Do you know Elvis songs? How about these?


To so many when they think about Elvis they have their own favorite list of Elvis Presley songs. Some were from the 1950’s when they saw Elvis on TV or the movies. Some were Gospel songs which were dear, and near, to Elvis heart all his life. Some were related to soundtracks of his movies in the 1960’s with an emphasis on his 1968 Singer TV special entitled “Elvis”. Others think about Elvis’ return to live appearances, after (approximately) nine years, in 1969 followed by a string of hits in the beginning to mid 1970’s. Just like we are all unique, with our own life lessons and memories, depending on the day we chose different songs, including Elvis’, and we enjoy the beat – the vocal inflections – the arrangements – musicians among the best in the world, and the backup singers who helped to breathe life into Elvis’ songs onstage and off.

If you go to http://www.ElvisCollector.info among the rare, and unique, content you will find a list of every song Elvis recorded/sang along with other pertinent facts. But among the lesser known songs there are plenty of gems hence this post.

* Note each of these songs were recorded in the 1960’s. All videos courtesy of YouTube.

 

 

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Elvis Presley’s personal record collection circa April 1960 stack 1 and stack 2


Partial catalog of Elvis Presley’s record album collection April 1960 stacks 1 & 2

The chirping crickets (aka Buddy Holly and the Crickets)

You’ll never walk alone – Roy Hamilton

Johnny Cash with his hot and blue guitar

Dream of you – Helen Merrill

Ray Charles

Songs of faith – Aretha Franklin

Mario! Lanza At his best

Rock and roll – Fats Domino

Here’s Little Richard

Sam Cooke

Dedicated to you – The 5 Royales

The vagabond king – Mario Lanza

And god created woman Bridgette Bardo

The Platters

Soulville – Ben Webster

The call of the wildest – Louis Prima

Alone at last – Tony Bennett

The great Ray Charles

In a modern mood – Cole Porter

After school sessions – Chuck Berry

Lady sings the blues – Billie Holiday

Dance Albums – Carl Perkins

The Coasters

The wildest – Louis Prima

Rock around the clock – Bill Haley & the comets

Hank Williams Honk-Tonkin

This is Fats Domino

Rambling man – Hank Williams

Coltrane – John Coltrane

Check Atkins in three dimensions

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