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Unchained Melody 2007 Release from the Elvis Dedicated Follow that Dream Label of a 1977 Concert by the King on a Particularly Good Night! Presley Included the

Elvis : Live In Las Vegas : August 26, 1969 : Dinner Show [Stereo] : Elvis Presley FTD CD

Elvis : Live In Las Vegas : August 26, 1969 : Dinner Show [Stereo] : Elvis Presley FTD CD

'That's The Way It Is' Deluxe 2008 release CD Preview - Elvis Information Network

'That's The Way It Is' Deluxe 2008 release CD Preview - Elvis Information Network

Fire Down Below | Feb&Oct  1976, RCA  brought a recording truck to Graceland as a way to shake Elvis out of his growing ambivalence about being in a studio. On what would be the final session date, Oct. 30, the band worked the song up w/their leader and took a break. Instead of putting down his vocals, however, Elvis spent the rest of the night in a playful mood, riding Harleys up and down the driveway.The session came to a halt, "We all split up, and he went up to his bedroom," recalls…

Fire Down Below | Feb&Oct 1976, RCA brought a recording truck to Graceland as a way to shake Elvis out of his growing ambivalence about being in a studio. On what would be the final session date, Oct. 30, the band worked the song up w/their leader and took a break. Instead of putting down his vocals, however, Elvis spent the rest of the night in a playful mood, riding Harleys up and down the driveway.The session came to a halt, "We all split up, and he went up to his bedroom," recalls…

Elvis received 14 Grammy nominations from the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences (NARAS). His three wins were for gospel recordings - the album "How Great Thou Art" (1967), the album "He Touched Me" (1972) and his live Memphis concert recording of the song "How Great Thou Art" (1974). In 1971, NARAS also recognized him with their Lifetime Achievement Award (known then as the Bing Crosby Award in honor of its first recipient). Elvis was 36 years old at the time.

Elvis received 14 Grammy nominations from the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences (NARAS). His three wins were for gospel recordings - the album "How Great Thou Art" (1967), the album "He Touched Me" (1972) and his live Memphis concert recording of the song "How Great Thou Art" (1974). In 1971, NARAS also recognized him with their Lifetime Achievement Award (known then as the Bing Crosby Award in honor of its first recipient). Elvis was 36 years old at the time.

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