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Elvis Presley
G.I. Blues


 

G.I. Blues - EU 2010 - Sony 88697728832 - Elvis Presley CD

 

Release: 1986 RCA R32P-1056    Japan 35 €
Release: 1986 RCA ND83735 Compact Value Series Japan 70 €
         
Release: 1987 BMG ND 83735 Flash Series Germany 25 €
Release: 1988 BMG ND 83735   Germany 20
Release: 1988 BMG 3735-2-R 12 tracks USA 22 €
Release: 1989 BMG SPCD 1032   Australia 22
Release: 1989 BMG R32P-1056   Japan 24 €
Release: 1990 BMG ND 83735 12 tracks Germany 16
Release: 1991 BMG BVCP-2026 12 tracks Japan 22 €
Release: 1991 BMG 3735-2-R 12 tracks USA 18 €
Release: 1991 BMG ND83735 12 tracks Australia 15 €
Release: 1991BMG ND 8373512 tracksGermany 10 €
Release: 1992 BMG 3735-2-R 12 tracks Canada 15 €
Release: 1993BMG ND 8373512 tracksGermany10 €
Release: 1993 BMG 3735-2-R 12 tracks USA 10 €
Release: 1994 BMG 3735-2-R 12 tracks USA 10
Release: 1994 BMG 3735-2-R 12 tracks Brazil 18
Release: 1994BMG ND 8373512 tracksGermany 10 €
Release: 1996BMG PCD1-5196 SHINSHEIDO / 12 tracksJapan30 €
Release: 1999 BMG BG2 3735 Columbia House / 12 tracks USA 30 €
Release: 1999 BMG BG2 3735 Columbia House / 12 tracks Canada 30 €
Release: 2000 BMG BVCM-37089 Paper Sleeve Collection Japan 28 €
Release: 2003 BMG 3735-2-R 12 tracks Brazil 18
 
Release: 2010 Sony A761558 75th Anniversary USA  
Release: 2010 Sony A761561 75th Anniversary USA  
Release: 2010 Sony 88697728832   EU 9 €
Release: 2010Sony 88697728832 Taiwan16 €
Release: 2010Sony 88697728832   Australia15 €
Release: 2010Sony 88697728832   Malaysia18 €

 

Note:
 

This CD was reissued in 1997 with bonus tracks.
From 1988 until 1999 the title comes on some releases with one extra track.
The 2010 reissue has the orginal track list with 11 songs.

See also:
G.I. Blues - Collector's Edition

FTD - G.I. Blues

FTD - Café Europa - G.I. Blues Vol. 2


 

G.I. Blues is the eleventh album by Elvis Presley, released by RCA Victor in mono and stereo, LPM/LSP 2256, in October 1960. It is the soundtrack to the 1960 film of the same name starring Presley. Recording sessions took place on April 27 and 28, and May 6, 1960, at RCA Victor Studio C and Radio Recorders in Hollywood, California. The album topped the Billboard Top Pop Album chart. It was certified Gold on March 13, 1963 and Platinum on March 27, 1992 by the Recording Industry Association of America.

Due to copyright reasons, the European version of the soundtrack album and film substitutes the opening track "Tonight Is So Right for Love" with the song "Tonight's All Right for Love", adapted from a melody by 19th century waltz-king Johann Strauss II, Tales from the Vienna Woods. Interestingly, the melody for "Tonight Is So Right for Love" was taken directly from a barcarolle composed by Jacques Offenbach, one of Strauss's contemporaries. An American release of "Tonight's All Right for Love" did not occur until it appeared on the compilation album Elvis: A Legendary Performer Volume 1 in 1974. The version of "Blue Suede Shoes" used on the soundtrack is a new recording of the song Presley first recorded in 1956. (wikipedia )