8 thoughts on “ Its Midnight - Elvis Presley - Always On My Mind (CD) ”

  1. Dec 28,  · An earlier pressing, Always On My Mind, had a disc manufactured in Japan for the US market, so this edition with a USA-pressed disc, with an "8/89" mastering date in the matrix, is tagged as a repress. Made in U.S.A. Printed in U.S.A. The 'live' tracks are /5(5).
  2. Reviewed in the United States on June 2, This compilation, originally released in the mid-eighties, offers a selection of hits and album tracks that Elvis recorded towards the end of his life. The title track is probably now the most famous among the Elvis hits featured here/5(62).
  3. This compilation, originally released in the mid-eighties, offers a selection of hits and album tracks that Elvis recorded towards the end of his life. The title track is probably now the most famous among the Elvis hits featured here/5(64).
  4. This compilation, originally released in the mid-eighties, offers a selection of hits and album tracks that Elvis recorded towards the end of his life. The title track is probably now the most famous among the Elvis hits featured here/5(62).
  5. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of It's Midnight on Discogs. Label: Follow That Dream Records - ,BMG - ,RCA - • Format: CD Compilation, Mono • Country: Europe • Genre: Rock, Pop • Style: Pop Rock/5(17).
  6. It's Midnight is a soundboard recording of Elvis Presley live at the Las Vegas Hilton, August 24, - Midnight Show. Elvis Presley's shows in August were very long, and RCA's tapes are generally incomplete. FTD have selected this show because of Elvis' outstanding performance. The tape runs out after 'If You Talk In Your Sleep' and we have chosen to fill up the CD with the ending of.
  7. item 1 Elvis Presley / Always On My Mind CD NEW 1 - Elvis Presley / Always On My Mind CD NEW. AU $ +AU $ postage. item 2 Elvis ‎– Always on My Mind (The Ultimate Love Songs Collection)/ Rca ‎– 2.
  8. Elvis Presley recorded "Always on My Mind" on March 29, , a few weeks after his February separation from his wife, Priscilla. The song received immense fame and critical appreciation and is considered one of Presley's standout songs of the s. The song was released as the B-side of the "Separate Ways" single, which was certified gold by the Recording Industry Association of America.

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