Elvis Presley discography


Elvis Presley discography

Infobox Artist Discography
Artist = Elvis Presley
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Caption = Elvis in 1970
Studio = 76
EP = 3
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Compilation = 11
Live = 7
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Singles = 102
Soundtrack = 19
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The official American discography of Elvis Presley starts on July 19, 1954, with the release of his first commercial single, and ends in February of 1978, with the release of "Unchained Melody" backed with "Softly As I Leave You," the final single attached to a project Presley himself knew about in the planning stages prior to his death in August 1977, the concert album "Elvis In Concert". Without including album reissues, during this period American Presley releases consisted of 102 singles, 30 Extended Play singles, and 72 albums on RCA Records; four albums on the Pickwick budget label; and five singles on the Sun Records label.

Breakdown

Albums

The album list categorizes releases into the following subsets: studio albums; soundtracks; live albums; compilations; and budget issues, mostly on the RCA subsidiary label, Camden. Standard compilations sold at regular retail prices, and were often collections of singles or, in the case of "A Date with Elvis", "For LP Fans Only", and "Elvis for Everyone", were product assembled by RCA when Presley was either performing his military service, or concentrating on his film and soundtrack work. Budget issues sold at reduced retail prices, and were of shorter than standard running time. When RCA instituted its compact disc reissue program in the 1990s, it ignored the budget issues, and realized a different series of compilations. Not included in this discography are "RCA Special Product" releases made through Time-Life, Reader's Digest, or through album clubs.

The 1969 double album "From Memphis to Vegas/From Vegas to Memphis" was reissued one year later, separated into the studio and the concert disks, and appears on the discography in its separated incarnation. The "Having Fun With Elvis On Stage" album, originally on the Colonel's personal imprint Boxcar Records, is a recording of just Presley's on-stage patter and contains no music at all. It was standard practice for soundtrack albums to be augmented by non-soundtrack studio recordings, if necessary, to bring the running time up to acceptable levels. Of the albums, only the seasonal album "Elvis Sings The Wonderful World of Christmas" and the budget LPs "Elvis' Christmas Album" from 1970, "Pure Gold", and the Pickwick Records issues did not make the Billboard Top Pop Albums chart, Presley the leader in most number of charting albums in history. He is second only to The Beatles for most weeks at #1 on the LP chart.

One notable aspect of Presley's recording career is that, unlike most of his contemporaries such as Chuck Berry, Bill Haley & His Comets, Little Richard and Jerry Lee Lewis, Presley rarely recorded new versions of any of his songs in a studio setting. A few exceptions exist such as "Blue Suede Shoes" which he recorded in 1956 and again in 1960 for the soundtrack of "G.I. Blues", and "Love Letters", a 1966 single Presley later re-recorded for a 1971 album. As such, unlike his contemporaries, Presley's discography lacks any "Greatest Hits" album consisting of re-recordings, although live performances of his hits were released during and after his lifetime.

A separate section catalogues posthumous releases, confined mostly to the compact disc era. The number of Presley reissues and repackages since his death are in the hundreds, new ones being configured by RCA as old ones go out of print, and are currently beyond the scope of this discography to tally beyond the historically significant and noteworthy.

Extended plays

The EP was introduced by RCA Records in the early 1950s as part of its format war with Columbia Records, which had unveiled the LP album in 1948. EPs typically played at 45 rpm on seven-inch (18cm) discs as did normal singles, generally with two but on occasion three songs per side, the extended playing time achieved at the loss of groove width and fidelity. The format was mostly discontinued by the mid-1960s, reappearing in the late-1970s as a ten-inch mini-LP at 33⅓ rpm.

In the beginning, extended play releases could be listed by "Billboard" on both its singles chart and on its album chart. From September 1957 through 1962 "Billboard" maintained a separate EP Chart during the commercial heyday of the format. After, EPs charted exclusively on the "Billboard" 200, where they are included to this day.

ingles

In the 1950s, singles were more important sales items in rock and roll than albums, Presley being the sole rock and roll performer of that era who also sold albums in great quantity. This remained the case for most rock artists until 1968, when album sales exceeded singles sales in terms of total units for the first time since the introduction of the long-playing album in 1948. [MacDonald, Ian. "Revolution in the Head: The Beatles' Records and the Sixties." New York: Henry Holt and Co., 1994; ISBN 0-8050-2780-7, p. 296] Shortly after acquiring Presley's contract from Sam Phillips at Sun Records, RCA reissued every one of the five Sun singles on its own label.

