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Elvis Presley 'The '68 Comeback Special' is a newly remastered companion DVD to 'Elvis All-Star Tribute', NBC's upcoming star-studded special, celebrating The King of Rock 'N' Roll's unforgettable 1968 television special. 'The '68 Comeback Special' comprises, as closely as possible, the original television special as NBC would have broadcast it back in 1968. The original special, recorded over several sessions in June 1968, featured Elvis playing the songs that mattered most to him, in his first live performance since 1961. When it aired on December 3, 1968, the special was the week's highest-viewed television program, re-establishing Elvis as a driving force in popular music.
Sony Music have released the 'Elvis '68 Comeback Special' | 50th Anniversary 5 CD / 2 Blu-Ray, 80-page book housed in hardshell slipcase Boxset.
This definitive box-set chronicles the pivotal NBC-TV special that helped Elvis Presley reclaim the title of 'The King Of Rock and Roll'. The original special included spirited 'sit-down' performances with Elvis and original band members Scotty Moore and DJ Fontana plus then-new material, including the classic 'If I Can Dream'. The 5CD/2Blu-Ray box set offers all previously released audiovisual material from the special including rare outtakes, plus deluxe book with rare photos and a newly-compiled oral history of the making of the program. 12" x 12" Deluxe box set. Order now
I'm Saved The year is 1968. After several years of making movies without personal appearances things are about to change. This new release is purely fictional and presents Elvis Presley's Comeback Special in a totally different way; Elvis is hosting his own TV Special and tells his side of the story. Elvis talks about his career, first record and Hollywood. His personal life, tragedies, future plans and God, giving you an intimate look at his life and career in a way only he can. Including rare footage and home movies, original clips from the movies, and some cool vintage commercials from 1968! (Yes, the Big Mac also has its 50th anniversary!) Presented in 'True' widescreen for the first time! Not stretching out Elvis body or face, but all shots individually repaired for the best result!
Sony Music will release a 50th Anniversary 2 Blu-ray 5 CD Boxset of the '68 Comeback Special' in November.
This definitive box-set chronicles the pivotal NBC-TV special that helped Elvis Presley reclaim the title of 'The King Of Rock and Roll'. The original special included spirited 'sit-down' performances with Elvis and original band members Scotty Moore and DJ Fontana plus then-new material, including the classic 'If I Can Dream'. The 5CD/2Blu-Ray box set offers all previously released audiovisual material from the special including rare outtakes, plus deluxe book with rare photos and a newly-compiled oral history of the making.
Elvis Presley | The Searcher will be released on both Blu-ray and DVD (deluxe digibook presentation) in Australia in October. 'The Searcher' is a 2-part, 3 hour HBO documentary on Elvis Presley, one of the most iconic musicians of all time, and follows his musical journey from his childhood to his final recording session in 1976. Featuring over 20 new interviews with Priscilla Presley, Tom Petty, Bruce Springsteen, Emmylou Harris, his former band members and childhood friends.
The filmmakers were given unprecedented access to Graceland and hours of unseen archival video footage and unreleased recordings.
The much-anticipated DVD of Elvis Presley: The Searcher will be released
by Sony Pictures on October 16.
'Elvis and Me' is a mini-series based on Priscilla Presley's best-selling book of the same name. Starring Dale Midkiff as Elvis and Susan Walters as Priscilla, the movie stays true to what Priscilla wrote in conjunction with Sandra Harmon and was a ratings blockbuster when aired on TV over two nights in 1988. While this movie has never seen an official DVD release, we have now an 'escape' well worth catching
... This edition of 'Elvis and Me' is a Numbered, 500 copies only, Limited Edition 2 DVD set in 16.9 aspect ratio. This is the uncut 3-hour +
Miniseries using 2 discs
in order to provide the best quality possible (enough to allow upscaling to 16.9). Includes 2 Hours of excellent bonus documentary film
plus 5 high-quality photos of Elvis Presley
On May 25, SOFA Entertainment/UMe will release newly upgraded from standard definition (720x480, 4x3) to high definition video (1920x1080, 16x9) and digitally enhanced for image clarity and stabilization releases of three Elvis Presley DVD Collections showcasing Elvis' classic performances and fascinating insights about the icon's life and career. The 3 Complete Ed Sullivan Shows Starring Elvis
(2 DVD) | Just Elvis: All His Ed Sullivan Performances
(1 DVD) | Elvis: The Great Performances
Tearing 'Em Up! - The King In Motion Volume 3 from Venus Productions contains 40 minutes of spectacular footage from the November 1971 Tour that is digitally remastered from the original sources and has been professionally synced with the Boston November 10th show. Highlighting this release is a 209 pages hardcover book with loads of rare and unseen pictures of the complete tour! For completeness sake, the Boston November 10th show is also included on CD in perfect Sound Board quality.
