Limited 180gm colored vinyl LP pressing. Along with A Date With Elvis, 1959's For LP Fans Only is one of the most important special productions of the young King of Rock 'n' Roll. Because Elvis Presley had been conscripted into the US Army, no new recordings could take place, and so record producers delved deep into the sound archives and dug out a few singles from his Sun Records days, mixed them with a couple of early RCA songs and a number from the Love Me Tender soundtrack, and, presto a new Elvis LP was born. The overwhelming success of this album is not solely confined to the stylistic homogeneity of this collection of fresh, youthful songs. Far more, it's because for many fans the record offered the only substitution for the highly coveted but rare original singles "That's All Right," "Mystery Train" and "My Baby Left Me."
Limited 180gm colored vinyl LP pressing. Along with A Date With Elvis, 1959's For LP Fans Only is one of the most important special productions of the young King of Rock 'n' Roll. Because Elvis Presley had been conscripted into the US Army, no new recordings could take place, and so record producers delved deep into the sound archives and dug out a few singles from his Sun Records days, mixed them with a couple of early RCA songs and a number from the Love Me Tender soundtrack, and, presto a new Elvis LP was born. The overwhelming success of this album is not solely confined to the stylistic homogeneity of this collection of fresh, youthful songs. Far more, it's because for many fans the record offered the only substitution for the highly coveted but rare original singles "That's All Right," "Mystery Train" and "My Baby Left Me."
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For LP Fans Only [60th Anniversary Limited Edition Translucent Red Audiophile LP]
Artist: Elvis Presley
Format: Vinyl
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Limited 180gm colored vinyl LP pressing. Along with A Date With Elvis, 1959's For LP Fans Only is one of the most important special productions of the young King of Rock 'n' Roll. Because Elvis Presley had been conscripted into the US Army, no new recordings could take place, and so record producers delved deep into the sound archives and dug out a few singles from his Sun Records days, mixed them with a couple of early RCA songs and a number from the Love Me Tender soundtrack, and, presto a new Elvis LP was born. The overwhelming success of this album is not solely confined to the stylistic homogeneity of this collection of fresh, youthful songs. Far more, it's because for many fans the record offered the only substitution for the highly coveted but rare original singles "That's All Right," "Mystery Train" and "My Baby Left Me."