There's also " Suspicious Minds" a two cd set that has all the album songs plus alot of outtakes and alternate versions, I love this cd. He did some of his very best work, in my opinion, during these Memphis sessions. I mean, how can you argue with an album that contains hits like "Suspicious Minds", "Kentucky Rain", " In the Ghetto", " Don't Cry Daddy" and many others. Wow, that's like a greatest hits in one recording session! He was truly amazing!:notworthy :notworthy :notworthyQuote:
Originally Posted by ForeverTheKing
If you really think about it, it boggles the mind how effortlessly he could do it when he wanted to. He could even take a mediocre song and make it fantastic. (Listen to some original versions of some of the songs he sang like "Steamroller Blues" for instance)
Oh yeah, I'm listening to Danny Boy and You'll Never Walk Alone just finished. What a great voice!