Of the singles, 82 appeared on the "Billboard" Pop Singles chart, with 71 of those making the Top 40, and with 14 topping the chart. In addition, until late 1968 when "Billboard" discontinued charting b-sides independently, 40 flipsides made the singles chart, with 24 of those reaching the Top 40, and one topping the charts, the b-side of "Don't Be Cruel," "Hound Dog." From 1956 through early 1962, Presley also achieved the unique distinction that, with the exception of the seven records released simultaneously on one day in August of 1956, not only did every one of his first 24 major label singles reach the top five, but each of the b-sides except for three made the Top 40. This discography does not include the myriad singles released posthumously in various markets around the world, except for the two issued within a year after his death and generally considered part of his lifetime official discography by Presley biographers such as Ernst Jorgensen, the producer of his box sets.

RIAA Certifications

The Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) first began tracking sales of Elvis Presley in 1958, who didn't receive his first Gold Record award until 1960. On March 27, 1992, the RIAA certified (or re-certified) 37 of Elvis Presley's albums, taking his American total to 57× platinum. On July 15, 1999, based on 79 certified recordings the figure stood at 92× platinum, with an estimated 35 million albums sold in the U.S alone during those seven years between the two certifications. The most recent album sales figures date to December 13, 2005, with an additional 33 million albums sold in six years, taking his total U.S tally to 125× platinum, based on 95 certified recordings.cite web|url=http://www.elvis.com/elvisology/elvis_records.asp|title=Gold and Platinum Records|publisher=Elvis Presley Enterprises, Inc.|accessdate=2008-09-22]

Between 1958 and 1992, 57 million albums were shipped in the U.S. Between 1992 and 2008, 68 million albums were shipped in the U.S., the King proving even more successful as a dead icon than a live performer. Total record sales to date in all formats: estimated at over 1.8 billion worldwide.cite web|url=http://www.elvis.com/elvisology/faq/faq.asp?qid=8|title=Status of Elvis' record sales and gold & platinum record award certifications.|publisher=Elvis Presley Enterprises, Inc.|accessdate=2008-09-22]

Career releases

The following are album titles, release dates, the highest chart ranking on the Billboard Top 200 and Country album charts, and RIAA certification (if applicable)

tudio albums

*"Elvis Presley" (March 23, 1956) US #1 (10 weeks)- Gold
*"Elvis" (October 19, 1956) US #1 (5 weeks)- Gold
*"Elvis' Christmas Album" (October 15, 1957) US #1 (4 weeks)- 9× Platinum
*"Elvis Is Back!" (April 8, 1960) US #2 - Gold
*"His Hand in Mine" (November 10, 1960) US #13 - Platinum
*"Something for Everybody" (June 17, 1961) US #1 (3 weeks) - Gold
*"Pot Luck" (June 5, 1962) US #4
*"How Great Thou Art" (February 20, 1967) US #18 - 2× Platinum
*"From Elvis in Memphis" (June 17, 1969) US #13, Country #2 - Gold
*"From Memphis to Vegas/From Vegas to Memphis" (November 1969) studio and live recordings- US #12, Country #5 - Gold
*"Back In Memphis" (November, 1970) - reissue of studio part of the "From Memphis To Vegas/From Vegas To Memphis" double album
*"Elvis Country (I'm 10,000 Years Old)" (January 2, 1971) US #12, Country #6 - Gold
*"Love Letters from Elvis" (June 16, 1971) US #33, Country #12
*"Elvis Sings The Wonderful World of Christmas" (October 20, 1971) - 3× Platinum
*"Elvis Now" (February 20, 1972) US #43, Country #45 - Gold
*"He Touched Me" (April 3, 1972) US #79, Country #32 - Platinum
*"Elvis ("Fool" album)" (July 16, 1973) US #52, Country #8
*"Raised on Rock/For Ol' Times Sake" (October 1, 1973) US #50
*"Good Times" (March 20, 1974) US #90, Country #5
*"Promised Land" (January 8, 1975) US #47, Country #1 (1 week)
*"Today" (May 7, 1975) US #57, Country #4
*"From Elvis Presley Boulevard, Memphis, Tennessee" (May 20, 1976) US #41, Country #1 (4 weeks) - Gold
*"Moody Blue" (June 19, 1977) US #3, Country #1 (10 weeks) - live and studio tracks - 2× Platinum

