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Elvis Presley

Every album Elvis ever made, and then some, the stars of new 60-CD box set. That's all right, indeed

Every album Elvis ever made, and then some, the stars of new 60-CD box set. That's all right, indeed

Most people who know anything about Elvis Presley know that his career ignited in 1954 with his recording of the old Arthur "Big Boy" Crudup blues song "That's All Right." It became a signature number in his live shows, and it was something fans always waited for in the last years of his life during his seemingly endless stream of concerts in Las Vegas.

Yet it was several years before anyone living outside the vicinity of Memphis, Tenn., where he recorded that number at Sam Phillips' Sun Studio, knew anything about "That's All Right."

"'That's All Right' is widely acknowledged as the beginning of the explosion...

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