Elvis' Christmas Album
|Title:||Elvis' Christmas Album|
|Label Number:||none listed|
|This CD was also released
together with "Inspirations" in the
Elvis' Christmas Album was out of print by the late 1960s. Interest in
the album prompted RCA to re-release it in an altered version on its
budget label RCA Camden in November, 1970. This version eliminated the
four gospel tracks from the Peace in the Valley EP and added the 1966
holiday single 'If Every Day Was Like Christmas', along with the 1970
non-seasonal 'Mama Liked the Roses', issued as the flip to Elvis' top
ten single 'The Wonder of You'. With ten tracks and a shorter running
time, it fit the standard for the budget label issues.
The CD release of Elvis' Christmas Album is presented in a deluxe 6 panel digipack and limited to only 300 copies!
|Extra note:||The original album was released in 1990 officially by Rainbow Records / BMG "Elvis' Christmas Album"|