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ELVIS ON TELEVISION 1956-1960: THE COMPLETE SOUND RECORDINGS (2CD+100 PAGE BOOK)

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ELVIS ON TELEVISION 1956-1960: THE COMPLETE SOUND RECORDINGS (2CD+100 PAGE BOOK)
Label: MEMPHIS RECORDING

Celebrating 60 anniversary years of Elvis Presley’s first appearance on television in 1956. These tracks contain the complete archival sound recordings of Elvis’ appearances from 1956-60. Fans who have enjoyed our previous restoration techniques will be pleased to know that they have now been applied these historical television soundtrack recordings. For the first time ever, these tracks been restored and remastered containing all song tracks, comedy sketch routines, interviews and a duet with Frank Sinatra.
 
The 100-page book is a chronological photo journey following Elvis from the very first in 1956, to his appearance on The Frank Sinatra show in 1960. It contains liner notes accompanied by many rare and new unpublished photographs.

CD1 
THE DORSEY BROTHERS – STAGE SHOW (CBS)
CBS STUDIO - New York, New York
28th Jan 1956
1. Stage Show 1 Introduction & Bill Randle Introduces Elvis Presley  
2. Shake Rattle & Roll/Flip Flop & Fly
3. I Got A Woman
4th Feb 1956 
4. Stage Show 2 Introduction 
5. Baby Let's Play House
6. Tutti Frutti
11th Feb 1956 
7. Stage Show 3 Introduction        
8. Blue Suede Shoes
9. Heartbreak Hotel (with Stage Show Orchestra)
18th Feb 1956 
10. Stage Show 4 Introduction        
11. Tutti Frutti       
12. I Was The One     
17th March 1956  
13. Stage Show 5 Introduction
14. Blue Suede Shoes
15. Heartbreak Hotel
24th March 1956 
16. Stage Show 6 Introduction        
17. Money Honey
18. Heartbreak Hotel
THE MILTON BERLE SHOW (NBC)
USS HANCOCK -  San Diego, California
3rd April 1956
19. Introduction of Milton Berle Show 1 & Shake Rattle And Roll (In Part)
20. Milton Berle Introduces Elvis Presley 1
21. Heartbreak Hotel
22. Blue Suede Shoes
23. Milton Berle & Elvis Presley Comedy Sketch
24. Blue Suede Shoes (Reprise)
NBC STUDIO – Hollywood, California
5th June 1956
25. Introduction of Milton Berle Show 2 
26. Hound Dog
27. Milton Berle & Elvis Presley & Debra Paget Comedy Sketch
28. Milton Berle Introduces Elvis Presley 2
29. I Want You I Need You I Love You
30. Milton Berle Presents Elvis Billboard Award
WINK MARTINDALE – TOP TEN DANCE PARTY (WHBQ TV)
LOCAL TV NETWORK - Memphis, Tennessee
16th June 1956
31. Wink Martindale Interviews Elvis Presley & Dewey Phillips singing Money Honey


CD2
THE STEVE ALLEN SHOW (NBC)
Hudson Theater, New York, New York
1st July 1956
1. Introduction/Dialogue with Steve Allen    
2. I Want You I Need You I Love You
3. Hound Dog
4. Yippee Yi Yo Yippee Yi Yay - Comedy Routine with Steve Allen, Elvis Presley, Imogene Coca & Andy Griffith
HY GARDNER (NBC)
New York, New York
1st July 1956  
5. Calling Elvis – Interview
THE ED SULLIVAN SHOW (CBS)
CBS Studio, Los Angeles, California
9th September 1956
6. Introduction and Charles Laughton Introduces Elvis
7. Don't Be Cruel
8. Love Me Tender
9. Ready Teddy
10. Hound Dog
Maxine Elliot Theater, New York, New York
28th October 1956
11. Introduction Ed Sullivan      
12. Don't Be Cruel     
13. Introduction Ed Sullivan      
14. Love Me Tender     
15. Introduction Ed Sullivan      
16. Love Me      
17. Hound Dog     
18. Elvis Talks Farewell      
Maxine Elliot Theater, New York, New York
6th January 1957
19. Ed Sullivan Introduction      
20. Hound Dog     
21. Love Me Tender     
22. Heartbreak Hotel    
23. Don't Be Cruel    
24. Too Much     
25. Elvis Talks       
26. When My Blue Moon Turns To Gold Again 
27. Ed Sullivan Speaks      
28. (There’ll Be) Peace In The Valley   
29. Ed Sullivan Farewells Elvis     
THE FRANK SINATRA SHOW (ABC)
Fountainbleau Hotel, Miami, Florida
26th March 1960 (Video Taped) / 12th May 1960 (Air Date)
30. It's Very Nice to Travelling - with Frank & Nancy Sinatra, Joey Bishop & Sammy Davis Jnr
31. Fame & Fortune
32. Stuck On You
33. Frank Sinatra and Joey Bishop talk to Elvis
34. Medley - Witchcraft/Love Me Tender - with Frank Sinatra
35. Love Me Tender Reprise - with Frank Sinatra
36. Frank Sinatra and Nancy Sinatra Farewells Elvis