The Complete Elvis Presley Masters

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The Complete Elvis Presley Masters
Box set by
ReleasedOctober 19, 2010
RecordedJuly 18, 1953–June 21, 1977
ProducerErnst Mikael Jørgensen

The Complete Elvis Presley Masters is a box set by American singer Elvis Presley. It was released on October 19, 2010, by RCA Records and Legacy Recordings; the box set covers the majority of Presley's recording career, bringing together all 711 master recordings released during his lifetime.[1]


Contents of The Complete Elvis Presley Masters.

The box set contains 711 original master recordings as released during Presley's lifetime and 103 additional rare recordings, contained on 30 compact discs; the set omits the recordings made for the 1977 Elvis in Concert TV special and album.[2] The box set also features a 240–page hardcover book with complete discography produced exclusively for this collection, researched and written by Ernst Jørgensen and Peter Guralnick, it includes an individually numbered certificate of authenticity.

This box set should not be confused with the Franklin Mint compilation Elvis: The Complete Masters Collection,[3][4] which does not contain the rare recordings and lacks the chronological sequencing of the songs but does come with a replica of Elvis's first 7-inch single.

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  1. ^ "Home - Elvis Presley Official Web Site Elvis The Music".
  2. ^ "The Complete Elvis Presley Masters Collection Limited Edition". 13 February 2011. Retrieved 1 February 2019.
  3. ^ "Elvis The Complete Masters Collection".
  4. ^ "Elvis: The Complete Masters Collection".