oundtracks

*"Loving You" (July 1, 1957) US #1 (10 weeks)- Gold
*"King Creole" (August, 1958) US #2 - Gold
*"G.I. Blues" (October 1, 1960) US #1 (10 weeks) - Platinum
*"Blue Hawaii" (October 1, 1961) US #1 (20 weeks) - 3× Platinum
*"Girls! Girls! Girls!" (November 9, 1962) US #3 - Gold
*"It Happened at the World's Fair" (April 10, 1963) US #4
*"Fun in Acapulco" (November 1, 1963) US #3
*"Kissin' Cousins" (April 2, 1964) US #6
*"Roustabout" (October 20, 1964) US #1 (1 week) - Gold
*"Girl Happy" (March 1, 1965) US #8 - Gold
*"Harum Scarum" (November 3, 1965) US #8
*"Frankie and Johnny" (March 1, 1966) US #20
*"Paradise, Hawaiian Style" (June 10, 1966) US #15
*"Spinout" (October 31, 1966) US #18
*"Double Trouble" (June 1, 1967) US #47
*"Clambake" (October 10, 1967) US #40
*"Speedway" (May 1, 1968) US #82
*"Elvis (NBC-TV Special)" (November 22, 1968) US #8 - TV soundtrack - Platinum
*"That's the Way It Is" (November 11, 1970) US #21, Country #8 - partial soundtrack/live album - Gold

Live albums

*"" (June 23, 1970) US #13, Country #13 - Platinum
*"Elvis In Person at the International Hotel" (November, 1970) - reissue of live part of the "From Memphis To Vegas/From Vegas To Memphis" double album - Gold
*"" (June 18, 1972) US #11, Country #22 - 3× Platinum
*"" (February 4, 1973) US #1 (1 week), Country #1 (4 weeks) - 2 LP TV soundtrack - 5× Platinum
*"" (July 7, 1974) US #33, Country #2 - Gold
*"Having Fun With Elvis On Stage" (August 1974) US #130, Country #9 - spoken word live album
*"Elvis in Concert" (October 3, 1977) US #5, Country #1 (5 weeks) - 2 LP partial TV soundtrack/live album released posthumously - 3× Platinum

Compilations

*"Elvis' Golden Records" (May 21, 1958) US #3 - 6× Platinum
*"For LP Fans Only" (February 6, 1959) US #19
*"A Date with Elvis" (July 24, 1959) US #32
*"" (November 13, 1959) US #31 - Platinum
*"Elvis' Golden Records Volume 3" (August 11, 1963) US #3 - Platinum
*"Elvis for Everyone" (August 10, 1965) US #10 - previously unreleased material
*"Elvis' Gold Records Volume 4" (January 2, 1968) US #33 - Gold
*"" (January 2, 1974) US #43, Country #1 (2 weeks) - with unreleased material - 2× Platinum
*"" (January 8, 1976) US #46, Country #9 - with unreleased material, charted on country charts on 9/10/77 - 2× Platinum
*"The Sun Sessions" (March 22, 1976) US #76, Country #2
*"Welcome to My World" (March 17, 1977) US #44, Country #4 - with one unreleased track - Platinum

Budget issues

*"Elvis Sings Flaming Star [Budget LP on RCA Camden] " (April, 1969) US #96 - mostly previously unreleased material - Platinum
*"Let's Be Friends [Budget LP on RCA Camden] " (April 1970) US #105 - with previously unreleased material - Platinum
*"Worldwide 50 Gold Award Hits Vol. 1" (August 1970) US #45, Country #25 - compilation box set - 2× Platinum
*"Almost in Love [Budget LP on RCA Camden] " (October 1, 1970) US #65 - Platinum
*"Elvis' Christmas Album" (November, 1970) reissue of 1957 Christmas album without gospel songs and "Mama Liked The Roses" added - 9× Platinum
*"You'll Never Walk Alone [Budget LP on RCA Camden] " (March 22, 1971) US #69 - with some unreleased material Platinum - 3× Platinum
*"C'mon Everybody [Budget LP on RCA Camden] " (July 1971) US #70 - Gold
*"The Other Sides - Elvis Worldwide Gold Award Hits Vol. 2" (August 1971) US #120 - compilation box set - Gold
*"I Got Lucky [Budget LP on RCA Camden] " (October 1971) US #104 - Gold
*"Elvis Sings Hits from His Movies, Volume 1 [Budget LP on RCA Camden] " (June 1972) US #87 - Platinum
*"Burning Love and Hits From His Movies, Volume 2 [Budget LP on RCA Camden] " (November 1, 1972) US #22, Country #10 - 2× Platinum
*"Separate Ways [Budget LP on RCA Camden] " (January 1973) US #46, Country #12 - Platinum
*"Almost in Love [reissue of 1970 Budget LP on RCA Camden with one track variation] " (March 1973)
*"Pure Gold" (March 1975) - Country #5 -compilation, charted on country charts 9/10/77 - 2× Platinum
*"Double Dynamite [Budget LP on Pickwick Records] " (December 1975) - 2 LP compilation - Platinum
*"Frankie and Johnny [Budget LP on Pickwick Records] " (November 1976) - edited reissue of 1966 soundtrack album - Platinum
*"Mahalo from Elvis [Budget LP on Pickwick Records] " (July 1978) previously released material with unreleased recordings from the "Aloha From Hawaii" TV special
*"Elvis- A Canadian Tribute [Budget LP on Pickwick Records] " (October 1978) US# 86, Country #7

Extended plays

*"Elvis Presley" [Extended Play EPA 747] (March 1956)-included "Blue Suede Shoes" [# 24 Top 100] - Gold
*"Elvis Presley" [Double EP EPB 1254] (March 1956)-same tracks as album except for "Blue Moon", "Money Honey", "Just Because" and "I Love You Because"
*"Heartbreak Hotel" [EPA 821] (May 1956) included "Money Honey" [# 76] ; EP CHART # 5 - Gold
*"Elvis Presley" [EPA 830] (June 1956) included "Blue Moon" [# 55, Top 100] ; EP CHART # 6 - Gold
*"The Real Elvis" [EPA 940] (October 1956) - Platinum
*"Anyway You Want Me" [EPA 965] (October 1956)included "I Don't Care If The Sun Don't Shine" [# 74]
*"Elvis Vol. 1" [EPA 992] (October 1956) included "Love Me" [# 2] , "When My Blue Moon Turns To Gold Again" [# 19] , & "Paralyzed" [# 59] ; EP CHART # 4 - 2× Platinum
*"Love Me Tender" [EPA 4006] (November 1956) movie soundtrack - "Poor Boy" [#35] ; [EP charted on Top Album charts on 9/2/57 # 22] ; EP CHART # 10 - Platinum
*"Elvis Vol. 2" [EPA 993] (December 1956) included "Old Shep" [# 47] - Gold
*"Strictly Elvis" [EPA 994] (January 1957)
*"Peace In The Valley" [EPA 4054] (April 1957) first gospel recordings -including "Peace In The Valley" [# 39] ; [# 3, Top Album] ; EP CHART # 3 - Platinum
*"Loving You, Vol. I" [EPA 1 1515] (August 1957) songs taken from the movie album - EP CHART # 1 - Gold
*"Loving You, Vol. II" [EPA 2 1515] (August 1957) songs taken from the movie album - [# 18, Top Album] ; EP CHART # 4 - Platinum
*"Just For You" [EPA 4041] (September 1957) [# 16, Top Album] ; EP CHART # 2 - Platinum
*"Elvis Sings Christmas Songs" [LOC 1035] (October 1957) EP CHART # 2 - Platinum
*"Jailhouse Rock" [EPA 4114] (November 1957) movie soundtrack - EP CHART # 1 - 2× Platinum
*"King Creole Vol. 1" [EPA 4319] (July 1958) songs taken from movie album - EP CHART # 1 - Platinum
*"King Creole Vol. 2" [EPA 4321] (August 1958) songs taken from movie album - EP CHART # 1 - Platinum
*"Christmas With Elvis" [EPA 4340] (October 1958)
*"Elvis Sails" [EPA 4325] (December 1958) spoken word album consisting of Elvis interviews as he embarks for Germany - EP CHART # 2
*"A Touch of Gold Vol. 1" [EPA 5088] (April 21, 1959)
*"A Touch of Gold Vol. 2" [EPA 5101] (September 2, 1959)
*"A Touch of Gold Vol. 3" [EPA 5141] (February 1960)
*"Elvis By Request/ Flaming Star" [LPC 128, compact 33 Double] (February 1961) including "Flaming Star" [# 14, Hot 100]
*"Follow That Dream" [EPA 4368] (April 1962) movie soundtrack - "Follow That Dream" [# 15, Hot 100] ; EP CHART # 5 - Platinum
*"Kid Galahad" [EPA 4371] (August 1962) movie soundtrack - "King of the Whole Wide World" [# 15, Hot 100] - Gold
*"Viva Las Vegas" [EPA 4382] (May 1964) movie soundtrack - [# 92, Hot 100]
*"Tickle Me" [EPA 4383] (June 1965) movie soundtrack which consisted of previously released material - [# 70, Hot 100]
*"Easy Come, Easy Go" [EPA 4387] (March 1967) movie soundtrack
*"Aloha From Hawaii Via Satellite" [DTF0-2006, Compact 33 for JukeBox play] (February 1973) taken from TV special and album of same name for play in jukeboxes - tracks included "Something", "You Gave Me A Mountain"; "I Can't Stop Loving You"; "My Way"; "What Now My Love"; "I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry"

