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Good Rockin' Tonight

Elvis Presley Audio CD

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(2009/ROCKABILLY) 6 tracks album with cardboard cube box.Medium 1
  1. That's All Right, Mama
  2. Baby Let's Play House
  3. Good Rockin' Tonight
  4. Maybellene
  5. Blue Moon Of Kentucky
  6. Tweedle Dee

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4.0 out of 5 stars Interesting "Remixes" 9 Mar 2009
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Format:Audio CD
This CD was originally released with the "Concert Anthology" release. It features "remixes" with some former members of the Stray Cats playing along with six of Elvis' early live performances from the 1950's. The result is interesting and makes one wish that Elvis had lived long enough to have a real jam session with the Stray Cats (of course if he had, The Colonel never would have allowed such a session). Most of the tracks sound pretty good. "Good Rockin Tonight" sounds like Elvis is singing through a megaphone, which is not a bad effect but takes a listen or two to get used too. They did not do a very good job of melding the old and new recordings on "Tweedle Dee" because it is obvious when they turn on and off the original recording. The others are not as obvious.
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