Plus as an extra special bonus, included is a free CD to promote the upcoming new CDs in our 'Unedited Masters' series. The CD contains some unreleased tracks ...
'Elvis Presley: The Beginning' DVD will be released April 2018 by S'More Entertainment. Elvis Aaron Presley
was the undisputed King of Rock and Roll
, but long before he earned his title, he was just another nervous 19 year old kid looking to make it in the music business. Together with his more worldly and experienced band mates, Scotty Moore
and Bill Black
, the trio headed out on an unofficial one year tour, driving in a 4,500 mile loop starting in Memphis and stopping for more than 200 one night stands.
Coming from a 1st Generation digital copy of a actual TV Station broadcast tape, (originally used to broadcast 'The Special' in October 1977) and re-mastered frame by frame, the 1977 CBS TV Special
, for the first time ever, is in near perfect quality, and is a very special treat for fans!
Elvis '77 DVD Series consists of 9 DVDs. The contents of the DVDs are;
... The 1977 CBS TV Special
is in perfect quality, a very special treat for fans. For the first time ever, using a 1st Generation digital copy of a TV Station tape, (originally used to broadcast 'The Special' in October 1977) it has been re-mastered frame by frame and now finally, released to fans to watch this in all its glory! Then there are two DVDs with the Omaha June 19 show
from a new tape source with unreleased footage for the first time and the Rapid City June 21st concert
from a new tape source with unreleased footage and near 100% complete for the first time.
The colorized version of 'Jailhouse Rock
' has been released on bootleg DVD. The film has been transferred from the laserdisc release so quality is good. Also, the colorized version of 'Love Me Tender
' been released on bootleg DVD. The film was released in Japan and has Japanese subtitles showing at all times.
In 'Tickle Me' (Region Free Blu-ray)
Elvis Presley plays a singing rodeo cowboy who gets himself a job at a ranch-cum-health farm with an exclusively female clientele. One of the girls has a treasure map leading to a stash of gold hidden in a ghost town. Elvis has to protect her from potential kidnappers.
Region Free Blu-ray release of two of Elvis Presley's movies, Clambake
and Frankie and Johnny
are now available to pre-order at ElvisPresleyShop.com
for a strictly limited time only.
Kid Galahad will be released on Blu-ray with a limited run of only 3000 units on August 15, 2017. The release includes as Special Features: Isolated Music & Effects Track / Original Theatrical Trailer. A musical version of a 1937 boxing picture, Kid Galahad (1962) stars Elvis Presley as a singing boxer managed by a cantankerous promoter (Gig Young) and guided by an amiable trainer (Charles Bronson). Joan Blackman provides the love interest, Lola Albright co-stars, and Edward Asner makes his screen début. The songs include the up-tempo 'I Got Lucky'.
The 'From Kansas City To Sin City
' DVD includes both released and unreleased footage of Elvis in concert in Las Vegas 1973/74 and Kansas City 1974. The material includes matching soundboard audio whenever possible. All footage used for this project were digitally enhanced to achieve best possible picture quality. None of this rare 1973-74 film is marred by a disruptive logo, which would detract from your viewing pleasure.
'The Lost Performances' II is a new 2 DVD set with an additional 2.5 hours of new footage and edits
, to compliment the original DVD release
. A real bonus is the recently found I'm Left You're Right She's Gone
live version, audio only with rare film. Includes newly found fifties footage, UNRELEASED so far as well as actual footage of Elvis singing the song Tonight's All Right For Love
- the European version IMPOSSIBLE to find.
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VV records, presents a 400 copy only CD, DVD and double Vinyl LP box set, : 'Still Wielding The Old Magic!', a limited edition box set housed in a deluxe 350 grams gatefold sleeve that includes:
- a double vinyl edition of the album with the remastered show from Richmond April 10, 1972 - a CD with an unreleased show from Buffalo April 5, 1972 - a DVD with the remastered show from Hampton Road April 09, 1972.
