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curtis simpkins
08-22-2004, 10:38 PM
When cds frist came out i wasnt going to buy them because i love vinyl so much.

but when they started putting out box set's like the 50's master set's i went ahead and got it, and when it was complete songs from the 50's.
here you got his sun masters his movies his christmas and his gospel music
and in one big set.

then i said ok i buy cds because they where boxing them up.
the the next year came we have the 60s set.

but on this set it wasn't complete no movies and his gospel.
so i got it anyway, and i was hopeing for vol-2 of the 60s his complete
movie soundtrack's.....nothing, but when the gospel set came out i got it.
but again it wasnt complete. tell peace in the valley came out this time
complete gospel....and still no complete movie box set's instead we have the 2 cd set of some movie tracks and i didnt care for this all that much.

what i like to see an a box set complete music of Elvis not just little bit here and there.

and there was the 70s box set again not complete. they should have done on this set like they did on the 60s..no gospel,no christmas, and no live track's
only his complete studio recording's of Elvis.

so what do you think on this, should bmg should of made better box set's of Elvis like his complete movies, and his complete 70s studio recordings.

and then they can go on and make a live box set of his best live recordings.

Albert
08-22-2004, 11:15 PM
I think that when you look into BMG's dictionary for the word 'complete', that you'll find something like 'greatest hits', 'best of' or 'ultimate collection'. They simply can't release something complete. ;)

And with the first change of releasing something by themselves, EPE learned from their master and forgot to include 'It Hurts Me' on the 68 Comeback Special DVD.... :hmm:

Cherokee
08-22-2004, 11:16 PM
I think that when you look into BMG's dictionary for the word 'complete', that you'll find something like 'greatest hits', 'best of' or 'ultimate collection'. They simply can't release something complete. ;)

And with the first change of releasing something by themselves, EPE learned from their master and forgot to include 'It Hurts Me' on the 68 Comeback Special DVD.... :hmm:

They'll resort to anything to squeeze some extra bucks out of Elvis :mad: :nono: