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Love Letters From Elvis


Love Letters From Elvis - Elvis Presley CD

Release: 1988 BMG ND 89011 Flash Series Germany 25 €
Release: 1988 BMG ND 89011   Germany 20
Release: 1988 BMG ND 89011   Hong Kong 25 €
Release: 1990 BMG ND 89011   Germany 15 €
Release: 1991 BMG ND 89011   Australia 18 €
Release: 1991 BMG BVCP-2025   Japan 25 €
Release: 1992 BMG 07863-54350-2   USA 14 €
Release: 1992 BMG 07863-54350-2 Longbox USA 25
Release: 1992 BMG 07863-54350-2   Canada 18 €
Release: 1993 BMG ND 89011   Germany 14 €
Release: 1994BMG ND 89011 Germany14 €
Release: 1995BMG ND 89011Elvis 77~97Germany14 €
Release: 1997BMG ND 89011  Philippines  
Release: 1998BMG ND 89011  Thailand 
Release: 1999BMG ND 89011Artist of the Century Germany14 €
Release: 1999 BMG BVCM 35031 K2 mastering Japan 22 €
Release: 2013 Sony 74321906382   UK 10 €


Reissued in the year 2012 as part of Elvis Country - Legacy Edition

See also the Follow That Dream CD "
Love Letters"


Love Letters from Elvis is the twelfth studio album by Elvis Presley, released in 1971.

The album was made up of leftovers from Elvis' marathon June 1970 recording sessions in Nashville. Most of the other 35 songs recorded during those sessions had been used in Elvis' 1970 albums That's the Way It Is and Elvis Country (I'm 10,000 Years Old). Wanting to squeeze out a third album from the sessions, RCA records had producer Felton Jarvis mix, overdub and compile the remaining songs. The album was critically panned upon release, and failed to crack the top 20 of the Billboard album charts but did reach #12 on the US Top Country Albums chart and #7 on the UK best-selling albums chart.

The song's title track was a rare instance of Presley re-recording a past hit in the studio, his original version of "Love Letters" having been released as a single in 1966. "Got My Mojo Working" is edited down from an impromptu jam session.

Three songs from this album were released on singles. The single "Life / Only Believe" was released in March 1971 and reached only #53 on the US Billboard Singles chart. It was Elvis's lowest chart position for a single since "Almost in Love" had reached #95 in late 1968. "Heart Of Rome" was placed on the B-side of the non-album track "I'm Leavin'" released as a single in August 1971 it reached #23 in the UK and #83 in Australia. (wikipedia )