The Elvis 1969 celebration continues. In January of that year, Presley and his band began sessions with producer Chips Moman at American Sound Studios in Memphis, which resulted in his acclaimed From Elvis In Memphis album and its lead single “In the Ghetto.” He also laid down such iconic songs as “Suspicious Minds,” “Kentucky Rain,” “Rubberneckin’,” and “Don’t Cry Daddy” at the famed studio. The 5-CD collection American Sound 1969 (available digitally on August 23 and on CD September 13) includes more than 90 tracks from his sessions there in January-February of 1969. The rare and previously unreleased material includes all existing alternate takes of “In The Ghetto,” “Suspicious Minds,” and “Kentucky Rain,” plus stabs at contemporary hits and plenty more, adding up to a fly-on-the-wall experience with the legendary superstar at his electrifying best. Order directly from the Elvis specialty label Follow That Dream here.