- Aloha from Hawaii
(Deluxe Edition DVD)
superior to any previous home-video version, the huge deluxe
edition of Elvis: Aloha from Hawaii captures over four hours
of footage from the King's historic televised concert from
Elvis Presley Figure "68 Special"
The "King of Rock and Roll" in his classic "68
Special" outfit, done in 12" scale.
Featuring 1,000 questions about the King of Rock
& Roll, the Elvis Trivia Game is custom made for fans
who want to test their knowledge about one of the most legendary
performers of all time. Question cards showcase 200 photos
Presley 25th Anniversary Collector's Edition of the Monopoly
Vie to own the best of Elvis, including Graceland,
"GI Blues" and the '68 Comeback Special. The first
ever Monopoly game dedicated to the Rock n' Roll legend comes
with custom pewter tokens, including Elvis' signature sunglasses
and guitar. Officially licensed by Elvis Presley Enterprises.
A must have for all Elvis fans!
50 Greatest Love Songs
classic Elvis love songs on 2 remastered CDs. It must have
looked great on paper. It's a collection that will appeal
to the Elvis completist, the casual fan and to those who are
suckers for a great romantic ballad. And since it contains
songs of finding love as well as losing it, it should be able
to touch all the bases.
King Of Rock 'N' Roll: The Complete 50's Masters
five-disc set was the first release in BMG's effort to present
Elvis's recorded legacy in a manner befitting the most important
musical artist of his time. The strategy was simple--showcase,
in chronological order, remastered versions of the King's
1950s output, from his sessions with Sam Phillips at Sun Studios
(where they arguably invented the very notion of rock &
roll) through his 1958 Army induction.
Rock & Roll with the Artist of the Century! Relive
the magical moments from the life and career of the man called
the "Artist of the Century". Recall movie songs
and more to collect 5 gold albums and travel back to Graceland
Elvis Hound Dog "1956 Don't Be Cruel"
Hound dog dances to Elvis recorded song. 1956 Don't
Elvis Hound Dog "1956 Heartbreak"
Hound dog dances to Elvis recorded song. 1956 Heartbreak
legend lives on in this image created from the collection
of Alfred Wertheimer, whose camera skillfully captured Elvis
up close and personal in 1956.
Elvis Hound Dog "Suspicious Minds"
dog dances to Elvis recorded song. Suspicious Minds.
Elvis Hound Dog "Trouble"
dog dances to Elvis recorded song "Trouble".
Elvis Hound Dog "1956 Blue Suede Shoes"
dog dances to Elvis recorded song. 1956 BlueSuedeShoes.
Elvis Hound Dog
dog dances to Elvis recorded song Hound Dog.
by Pamela Clarke Keogh
this slim illustrated volume, icon biographer Keogh (Audrey
Style; Jackie Style) presents an homage to Elvis from a unique
perspective, explaining how his inimitable style-not just
the way he dressed, but also the way he spoke and behaved-influenced
the music and the sensibilities of Americans...
by ROBERT GORDON
October 3, 1945, ten-year-old Elvis Presley climbed atop a
chair to reach the microphone and performed the song "Old
Shep" for a crowd of several hundred at the Tupelo fair,
coming in fifth place in the talent contest. Ten years later,
the King created his first full-scale riot after an...
For A King
by Elizabeth McKeon, Ralph Gevirtz, Julie Bandy
than three hundred recipes for foods Elvis enjoyed, many of
them provided by his long-time cook, Alvena Roy. Contains
rare photos and delightful anecdotes and quotations. Illustrated
by Chris Abani
debut novel offers a searing chronicle of a young man's coming
of age in Nigeria during the late 1970s and early 1980s. The
vulnerable, wide-eyed protagonist is Elvis Oke, a young Nigerian
with a penchant for dancing and impersonating the American
rock-and-roll singer he is named after.
by Julie Mundy
Mundy is a freelance writer for music magazines and the author
of The Official Elvis Presley Fan Club Commemorative Album
(Virgin Publishing, 1997). She lives in London.
by Alanna Nash, Billy Smith (Contributor), Marty Lacker (Contributor),
Lamar Fike (Contributor)
Nash has succeeded in creating a portrait of Elvis that gives
new revelations into the heart and soul of the man and his
music...[The book contains] broad, rich strokes of color that
could only come from interviewing those who knew him best...
