It's an Elvis New Year in this week's FOXLight music release roundup as Elvis Country gets the remastered Legacy Edition treatment, adding a bonus disc featuring its' follow-up Love Letters From Elvis plus six more bonus tracks...

And early Elvis fans can grab The Complete Louisiana Hayride Archives featuring all his live radio performances from 1954-1956 in their most complete and best-sounding versions yet, plus a 100 page hardcover book...

Cage The Elephant: Live From the Vic in Chicago is the first ever live release from the Kentucky rock quartet, and it's a CD/DVD combo...

And National Endowment for the Arts Jazz Master Jimmy Owens adds his unique trumpet and flugelhorn sounds to a blues-steeped tribute to Thelonious Monk, The Monk Project.

Knowing there's likely some gift cards or holiday money burning a hole in your pocket, here's a roundup of some of the biggest and best boxed set reissues of 2011...

Many artists saw their entire catalogs get remastered including Queen, whose Queen 40 Limited Edition Collector's Box Set Volumes 1-3 remains an Amazon.com exclusive...

Pink Floyd's Discovery Box Set: The Complete Studio Recordings featured every album, and separately they also broke out Dark Side of the Moon and Wish You Were Here as Immersion Editions, which were luxe affairs including surround sound, Quad and High Resolution Stereo mixes, copious bonus tracks, and collectable trinkets...

And Sony/Legacy launched their Pop Market website, where you can get Complete Album Collections for many artists including Earth, Wind & Fire, Electric Light Orchestra, Leonard Cohen, John Denver, Dave Brubeck, Billy Joel, Tony Bennett, and Aretha Franklin's Columbia recordings...

Rush got into the "almost complete" recordings game, focusing on just their 1974-1987 output for Mercury Records on the Sector 1, 2, and 3 boxed sets; each containing remasters of 5 classic albums, one of which is given a 5.1 channel surround sound remix per box...

The "Holy Grail" for Beach Boys fans came to fruition in The SMiLE Sessions, a 5 CD-plus-vinyl box featuring the recently completed, notoriously unreleased album plus alternate takes and fly-on-the-wall session highlights galore...

The Rolling Stones gave their 1978 classic Some Girls an expanded look, issuing a 2 disc Deluxe Edition adding 12 unreleased tracks from those sessions, and a Super Deluxe Edition adding a book, vinyl and a live DVD to the proceedings...

U2's Achtung Baby got similar Deluxe and Super Deluxe Edition treatment, but upped the ante with an additional Uber Deluxe Edition totalling 6 CDs and 4 DVDs of content, and a personal appearance by Bono in your living room!  Well, not that last part, but for the price it should've been an option...

The Who's other classic rock opera Quadrophenia expanded to 4 CDs, including rough demos, a DVD with a surround sound mix, and the now-obligatory hardcover book in its' own Director's Cut: Super Deluxe Edition...

Jazz aficionados can seek out the Limited Edition Louis Armstrong box Satchmo: Ambassador of Jazz, traversing his career from 1923-1967 across many bands and labels on a tight 4 CD set, plus a 164 page booklet...

And even jailbird genius Phil Spector got a look back in The Philles Album Collection, a 7 disc box of classic albums by Darlene Love, The Crystals and The Ronettes, plus a disc of B-sides and rarities, all together showing the building of his Wall of Sound.

Happy spending, everyone!

In New York...I'm Rob Maurer, FOX News Talk!