a vocal. Recalls "Heartbreak Hotel."
Long Black Limousine -- The next jaw-dropper. A song filled with anger and pity, thinking about an old girlfriend or friend whose big dreams came crashing down. This is the album''s greatest performance, and that''s saying something.
It Keeps Right on A-Hurtin'' -- I love this version of the country classic, and it''s got the most marvelous arrangement. Maybe my favorite song on it, just because its warmth and momentum.
I''m Movin'' On-- Closed side one of the original, a gospel rave-up.
Power of My Love -- And it''s powerful indeed. He gets a big, funky sound here.
Gentle on My Mind-- I can''t say it tops the Glenn Campbell original, but it''s a lovely version.
After Loving You -- Another great vocal performance on another great 50s''-style tune.
True Love Travels on a Gravel Road-- Great moment #4. It sounds like a tribute to a constant wife, but I can''t help but think it''s really a song of yearning, of a man who wishes for this kind of faithful loyalty, but isn''t quite sure. Nick Lowe does a version that brings out this subtext on "The Impossible Bird."
Any Day Now -- Great moment #5. More yearning, kind of like the Beach Boys'' When I Grow Up (lyrically, I mean). Smooth and so evocative.
In the Ghetto -- It''s dated as hell, and it doesn''t matter. Great moment #6. Elvis sings the song with evident compassion; this is a real young man he''s singing about, not a social stereotype, and his conviction makes the song work, plus the performance of the band, brilliant throughout, is beautifully understated here, making lots of room for the strings.
I love this album as much as any album I''ve heard. It doesn''t get the recognition it deserves, despite Amazon''s "Essential" listing. And it bothers me that the songs are now being repackaged merely at the outcome of the Memphis Sessions. It would be like if George Martin repackaged all the Beatles songs from 1967 as The Psychedelic Sessions, instead of Sgt. Pepper. Just trust me, get and play this record for what it is, and if you love it, you''ll want the Suspicious Minds set just to feed your fanaticism.
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Derek McGovern
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Elvis'' finest album
Reviewed in the United States on November 16, 2001
Elvis was 34 years old when he recorded this brilliant collection of pop, country, blues and soul music. It''s an eclectic mix, and probably not to all tastes, but one thing is abundantly clear - Elvis was at his peak when he set foot in the American studios in Memphis that... See more
Elvis was 34 years old when he recorded this brilliant collection of pop, country, blues and soul music. It''s an eclectic mix, and probably not to all tastes, but one thing is abundantly clear - Elvis was at his peak when he set foot in the American studios in Memphis that winter of 1969.
Vocally, this is a very different Elvis from even two years earlier, when he was still producing the sweet almost-crooning sound associated with soundtracks such as Blue Hawaii. Here his voice is stronger and darker, and the raucous opening track (Wearin'' that loved on look) shows he is not afraid to sacrifice beauty of sound for a more dramatic effect. That''s not to say this album doesn''t contain some mellow singing as well - In the Ghetto is proof of that.
But what makes this album great is the sheer individuality displayed in every track as Elvis gives each song his trademark commitment and energy. Stand-outs for me include Only the Strong Survive, in which Elvis transforms an otherwise standard song into a very personal statement; a definitive Gentle on My Mind; After Loving You (with its brilliant vocal gyrations); Any Day Now; and the haunting and moving True Love Travels On A Gravel Road.
The bonus tracks include two songs that should have been on the original album - Suspicious Minds and Kentucky Rain. It''s great to have them reunited with their companion pieces from the same recording sessions.
Just one tiny criticism - why has BMG included a photo of the Hollywood Elvis on its cover? It''s precisely THAT Elvis that this album seeks to escape from! Perhaps they were being ironic?
The liner notes are excellent, and complement a masterful artistic statement from pop''s greatest icon.
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mutton noir
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Authentic Elvis
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on October 13, 2020
This is a fantastic album that still sounds great 50 years after it was first released. A terrific song selection, a terrific band and Elvis in top form. This is Elvis as a serious musical artist. A return to top form following his iconic 68 TV comeback special. The sound...See more
This is a fantastic album that still sounds great 50 years after it was first released. A terrific song selection, a terrific band and Elvis in top form. This is Elvis as a serious musical artist. A return to top form following his iconic 68 TV comeback special. The sound quality is excellent and the arrangements are timeless, still sound fresh. I just wish Elvis had focused on this rather than the cheesy movies. This has to be one of Elvis''s finest albums. The extra material is great too!
