Elvis Presley - Elvis' Gold Records Volume 5
Elvis Presley - Elvis' Gold Records Volume 5
Elvis Presley - Elvis' Gold Records Volume 5
Elvis Presley - Elvis' Gold Records Volume 5

Elvis Presley - Elvis' Gold Records Volume 5

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Elvis Presely - vocals [click here to see more vinyl featuring Elvis Presley]


1 LP, Gatefold Cover

Original analog Master tape : YES

Heavy Press : 180g

Record color : black

Speed : 33RPM

Size : 12”



Record Press : RTI

Label : Friday Music

Original Label : RCA Victor

Engineered & mixed by Richard Simpson

Produced by Joan Deary

Remastered by Joe Reagoso At Friday Music Studios

Originally released in 1984

Reissued in 2014



Side A:

  1. Suspicious Minds
  2. Kentucky Rain
  3. In The Ghetto
  4. Clean Up Your Own Backyard
  5. If I Can Dream


Side B:

  1. Burning Love
  2. If You Talk In Your Sleep
  3. For The Heart
  4. Moody Blue
  5. Way Down


Reviews :

"Sixteen years after Elvis' Gold Records, Vol. 4 and seven years after his death came volume five in the series, courtesy of Joan Deary, the first RCA executive to take a sensible, intelligent approach to handling the Elvis Presley library. The original ten-song LP has been expanded to a 16-song CD. Later country chart hits like "Moody Blue" work well juxtaposed with numbers like "Suspicious Minds" and "Big Boss Man," and odd B-sides like "For the Heart" (which, as "Had a Dream," became the Judds' first hit in 1984) and Elvis' cover of "You Don't Have to Say You Love Me" don't seem out of place. The only real loser here (mostly thanks to its ponderous chorus) is "Edge of Reality," a song that originally showed up in the movie Live a Little, Love a Little as a psychedelic number in a dream sequence in which Elvis dances with a man in a great-dane costume -- even stripped of that image, it doesn't work as a song, and comes off even less well since it precedes the superb "Memories" and "If I Can Dream." The decade represented by the 16 songs on volume five shows an Elvis Presley every bit as secure as an artist as the rebel represented on volumes one or two, searching for and generally finding a sound and an audience that could go together." AllMusic Review by Bruce Eder 


Ratings :

AllMusic : 4,5 / 5 , Discogs : 4,36 / 5

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