ingles

"Chart positions from Billboard Pop Singles Chart except as indicated; even numbered tracks are b-sides of the previous single, which charted independently in Billboard until late 1968. Except for the ten tracks on Sun Records, all catalogue numbers original RCA Records issue. RCA re-released all five Sun Records singles in December, 1955, and the entirety of the Elvis Presley debut album in single form in August 1956."

The 1950s

"*released posthumously"

Posthumous Releases

Box Sets

*"Elvis Aron Presley" (August 1980) 8 LP compilation Live, alternate, single releases - US #27, Country #8 - Platinum
*"A Golden Celebration" (October 1984) 9/26/56 concerts, TV shows, home recordings - US #80, Country #55
*"" (June 23, 1992 - US #159 - 2× Platinum
*"" (September 28, 1993 - Platinum
*"" (October 10, 1995 - Gold
*"" (July 15, 1997) - US #80 - Gold
*"Artist of the Century" (July 13, 1999) - US #163
*"" (September 12, 2000)
*"Live In Las Vegas" (July 10, 2001)
*"Today Tomorrow and Forever" (June 25, 2002) previously unreleased alternate takes (US #180)
*"" (July 1, 2003) - previously unreleased alternate takes
*"Elvis 18 UK Number 1's" (January 25, 2005)
*"Elvis The King" (August 13, 2007)

