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  2. Blue Hawaii is the fourth soundtrack album by American singer Elvis Presley, released on RCA Victor Records in mono and stereo, LPM/LSP , on October 20, It is the soundtrack to the film of the same name starring Presley.
  3. Bereits veröffentlichte der "Memphis Recording Service" die CD "Blue Hawaii - The Expanded Alternate Album" nebst 40 seitigem Fotoalbum, welches am erneut veröffentlicht tatergecilmafanlabeahercornbusti.coinfo: Blue Hawaii (Take 1FS Take 7M) - Almost Always True (Take 1FS Take 8M) - Aloha Oe (Take 4FS & SPM) - No More (Take 1FS Take 13M) - Cant Help Falling In Love (Take 27FS Take 28FS Take 29M) .
  4. After his return from military service, Elvis Presley's movies, and the soundtracks to them, began taking on a formulaic quality -- the early ones, however, such as G.I. Blues and this release, still had enough interest on the part of the makers and the singer, however, to make them attractive if flawed efforts. In keeping with its setting, Blue Hawaii used a lot of Hawaiian-themed music that Brand: Friday Music.
  5. Elvis Presley: Blue Hawaii - Expanded Alternate Album (/MEMPHIS RECORDING SERVICE) Hardcover Digibook (42 pages), 17x cm, 33 tracks () mostly Stereo. Fantastic Set.
  6. 50,, Elvis Fans Can't Be Wrong (Elvis' Gold Records Volume 2) 2 CD: FTD Special Edition / Classic Album 7" Presentation (Elvis Presley) was $ AUD now $ AUD inc GST AUD.
  7. They are alternate takes of the tracks from the original album, many of which are unavailable elsewhere, not even on the expanded double CD version on the Follow That Dream label which is Sony's Elvis subsidiary label. Musically, the songs here were far from great, but okay/5(21).
  8. Elvis movies never came bigger than Blue Hawaii, the romantic musical comedy whose success helped push Presley into near full-time filmmaking for the bulk of the '60s. Not only was the flick a hit but so was the soundtrack, going Gold by the end of , a success partially fueled by the ballad "Can't Help Falling in Love," a song so good it suggests the rest of the record might contain.
  9. Fifteen years later in June (more than a decade after Elvis’ death), the show was finally issued on CD as The Alternate Aloha. In early , Elvis Presley was performing at one of the highest peaks of his career, and ALOHA FROM HAWAII VIA SATELLITE is proof positive of that.

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