Elvis Presley - Moody Blue
Elvis Presley - Moody Blue
Elvis Presley - Moody Blue
Elvis Presley - Moody Blue
Elvis Presley - Moody Blue
Elvis Presley - Moody Blue

Elvis Presley - Moody Blue

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Elvis Presley - vocals, piano, guitars [click here to see more vinyl featuring Elvis Presley]

Backing vocals – J.D. Sumner & The Stamps (A1-5, B1-5), Myrna Smith (A4, B1-5), Kathy Westmoreland (A1-5, B1-2, B5),Sherrill Nielsen (pistes : A1-4, B1-2, B5), The Sweet Inspirations (A1-3, A5)

 

1 LP, gatefold cover

Original analog Master tape : YES

Heavy Press : 180g

Record color : black

Speed : 33RPM

Size : 12”

Stereo

Live & studio

Record Press : RTI

Label : Friday Music

Original Label : RCA Victor

Recorded  on Tour (A1 to A3), at Graceland (A4, B1-5), in Memphis, Tennessee (A5)

Produced by Elvis Presley

Remastered by Joe Reagoso

Originally released in 1977

 

Tracks:

Side A:

  1. Unchained Melody [recorded on tour April 24, 1977]
  2. If You Love Me (Let Me Know) [recorded on tour April 26, 1977]
  3. Little Darlin' [recorded on tour April 24, 1977]
  4. He'll Have To Go [recorded at Graceland October 31, 1976]
  5. Let Me Be There [from album Elvis: As Recorded Live on Stage In Memphis March 20, 1974]

Side B:

  1. Way Down [recorded at Graceland February 12, 1976]
  2. Pledging My Love [recorded at Graceland October 29, 1976]
  3. Moody Blue [recorded at Graceland February 12, 1976]
  4. She Thinks I Still Care [recorded at Graceland February 2, 1976]
  5. It's Easy For You [recorded at Graceland October 29, 1976]

 

Reviews :

"The last Elvis Presley album released in the singer's lifetime, Moody Blue has a somewhat checkered history, especially among fans. Issued two months before Presley died, the album sold moderately well until Presley died -- then it soared up the charts to number three, as his most current album, and it ultimately sold two million copies. As to the music, the original ten-song album was a mixed bag of live recordings, interspersed with new studio work from the previous fall at Graceland. For all of its slapped-together feel, however, Moody Blue held up. The title song, authored by Mark James (who'd previously written "Suspicious Minds"), was just about as good a single as Elvis released in the 1970s, topping the country charts earlier in 1977; additionally, he did a superb reinterpretation of the George Jones hit "She Thinks I Still Care." "Little Darlin'" was almost more of a burlesque of the '50s rock & roll standard than a real performance, but it is more than made up for by the presence of the Johnny Ace classic "Pledging My Love," done with depth and sincerity." AllMusic Review by Bruce Eder

 

Ratings :

AllMusic : 2 / 5 , Discogs : 3,94 / 5

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