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Elvis Presley

Where No One Stands Alone

Elvis Presley - Where No One Stands Alone 01. Elvis Presley - I've Got Confidence (3:35) 02. Elvis Presley With Lisa Marie Presley - Where No One Stands Alone (3:41) 03. Elvis Presley - Saved (3:32) 04. Elvis Presley - Crying In the Chapel (2:35) 05. Elvis Presley - So High (2:44) 06. Elvis Presley - Stand By Me (2:48) 07. Elvis Presley - Bosom of Abraham (2:24) 08. Elvis Presley - How Great Thou Art (3:09) 09. Elvis Presley - I, John (3:07) 10. Elvis Presley - You'll Never Walk Alone (3:06) 11. Elvis Presley - He Touched Me (3:06) 12. Elvis Presley - In the Garden (3:55) 13. Elvis Presley - He Is My Everything (3:05) 14. Elvis Presley - Amazing Grace (3:31)
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Nr kat.: SICP5847
Label  : SONY (Japan)

AllMusic Review by Stephen Thomas Erlewine [-] Although it's not produced by the same team, it's best to view Where No One Stands Alone as part of the lineage that stretches back to 2016's The Wonder of You. That album, executive produced by Priscilla Presley, dressed original Presley recordings in overdubs by the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra. It was so successful -- it topped the U.K. charts -- that three sequels were commissioned before the formula was changed for 2018's Where No One Stands Alone. This record follows the same principle as its predecessors, but the focus is shifted: this time, original Elvis Presley gospel recordings are given new instrumental overdubs. Same idea, but the intention is different: the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra records were purposeful schlock, but this attempts to modernize Elvis gospel sides, most of which were recorded in the late '60s or early '70s. The basic arrangements and many of the instruments remain in place, but the polish is slick and punchy, moving these tracks ever so slightly away from Southern gospel and into CCM. It's a subtle shift but it's a notable one, creating an uncanny valley effect: it seems like it's the real Elvis but there's enough distance between the original elements and the new material to show it's not. Comparatively, it's better than the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra records, but there's also less reason to hear this, as it's so similar to the originals, why not put those on instead?


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