March 22 - All The King's Vinyl Horses

Due for release from Regnery History on August 17, 2017 is the 200 page book "All The King's Horses: The Equestrian Life Of Elvis Presley" by Kimberly Gatto and Victoria Racimo. Priscilla Presley wrote the pre-face.

From the publisher:
"When Elvis Presley decided he wanted to buy a horse in 1966, he didn't want just any horse. "He wanted a Golden Palomino," Priscilla Presley remembers. "He would get up at 3:00 in the morning, go to certain farms and ranches and say, 'Do you have a Golden Palomino for sale?' People would say, 'That was Elvis Presley!"

Elvis's legendary love of horses drove him to find the Golden Palomino who would become his beloved companion Rising Sun, and to fill Graceland's stables and Circle G Ranch with horses for family and friends to ride.

In the first-ever book dedicated to Elvis's equestrian side, horse lovers Kimberly Gatto and Victoria Racimo share rare stories, interviews, and photographs that shed light on the beautiful, quiet life the King lived when he was with his horses."

Record Store Day

The movie soundtrack "Blue Hawaii" and "Pot Luck" album will be re-issued on colored vinyl for Record Store Day by the French VPI label. The albums are not featured on the official releases overview, so probably a public domain initiative. Both releases are limited editions of 1000 copies each. "Blue Hawaii" on blue vinyl, "Pot Luck" on yellow vinyl.

Tracks Blue Hawaii
Side A 1.  Blue Hawaii  (Takes 2 & 3) 2.  Almost Always True  (Takes 4 & 5) 3.  Aloha Oe (Master  The Surfers + Take 6 Elvis)  4.  No More (Take 8) 5.  Can’t Help Falling in Love (Take 24, version film) 6.  Rock-A-Hula Baby (Takes 2 & 3) 7.  Moonlight Swim (Takes 1 & 2) 

Side B 8. Ku-u-i-po (Takes 4 & 5) 9. Ito Eats (Takes 4 & 5) 10. Slicin’ Sand (Takes 13 & 14) 11 Hawaiian Sunset (Take 2) 12. Beach Boy Blues  (Take 3, version film) 13. Island Of Love (Take 9) 14. Hawaiian Wedding Song (Take 1)

Tracks Pot Luck
Side A 1.  Kiss Me Quick (Take 4) 2.  Just For Old Time Sake (Takes 3 & 4) 3.  Gonna Get Back Home Somehow (Take 5) 4.  Easy Question (Such An) (Take 3) 5.  Steppin’ Out Of Line  (Take 15)* 6.  I’m Yours (Take 4)
Side B 7.  Something Blue  (Takes 3 & 4) 8. Suspicion (Take 2) 9. I Feel That I’ve Known You   Forever (Take 3) 11. Night Rider (Takes 1 & 2) 12. Fountain of Love (Take 9) 13. T hat’s Someone  You Never Forget (Take 7)

Elvis On Television 1956 - 1960

The Memphis Recording Service label will release "Elvis On Television 1956 - 1960" on vinyl on March 22, 2017 for Record Store Day. This 180 gram 2LP set contains for the first time ever, the complete archival sound recordings of all of Elvis Presley’s television appearances from 1956 – 1960. All the 40 tracks herein are restored re-mastered using the most sophisticated technology. The bonus 24-page gatefold photo album contains many rare photographs with listings of Elvis’ TV appearance dates.

LP 1 - The Dorsey Brothers Stage Show (28.01.1956):
Shake Rattle And Roll / Flip Flop And Fly - I Got A Woman

The Dorsey Brothers Stage Show (04.02.1956):
Baby Let's Play House - Tutti Frutti

The Dorsey Brothers Stage Show (11.02.1956):
Introduction - Blue Suede Shoes - Heartbreak Hotel (With Orchestra)

The Dorsey Brothers Stage Show (18.02.1956):
Tutti Frutti - I Was The One

The Dorsey Brothers Stage Show (17.03.1956):
Blue Suede Shoes - Heartbreak Hotel

The Dorsey Brothers Stage Show (24.03.1956):
Money Honey - Heartbreak Hotel

The Milton Berle Show (03.04.1956):
Heartbreak Hotel - Blue Suede Shoes - Blue Suede Shoes (Reprise)

The Milton Berle Show (05.06.1956):
Hound Dog - I Want You I Need You I Love You

The Steve Allen Show (01.07.1956):
I Want You I Need You I Love You - Hound Dog - Yippee Yi Yo Yippee Yi Yay (Comedy Routine With Steve Allen, Elvis Presley, Imogene Coca & Andy Griffith)

