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    I have been playing a lot of Elvis in the 60's and the 50's 2nd,

    and i love the cd box set i have the 60's master, and this set had played more then any of my Elvis cds i have, (but i only have a few anyway)
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    my most played has to be jungle room sessions,silver screen stereo,long lonely highway and thats the way it is special edition. ,aron.

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    Most played at the moment has to be So High, Jungle Room Sessions,The Memphis FTD....but thats just this week so far

    Depends on my mood as to which decade i play...but i get around to them all eventually
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    My most played at this week has to be So High, The Impossible Dream, The Memphis FTD, Promised Land, Raised On Rock, Today...
    'My music is why I was put on this earth' Elvis Presley

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    all i know is ive been playing blue moon of kentucky and love letters all night long. i dont really go by cd, i go by song. sometimes i get attached to concert vid footage.
    "Elvis, we're talking about shooting from the waist down, and not being able to touch hands with body, or body with hands, excuse me. I just got this show off the air boy"

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    i play it all, all the time

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    i listen to elvis roughly 20 hours a day...in other words, my computer is chock full of elvis. kinda scary. its like a shrine.
    "Elvis, we're talking about shooting from the waist down, and not being able to touch hands with body, or body with hands, excuse me. I just got this show off the air boy"

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    most played 50's CD:
    * So Close - disc 1
    * Today, Tomorrow & Forever - disc 1

    most played 60's CD:
    * Studio B. (FTD)
    * Out In Hollywood (FTD)
    * Tomorrow Is a Long Time (BMG)

    most played 70's CD:
    * Spring Tours
    * Brightest Star On Sunset Blvd. (both volumes)
    * We'll Make You Happy
    * Burning Love (BMG compilation)

    Those are CD's that I listen more frequently to than others
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    50s:

    The Million Dollar Quartet
    Close Up Disc 1
    Totally Stung! (Madison)

    60s:

    Such A Night
    The Lost Album (aka For The Asking)
    How Great Thou Art

    70s (way too many to name, but here's a few):

    Promised Land (with extra tracks)
    Moody Blue (ditto)
    Today (20-bit version from Japan)
    Walk A Mile... Disc 4
    ...you won't forget me when I go.

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    GREAT QUESTION CURTIS!!!

    Here are the most recent CD's I've listened to:

    50's:

    * ELVIS' GOLDEN RECORDS, VOL. 2 (with bonus tracks)
    * KING CREOLE
    * SUNRISE (in preparation for the 50th ann. of "That's All Right"&#33

    60's:

    * ELVIS IN PERSON AT THE INTERNATIONAL HOTEL (20-bit remastered version from Japan) (Thanks Bobby!&#33
    * BACK IN MEMPHIS (can you listen to the "International Hotel" CD without listening to this one too?)
    * TOMORROW IS A LONG TIME

    70's:

    * ELVIS IN CONCERT (20-bit remastered version from Japan) (Thanks Again Bobby!&#33
    * TODAY (20-bit remastered version from Japan) (Thanks Again, Again Bobby!&#33
    * THE JUNGLE ROOM SESSIONS
    * ELVIS COUNTRY (I'M 10,000 YEARS OLD)

    There you go Curtis!! Thanks for asking such a great question....it's very cool to see what everyone is listening to these days!

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    You are very welcome mike.

    here's an update of mine most cds or lps.

    50's

    Elvis 56
    disc 1 on the 50s masters
    Elvis golden records -1
    gold records vol-2

    60's
    all of the 60s master's
    Harum scarum ftd version
    His Hand in mine.

    70's
    disc 1,2,3 from the 70's master's
    an afternoon in the garden
    moody blue


    theres more but these are the most played albums.
    a hundred years from now.
    today
    ......
    Curtis Simpkins

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    This is a tough one! I (like probably everyone else here) love so much that he recorded.

    Concert wise, I've always had a soft spot for the 'Alternate Aloha'. It definitely contains my favorite version of Steamroller Blues. I love watching the DVD of the show. The dramatic build up of '2001', on comes the spotlight, & then he appears....need I say more!
    I look forward to an upgrade of the CD release of this show one day. Like most people, I'm counting the seconds for the new DVD release.

    I also like listening to the 'Boulevard' & 'Jungle Room sessions' CD's. Living in the UK, & the sad fact that he never toured here, the nod Elvis gives us this side of the Atlantic, in the form of Danny Boy & The Last Farewell, makes these albums special for me. 'Danny Boy' is just beautiful, & hearing The King sing about the 'English mist rolling through the dale' in 'The Last Farewell' is pure magic.
    "Knock...and the door shall be opened. Seek...and you shall find."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unchained
    The most played cd's for me must be the 70's releases like the Jungle room Sessions and Essential Elvis vol.5 - Rhythm and Country
    Another one that i play-a-lot is Spring tours '77
    Well those three sure are high on my list as well!
    ...you won't forget me when I go.

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