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Format: CD
Sku: 60613501
UPC: 828765110822
UPC 14: 00828765110822
Release Date: 10/7/2003
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Song Listing

Disc 1
Song Title
1. That's All Right ~ Elvis Presley
2. I Forgot To Remember To Forget ~ Elvis Presley
3. Blue Suede Shoes ~ Elvis Presley
4. I Want You, I Need You, I Love You ~ Elvis Presley
5. Love Me ~ Elvis Presley
6. Mean Woman Blues ~ Elvis Presley
7. Loving You ~ Elvis Presley
8. Treat Me Nice ~ Elvis Presley
9. Wear My Ring Around Your Neck ~ Elvis Presley
10. King Creole ~ Elvis Presley
11. Trouble ~ Elvis Presley
12. I Got Stung ~ Elvis Presley
13. I Need Your Love Tonight ~ Elvis Presley
14. Mess Of Blues, A ~ Elvis Presley
15. I Feel So Bad ~ Elvis Presley
16. Little Sister ~ Elvis Presley
17. Rock-A-Hula Baby ~ Elvis Presley
18. Bossa Nova Baby ~ Elvis Presley
19. Viva Las Vegas ~ Elvis Presley
20. If I Can Dream ~ Elvis Presley
21. Memories ~ Elvis Presley
22. Don't Cry Daddy ~ Elvis Presley
23. Kentucky Rain ~ Elvis Presley
24. You Don't Have To Say You Love Me ~ Elvis Presley
25. American Trilogy, An ~ Elvis Presley
26. Always On My Mind ~ Elvis Presley
27. Promised Land ~ Elvis Presley
28. Moody Blue ~ Elvis Presley
29. I'm A Roustabout - (previously unreleased) ~ Elvis Presley
30. Rubberneckin' - (Paul Oakenfold remix) ~ Elvis Presley
 
The follow-up album to 2002's #1 multi-platinum selling Elvis 30 #1 Hits with over 9 million units sold worldwide!

Elvis 2nd To None features an exciting new remix of "Rubberneckin'" by superstar DJ and producer Paul Oakenfold. Also this collection contains a NEVER BEFORE HEARD and RECENTLY DISCOVERED SONG originally written as the title track for the film Roustabout in 1964. Put aside because of the lyric "stick it in your ear," it has been lost for almost 40 years.

Features:

  • 5 #1s not on Elvis 30 #1 Hits
  • Major hit singles, career milestones and fan favorites
  • All-time Elvis classics such as "Blue Suede Shoes" and "Viva Las Vegas"
  • The same engineering, mixing and mastering techniques as 30 #1 Hits to create the most modern sounding Elvis possible
  • A beautiful 24-page booklet with liner notes by Peter Guralnick, author of Last Train To Memphis and Careless Love a two volume biography of Elvis Presley
  • Album Notes and Credits


    Notes & Personnel Info
    Muze PNote Personnel includes: Elvis Presley (vocals, guitar); The Jordanaires, The Amigos, The Sweet Inspirations.
    Muze PNote Compilation producers: Ernst Mikael Jorgensen, Ray Bardani.
    Muze PNote Includes liner notes by Peter Guralnick.
    Muze PNote Personnel: Ben Speer, Gordon Stoker, Brock Speer (vocals); Myrna Smith, J.D. Sumner, Kathy Westmoreland, The Blossoms, The Stamps, The Sweet Inspirations (background vocals).
    Muze PNote Audio Mixer: Ray Bardani.
    Muze PNote Audio Remixer: Paul Oakenfold.
    Muze PNote Liner Note Authors: Ernst Mikael Jorgensen; Peter Guralnick.
    Muze PNote Recording information: 07/05/1954-02/04/1976.
    Muze PNote Author: Sam Phillips .
    Muze PNote Unknown Contributor Roles: Los Amigos; The Jordanaires; Millie Kirkham.
    Muze PNote With the international chart-topping success of ELVIS: 30 #1 HITS, the handlers of Elvis Presley's estate attempt to capture lightning in a bottle again with ELVIS: 2ND TO NONE. This compilation does not disappoint, thanks to a mix of number one hits, miscellaneous movie numbers and much-loved favorites. There's even a Paul Oakenfold remix of "Rubberneckin'" that seeks to replicate the success of the JXL radio edit remix of "A Little Less Conversation" from the aforementioned anthology.
    Muze PNote With this chronologically arranged track listing, it's interesting to trace the King's musical influences, be it Arthur "Big Boy" Crudup ("That's All Right"), Charlie Feathers ("I Forgot to Remember to Forget"), or Carl Perkins ("Blue Suede Shoes"). Likewise for the stable of songwriters he drew from, including the teams of Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller ("Love Me," "Loving You") and Doc Pomus and Mort Shuman ("Little Sister," "A Mess of Blues"). Most impressive are the nuggets plucked off numerous Presley soundtracks, including JAILHOUSE ROCK, FUN IN ACAPULCO, VIVA LAS VEGAS and BLUE HAWAII. Toss in the previously unreleased "I'm a Roustabout," and 2ND TO NONE becomes an essential for diehard and casual Elvis fans alike.

