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The Wonder Of You presents the iconic artist’s unmistakable voice and most dramatic original performances augmented with lush new orchestral accompaniment.
Recorded at Abbey Road Studios in London with acclaimed producers Don Reedman and Nick Patrick, the album spans a variety of musical styles that Elvis embraced, from rock and gospel to country and ballads.
Featuring beloved Presley classics along with several surprises, standout tracks include a sultry new version of “A Big Hunk O’ Love,” the glorious “Amazing Grace,” the heartfelt emotion of “Kentucky Rain” and a stunning new take on the classic “Always On My Mind.”
Elvis Presley had a multitude of hits on his roster that became synonymous with both his voice and his name, and firmly ensconced somewhere at the top of that list would have to be his heartfelt delivery of "Blue Christmas." On this Christmas collection of the same name, Presley's gospel influence, as well as his role as a swoon machine, dictate the material. Songs like the title track and "I'll Be Home for Christmas" might not have the same impact now as they did in the days of life during wartime, but Presley's voice can still elicit an ache or two with its delivery. Despite the fact that some viewed him as a sexual threat, there was often an innocence in his songs. That innocence shows nicely in "Winter Wonderland," while "O Come All Ye Faithful" is Elvis at his holiday best. Blue Christmas is probably the best of Presley's offerings of the season. --Steve Gdula
In 1956 the young Elvis Presley appeared on the popular 'Milton Berle Show'. As well as performing 'Shake Rattle and Roll', 'Heartbreak Hotel' and 'Blue Suede Shoes', Elvis appeared in a comedy skit with Berle. Also appearing in the show was comedian Arnold Stang together with Esther Williams, with music provided by the Harry James Orchestra, featuring Buddy Rich.
How Great Thou Art is a album by Elvis Presley; it was his first non-soundtrack album recording of new material since 1962's Pot Luck and his first album release not to include any soundtrack recordings since His Hand in Mine (1960). How Great Thou Art was Presley's second full-length gospel LP and won a Grammy Award in 1967 in the Best Sacred Performance category . The album reached #18 on Billboard album charts.
Documentary exploring the private life of the King of Rock 'n' Roll, presented by his family, and with fully authorised access to the archives of the Elvis Presley estate. Includes extensive interviews with Priscilla and Lisa Marie Presley, as well as rare concert footage of Elvis in action.
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