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JohanD
post Jun 21 2008, 11:44 AM
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Released as a follow up for volume one this one is a bit harder to get.
The tracks are all from the "His hand in mine" sessions.
Elvis his voice is close to perfection,an angel like.
And altough the sound is nice,the cover good,these kind of recordings are covered many times by FTD or other imports.
Nice to have,but no more then that.
For completist only,altough it's a pleasant listening cd...
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post Jun 21 2008, 11:51 AM
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Although you're right Johan, I think the same goes for almost all of the 60's sessions. Only the 'Guitar Man' and the 'US Male' sessions need to be released in excellent sound by either FTD or bootleggers.

Love Elvis's 60's output more and more !


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post Jun 21 2008, 12:07 PM
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QUOTE (stefan @ Jun 21 2008, 11:51 AM) *
Although you're right Johan, I think the same goes for almost all of the 60's sessions. Only the 'Guitar Man' and the 'US Male' sessions need to be released in excellent sound by either FTD or bootleggers.

Love Elvis's 60's output more and more !


You are so right about those late 60's recordings my friend!!
Other then the handfull of tracks on FTD,the few imports always sound so "dolby" like,no sharpness in it.


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