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Promised Land (Deluxe Version)


Download links and information about Promised Land (Deluxe Version) by Elvis Presley. This album was released in 1975 and it belongs to Rock, Rock & Roll, Pop genres. It contains 18 tracks with total duration of 54:42 minutes.

Artist: Elvis Presley
Release date: 1975
Genre: Rock, Rock & Roll, Pop
Tracks: 18
Duration: 54:42
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No. Title Length
1. Promised Land 2:55
2. There's a Honky Tonk Angel (Who Will Take Me Back In) 3:05
3. Help Me 2:30
4. Mr. Songman 2:07
5. Love Song of the Year 3:34
6. It's Midnight 3:22
7. Your Love's Been a Long Time Coming 3:47
8. If You Talk In Your Sleep 2:35
9. Thinking About You 3:01
10. You Asked Me To 2:52
11. Loving Arms 2:51
12. I Got a Feelin' In My Body 3:34
13. If That Isn't Love 3:33
14. She Wears My Ring 3:22
15. My Boy 3:20
16. Spanish Eyes 2:23
17. Talk About the Good Times 2:38
18. Good Time Charlie's Got the Blues 3:13



Promised Land came from the last recording sessions that Elvis Presley ever had in Memphis, the city where his fame and his legend started. The December 1973 Stax Records studio sessions showed him, as he had on From Elvis in Memphis, reaching out to publishers other than those he owed for songs, and the repertory embraces material by Chuck Berry, Waylon Jennings, and Larry Gatlin, among others. With the best players on hand and an upbeat mood when these songs were cut, and the singer himself lean and rested after a couple of years of concertizing, the vibes throughout this album were positive and then some. Elvis sounds bold and confident in ways that make this album a diverting, if not profoundly exciting experience. It's not as distinctive or as involved a personal document as Elvis Country or the concentrated soul workout of From Elvis in Memphis, but it does feature some fine passionate singing throughout (most notably on "It's Midnight," a wrenching performance). The eight bonus tracks on the spring 2000 remastering (in excellent sound) are drawn from the same sessions but originally appeared on the album Good Times.