ALWAYS ELVIS STUDIO E
Although there are many fans that are familiar with Elvis recordings there are some fans that have not had the opportunity to learn about recordings beyond the Elvis hits. Always Elvis has created a section called Studio E (yes, E for Elvis) that will provide insight on Elvis in the recording studio from his early days at Sun Studio and throughout his career at RCA.
For those part of our upcoming ‘Always Elvis Pure Gold’ program we will include full bonus website content including a Studio ‘E’ digital songbook that will include photos, lyrics information and more regarding Elvis recordings.
As a preview of what’s ahead in 2019 for those participating in Always Elvis Pure Gold and the connection to the Studio E program we have included a Christmas Preview below featuring the 1957 Elvis Christmas Album. Don’t forget to download the Always Elvis Studio E Songbook- Volume 1 Christmas Promo that include lyrics, photos and more information about the album.
Starting January 2019 and monthly thereafter, Studio E will feature a compilation of Elvis recording information. We hope to bridge the gap between the avid Elvis collector and other fans that are looking to learn about the Elvis catalog.
ALWAYS ELVIS VIDEO MUSIC & MIXES
Always Elvis creates a mix of ‘No More’ from the movie Blue Hawaii along with a track from Elvis Aloha From Hawaii.
Always Elvis Studio E lyric video of Elvis first recording ‘My Happiness’ including rare photos. My Happiness is available on several releases including ‘A Boy From Tupelo: The Complete 1953 - 55 Recordings’
Elvis recorded 'Just For Old Time Sake' on March 18, 1962 at RCA Studio B in Nashville for the album 'Pot Luck'. The song was written by Roy Bennett and Sid Tippett.
We took some of Elvis' performances of Blue Suede Shoes and mixed them together to make 'The Go Cat Go Mix'
Always Elvis takes recordings of ‘Heartbreak Hotel’ from the early year to the later concert performances to create the ‘Lonely Street Mix’ mashup.
Recordings of ‘Don’t Be Cruel’ from the early year to the later concert performances to create the ‘Hearts That True’ mashup.
Elvis often performed ‘Teddy Bear’ and ‘Don’t Be Cruel’ as a medley during his 1970s concert performances. Always Elvis uses these two songs in a mix of Elvis performances from the early years to concert years.
Website information and audio provided for educational purposes only. To purchase Elvis Presley recordings visit ShopElvis.com