(2007/STARZ) NTSC, Color, English, 173 Minns., 5.1, 2.0, Code 1; -Single Disc US Version of DVD 623311- Starring Jonathan Rhys Meyers, Camryn Manheim, Randy Quaid, Robert Patrick, Rose McGowan a.o.
2006/SONY/BMG CUSTOM) 9 tracks 1961-69 / newly remastered. - Elvis´ first Camden release from 1969 hit the Billboard charts with Flaming Star; Wonderful World; Night Life; All I Needed Was the Rain; Too Much Monkey Business (the Chuck Berry classic!); Yellow Rose of Texas/The Eyes of Texas; She´s a Machine; Do the Vega, and Tiger Man. - nicht mehr im Handel!
(1977/BMG) Musikkassette / Music Cassette Original verschweisst / Originally sealed A1 Blue Christmas A2 Silent Night A3 White Christmas A4 Santa Claus Is Back In Town A5 I´ll Be Home For Christmas A6 (There´ll Be) Peace In The Valley (For Me) 3:20 B1 If Every Day Was Like Christmas B2 Here Comes Santa Claus (Down Santa Claus Lane) B3 Oh Little Town Of Bethlehem 2:34 B4 Santa, Bring My Baby Back (To Me) B5 Mama Liked The Roses B6 Take My Hand, Precious Lord
1994 Paperback, 120 Seiten, 14,2 x 12,5 x 0,7 cm, CD Book START YOUR CD BOOKS COLLECTION NOW! Colourful, compact and endlessly informative, this original series of CD-format books covers the hottest, most happening areas of entertainment, from rock stars and movie icons to the latest computer games. ´Before Elvis there was nothing,´ proclaimed John Lennon. Indeed, Elvis Aaron Presley rose from humble beginnings to become the embodiment of the rock ´n´ roll generation - the undisputed King. This book traces the life and career of the country boy who loved to rock, from his early recordings of classics like All Shook Up and Jailhouse Rock to fame on celluloid and the pampered lifestyle and gruelling tours which led eventually to his sad decline. Fully illustrated in colour Complete chronology to date Discography, and chart placings Collectable ´CD size´ format This is a Carlton Book
(2007/starz) Ntsc, Color, English, 173 Minns., 5.1, 2.0, Code 1 -Single Disc US Version of DVD 623311- Starring Jonathan Rhys Meyers, Camryn Manheim, Randy Quaid, Robert Patrick, Rose McGowan a.o.
(Firestar) 18 tracks - Great compilation Ral Donner´s output Ral was born February 10. 1943 in the windy city of Chicago, and was influenced by Jerry Butler, Frank Sinatra and most heavily by Elvis_ At age 14 he formed his first band, the Rockin´ Five In 1958. he started Ral Donner and the Gents. and cut his first demo ´Good Golly Miss Molly,´ In 1959 Ral went solo, and hooked up with Scottie Records in Memphis and recorded ´Tell Me Why´ and ´That´s All Right With Me´ and issued as Ral´s first single, but really didn´t take off. Next stop was Florida where Ral met Jan Hutchins and Prewitt Rose who produced 5 songs from this Florida session, out of this came ´Girl of My Best Friend.´ Rose and Hutchins took the masters to Now York, they eventually leased them to Gone Records. ´Girl of My Best Friend´ took off like a rocket. and landed high on the Billboard charts in 1961 (019). Next it was back to Florida for a follow up single, as well as Ral´s first album ´Talon´ Care of Business.´ This session was produced by Artie Ripp and Steve Alaimo As it turned out, Donner´s second hit ´You Don´t Know What You Got,´ was done almost as an afterthought. His biggest hit. Ral´s next release was ´Please Don´t Go,´ reached 039 on the charts. ´She´s Everything´ came out in time for Christmas, 1961, and provided him with his second hit record (#18 Billboard). Don. ner´s output fell off somewhat during 1962, possibly because he was spending an awful lot of time touring, plus 3 American Band. stand shows. Ral was also busy carrying on a small scale romance with female recording great Linda Scott (´Count Every Star´. ´Don´t Bet Money. Honey,´ etc.) Ral´s live popularity was no doubt enhanced by his many similarities to Presley, and since Presley had given up touring to concentrate on movies, Donner was about as close to the real thing as any fan was going to find Donner had actually met Presley for the first time in September, 1961, and it turned out to be quite a thrilling event for both of them. To Donner´s great sur-prise, Elvis had really admired Ral´s version of ´Girl of My Best Friend,´ and If a mutual admiration society ever existed, it was between Ral and Elvis!! Donner´s brooding and sensual voice was put to good use on his spring, 1962 hit, ´(What a Sad Way) To Love Someone,´ a top-rate ballad. As it turned out, it was to be Donner´s last entry into the Billboard charts, peaking at #74. In Chicago, however, his songs continued to rise into the top ten Not only was ´To Love Someone´ among Ral´s personal favorites among the songs that he recorded, but it also ended up being one of Presley´s favorite Donner songs.
Our third and final installment of a three-part exploration of the career of Elvis Presley takes a look at the final years for the legendary singer who we first became aware of in 1954 when he released his first single ´´That´s Alright Mama´´ on Sun Records. That first single marked the beginning of an astonishing career during which he rose to become the most famous rock and roll star in the world. Friends and associates share their memories of the Elvis that they knew in those years with host Wink Martindale and we hear from Presley himself, who takes a look at his own career. Eventually the world would say goodbye to Presley in August of 1977 when he passed away. His legacy survives and he left an incredible body of work that continues to attract new generations of fans to this day. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Wink Martindale. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/comm/000093/bk_comm_000093_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.