    Musical Guests
    Muze Guest Artist The Jordanaires

    Compilation Appearances

    Muze Music Compilations Forrest Gump-Special Collector's Edition (Bonus Tracks)
    Muze Music Compilations Miracle On 34th Street
    Muze Music Compilations Now That's What I Call Christmas!
    Muze Music Compilations Now & Forever (Bonus Tracks)
    Muze Music Compilations Sun Records 50th Anniversary
    Muze Music Compilations Classic Country Christmas
    Muze Music Compilations Country's 20 Classic Gospel Songs Of
    Muze Music Compilations Memphis Celebrates 50 Years Of Rock
    Muze Music Compilations Casey Kasem: All-Time Christmas Favorites
    Muze Music Compilations Classic Country: Great Country Gospel / Vario
    Muze Music Compilations Complete Million Dollar Sessions: 50th Anniversary
    Muze Music Compilations Forever Neil Diamond / Variou
    Muze Music Compilations Rockin Bones: 1950S Punk & Rockabilly
    Muze Music Compilations Now That's What I Call Christmas Vol 3
    Muze Music Compilations This Is Remixed Hits Mashups Rare
    Muze Music Compilations Elvis At The Movies
    Muze Music Compilations Psychobilly Box:rockabilly Roots Ho
    Muze Music Compilations Lilo & Stitch
    Muze Music Compilations Vol 1-1956 British Hit Parade
    Muze Music Compilations Malt Shop Memories Box Set
    Muze Music Compilations Classic Country Christmas
    Muze Music Compilations Rachel Ray:how Cool Is That Christmas
    Muze Music Compilations The Essential Now That's What I Call Christmas
    Muze Music Compilations Andrew Lloyd Webber 60
    Muze Music Compilations Cadillac Records (Music From The Motion Picture) ( Deluxe Version)
    Muze Music Compilations Now That's What I Call Country Christ
    Muze Music Compilations Casual Victim Pile:austin 2010
    Muze Music Compilations Doors Jukebox
    Muze Music Compilations Sun Records Greatest Hits
    Muze Music Compilations Martha Stewart Living Music:tradition
    Muze Music Compilations Now 36
    Muze Music Compilations Men Of Christmas
    Muze Music Compilations Ultimate Oldies But Goodies Collectio
    Muze Music Compilations Megamind (Ost)
    Muze Music Compilations No Strings Attached (Ost)
    Muze Music Compilations Paul Mccartney's Jukebox
    Muze Music Compilations Country's Greatest Gospel:platinum Ed
    Muze Music Compilations Sun 60Th Anniversary
    Muze Music Compilations Greetings From New Orleans
    Muze Music Compilations 60'S Music Revolution
    Muze Music Compilations America's Greatest Hits 1960
    Muze Music Compilations Rock N Roll Explosion
    Muze Music Compilations America's Greatest Hits 1961
    Muze Music Compilations British Hit Parades:hits We M 1954-59
    Muze Music Compilations Golden Age Of Country:crazy Arms
    Muze Music Compilations America's Greatest Hits:1959
    Muze Music Compilations Romantically Yours
    Muze Music Compilations Dick Clark's Jukebox Gems
    Muze Music Compilations Basement Tapes Influences
    Muze Music Compilations 62 British Hit Parade:b Sides Pt2 May
    Muze Music Compilations 62 British Hit Parade:pt2 May-sept
    Muze Music Compilations America's Greatest Hits:1962
    Muze Music Compilations Anyone Who Had A Heart
    Muze Music Compilations Romancing The 60S
    Muze Music Compilations America's Greatest Hits:1958
    Muze Music Compilations Classic Christmas Album:martina Mcbri
    Muze Music Compilations 1960 British Hit Parade:b Sides Pt 2
    Muze Music Compilations Greatest Ever Party Album
    Muze Music Compilations R&b No 1s Of The 50s
    Muze Music Compilations Portrait Of Dylan:influences 1969-70
    Muze Music Compilations Box Set Series:joy Of Christmas
    Muze Music Compilations America's Greatest Hits:1957
    Muze Music Compilations Box Set Series:country Hits Of '60s &
    Muze Music Compilations Big Hits Of Yesterday
    Muze Music Compilations Country Top Hits Of The 50's
    Muze Music Compilations Decade Of Hits:60s
    Muze Music Compilations Decade Of Hits:50s
    Muze Music Compilations America's Greatest Hits:1956
    Muze Music Compilations Ultimate Christmas 2

