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Elvis Presley - It's Now Or Never - More Than 40 Of His Greatest Hits album flac Performer: Elvis Presley
Title: It's Now Or Never - More Than 40 Of His Greatest Hits
Country: UK
MP3 album: 1917 mb
FLAC album: 1326 mb
Rating: 4.3
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Genre: Rock / Folk and Country

Elvis' 40 Greatest is a compilation album by American singer and musician Elvis Presley. It was released in 1974 and was the UK's biggest-selling album over the Christmas period of that year, but along with all albums on K-tel, Ronco and Arcade, it was ineligible for the UK Albums Chart until 1975 because it was felt that heavy TV advertising and low pricing distorted the charts. It finally reached number one on the UK Albums Chart in 1977, and became the 10th best-selling album of the 1970s in the UK.

Elvis Presley photographed in 1968. in the afternoon - the world changed forever for millions of Elvis Presley fans around the world with the sudden passing of The King Of Rock and Roll. Though much has been written in the years since of his passing - and the excessive lifestyle that contributed to it - one thing that remains all of these years later is the music. 5. Elvis Presley - "Can’t Help Falling In Love" (1961). 4. Elvis Presley - "Don’t Be Cruel" (1956). 3. Elvis Presley - "It’s Now Or Never" (1960). 2. Elvis Presley - "Jailhouse Rock" (1957). 1. Elvis Presley - "All Shook Up" (1957).

It's easy to hear why Hathaway still appeals to modern-pop and neo-soul singers alike. He was equally comfortable with smooth ballads ("The Closer I Get to You") and rolling funk ("The Ghetto"). He was a master of melisma (while never overdoing it), and his smoky voice wrapped superbly around his female duet partners, most notably Roberta Flack. No wonder Timberlake calls him "the best singer of all time. The first time I heard George was on a copy of his greatest hits. I was already familiar with Hank Williams and Porter Wagoner, but not George and his West Texas thing. I was amazed at what he was doing with his voice. I never had the feeling he was manipulating the power of his voice to show off. They say a submarine never goes in reverse. That's Bono, always looking for a new way of singing something.

It's now over 40 years since Elvis Presley tragically died and music lost its King of rock n roll. But despite his untimely death aged just 42, Elvis remains one of the most celebrated and influential musicians of all time and an icon of the '50s and '60s. Elvis's legacy and monetary worth remain immensely strong in 40 years after his untimely death. And since 2000, he has sold . million singles in the UK alone.

The 50 Greatest Hits. While it may not be as in-depth as other compilations, The 50 Greatest Hits is adequate for those wanting the major hits, and provides a taster for each of his styles. As a starting point to Elvis Presley's work, this is unmatched by any other best-of and is an almost perfect compilation in that all of his most noted tracks are here, as are all the finest moment from each of his eras. For the more hardcore Elvis fan, also, The 50 Greatest Hits is an essential purchase, offering almost all of the finest tracks on a mere two discs. Eduardo DeCapua, Wally Gold, Aaron Schroeder.

More than any other rock band, before or since, Queen were both a great albums band and a great singles band. They could do it all – heavy rock, pop, opera, disco, gospel – and they did it all brilliantly. And the way those early hits were presented on this album was inspired – the breadth of Queen’s scope perfectly illustrated by the way the epic grandeur of Bohemian Rhapsody leads into the disco sizzle of Another One Bites The Dust. There are no clunkers on Queen’s Greatest Hits. The power ballad Save Me is heroic stuff – a power ballad written by Brian May, sung with gusto by Freddie Mercury, with a wonderfully OTT solo by May. But in such exalted company, it ends up with the wooden spoon. The oldest track on Queen’s Greatest Hits originally appeared on the band’s self-titled debut album in 1973, as an instrumental, and again on 1974’s Queen II as a fully formed song. As a single it was not a hit, but it’s one of the definitive early Queen songs. 11. You’re My Best Friend.

The 50 Greatest Hits Elvis Presley. His songs are gold but they NEVER get old. this album is a TREASURE. A collection of pure ART. Razorback9926, 10/23/2013. Sure, there are box sets galore for Elvis, but a 2-CD set with about 2 1/2 hours of music is just about perfect when it's all the best songs and no filler. The only way to get a comparable 2-disc comp would be to purchase both 30 Hits and 2nd to None, which would cost a bit more

22 It's Now or Never. How is this all the way down here? Should be top ten what. I have to say this because it was the very first Elvis record I bought, I have bought many since but this has to be in my list for that reason. It should be at top ten. UListen to Sample. 23 An American Trilogy. Best Elvis track ever. Best of the great SUN records. Elvis was very religious believe it or not. His favourite music was gospel. I love to hear him sing this particular one. Really, really, really good. Best Gospel song by Elvis. Magnific! UListen to Sample.

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Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Heartbreak Hotel
Written-By – E. Presley*, M.B. Axton*, T. Durden*
2:06
A2 I Want You, I Need You, I Love You
Written-By – I. Kosloff*, M. Mysels*
2:35
A3 It's Now Or Never
Written-By – A. Schroeder*, E. Di Capua*, W. Gold*
3:14
A4 Don't
Written-By – J. Leiber / M. Stoller*
2:06
A5 Hard Headed Woman
Written-By – C. DeMetrius*
1:54
A6 Jailhouse Rock
Written-By – J. Leiber / M. Stoller*
2:24
A7 One Night
Written-By – D. Bartholomew / P. King*
2:29
A8 (Let Me Be Your) Teddy Bear
Written-By – B.Lowe*, K.Mann*
1:47
A9 All Shook Up
Written-By – E. Presley*, O. Blackwell*
1:54
A10 My Baby Left Me
Written-By – A. Crudup*
2:12
B1 I Was The One
Written-By – A. Schroeder*, B. Peppers*, C. DeMetrius*, H. Blair*
2:30
B2 Loving You
Written-By – J. Leiber / M. Stoller*
3:06
B3 Anyway You Want Me (That's How I Will Be)
Written-By – A. Schroeder*, C. Owens*
1:54
B4 Such A Night
Written-By – L. Chase*
2:59
B5 King Creole
Written-By – J. Leiber / M. Stoller*
2:06
B6 Love Me
Written-By – J. Leiber / M. Stoller*
2:38
B7 T.R.O.U.B.L.E
Written-By – J. Leiber / M. Stoller*
2:18
B8 Poor Boy
Written-By – E. Presley*, V. Matson*
2:18
B9 Dixieland Rock
Written-By – A. Schroeder*, R. Frank*
1:47
B10 Party
Written-By – Robinson*
1:28
C1 Are You Lonesome To-night?
Written-By – L. Handman*, R. Turk*
3:06
C2 Don't Be Cruel (To A Heart That's True)
Written-By – E. Presley*, O. Blackwell*
2:00
C3 Love Me Tender
Written-By – E. Presley*, V. Matson*
2:43
C4 I Got Stung
Written-By – A. Schroeder*, D. Hill*
2:48
C5 Hound Dog
Written-By – J. Leiber / M. Stoller*
2:18
C6 A Big Hunk O'Love
Written-By – A. Schroeder*, S. Wyche*
3:11
C7 Wear My Ring Round Your Neck
Written-By – B. Carroll*, R. Moody*
2:12
C8 Stuck On You
Written-By – A. Schroeder*, J.L. McFarland*
2:18
C9 A Fool Such As I
Written-By – B. Trader*
2:29
C10 Crying In The Chapel
Written-By – A. Glenn*
2:24
D1 Good Luck Charm
Written-By – A. Schroeder*, W. Gold*
1:22
D2 Surrender
Written-By – D. Pomus / M. Shuman*
1:54
D3 My Wish Came True
Written-By – I.J. Hunter*
2:33
D4 Wooden Heart (Muss I Denn Zum Steadtele Hinaus)
Written-By – B. Weisman*, B. Kaempfert*, F. Wise*, K. Twomey*
2:00
D5 That's All Right
Written-By – A. Crudup*
1:53
D6 (There'll Be) Peace In The Valley (For Me)
Written By – Dorsey*
3:20
D7 Money Honey
Written-By – J. Stone*
2:33
D8 Wild In The Country
Written-By – G. Weiss*, H. Peretti*, L. Creatore*
1:50
D9 That's When Your Heartaches Begin
Written-By – F. Fisher*, G. Brown*, W. Raskin*
3:18
D10 When My Blue Moon Turns To Gold Again
Written-By – W. Walker / G. Sullivan*
2:18
D11 The Girl Of My Best Friend
Written-By – B. Ross*, S. Bobrick*
2:21

Notes

Cat number is shown as LP 6187541 on rear artwork, and as 6187541 on labels.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5 701861 875411
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): 6187541 A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): 6187541 B
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C): 6187541 C
  • Matrix / Runout (Side D): 6187541 D
  • Rights Society: MCPS

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Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
LP 6187541 Elvis Presley It's Now Or Never - More Than 40 Of His Greatest Hits ‎(2xLP, Comp) Companion LP 6187541 UK Unknown