Elvis Presley - King Creole (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Apr 23,  · referencing King Creole, LP, Album, RE, , MGMV This LP sounds great, having good fidelity & a nice punchy mono-mix. Heavyweight vinyl is very quiet to boot/5().
  2. Limited Edition ten inch vinyl single released to coincide with the 30th Anniversary of the death of The King. This is one of 18 limited titles that will be released through the end of , all of them fitting in a box that comes with the first installment of the series ('Heartbreak Hotel') Each 10" vinyl release will be packaged in the original RCA generic bag/5(65).
  3. Elvis - King Creol Vinyl LP Soundtrack Elvis - King Creol Soundtrack LPM SUPER RARE Hollywood First Pressing vinyl lp record for sale. Buy the record album king creole by Elvis.
  4. King Creole, an Album by Elvis Presley. Released in on RCA Victor (catalog no. NL; Vinyl LP). Genres: Rock & Roll, Film Soundtrack.4/5(1).
  5. Jun 01,  · While the soundtrack to King Creole may not be Elvis Presley's best album, it is easily the most interesting of his s LPs. Owing to the setting of this Michael Curtiz film (the man who directed the masterpiece Casablanca) in New Orleans, the album fuses Elvis Presley's brand of rock music with the region's Dixieland sound/5(16).
  6. ELVIS PRESLEY King Creole (s UK orange RCA label track vinyl LP featuring the superb soundtrack to one of The Kings finest motion pictures hype-stickered non-laminated picture sleeve with fold-out Elvis poster. The sleeve is still in its opened shrinkwrap and the vinyl /5(56).
  7. Elvis - King Creol LP Soundtrack LPM - SUPER RARE FIRST Hollywood Pressing Has "New Othophonic High Fidelity" on right side and "Long Play" at bottom of label. Contrary to some sources, this WAS NOT issued with a bonus photo! Matrix numbers: Side 1: J2PPS A / Side 2: J2PPS A (Hollywood pressing) Tracks: Side 1. King Creole.
  8. King Creole was the last movie that Elvis Presley made before he entered the army in the spring of -- it was also his last film in black-and-white, as well as his final effort directed by a serious old-time filmmaker (Michael Curtiz); and, apart from a few isolated, quirky efforts like Flaming Star, Change of Habit, and Charro, this was the last of his serious movies, in which Presley was 6/

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