The All American Boy
All Shook Up (including count-in)
Donít (including count-in)
My Wish Came True (including count-in)
Donít Leave Me Now (02/1957, including count-in)
Treat Me Nice (including count-in)
Thatís When Your Heartaches Begin (1957)
Old Shep (take 5)
Blue Suede Shoes (movie version 1960, including count-in)
Rip It Up (take 18 + master)
Thatís When Your Heartaches Begin (1956 - Informal recording)
Are You Lonesome Tonight?
Thatís When Your Heartaches Begin (1953 - demo recording)
All About The All-American Boy
All About Elvis (interview with P.Q. Rock ĎNí Roll - Milt Oshins) Part 1
All About Elvis (interview with P.Q. Rock ĎNí Roll - Milt Oshins) Part 2
This Was Your Life, Elvis Presley Sid Lawrence - Part 1 & 2 (1957)
Dear Elvis - With love from Audrey (1956)
My Boy Elvis (by Janis Martin, 1956)
Hey, Mr. Presley (by Pete Debree, 1958)
The Elvis Blues (by Otto Bash, 1956)
Yes, Iím Lonesome Tonight (by Dodie Stevens, 1960)
Dear 5 3 3 1 0 7 6 1 (by The Threeteens, 1958)
The All-American Boy (by Bobby Bare, 1959)
"All-American Boy" represents Elvis Presley from the early years, with
recordings from 1953 to 1960, including alternate takes and original masters
complete with studio banter. Also included are 3 different versions from the
song "That's When Your Heartaches Begin" from 1953, 1956 and 1957.
This album also contains great to hear and rare Elvis tribute songs and
recordings from "break-in" records from the fifties and sixties. Plus an answer
song ("Yes, "I'm Lonesome Tonight") to "Are You Lonesome Tonight?" from 1960. A
nice collection from and about The All-American Boy... Including a 12 pages
booklet with photos and recording information, with the history of "break-in"
Not a typical fanclub CD. This title was released under
the ELVISONE label and were sold for commercial reasons by the EFE shop
Formally it is an illegal publication, because the copyright
laws has been changed. (imo).
Listed here only to complete the section .