If you're a fan of Elvis Presley's--as I...
- The '68 Comeback Special (Deluxe Edition DVD)
in conjunction with a two-disc deluxe edition of Elvis: Aloha
from Hawaii, the three-disc deluxe edition of Elvis's '68
Comeback Special is another incredible treasure trove of footage
documenting a high point of the King's career and a milestone
of televised musical performances.
History of Rock and Roll
as an introduction for neophytes and a refresher course for
experts, The History of Rock and Roll is a mammoth and, when
considered on its own terms, frequently successful undertaking.
Sullivan's Rock 'n' Roll Classics Boxed Set
a total of 144 songs (including repeats) and well over 500
minutes of playing time, this massive boxed set, whose nine
discs each contain between 12 and 19 performances, truly is,
as host Ed Sullivan famously said, "a really big show."
With some 20 songs between them, the two most important rock
acts of the 20th century, Elvis Presley and the Beatles, both
of whom received huge career boosts from the Sullivan show
(garnering a reported 80 percent audience share and 70 million
viewers, respectively), are well represented; so are other
genres, like Motown and '60s rock.
'56 - In the Beginning (1987)
1987 documentary is distinguished by both its smart narrative
premise and wonderful performance footage of Elvis Presley
at the dawn of his remarkable career. With the King's melodramatic
life already a familiar subject for film and print biographies,
producer-directors Alan and Susan Raymond instead shaped this
hour-long profile around the year that saw the charismatic
Memphis singer's eruption as a pop sensation. By taking that
selective path, and focusing tightly on Presley's crucial
transition to a major record deal, national media exposure,
and the first decisive steps in his subsequent movie career,
Elvis '56 achieves a unique cohesion while legitimately celebrating
a remarkable period of growth.
LS-3C06 Vegas and Elvis Cartridge for LS-3000 Series Karaoke
System (100 Songs)
place the Leadsinger music cartridge in your karaoke microphone
unit and you're ready to sing scores of new songs.
Kasem's Rock n' Roll Goldmine Boxed Set
Kasem set the standard for radio countdowns with his weekly
American Top 40 show. Now, Casey reaches into the archives
to bring you rare and exciting performances from the 60s'
Elvis Special Edition phone
Dog musical ringer
Gold lamé Elvis doll moves in sync with music
Last number redial
Demo button, mute button
30 #1 Hits [ORIGINAL RECORDING REMASTERED]
1987, RCA released a one-disc Elvis compilation called The
Number One Hits that featured 18 tracks. So how did the label
come up with 12 additional number ones (13 if you count the
sensational "A Little Less Conversation" remix that
brings the King into the 21st century as a bona fide dance/electronica
star)? Well, the '87 compilation featured only Billboard number
ones. "In the Ghetto" and "Burning Love"
never reached the top there, nor did "Way Down,"
despite every copy of that 45 selling out on both sides of
the Atlantic following Presley's 1977 death..
Figure Series 1
King is Back with this outstanding figure from McFarlane!
A great collectible for every Elvis fan!
"Las Vegas" #3 Figure
Don't miss out on McFarlane's exciting version of
Elvis in his famous "Las Vegas" outfit!
Series 2 Figure: "Rockabilly" Early Sixties
Don't miss out on McFarlane's second version of Elvis in his
early 60's "Rockability" outfit!
- The Great Performances Box Set
for a real American idol? Well, look no further. Over the
course of these three marvelous discs (totaling about 160
minutes and over 40 songs, including repeats), we are nearly
overwhelmed by the charm, charisma, and sheer talent that
made Elvis Presley so extraordinarily popular.