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In the ghetto and other songs associated with the King

by Orange

Countrified Elvis tribute. 5 classic tracks from the Elvis Presley catalogue by the best Elvis cover band ever.
Genre: Country: Country Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. In the Ghetto
3:40 $0.99
2. Good Time Charlie's Got the Blues
3:53 $0.99
3. Burning Love
2:51 $0.99
4. True Love Travels On a Gravel Road
3:20 $0.99
5. I'm Movin´on
2:30 $0.99
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Album Notes
Finally a fitting tribute to the King, not burdened with pathetic soundalikes and lookalikes. This is an ultracool, intellectual tribute to the laterday Elvis of the seventies. With its Low-fi country style and beautiful arrangement, this record will give you a completely new picture of Elvis and his music. How come a Swedish band understands an American icon better than the Americans do? Watch This Elvis Tribute on Youtube:

Burning Love http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0xsS6UAK0ws
Baby, Let´s play House http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ORvrIIPpMtA&feature=related
A little Less conversation http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=11KFI3DcfZA&feature=related



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Wery fine work of art!
I got a wery pleasant chock when i listened to this guys! They do a fine tribute to the king! Fine musicians and singer do a wery fine job in this album to give Mr Presley theirs tribute to the best singer in the world! Shortly said: I love this! Keep on doing a fine work guys!

Arne Lund (former president of Swedish Elvis Fan Club)

I'm impressed!
I can only say that I am impressed!. Every track sounds very good. Good arrangements and singing and above all, not at all "soundalike" or "lookalike", just great!
Great musicians and singers don't need to copy. They are great just as they are.

Uppsala Nya Tidning 2003-06-08

Orange is convincing with Elvis
Timid and serious tribute with a touch of country. It works great with the rather demanding In the Ghetto, here as a slow country ballad, and in Good time Charliés got the blues, at least as good as Elvis's version. Rocking Burning Love and the live recording of I'm moving on also works great, while True love travels on a gravel road is the only track I miss the voice of Elvis. A great Elvis tribute record!

Erik Pettersson

Musicality and curiosity!
2 nice minalbums from the band orange, doing their own kind of Elvis tribute. Lots of musicality, curiosity and a joy that makes these albums very nice.

Janne Koponen

A great tribute to the King
I am not the biggest Elvis fan but at an orange concert I bought this fine little record and I was surprised to hear a completely new
interpretation of some very familiar songs like In the Ghetto and Burning Love. But the outstanding performance of Good Time Charlie's got the blues is what really makes this record one of the best Elvis tributes I've ever heard.

Lennart Götesson/Dalademokraten (Swedish Newspaper)

Damned Well Done!
Sampo Axelsson & Kent Wennman, who are Orange, took a break and relaxed with some friends and recorded some Elvis tunes. But it doesn't sound like Elvis. It's about interpretations, to do them in a different way. And it's well done! Damned well done! Especially In the Ghetto is strong. The absolute worst thing about this record is that it only has 5 songs. Twice as much or even 15 songs would have been great!