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Over the years there were many duets released with Elvis, during his life, but even more after his death , many "Stars" wanted to do a song with "The King" .

CMT is proud to present this incredible release, which has original duets, rare "harmony" versions and some newly made duets not released on any cd!

Duets include: Lisa Marie Presley, Connie Francis, Ray Charles, Cliff Richard, Anita Wood, Dale Watson, Kitty White, Charlie Hodge, Michael Buble, Nancy Sinatra, Ann Margret, J.
D. Sumner, Barbara Streisand, Dolly Parton, Helene Fischer, Jerry Reed, Celine Dion, Shaun Nielsen, The Gatlin Brothers and Glen Cambell!

Just listen to the beautiful duet between Elvis and Dolly Parton, this version of "In the Ghetto" is very different from the original, and stands on it's own... it could have been a great
release for a record, and without a doubt would have topped the charts!

"Ray Charles" provides a great "orchestrated" version of "I'll Never Stand In Your Way" where a very young Elvis joins him as if he was singing along with the record at home, the
same goes for "My Happiness" with "Connie Francis", "Ike and Tina Turner" start of "easy" and Elvis takes over with a very "rough" rockin' version of "Proud Mary"

The 1958 duet "Crawfish" featuring Kitty White and Elvis has been re-edited now this really is a duet version which works very well!

Another highlight is the included version of "Softly, As I Leave You" .. "Michael Buble" sings the song, where Elvis recites the words.. in the end "Shaun Nielsen" joins in to make a
breathtaking ending which leaves you with goosebumbs!

"JD Sumner" takes the lead, where "The Imperials" blend in to do the first part of "Swing Low, Sweet Chariot" , then Elvis and "The Jordanaires" bring the song home!

Some harmony versions included in this set are also not  to be missed! "Fever" has Elvis singing multiple verses at once which sounds very rare and unusual.

"Kissin' Cousins" combines both the "Hillbilly" overdub and the "Regular" overdub... this is the only release where "Josh and Jody" sing the whole song together!

"Baby, I Don't Care" has two very different sounding takes of Elvis, and does now sound like a nice duet!

Combine all these tracks with some great duets from earlier hard to find releases and you will have a very unusual new album including 28 tracks!

The artwork fits the release very well, inside all the stars have "signed" their autograph, giving it an authentic touch since it is made just like a record album with fold out sleeve.

01. I Love You Because - with Lisa Marie Presley
02. My  Happiness - with Connie Francis
03. Blue Suede Shoes - with Cliff Richard
04. I Can’t Help It - with Anita Wood
05. I’ll Never Stand in Your Way - with Ray Charles
06. Baby, I Don’t Care - Harmony version
07. Tomorrow Night - with Dale Watson
08. Crawfish - with Kitty White
09. Have I Told You Lately That I Love You - with Michael Buble
10. Santa Lucia - Harmony version
11. I Will Be Home Again - with Charlie Hodge
12. Fever - Harmony version
13. Kissin’ Cousins - Harmony version
14. There Ain’t Nothing Like A Song - with Nancy Sinatra
15. Today, Tomorrow and Forever - with Ann Margret
16. Let Me - Harmony Version
17. Swing Low, Sweet Chariot - with J.D. Sumner
18. (featuring The Imperials and The Jordanaires)
19. Love Me Tender - with Barbara Streisand
20. Just Pretend - with Helene Fischer
21. In the Ghetto - with Dolly Parton
22. Proud Mary - featuring Ike and Tina Turner
23. Guitar Man - with Jerry Reed
24. If I Can Dream - with Celine Dion
25. Softly, As I Leave You - with Michael Buble (featuring Sherril Nielsen)
26. Bringing it Back - with Sherril Nielsen
27. Help Me - with The Gatlin Brothers
28. We Call on Him - with Glen Campbell
29. Where No One Stands Alone - with Lisa Marie Presley

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