Elvis UK3

Elvis UK3

(23 customer reviews)

£50.00

The ultimate reference guide to Elvis’s UK compact disc releases in the UK between 1983-2005.

Remember, Elvis UK3 is a digital download.

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Description

  • Over 4000 illustrations, many of them in colour
  • Full description and detailed account of every mainstream release in the UK (both on album or single) – on RCA, BMG, FTD and third party label releases, each one fully cross-referenced with subsequent – or earlier – releases
  • Full track listing and writer details for every release
  • Additional information added to live releases, including recording locations and times
  • Separate sections dedicated to CD singles, promotional CDs, in-house promos, CD-Rs, etc.
  • Extensive section devoted to various artist CD releases that feature Elvis material, each one discussed separately
  • Each section features full chronological and alphabetical listings
  • A huge song title index detailing writers, recording dates and showing where every version of every song can be found

23 reviews for Elvis UK3

  1. Bill Bruce (UK) (verified owner)

    I received my copy of ELVIS UK 3 five days ago and I find myself looking at it every spare minute.

    Once I got past the approximately 100 pages or so of background information was when the fun really started though.

    Every point of interest that I come across means a trip to the CD shelves to see if my copy is an original UK release, an import or re-issue. Sometimes it’s just to see that thing that I never noticed before but is mentioned in the book. (I knew this would happen – it did when I bought the vinyl volumes ELVIS UK and ELVIS UK 2.

    I’ve heard that some people are being put off purchasing because this book is in digital format. If you are one of those people, rest assured this is well worth your hard earned cash and is one helluva reference book.

  2. Bill Bruce (UK) (verified owner)

    I’ve had this book for five days now and I find myself with my nose in it every spare minute.

    Once you get past the approximately 100 pages of interesting background information regarding the production of CDs etc is when the fun really begins.

    I find myself making regular trips to the CD shelves to see how my copy relates to the one in the book.
    Is my copy a UK original, re-issue or even an import ? It’s also common for some point or other to be brought up that I had never noticed before and that means another visit to the shelf to see if my copy matches the pictures.
    (I knew this would happen – it did when I bought ELVIS UK and then again when ELVIS UK 2 came along).

    If you are being put off buying because this is in digital format, don’t put it off any longer. This format makes searching for a particular release a breeze, and it’s less strain on the wrist muscles.

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