From the Sun Vaults Vol. 1

   

February 1, 2013
 

NEW CD "FROM THE SUN VAULTS VOL. 1" READY TO ORDER

 

TRACKLISTING
01 Jambalaya 02:27
02 Take These Chains 02:31
03 Your Cheatin' Heart 03:16
04 Cold Cold Heart 03:03
05 Half As Much 02:55
06 I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry 04:19
07 Lovesick Blues FM 02:36
08 Face To Face And Heart To Heart 02:52
09 I'll Take What's Left Of You 02:29
10 Leave It Like It Is 03:30
11 I Can Help 03:09
12 Love Is In The Air 03:12
13 These Sometimes 02:56
14 Night Of The Rain 03:11
15 That's All She Wrote 03:12
16 Rock It Billy Rock It 03:10
17 Lying Eyes 04:10
18 Old Time Rock 02:30
19 Out Of The Blue 03:27
20 Run Fool Run 02:31
21 Strangers 02:17
22 Moment Of Weakness 02:40
23 The Other Side Of You 02:49
24 Treat Her Right 03:47

 

As you can see of the tracklist not ALL of the songs are unreleased. It was decided to include "These Sometimes" and "Night of The Rain" because it shows Jimmys talent as a songwriter and they are great songs. The first seven songs are duets with Jim Owens.

 

The CD is available as the previous releases through Graceland Randers

Order here Graceland Randers for 30.-$

     
Promo Nashville South  
October 1, 2011

NEW CD "LIVE AT NASHVILLE SOUTH '77" OUT NOW!

by Dradco Records

Highly recommended! Audience recording in very good sound quality and rare performed songs! incl. 8 page booklet with many rare photographs.

Listen to preview here

order by sending 49.- $ by PaPal to: dokkeberg@hotmail.com

or

at www.elvisunlimited.com

     
     
October 6 , 2010

NEW CD "ON THE ROAD AGAIN" OUT NOW!

by Dradco Records

New CD with an unreleased live concert from Jackson, TN, recorded march 13, 1981

Order at www.elvisunlimited.com

TRACKLISTING

01 Opening Riff
02 Rockabilly Rebel
03 Got You On My Mind
04 Crazy Arms
05 On The Road Again
06 Bitter They Are, Harder They Fall
07 Something Baby I Like
08 Memphis Sun
09 A Stranger In My Place
10 Introduction Of Universe
11 Crazy Little Thing Called Love
12 Susie Q
13 Long Tall Sally
14 San Francisco Is A Lonely Town
15 Texas Tea
16 Just A Closer Walk With Thee
17 Love Is In The Air (inc.)

     
 
September 19 , 2010

NEW CD "LIVE IN CONCERT 1979" OUT by Boblo Records

Order at www.orionjimmyellis.com

From the press release:
This is the one!! The first ever CD release on the historic Boblo label!! From 1979, this was Orion's debut concert in Athens, Alabama prior to his move to Nashville to full-fill the Orion legend on Sun Records with Shelby Singleton. Orion is backed by the powerful band Universe put together by Nick Scott who also produced some of Orion's recordings. This CD is a prime example of the dedication and hard work Boblo President, Bobby Smith put into his artists. Although he turned down a 17-year old Jimmy Ellis in 1963 and again in 1977, Bobby produced some of Orion's best material at Sun Studios, as well as the Ellis Sings Elvis LP in Brunswick, GA that is a huge collector's item today. 

Although there is a minor 1/2 second blip after the music break on the "I Forgot to Remember to Forget" track, the CD is just outstanding....the liner notes give a concise history of Bobby Smith's Orion experience. After all, Bobby and Nick Scott were there throughout all the Orion days and nights with Sun Records.

This CD is part of history that all Orion fans will enjoy for many years!! Thanks, Bobby Smith!

TRACKLISTING:
01 Breezin' (instrumental by Universe)
02 Tulsa Time (by Universe feat. Dennis Benson)
03 You can't judge a book
04 Baby you got it
05 You don't have to say you love me
06 Save the last dance for me
07 Snowbird
08 Secret love
09 Sweet Caroline
10 Mona Lisa
11 I believe
12 Maybelline
13 I forgot to remember to forget
14 Games you've been playin'
15 My way
16 Just a closer walk with thee

All tracks previously released except 1 & 2. Tracks 3 - 12 & 16 are concert rehearsals released on Chet Bennett - CD "A voice from the past". Tracks 13 - 15 are the Boblo studio recordings. All tracks have overdubbed applause.

     
   
 September 5 , 2009

NEW CD-SINGLE "GEORGIA PINES" OUT NOW!

Buy it here: www.playgroundrecordingstudio.com

Info from Playground Recording Studio: Is the Jimmy Ellis version identical to the "JE at Playground Recording Studio" CD released in 2006?-> NO! It is a complete(!) new mix from the multisession tape with MUCH superior sound quality and a different lead vocal fade.What about the other three takes of Georgia Pines on the CD?-> Track 2 has Jimmy Louis (well known performer/songwriter from Kansas) on lead, same Beaverteeth backing track-> Track 3 has Charlie Silva (drummer of Beaverteeth) on lead - that's the original-> Track 4 is the beautiful backing track only with the harmonies on the fade - slightly different mastered than the three takes with a lead vocal. The CD booklet features the complete song lyrics, so everyone could sing along if he like to.Why should I buy the new release?-> First: The song "Georgia Pines" is an important part of American music history. Everyone who grow up in the South in the late 1960's remember this song - either by the James Gang with Wilbur Walton Jr. on lead or the version by the Candymen (Roy Orbison's band). It's really THE HYMN OF THE SOUTH, which is back again after more than 40 years. Second: The whole mastering and mixing process was done by todays highest professional studio standards using the best studio equipment from the vintage and modern world. It took more than three months(!) before the team achieved the result they were looking for - not that usual overcompressed flat and dead sound of so many todays releases, but a warm and tender sound with tons of dynamic range and details to listen to. Prominent people who already had a chance to listen to were stunned by it's sheer quality, both in technical and artistically way.One final note by famous Buddy Buie - one of the songwriters of "Georgia Pines".-> "I remember being in NYC broke,homesick,locked out of my hotel room for non-payment, and dejected. That day I wrote "Georgia Pines".This song was straight from the heart. I was surrounded by concrete and steel, longing for fresh air, green trees and farmland. When I did get back to Dothan, I sang it to John Rainey Adkins and he loved it. He helped me finish it. Later, I recorded it with Wilbur Walton. I am honored that the Germans call it "The Hymn of The South". I'm sure Wilbur feels the same......Buddy."

 

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