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  1. Moody Blue is the twenty-fourth and final studio album by American singer and musician Elvis Presley, released by RCA Records in July , four weeks before his death. The album was a mixture of live and studio work, and included the four tracks from Presley's final studio recording sessions in October and two tracks left over from the previous Graceland session in February "Moody Blue" .
  2. Jun 28,  · Upon Elvis’ death, RCA went back to pressing Moody Blue on blue vinyl as a tri. Continue Reading. It depends. (This pertains to the US vinyl version, and NOT pressings from other countries!) First, a bit of background about the album: When it was first issued on July 19, , it was issued on blue vinyl, as a novelty measure.
  3. REVIEW: There's a great moment on CD-2 of the new FTD 'Moody Blue' release - two fabulous rehearsals of the funky 'Way Down' start the disc - with Elvis and his band joking amid jamming and a throbbing bass guitar. Take 1 is reminiscent in feel to the funky jam intro to, 'I Got A Feeling In My Body' (Elvis At Stax 3-CD). After the first breakdown, Elvis say's: 'When Briggs fingers start.
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  5. The last Elvis Presley album released in the singer's lifetime, Moody Blue has a somewhat checkered history, especially among fans. Issued two months before Presley died, the album sold moderately well until Presley died -- then it soared up the charts to number three, as his most current album, and it ultimately sold two million copies.4/
  6. The last Elvis Presley album released in the singer’s lifetime, issued two months before Presley died. This ten-song album is a mix of live recordings, interspersed with .
  7. "Moody Blue" is a song made famous by Elvis Presley. The song was written by Mark James who recorded the original version of the song, which reached #15 in South Africa during the summer of James also penned Elvis' "Suspicious Minds"."Moody Blue" was Presley's last No. 1 hit in his lifetime, topping the Billboard magazine Hot Country Singles chart in February ".

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