LP 2 - The Ed Sullivan Show (09.09.1956):
Don't Be Cruel - Love Me Tender - Ready Teddy - Hound Dog

The Ed Sullivan Show (28.10.1956):
Don't Be Cruel - Love Me Tender - Love Me - Hound Dog

The Ed Sullivan Show (06.01.1957):
Hound Dog - Love Me Tender - Heartbreak Hotel - Don't Be Cruel - Too Much - When My Blue Moon Turns To Gold Again - (There'll Be) Peace In The Valley

The Frank Sinatra Show (26.03.1960):

It's Very Nice to Travelling (With Frank & Nancy Sinatra, Joey Bishop & Sammy Davis Jr.) - Fame And Fortune - Stuck On You - Witchcraft / Love Me Tender (With Frank Sinatra) - Love Me Tender (Reprise With Frank Sinatra)

Charts

The US Billboard Charts for the week ending April 1, 2017.
  • The 'The Wonder Of You' album dropped from #5 to #8 on the UB Billboard Classical Album chart. 
  • The 'If I Can Dream' album dropped from #15 to #18 on the Classical Album chart. 
  • 'Elvis: Ultimate Gospel' drops from #5 to #8 on the Country Catalog Albums Chart; remains at #30 on the Top Christian Albums Chart and remains at #32 on the Top Christian And Gospel Albums Chart
(Source: Elvis Club Berlin / Brian Quinn on FECC / Memphis Recording Service)

March 20 - Rock And Beauty

The SR import-label announced that the content of the "Rock and Beauty" release will be changed due to "technical" problems. The unreleased concert of August 24, 1971 Dinner Show performance will replace the scheduled August 19, 1971 Midnight Show performance for the upcoming "Rock And Beauty" release. 

Tracks Unreleased show August 24, 1971 Dinner Show:

01. 2001 Theme/Intro 02. That’s All Right 03. Proud Mary 04. Sweet Caroline 05. Polk Salad Annie 06. Johnny B Goode 07. It’s Impossible 08. Love Me 09. Blue Suede Shoes/ Whole Lotta Shakin’ Goin’ On 10. Heartbreak Hotel 11. Teddy Bear /Don’t Be Cruel 12. Hound Dog 13. Love Me Tender 14. I’m Leavin’ 15. Suspicious Minds 16. Band Introductions 17. Mystery Train/Tiger Man 18. Can’t Help Falling In Love 19. Closing Vamp (running-time 45 minutes).

Elvis In Concert - Live On Screen 2017


2017 looks set to be another vintage year for fans of the King! Following the sellout British arena tour last year and the No.1 multi-platinum album The Wonder Of You, Elvis returns to the UK for a live concert experience like no other, featuring the most recognisable voice of all time, backed by the legendary Royal Philharmonic Concert Orchestra


The six date UK arena tour kicks off in Glasgow at the SSE Hydro on November 23rd, taking in Leeds First Direct Arena (24th), Newcastle First Direct Arena (25th), Birmingham Genting Arena (27th), Manchester Arena (28th), with the finale at London’s O2 Arena on November 30th.


Last year’s run gained critical applause – the Yorkshire Evening Post commented “Elvis may have left the building but his legacy very much goes marching on”, with the Birmingham Mail observing how the RPCO “played a blinder to authenticate Elvis’s back catalogue”, with The Spectator stating “the technical achievement was remarkable”.


The Lancashire Telegraph simply put it – “By the end, the show left no-one in any doubt. Elvis is and always will be the king of rock and roll – and so much more besides”.


Featuring a very special personal appearance by Priscilla Presley, the shows will once again give fans a chance that many have never had before – to experience the man who changed the course of popular music. Up close live on screen, the biggest selling solo artist in history (having sold an astonishing one billion records world wide), alongside the RPCO live on stage performing the King of Rock and Roll’s most well-known “rocking” songs and his tender, heart-wrenching ballads.


The critically acclaimed albums, If I Can Dream and The Wonder Of You, used archive recordings of “The King’s” voice featuring new orchestral arrangements of some of his biggest hits, to create an overwhelmingly encapsulating and enthralling album. The latter was Elvis’ 13th No.1 album in the UK!