    Associated Artists and Works

    13 Cats
    Love, Elvis ~ Adair, Beegie
    Elvis Vs. Spankocx Presley
    Feliciano, Jose
    Haggard, Merle
    Kool Kats
    McDowell, Ronnie
    Original Soundtrack
    Blue Hawaii [Expanded] [Remaster] ~ Original Soundtrack
    The Collection: Elvis Presley/Elvis/Loving You [Bo ~ Original Soundtrack
    Viva Las Vegas ~ Original Soundtrack
    Elvis: Viva Las Vegas ~ Original Soundtrack
    Quality Singers (The)
    Spankox

    Technical Info

    Music Release Date Release Date : 10/07/2003
    Music Original Release Date Original Release Date : 2003
    Music CatalogId Catalog ID : 51108
    Music Label Name Label : BMG Heritage
    Music Number of Discs Number of Discs : 1
    Music Studio or Live Studio/Live : Studio
    Music Mono or Stereo Mono/Stereo : Stereo
    Music SPAR code SPAR Code : n/a
    Music UPC UPC : 00828765110822

    Bio

    Elvis Presley

    Elvis Aaron Presley, known the world over by just his first name, is regarded as one of the most important figures in 20th century music and popular culture. He permanently altered the landscape of American music with a sound and style that uniquely combined diverse and seemingly disparate musical influences. In the process, he ushered in a music revolution that triggered a global-scale cultural transformation.

    Elvis was passionate about an extensive and varied array of music. His influences included the pop ballads and country music of his day, the gospel music he heard in church and at the all-night gospel sings he frequently attended, and the black R&B he absorbed on Memphis’ historic Beale Street as a teenager. His aspiration was to take the music that affected him and make it his own. Nobody could have predicted how successfully Elvis would achieve his ambition, or the impact he would have on music and society. He meshed a diversity of musical influences, creating a sound and style that had never been heard or seen. In the process, he became the first genuine Rock & Roll icon, providing a new generation with a unique sound to call its own. Elvis’ career experienced ebbs and flows, but there are two defining periods in his musical history: 1955-56, when he achieved national and worldwide recognition with a sound that blurred the lines between genres; and in the 1970’s when, after two separate comebacks, he established an iconic image through extensive touring and elaborate performances. Today, 26 years after his death, his success as an artist stands untouched and Elvis Presley remains the undisputed King of Rock & Roll™.

    Elvis’ career was not born with Rock & Roll. In his earliest recordings with Sam Phillips at Sun Records in 1954, Elvis sang one ballad after another. He failed, however, to impress Phillips who thought the raw talent before him could not compete with the polished likes of Eddie Fisher, Dean Martin and Johnny Ray – the definitive crooners of the day. Fooling around between takes, Elvis jumped into an unrehearsed version of blues man Arthur Crudups’ "That’s All Right." The sound – a white man singing black-influenced music – was precisely what Phillips was waiting for and anxious to promote.

    The sound Elvis created in 1954-55, just before exploding onto the scene the next year, was revolutionary. In his earliest performances, Elvis added R&B to country and vice versa, melding musical genres that, previously, had remained distinct. Elvis, while criticized for eradicating the narrowly defined and independent pop and country music genres of the times, was paving the way for the full-fledged introduction of a new musical style that was to be known the world over as rock & roll.

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