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Lee Matthew Rusz
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Elvis finally shows his musical chops with a great follow up to the NBC TV special
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on September 23, 2018
After all of the dross of the movie soundtracks, Elvis finally shows his musical chops with a great follow up to the NBC TV special. Following hot on the heals of the NBC TV special, Elvis went back to his musical roots and recorded in Memphis at the American Sound Studios....See more
After all of the dross of the movie soundtracks, Elvis finally shows his musical chops with a great follow up to the NBC TV special. Following hot on the heals of the NBC TV special, Elvis went back to his musical roots and recorded in Memphis at the American Sound Studios. In January and February 1969 he recorded what is arguably the best material of his career and enough to fill two albums and single releases that would mark his return to the charts, including the monster hits of In the Ghetto and Suspicious Minds. This landmark album has been released by Friday Music, is a gatefold cover with original artwork for the front and back and two great photos from the aforementioned TV special in the gatefold. The album contains a great mix of soul, rock, country and not to mention the near musical perfection track that is In the Ghetto. A social statement track that is as relevant today as it was nearly fifty years ago. NB The cover of my copy was slightly damaged, I contacted Amazon who offered me a fifty per cent refund. Well done to Amazon.
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mr john jack
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
THE ALBUM THAT BROUGHT ELVIS BACK TO THE TOP
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on January 26, 2015
This Is The Album That Brought Elvis Back To Life And What An Album It Is , Powerful And Strong Songs That Would Stand The Solid And Unforgettable Test Of Time And Has Become One Of The Favorite Elvis Albums From All Generations Of Fans All Over The World, We Have All Kinds...See more
This Is The Album That Brought Elvis Back To Life And What An Album It Is , Powerful And Strong Songs That Would Stand The Solid And Unforgettable Test Of Time And Has Become One Of The Favorite Elvis Albums From All Generations Of Fans All Over The World, We Have All Kinds Of Musical Emotions Going On Here In This Great Album ..From ANGER, MOODY, REFLECTIVE , SADNESS AND DOWNRIGHT SOPPY LOVELINESS , Powerful Tracks Like Power Of My Love And Wearin" That Loved On Look, Reflective Sadness Of Long Black Limousine And The Heartache Of The Crime And Poverty Of In The Ghetto . Is Truly Amazing Demanding Vocals Pushed To The Limits But You Know What Our Man Does It With Great Style With A Voice That No Mere Mortal Can Ever Achieve , So With Album And Also The Double Vinyl Album MEMPHIS TO VEGAS/VEGAS TO MEMPHIS That Was To Be Released The Following Year , We Elvis Fans Were In For A Fantastic Whole New Journey For The Next Few Years , Exciting Times Lay Ahead . Fantastic Album, I Genuinely Recommend This Album So Highly , It Is An Essential Album For Your Collection. BUY IT
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Fr.Malcolm
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Elvis at his best.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on August 26, 2018
This recording comes from the period 1968-70 when Elvis was at his ‘recording peak’. ie after the acclaimed success of the TV Special and before the boredom set in with live appearances, Vegas etc. His voice is at its best, and as studio albums go, this must rate as one of...See more
This recording comes from the period 1968-70 when Elvis was at his ‘recording peak’. ie after the acclaimed success of the TV Special and before the boredom set in with live appearances, Vegas etc. His voice is at its best, and as studio albums go, this must rate as one of his finest. If you only buy one Elvis album, you won’t go wrong with this on your turntable.
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From Elvis In Memphis
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on November 4, 2016
Easily the best album by Elvis since the heady days of the early 60''s with the great ''Elvis Is Back'' along with ''Something For Everybody'' and ''His Hand In Mine'' running close seconds. This album though has a different sound altogether to it. Elvis'' vocal texture in 1969, as...See more
Easily the best album by Elvis since the heady days of the early 60''s with the great ''Elvis Is Back'' along with ''Something For Everybody'' and ''His Hand In Mine'' running close seconds. This album though has a different sound altogether to it. Elvis'' vocal texture in 1969, as demonstrated in his magnificent ''68 special, resonates through this album but on an even better scale for being a studio album and not the basic sound system of NBC for the TV Special. In 1969, Chips Moman and his studio brought out the very best in Elvis'' voice. Put plainly, it is a staggeringly powerful tour de force of an album and should be there in every collection of people who like Elvis. I''d even advise others who haven''t got a single Elvis CD to buy this. At the asking price, it''s well worth the risk.
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