If I Can Dream and The Wonder Of You were produced by Executive Producer, Don Reedman, Priscilla Presley and Elvis Presley Enterprises. Priscilla Presley will be also be making a very special appearance at the arena shows. 


These shows will be a musical celebration of the legend for whom superlatives weren’t enough and who continues to break records.


Tour Dates:

November 23 Glasgow SSE Hydro
November 24 Leeds First Direct Arena
November 25 Newcastle First Direct Arena
November 27 Birmingham Genting Arena
November 28 Manchester Arena
November 30 London O2 Arena

(Source: FECC / SR label / Ticketline)

March 18 - Chuck Berry Died

Chuck Berry, the singer, songwriter and guitar great who practically defined rock music with his impeccably twangy hits “Maybellene,” “Roll Over Beethoven,” “Memphis,” “My Ding-a-Ling” and “Sweet Little Sixteen,” has died. He was 90.

St. Charles County police responded to a call placed at around 12:40 p.m. local time on Saturday. They arrived on the scene where Berry was found unresponsive. He was pronounced dead at 1:26 p.m., according to the police department.

Berry's core repertoire was some three dozen songs, his influence incalculable, from the Beatles and the Rolling Stones to virtually any group from garage band to arena act that called itself rock 'n roll. While Elvis Presley gave rock its libidinous, hip-shaking image, Berry was the auteur, setting the template for a new sound and way of life. Well before the rise of Bob Dylan, Berry wedded social commentary to the beat and rush of popular music.

Elvis Presley recorded "Maybellene", "Memphis, Tennessee", "Johnny B. Goode", "Promised Land," and "Too Much Monkey Business". "Brown Eyed Handsome Man" was part of the Million Dollar jamsession. Elvis Presley performed "School Day" in concert  and based his recording of "Merry Christmas Baby" on Berry's version.

The singer/songwriter, whose classic “Johnny B. Goode” was chosen by Carl Sagan to be included on the golden record of Earth Sounds and Music launched with Voyager in 1977, died Saturday afternoon, St. Charles County Police Department confirmed. The cause of death was not revealed. 


During his 60-plus years in show business, Berry in 1986 became one of the first inductees into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. He entered The Blues Foundation’s Blues Hall of Fame in ’85 and that year also received a Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award. 

He performed in 1979 for President Jimmy Carter at the White House, landed at No. 6 on Rolling Stone’s list of the “100 Greatest Guitarists of All Time” and trademarked his stage showmanship with his famous “duck walk.”  

John Lennon once said, “If you tried to give rock and roll another name, you might call it ‘Chuck Berry.’” He paved the way for such music legends as the Rolling Stones, the Beatles, the Beach Boys, the Band, Jimi Hendrix, David Bowie, Eric Clapton, AC/DC, Sex Pistols and Jerry Lee Lewis, among many others. 

Keith Richards of the Stones, a big fan, said, “Chuck Berry always was the epitome of rhythm and blues playing, rock ’n’ roll playing. It was beautiful and effortless, and his timing was perfection. He is rhythm supreme. He plays that lovely double-string stuff, which I got down a long time ago but I’m still getting the hang of. Later I realized why he played that way — because of the sheer physical size of the guy. I mean, he makes one of those big Gibsons look like a ukulele!”.

(Source: Billboard / Variety)

March 17 - Spliced Bootleg Bootlegged

The first two original Elvis Presley albums will be re-issued once more. Sony Music Switzerland coupled the two classic albums and will release this 24 tracks set on March 24 in Germany, Swiss and Austria. 

Bootlegged

The four "Spliced Takes" import-releases from the CMT label have been bootlegged by the Rock ´n´ Roll Majesty label. It features the CD's Nashville, Holywood, T-R-O-U-B-L-E and Snowbird. 

CD 1 - Nashville:

Ain't That Loving You Baby (Alternate Master) - I Need Your Love Tonight Spliced (Take 6, 7, 13) - I'm Coming Home (Spliced Take 5, 4) - The Girl of My Best Friend (Spliced Take2, 3) - Never Ending (Spliced Take 2, 3, 3) - The Girl Next Door Went A Walkin' (Spliced Take 2, 3, 3, 3) - Fame And Fortune (Spliced Take 4, 2) - Fountain Of Love (Spliced Take 4, 6) - In My Fathers House (Spliced Take 3, 4, 6, 7) - I Gotta Know (Alternate Master) - Finders Keepers, Losers Weepers (Spliced Take 2, 3) - Little Sister (Spliced Take 7, 9) - Suspicion -Spliced (Take5 / Working Part 3) - I'm Yours (Alternate Master) - Fever (Alternate Master) - Make Me Know It (Spliced Take 2, 3) - Surrender (Spliced Take 3, 6) - Such A Night (Spliced Take 4, 1) - Are You Lonesome Tonight (Alternate Master) - Echoes Of Love (Spliced Take 4, 5, 3) - Judy (Spliced Take 2, 3, 7) - You Don't Know Me (Spliced Take 7, 10) - Guitar Man / What'd I Say (Spliced Take 1, 5, 10, 12, 10) - Stay Away (Spliced Take 12, 14) - Mine (Spliced Take 3, 4) - Run On (Spliced Take 5, 4, 6) - Where No One Stands Alone (Spliced Take 3 / Working Part 3) - Crying In The Chapel (Spliced Take 2, 1, 3) - You'll Never Walk Alone (Spliced Take 4, 8, 1) - U. S. Male (Alternate Master)

CD 2 - Hollywood:

Blue Hawaii (Spliced Take 4, 6, 3) - Almost Always True (Spliced Take 6, 5) -  Didja Ever (Spliced Take 1, 2) -  Pocketful Of Rainbows (Spliced Take 19, 20) -  Steppin Out O Line (Alternate Master) - Slowly But Surely (Spliced Take 3, 4, 1 - Bluesy Intro) - If You Think I Dont Need You (Spliced Take 5, 7) - What A Wonderful Life (Spliced Take 5, 6) - Tonights So Right For Love (Spliced Take 5, 6) - We'll Be Together (Spliced Take 8, 10) - One Broken Heart For Sale (Spliced Take 3, 5) - The Bullfighter Was A Lady (Spliced Take 9, 7) - Ku-U-I-Po (Spliced Take 2, 5) - Animal Instinct (Spliced Take 3, 4) - A Dogs Life (Spliced Take 5, 4) - C'mon Everybody - (Spliced Take 1, 3) - King Of The Whole Wide World (Remake - Spliced Take 2, 3) - Cross My Heart Hope To Die (Spliced Take 9, 11) - Smorgasbord (Spliced Take 4, 2) - What's She Really Like (Spliced 16, 11) - Ito Eats (Spliced Take 2, 4, 5) - Girl Happy (Alternate Master) - A Cane And A High Starched Collar (Alternate Master) - Stay Away, Joe (Spliced Take 15, 16, 13) - Island Of Love (Spliced Take 4, 4, 8) - Stop Look And Listen (Spliced Take 5, 6) - Take Me To the Fair (Spliced Take 5, 7) - Where Do You Come From (Spliced Take 13, 14) - Let Yourself Go (Spliced Take 5, 6) - Almost in Love (Spliced Take 1, 6)

CD 3 - T-R-O-U-B-L-E:

Trouble / Guitar Man (Spliced Take 2, 3, 1) - Long Black Limousine (Spliced Take 1, 2, 6) - Kentucky Rain (Spliced Take 5, 7) - I'll Be There (Spliced Take 2, 3 - New Intro) - Twenty Days And Twenty Nights (Spliced Take 5, 6, 8) - The Sound Of Your Cry (Spliced Take 2, 3 - Edited) - If I Were You (Spliced Take 3, 3, 5, 5 - Faded) - A Little Bit Of Green (Spliced Take 2, 1, 1) - For Lovin' Me (Alternate Master) - Any Day Now (Spliced Take 3, 4, 2) - How The Web Was Woven (Alternate Master) - Johnny B. Goode (Spliced Take 1, 3) - Burning Love (Spliced Take 3, 4) - It's A Matter Of Time (Spliced Take 1, 3, 4) - Separate Ways (Spliced Take 12, 13, 21) - Your Love's Been A Long Time Coming (Spliced Take 2, 3, 4) - If I'm A Fool (Spliced Take 6, 9) - The Next Step Is Love (Spliced Take 7, 8, 9, 10) - Help Me Make It Through The Night (Spliced Take 14, 15) - Where Do I Go From Here (Spliced Take 4, 5, 6) - Moody Blue (Spliced Take 9, 7, 5) - Pledging My Love (Alternate Master) - It's Impossible ("Live" Splice - 16.02.1972 M/S) - Always On My Mind (Alternate Master - Mock) - If I Can Dream (Spliced Take)

CD 4 - Snowbird:

TI'll Be Home On Christmas Day (Spliced Take 5, 6) - Peace In The Valley (Spliced Take 5, 8, 7) - Known Only To Him (Alternate Master) - Winter Wonderland (Alternate Master) - Snowbird (Alternate Master) - Holly Leaves And Christmas Trees (Spliced Take 1, 2) - His Hand In Mine (Spliced Take 3, 4) - Merry Christmas Baby (Undubbed "Single" Version) - Silver Bells (Spliced Rehearsal / Take 1) - In the Garden (Spliced Take 1, 2, 3) - It Is No Secret (Spliced Take 4, 5, 12) - If I Get Home On Christmas Day (Alternate Master) - It Won't Seem Like Christmas (Spliced Take 2, 3) - If Everyday Was Like Christmas (Spliced Take 1, 2) - Without Him (Spliced Take 13, 4) - If That Isn't Love (Spliced Take 2, 7) - The First Noel (Spliced With Re-Recording) - We Call On Him (Spliced Take 4, 5, 8, 8) - He Touched Me (Spliced Take 2, 2, 3) - I'll Be Home On Christmas Day (Remake - Spliced Take 5, 6, 9)

Bonus Song:


Mama Liked The Roses (Harmony Duet Version)

(Source: FECC / elvis Club Berlin)

March 15 - Follow Elvis On The Charts

Two new Follow That Dream titles were announced. These titles are due April 2017. The label also announced that it deleted the titles "Summer Festival", "Unchained Melody", "Dixieland Delight" and "From Hawaii To Vegas" from the catalogue.

The “Elvis Las Vegas '74” double CD contains two legendary shows from the Hilton Hotel on August 20,1974. This release comes as a double CD release packed in a 5 inch digipack. The concerts were mastered by Jan Eliasson.

Musicians: Guitars: James Burton, John Wilkinson; Guitar and Vocals: Charlie Hodge; Bass: Duke Bardwell; Drums: Ronnie Tutt; Piano: Glen D. Hardin; Vocals: The Sweet Inspirations, J. D. Sumner & The Stamps, Kathy Westmoreland, Voice. Joe Guercio and his Orchestra.

CD 1 - 20.08.1974 D/S:

C. C. Rider - I Got A Woman / Amen - Love Me - If You Love Me (Let Me Know) - It’s Midnight - Big Boss Man - Fever - Trying To Get To You - Love Me Tender - All Shook Up - I’m Leavin’ - Softly As I Leave You - Hound Dog - You Gave Me A Mountain - Polk Salad Annie - Introductions (Part Missing) - If You Talk In Your Sleep - Why Me Lord - (Let Me Be Your) Teddy Bear / Don’t Be Cruel - Heartbreak Hotel - Bridge Over Troubled Water - Hawaiian Wedding Song - Let Me Be There - Can’t Help Falling In Love

Bonus Song - 02.09.1974 M/S:

It’s Now Or Never (Second Version)

CD 2 - 20.08.1974 M/S:

C. C. Rider - I Got A Woman / Amen - Love Me - If You Love Me (Let Me Know) - It’s Midnight - Proud Mary - Trying To Get To You - Big Boss Man - Fever - Promised Land - Love Me Tender - All Shook Up - I’m Leavin’ - Softly As I Leave You - Hound Dog - You Gave Me A Mountain - Polk Salad Annie - Introductions - If You Talk In Your Sleep - Why Me Lord - (Let Me Be Your) Teddy Bear / Don’t Be Cruel (Incomplete) - Hawaiian Wedding Song (Incomplete) - Let Me Be There - Can’t Help Falling In Love

Bonus Songs - 28.08.1974 D/S:

Help Me - My Boy - How Great Thou Art

Elvis: His Songs Of Praise Volume 2.


As the second volume of "Elvis: His Songs Of Praise", this book completes the story chronicling a further 51 sacred, spiritual and inspirational gospel songs to add to the 55 songs featured in volume 1. 

Once again, the story of each song is told with extensively researched detail. Also observe the high quality and subtle differences on the front cover and many other photographs of Elvis featured throughout the 350 pages. In addition, the 32-track CD that runs for over 79 minutes features many rare and officially unreleased tracks. Compilation by Trevor Simpson CD Mastered by Jan Eliasson.