Following volume 1
, the DVD Elvis '68 Special Edition Volume 2 will soon be available for fans. Many years ago, Elvis fans were delighted with videotape
releases containing spectacular outtakes of the famous '68 Comeback Special featuring sensational camera angles and performances of Elvis during one of his finest moments in his career. Over the years since, most of the footage has seen the light of day in various official releases, this DVD series takes the '68 Comeback Special to a whole new level.
Out now is the last volume in the three volumes of the DVD series of Elvis home movies, containing rare & unseen private footage from the 1970s
. For the very first time this 3 DVD set focuses on Elvis, The Man, Off Stage through 3 decades. See Elvis through intimates' moments surrounded by family or friends, through events that marked his life. These 3 volumes
will help you discover Elvis life via rare & unreleased digitally remastered footage. Volume 3 : The Seventies
: The Concert Years, New Challenges, Karate Footage, rare footage such as Elvis walking out of the shop August 1974, and much more. Also including 19 minutes extra bonus footage. Region free, NTSC. Running time: 2 hours 31 minutes.
Elvis Coming Home’ features a mixture with Elvis' songs and videos highlighting the fascinating late-sixties period. Since the first pressing sold out very fast, many Elvis fans missed out on it, so here is your chance to obtain this great release, which now features 5 bonus tracks, the rarest is the 68 medley: During the show NBC used one hand-held camera (ISO cam) to fill in the gaps made during the live control room switch, although the quality is less then we are used to you will get a live experience like never before!, with lots of surprises along the way.
Many years ago, Elvis fans were delighted with videotape releases containing spectacular outakes of the famous '68 Comeback Special featuring sensational camera angles and performances of Elvis during one of his finest moments in his career.
Over the years since, most of the footage has seen the light of day in various official releases. So why then this DVD production? Well, this DVD series takes the '68 Comeback Special to a whole new level, in a fantastic split screen production combining all the available footage and capturing all the excitement - making watching the '68 Comeback Special a whole new experience.
I just had the chance to finish up watching the new DVD release, Elvis : He Didn't Come Back ... We Did. I just love seeing 'That's The Way It Is' material in this kind of quality without the big, annoying 'Property of Turner' text on the screen. The small type on the 'On Tour' material is the way to go and so much less obtrusive. 'Elvis : He Didn't Come Back ... We Did' DVD contains nearly 100 minutes of further outtakes from 'That's The Way It Is' & 'Elvis on Tour' and contains unreleased material from both [as well as some we have had before but with different camera angles] and also for first time in original widescreen.
Elvis: Summer of '56 Deluxe Memorabilia Collection Box Set will be released in April. The set contains a 24-page book covering Elvis' life and carrer with 'extensive photoraphs', movie memorabilia from 1956, and a DVD with the earliest home-movie footage of Elvis at 21. With all this the set tells the story of the cultural and musical icon known as the King of Rock and Roll.
New from 'Star' is the 'Bossa Nova Baby : The Ultimate Party DVD'. This great release includes all 24 (!!) tracks from the European version and some bonuses!
'Hollywood Elvis' Volume 5 DVD features 55 clips from the late sixties, including some rare footage on the set, and hard to find pictures. The bonus section includes some alternate edits and rare outtakes.
Including the following five movies in chronological order: 'Frankie And Johnny', 'Paradise Hawaiian Style', 'Spinout', 'Easy Come, Easy Go' and 'Double Trouble'.
Following the very popular limited edition release on Blu-ray of Follow That Dream
, 'Twilight Time' will release 'Flaming Star
' in November again as a Region Free disc with only 3000 copies available.
Never before have we seen an Elvis Presley concert from the 1950's with sound. Until Now! The DVD Contains recently discovered unreleased film of Elvis performing 6 songs, including Heartbreak Hotel and Don't Be Cruel, live in Tupelo Mississippi 1956. Included we see a live performance of the elusive Long Tall Sally seen here for the first time ever.
+ Plus Bonus DVD Audio.
This is an excellent release no fan should be without it.
The 'parade' footage is good to see as it puts you in the right context with color and b&w footage. The interviews of Elvis' Parents are well worth hearing too. The afternoon show footage is wonderful and electrifying : Here is Elvis in his prime rocking and rolling in front of 11.000 people. Highly recommended.
Tupelo's Own Elvis Presley DVD Video with Sound.