TUPELO'S OWN ELVIS PRESLEY
Limited Edition Version
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NEVER BEFORE HAVE WE SEEN AN ELVIS CONCERT FROM THE 50s WITH SOUND. UNTIL NOW!
CONTAINS: Recently discovered
UNRELEASED FILM with sound
of Elvis performing 6 songs live in Tupelo Mississippi 1956. Further
unseen footage contains backstage, evening show, parade and many
PLUS: Interview with Elvis at the 1957 Tupelo show,
NEVER BEFORE HEARD! and includes footage from the
The DVD Audio section contains 21 tracks of the two shows from Tupelo
SPECIAL LIMITED EDITION
BONUS: A 200 page detailed book with hundreds of
unpublished photographs, rare materials and artifacts from the Tupelo
1) Tupelo Welcomes Home Elvis Presley
UNRELEASED footage of the
Parade in Tupelo on 26th September 1956 as well as some backstage footage
with Elvis. The audio accompanying the clip are the interviews with
Elvis, Vernon and Gladys Presley, Nick Adams and Judy Hopper.
7 min 41
2) Tupelos Own Elvis Presley UNRELEASED film from the
afternoon performance ‘The Mississippi-Alabama Fair and Dairy
Show’ at the Fairgrounds in Tupelo Mississippi on 26th September
13 min 09 sec.
1. Heartbreak Hotel
2. Long Tall Sally
3. Presentation to the City
4. I Was The One
*5. I Want Need Love You
& I Got a Woman
6. Don’t Be Cruel
*7. Hound Dog
* Songs available in parts as no footage
3) Tupelo Evening Show Clip - UNRELEASED footage from the
evening performance. 0.46 sec.
4) Original Fox Movie tone News Reel
1956 – 1 min 24 sec.
5) Elvis in Tupelo 1957 - Includes an
UNRELEASED AUDIO interview
with Elvis Presley and Anita Wood. The footage contains performance clips
from the 27th September 1957 show as well as backstage and more. 10 mins
Total Running Time: 33 minutes 12
Date: 26th SEPTEMBER 1956.
Venue: The Mississippi - Alabama Fair and Dairy show.
Place: Fairgrounds, Tupelo, Mississippi.
All tracks accompanied with photographs
Total running time
* Explaination of DVD Audio at bottom of page.
01 Heartbreak Hotel
02 Long Tall Sally
03 Presentation Key To The City
04 I Was The One
05 I Want You, I Need You , I Love You
07 I Got a Woman
08 Don't Be Cruel
09 Ready Teddy
10 Love Me Tender
11 Hound Dog
12 Love Me Tender
13 I Was The One
14 I Got a Woman
16 Don't Be Cruel
17 Blue Suede Shoes
19 Baby, Let's Play House
20 Hound Dog
PLUS: LIMITED EDITION BONUS|
The Book - Tupelo’s Own Elvis Presley
The book contains nearly 200 pages of
Elvis in his birthtown of Tupelo Mississippi. Born into plainness poverty
in 1935, Elvis and his parents left Tupelo in 1948 for a better life in
Memphis. Elvis triumphantly returns to Tupelo like a tornado in 1956 for
a welcome reception bigger than that of President Franklin
Roosevelt’s visit to the city in 1934. The book is written by
Tupelo’s own Roy Turner, Elvis/Tupelo historian.
See the hundreds of photographs of
Elvis both on stage and backstage from the Tupelo events of 1956 and
1957. Included are many unpublished photographs, ticket stubs, newspaper
articles and recently just found, the first known Elvis signature seen
here all FOR THE FIRST TIME
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*DVD-Audio Explained :
DVD-Audio is a format for
delivering high-fidelity audio content on a Disc. It offers many channels
FROM MONO to 5.1 surround sound in either
Mono or Stereo at various sampling frequencies and
sample rates. Compared to the CD format, the DVD format enables far
higher audio quality. The format on this particular disc has nothing to
do with reprocessing sound into stereo, pro logic nor has sound been
remixed in any way. The sound on this disc is completely natural MONO and
the sampling rate given is at its highest quality never before released
which is not capable on the CD format.
Sampling rates on a CD today is
now considered limited, where as on the DVD- Audio format it can be 16,
20 or 24 bit, with sampling rates of 44.1, 48, 88.2, 96, 176.4 or 192
kHz. Different sampling sizes and frequencies can be used on a single
disc. Audio is stored on the disc in LPCM format which is
UNCOMPRESSED or LOSSLESSLY COMPRESSED
unlike the CD format.
The DVD-Audio player may downmix
surround sound to two-channel stereo or mono if the listener does not
have a surround sound setup. The downmix capability is limited to
two-channels not to other configurations, such as 4.1. With this, it is
still different to a normal CD except in that you are still getting a
much higher sampling rate.
DVD-Audio discs commonly contain
Dolby Digital of the audio (with lossy compression, usually downsampled
to lower sampling sizes and frequencies) in the DVD-Video section. The
downsampled sizes are still of higher quality than the CD format. This is
done to ensure compatibility with DVD-Video players that do not include