elect Compilations

*"He Walks Beside Me" (February 1978) Inspirational album previously released tracks - US# 113, Country# 6 - Gold
*"Elvis Sings For Children and Grownups Too" (July 1978) - US# 130, Country # 5
*"" (November 1978) - US# 113, Country # 10 - Gold
*"Our Memories of Elvis" (February 1979) master studio recordings without overdubbing - US# 132, Country # 6 - Gold
*"Our Memories of Elvis Volume 2" (July 1979) master studio recordings without overdubbing - US #157, Country #12
*"Guitar Man (remix)" (January 1981) remix of Elvis original vocals to new backing tracks recorded in Nashville, 1980, produced by Felton Jarvis - US #49, Country #6
*"This Is Elvis" (March 1981) 2 LP motion picture soundtrack - US #115 - Gold
*"Greatest Hits Volume 1" (November 1981) - US #142, Country 47
*"Memories of Christmas" (August 1982) Country # 48 - Gold
*"I Was The One" (April 1983) - US# 183, Country #35
*"" (November 1983)
*"" (February 1984) - US# 163
*"" (July 1984)
*"Elvis' Gold Records Volume 5" (March 1984)- Gold
*"A Valentine Gift For You" (February 1985)
*"Reconsider Baby" (April 1985)
*"The Number One Hits" (June 1987) - US #143 - 3× Platinum
*"The Top Ten Hits" (June 1987) - US #117 - 4× Platinum
*"The Complete Sun Sessions" (June 1987) 2 LP set of Sun Records masters and alternate recordings - Gold
*"Love Me Tender" (July 1987) new compilation - Gold
*"Essential Elvis" (January 1988)
*"Elvis In Nashville" (November 1988)
*"Elvis Presley Stereo '57 (Essential Elvis Vol 2)" (February 1989)
*"The Great Performances" (August 1990) "final album release on vinyl"
*"The Lost Album" (November 12, 1990) - a collection of previously released recordings from the mid-1960s that were intended for an album that was never released
*"Hits Like Never Before (Essential Elvis Vol 3)" (January 1991)
*"Elvis Presley Sings Leiber & Stoller" (April 1991)
*"Collector's Gold" (August 1991)
*"Blue Christmas" (July 14, 1992) - Gold
*"If Everyday Was Like Christmas" (October 1994) compilation of Elvis' Christmas recordings - Platinum
*"" (October 25, 1994) - 2× Platinum
*"Heart and Soul" (January 1995) Country #61 - Gold
*"" (July 18, 1995)
*"Elvis 56" (March 5, 1996)
*"Heartbreak Hotel (CD single" (April, 1996) - Heartbreak Hotel / I Was The One original master and alternate takes
*"A Hundred Years from Now" (June 1996) - previously unissued performances and alternate takes from the June 1970 recording sessions
*"Great Country Songs" (October 1996) Country #73
*"An Afternoon in the Garden" (March 25, 1997) - previously unreleased live performance recorded in 1972 in New York City
*"Tiger Man" (September 15, 1998) - complete performance from second show of comeback special
*"Memories The '68 Comeback Special" (October 13, 1998)
*"Sunrise" (February 9, 1999) - complete Sun Records compilation
*"Suspicious Minds" (April 18, 1999)
*"Tomorrow Is A Long Time" (May 13, 1999)
*"Burning Love" (July 13, 1999)
*"It's Christmas Time" (March 7, 2000) same track listing as "Elvis' Christmas Album" with the addition of "If Everyday Was Like Christmas" - 2X Platinum
*"That's The Way It Is (Special Edition)" (July 11, 2000)
*"White Christmas" (September 26, 2000)
*"Country Side of Elvis" (November 6, 2001)
*"" (September 24, 2002) US #1, Country #1 - 4× Platinum
*"2nd to None" (October 7, 2003) US #3, Country #1 - Platinum
*"Elvis at Sun" (June 22, 2004)
*"Love, Elvis" (January 25, 2005) US #120
*"Elvis by the Presleys" (May 3, 2005) - soundtrack accompaniment to television special - US #15
*"Hitstory" (consists of the compilation of "", "2nd to None" and a new disc "The Story Continues".) (October 11, 2005)
*"The Complete Million Dollar Quartet" (September 19, 2006)
*"Elvis Christmas" (October 3, 2006) US #69
*"The Essential Elvis Presley" (January 9, 2007) US #72

ee also

*Elvis Presley hit singles
*Elvis Presley's Sun recordings
*Alphabetical list of all of Elvis Presley's songs
*Million Dollar Quartet

References

Further reading

*Guralnick, Peter and Jorgensen, Ernst (1999). "Elvis: Day By Day - The Definitive Record of His Life and Music." New York: Ballantine Books. ISBN 0-345-42089-6
*Jorgensen, Ernst (1998). "Elvis Presley: A Life In Music - The Complete Recording Sessions." New York: St. Martin's Press. ISBN 0-312-18572-3

External links

* [http://www.elvisrecordings.com/ Master & Session: Elvis Presley Studio Sessions]
* [http://www.sergent.com.au/elvis/Menu.html Elvis Discography]
* [http://songslyrics.atspace.com/elvispresley Elvis Presley lyrics]
* [http://www.megocollector.com/article.asp Elvis Discography in Pictures and matrices]


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