01. Elvis Introduction / Only Believe (With unused horns overdubbed June 8, 1970) (2:55)


Pure Elvis: Undubbed Sacred Songs

02. I, John (T-2 Undubbed Master June 10, 1971) (2:15)
03. Life (T-20 Undubbed Master June 6, 1970) (3:07)
04. Reach Out To Jesus (T-9 Undubbed June 9, 1971) (3:08)
05. He Is My Everything (Undubbed Master June 9, 1971) (2:39)
06. He Knows Just What I Need (T-9 Undubbed Oct 30, 1960) (2:10)
07. Swing Down Sweet Chariot (Undubbed Movie Version Oct 23, 1969) (2:15)
08. We Call On Him (T-3 Undubbed September 11, 1967) (2:33)
09. Padre (Undubbed Spliced Master May 16, 1971) (2:29)
10. Elvis Introduction / You’ll Never Walk Alone (Extended Master September 11, 1967) (3:52)

1956 – 1977 Elvis Impromptu (Live And Rare)

11. On the Jericho Road (SUN Studio Dec 4, 1956) (0:50)
12. Peace In The Valley (Ed Sullivan Show Jan 6, 1957) (1:39)
13. Down By The Riverside / When The Saints Go Marching In (From the Movie “Frankie & Johnny May 1965) (1:45)
14. The Lord’s Prayer (Edit May 16, 1971) (2:03)
15. Elvis Introduction / Must Jesus Bear The Cross Alone / Turn Your Eyes Upon Jesus / Nearer My God To The (March / April 1972) (3:11)
16. Bosom Of Abraham / You Better Run (March / April 1972) (2:34)
17. The Impossible Dream (Madison Square Garden) (June 10, 1972) (3:18)
18. Where No One Stands Alone (Montgomery, Alabama February 16, 1977) (2:23)

Seasons Greetings From Elvis: The Christmas Radio Special From December 3, 1967.

19. Announcer / Here Comes Santa Claus (2:37)
20. Announcer / Blue Christmas (2:11)
21. Announcer / O Little Town Of Bethlehem (2:47)
22. Dale Robertson / Christmas Seal Charity Appeal (1:23)
23. Announcer / Silent Night (2:34)
24. I’ll Be Home For Christmas (1:54)
25. Announcer / I Believe (2:23)
26. Announcer / If Everyday Was Like Christmas (3:04)
27. Announcer / How Great Thou Art (3:16)
28. His Hand In Mine (3:00)
29. Announcer / Promotion of Elvis’ Albums (1:00)
30. Elvis’ Special Message / I’ll Be Home For Christmas (2:08)

More Pure Elvis - Undubbed Christmas Carols

31. The First Noel (Undubbed Master May 21, 1971) (2:13)
32. O Come, All Ye Faithful (T-1 Undubbed Master May 21, 1971 (2:58)

Charts


The Billboard charts for the week ending March 18, 2017:

  • The “The Wonder of You” album dropped from #4 to #5 on the Bilboard Classical Album chart. 
  • The “If I Can Dream” album remained steady at #15 on the Classical Album chart.
  • 'Elvis: Ultimate Gospel' rises from 8 to 5 on the Country Catalog Albums Chart; rises from 32 to 30 on the Top Christian Albums Chart and rises from 33 to 32 on the Top Christian And Gospel Albums Chart
  • 'Heart And Soul' is a re-entry at 22 on the Country Catalog Albums Chart
  • 'He Touched Me - The Gospel Music Of Elvis Presley' (Vols.1 and 2) is a re-entry at 8 on the Music Video Sales Chart
Elvis Entries on the UK Charts - 17th March, 2017
  • 'The Wonder Of You' rises from 73 to 61 on the Physical Album Chart and rises from 83 to 74 on the Album Sales Chart 
  • 'The Platinum Collection' drops from 83 to 95 on the Physical Album Chart and drops from 17 to 22 on the Indie Albums Chart
  • 'Hound Dog' is a re-entry at 68 on the Physical Singles Chart
  • 'Blue Suede Shoes' is a re-entry at 69 on the Physical Singles Chart
European Charts
  • The "The 50 Greatest Hits" compilation re-entered the Swiss Album charts at #100.  
  • The 'The Wonder of You' re-entered the Belgian Album chart at #82. 
  • The 'Top 40 Elvis' dropped off the Belgian Mid-proce Album chart. 
Australian Chart
  • On the Australian Album chart 'The Wonder of You' dropped from #44 to #47. 
  • The DVD "Elvis – The King Of Rock’n’Roll – 30 Hit Performances And More" dropped from #16 to #37 on the Australian Music DVD chart.
(Source: FECC / Billboard / The King's World)