Elvis in 1956, the year of his global break through - ok the original album (and obviously this one)included the left-overs from Sun too, including the great 'Trying To Get To You, the unique intrepretation of 'Blue Moon', the haunting 'I'll Never Let You Go' (ruined to some degree by the change in tempo at the end) and arguably the two weakest Sun recordings of I Love You Becuase and 'Just Because'. But its the recordings from the first four RCA sessions which make this essential for any fan of rock and pop music. Yes, everyone has them a hundred times but the sound quality is superb, plus the bonus of out-takes of the utterly brilliant 'Lawdy Miss Clawdy'and 'Heartbreak Hotel'. Notwithstanding the sheer greatness of 'Heartbreak Hotel' and 'Money Honey', the real highlights are from the two New York sessions, which thankfully unlike the first meant no Speers or Stoker. 'Blue Suede Shoes', Lawdy Miss Clawdy'and 'My Baby Left Me' - what can you say other than the work of a true genius.