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Elvis in Nashville


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  • Audio CD (4 April 1990)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Bmg Music
  • ASIN: B000008JKF
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 477,948 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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a must-have for any Elvis fan 17 Oct 2012
By Matthew G. Sherwin - Published on Amazon.com
Elvis Presley recorded roughly 250 songs in Nashville; this album contains just a few of the gems he recorded there between 1956 and 1971. The King is in excellent form on all of these tracks; there's not a bad cut in the lot. The quality of the sound is top-notch and I like the artwork, too.

"I Got a Woman," a Ray Charles number, is absolutely electric with Elvis playing guitar so well; this has a great beat even for dancing and it's a fine start for the album. "A Big Hunk O' Love" has an amazing early Nashville/country/rock sound and Elvis sings this really well--it's another great tune for dancing, too! "Working on the Building" has a spiritual/gospel flavor as The Jordanaires and Millie Kirkham do backup vocals for Elvis--not that Elvis Presley ever needed backup; but they do sound pretty good. "Judy" gets the royal treatment from Elvis and "Anything That's Part of You" is easy on the ear even though the song is very melancholy. "Night Rider" switches back to a relatively early country/rock type of song; Elvis performs this as effortlessly as if it were mere breathing and I'm very impressed. "Where No One Stands Alone" is another number on which Elvis gets backup from The Jordanaires, this time with The Imperial Quartet, Dolores Edgin and June Page and Millie Kirkham; "Where No One Stands Alone" is very poignant. Elvis delivers this with panache, too!

"Just Call Me Lonesome" is striking; Elvis sings this sad, sad song with all his heart and soul. "Guitar Man" yet again features Elvis singing squarely in the spotlight and his guitar playing on this track is some of the best I've ever heard. "Little Cabin Home on the Hill" is another excellent number even though the lyrics aren't all that happy while both "It's Your Baby, You Rock It" and "Early Mornin' Rain" have a fine female chorus backup even though Elvis Presley's talent always carried him through without any backup help at all. Elvis then delivers "It's Still Here" very well; when I listen to this song I can tell Elvis had a natural ability to deliver a poignant ballad and make it very special. The album ends with Elvis Presley performing "I, John" with The Imperials, Millie Kirkham, June Page and Sonja Montgomery.

Elvis Presley was an incredibly great artist whose music "transformed the field of popular music and had a huge effect on the broader scope of popular culture." While he passed away all too young, he lives on through his music and his other work including movies and recorded television appearances on DVD. This CD is a must-have for any Elvis Presley fan; they will not be disappointed!
Will knock your socks off 20 Nov 2010
By G. Binda - Published on Amazon.com
So many Elvis classics get so much air play you forget there is a ton of other stuff the man recorded that rarely gets aired. It's easy to assume such recordings are not as good as the classics, but you just have to listen to this CD once and know that's a wrong assumption. Every track is a great listen. Some, like A Big Hunk of Love and Guitar Man, should be familar to most fans of pop music. But what gives this CD a Five Star rating are three buried treasures: Little Cabin Home on the Hill, It's Still Here, and Where No One Stands Alone. They will make you tap your toes and/or tear your guts out. I'm just amazed at how the man could put so much feeling into these songs and still produce such high quality recordings.
Elvis CD 21 Aug 2012
By Beth Alexander - Published on Amazon.com
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How can you go wrong with Elvis! I mainly got the CD for my mother who loves Nashville and Elvis and it contained both in the title of the CD. Worked out great.
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