Our Memories of Elvis Volume 3 CD

By: Elvis Australia
Source: www.elvis.com.au
August 12, 2010 - 7:26:52 AM
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Our Memories of Elvis Volume 3 CD
Our Memories of Elvis Volume 3 CD
After the big success of the Our Memories Vol. 1 & 2 re-release the Victrola import label announced the release of Our Memories of Elvis Volume 3. The original was a continuation of RCA producer Joan Deary's vision that offered fans more 'pure Elvis'. The main reason for the project was that there were many requests after Elvis death from fans complaining about the fact that Elvis' voice was buried under the many instruments and Felton Jarvis' overdubs. The original 'Our Memories Of Elvis Vol.3' tracklisting was suggested but the project was cancelled and the mixing never finished. In 2010 Victoral finally offers the original thirteen album tracks plus ten bonus 'Rare or Unreleased' tracks. Some selections are undubbed masters while some are special remixes of the overdubbed Masters.

Tracks on Volume 3 include; Hurt, Shake A Hand, Promised Land, Heart Of Rome, If You Don't Come Back, For Ol' Time Sake, It's A Matter Of Time, Love Coming Down, Woman Without Love and Moody Blue.

Our Memories of Elvis Volume 3 CD

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