Elvis Presley - That's The Way It Is - An Original Soundtrack album flac
- Album: That's The Way It Is - An Original Soundtrack
- FLAC: 1537 mb | MP3: 1479 mb
- Released: 1980
- Rating: 4.3/5
- Votes: 152
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|A1||Medley: Mystery Train / Tiger Man|
|A2||The Next Step Is Love|
|A3||It's Crying Time|
|A4||Medley: Little Sister, What'd I Say, Stranger In The Crowd, How The Web Was Woven|
|A5||You Don't Have To Say You Love Me|
|A6||Mary In The Morning|
|A7||Polk Salad Annie|
|A8||That's All Right|
|A9||I've Lost You|
|A10||Patch It Up|
|A11||You've Lost That Loving Feeling|
|B2||I Just Can't Help Believing|
|B3||Bridge Over Troubled Water|
|B4||Medley: Heartbreak Hotel, One Night, Blue Suede Shoes, All Shook Up|
|B6||Can't Help Falling In Love|
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Elvis: That's the Way It Is is the soundtrack album by American singer and musician Elvis Presley from the 1970 documentary of the same name. It was released on November 11, 1970, by RCA Victor. The album consists of eight studio tracks recorded at RCA Studio B in Nashville, and four live tracks recorded at the International Hotel in Las Vegas. The album peaked at No. 21 on the Billboard 200 and at No. 8 on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart
Sharing a title with Denis Sanders' 1970 documentary of Elvis' return to the stage, That's the Way It Is in its original 1970 LP incarnation isn't precisely a soundtrack to the film. In fact, only a third of the album captures Presley live on-stage in Vegas, with the remainder of the record derived from sessions he recorded in Nashville just a few months prior to launching his long-standing gig at the International Hotel
The original RCA album is expanded with the four single sides from the period and a selection of 'fly-on-the-wall' outtakes from the June Nashville sessions that produced the majority of tracks for the album. Completing the audio section, a separate disc of insightful rehearsal highlights showcases both the hard work and the playful atmosphere that governed Elvis' relationship with his musicians. It also includes an 80-page color booklet with rare photos, memorabilia, recording data and insightful sleeve notes
Originally released in November 1970, Elvis: That's The Way It Is combined eight studio tracks, recorded in Nashville, and four live concert performances recorded in Las Vegas during Presley's 1970 'Summer Festival' season at The International Hotel in Las Vegas. This brand new 4LP version with remastered audio and previously unreleased material is packed in a triple gatefold sleeve and includes a 16 page booklet with rare pictures and new liner notes. 180 Gram Audiophile Vinyl. These show recordings are released for the first time in their entirety. The original RCA album is expanded with four single sides from the period, and a selection of "fly-on-the-wall" outtakes from the June Nashville sessions that produced the majority of tracks for the album. With remastered audio and packed in a triple gatefold sleeve, this 4LP set includes a 16 page booklet with rare pictures and new liner notes.
Though never considered a soundtrack album, Elvis: That’s The Way It Is was initially released to accompany the first theatrical run of Elvis: That’s The Way It Is, a 1970 documentary feature, directed by Denis Sanders, which combined on-stage, off-stage and behind-the-scenes footage in Presley’s first non-dramatic film since his 1956 Hollywood movie debut. Scene Selections 1. Mystery Train/Tiger Man 2. In The Studio 3. That’s All Right 4. Little Sister/Get Back 5. Horseplay 6. Twenty Days And Twenty Nights 7. Las Vegas 8. Cattle Call; Chime Bells 9. Words; You Can’t Say That 10.
The original album, like much of Elvis’ later output, is a Frankensteined, barely-in-context mix of live tracks and studio cuts (though not without its charms, cf. the desperate I’ve Lost You ). Presley’s ambitious reach becomes clearer in the box’s wide-angled context, though. From dreamtime ballads ( Mary In The Morning ), twangy country/rockers ( Patch It Up ), and hard blues ( Stranger In My Own Hometown ), to a sweep into the very ether of America’s legacy in song - folk tunes to swamp pop, New Orleans R&B to cowboy songs - Elvis touched on everything. Aloha from Hawaii may be his greatest commercial achievement.
The original RCA album is expanded with the four single sides from the period, and a selection of "fly-on-the-wall" outtakes.