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ELVIS PRESLEY – THE GOLDEN RECORDS: FRAMED GOLD PLATED VINYL RECORD

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  • ELVIS PRESLEY – THE GOLDEN RECORDS: FRAMED GOLDEN RECORD

  • An incredile GIFT IDEA for any KING OF ROCK’S fan!

  • A real vinyl record turned into a GOLDEN COLLECTABLE, like MUSIC AWARDS are made.
  • Make or make yourself a great gift with our GOLD RECORD FRAMES.
  • Size: 13″x 13″x 1″ (33 x 33 x 2,5 cm) – Weight: 700g
  • IMPORTANT NOTE: due to the metallization process, the record is not playable anymore.

 

  • ELVIS PRESLEY – THE GOLDEN RECORDS: FRAMED GOLD PLATED VINYL RECORD

  • Here is your chance to own a gold plated record from ELVIS PRESLEY. THE GOLDEN RECORDS: The KING of ROCK’s greatest hits collection.

  • The record has a gold, bright mirror-like finish that is a real eye catcher when you walk into a room with one of these on the wall.
  • These one-of-a-kind displays are produced from a multi-step electroplating process (not sprayed, painted or dipped) just as real record awards are made.
  • All the records are vintage materials purchased on the open market and  produced as a collectible.
  • The protective varnishing will guarantee that the record will never fade, corrode or tarnish.
  • Features a black anodyzed aluminum frame and frontal polycarbonate protection against UV.
  • Size: 13″x 13″x 1″ (33 x 33 x 2,5 cm) – Weight: 700g
  • Material: recycled vinyl record, frame: anodyzed aluminium, frontal protection: polycarbonate
  • Do you want to create your personal Elvis Presley’s HALL of FAME? Have a look at our frames for vinyl records covers HERE
IMPORTANT NOTE: due to the metallization process, the record is not playable anymore.
More about the album:

Elvis’ Golden Records is a compilation album by American rock and roll singer Elvis Presley, issued by RCA Victor in March 1958. It compiled his hit singles released in 1956 and 1957, and is widely believed to be the first greatest hits album in rock and roll history. It is the first of five RCA Victor Elvis’ Golden/Gold Records compilations, four of which would be released during Presley’s lifetime. It peaked at number three on the Billboard Top Pop Albums chart. It was certified Gold on October 17, 1961, Platinum on May 20, 1988, 5x Platinum on March 27, 1992 and 6x Platinum on August 17, 1999 by the Recording Industry Association of America.[1]

Most of the songs in the compilation were recorded at Radio Recorders in Hollywood, with other sessions at the RCA Victor studios in New York, at 20th Century-Fox‘s Stage One in Hollywood, and the RCA Victor studios in Nashville.[3] Although RCA Victor executive Steve Sholes was the in-house A&R man for Presley, and nominally in charge of his recording sessions at RCA Victor, accounts by Presley historian Peter Guralnick and Presley discographer Ernst Mikael Jorgensen indicate that Presley himself acted as the producer for his RCA Victor sessions in the 1950s.

The unified Billboard Hot 100 singles chart was not created until August, 1958, after the release of this compilation, and of course after the release of all of these singles. Chart positions referenced would be taken from the Best Sellers In Stores chart, although early measurement of rock and roll records also came from the Most Played In Jukeboxes chart.

 

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