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Tracklist

CD 1
#TitleRatingLength
1Heartbreak Hotel
engineer:
Bob Ferris (engineer)
bass:
Bill Black (US bassist/leader for Elvis/Bill Black's Combo) (on 1956-01-10)
drums (drum set):
D.J. Fontana (on 1956-01-10)
guitar:
Chet Atkins (on 1956-01-10), Scotty Moore (American guitarist and recording engineer) (on 1956-01-10) and Elvis Presley (“The King of Rock and Roll”) (on 1956-01-10)
piano:
Floyd Cramer (on 1956-01-10)
lead vocals:
Elvis Presley (“The King of Rock and Roll”) (on 1956-01-10)
vocals:
Elvis Presley (“The King of Rock and Roll”), Ben Speer (on 1956-01-10), Lena Brock "Mom" Speer (on 1956-01-10) and Gordon Stoker (on 1956-01-10)
publisher:
Sony/ATV Songs LLC
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
BMG Entertainment (in 1956), BMG Music (not for release label use!) (in 1956) and Sony BMG Music Entertainment (Aug 5, 2004 - Oct 1, 2008) (in 2002)
recorded at:
RCA Studios (Nashville) in Nashville, United States (on 1956-01-10)
part of:
Dave Marsh: The Best of the Top 40 Singles: 1956 (number: 1), Rolling Stone Magazine’s 500 Greatest Songs of All Time (as at 2016-06-10) (number: 45) and The Rolling Stone Magazine’s 500 Greatest Songs of All Time: 2021 edition (number: 347)
recording of:
Heartbreak Hotel (on 1956-01-10)
writer:
Mae Boren Axton, Tommy Durden and Elvis Presley (“The King of Rock and Roll”)
publisher:
Belwin Mills Music Ltd., Durden Breyer Publishing, EMI Harmonies Limited, EMI Mills Music Limited (PRS for Music-affiliated), Sony/ATV Songs LLC, Sony/ATV Tree Publishing, Unichappell Music, ヤマハミュージックエンタテインメントホールディングス (holding company - do not use as release label), コンソーシアム音楽出版 C・F事業部 (until 2021-06-30) and ソニー・ミュージックパブリッシング CMP外国事業部 (sub‐publisher for foreign (non‐Japanese) works) (from 2021-07-01 to present)
3.82:07
2Don't Be Cruel
bass:
Bill Black (US bassist/leader for Elvis/Bill Black's Combo) (on 1956-07-02)
drums (drum set):
D.J. Fontana (on 1956-07-02)
guitar:
Scotty Moore (American guitarist and recording engineer) (on 1956-07-02) and Elvis Presley (“The King of Rock and Roll”) (on 1956-07-02)
piano:
Shorty Long ('50s country/rockabilly artist) (on 1956-07-02)
lead vocals:
Elvis Presley (“The King of Rock and Roll”) (on 1956-07-02)
vocals:
The Jordanaires (on 1956-07-02)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
BMG Entertainment (in 1956) and BMG Music (not for release label use!) (in 1956)
recorded at:
RCA Studios (New York, later noted as RCA Recording Studios) in New York, United States (on 1956-07-02)
part of:
Dave Marsh: The Best of the Top 40 Singles: 1956 (number: 11) and Rolling Stone Magazine’s 500 Greatest Songs of All Time (as at 2016-06-10) (number: 197)
recording of:
Don’t Be Cruel (on 1956-07-02)
lyricist, writer and composer:
Otis Blackwell (American pianist, singer and songwriter) and Elvis Presley (“The King of Rock and Roll”)
publisher:
Carlin Music Corporation, Elvis Presley Music, Elvis Presley Music Inc., Shalimar Music Corp. and Williamson Music Company
3.752:03
3Love Me Tender
accordion:
Carl Fortina (from 1956-08-24 until 1956-09-04) and Dominic Frontiere (from 1956-08-24 until 1956-09-04)
banjo:
Luther "Red" Roundtree (from 1956-08-24 until 1956-09-04)
bass:
Meyer "Mike" Rubin (US bassist 1930s - 1960s) (from 1956-08-24 until 1956-09-04)
drums (drum set):
Richard Cornell (Percussion) (from 1956-08-24 until 1956-09-04)
guitar:
Vito Mumolo (Session Musician (Guitar)) (from 1956-08-24 until 1956-09-04)
lead vocals:
Elvis Presley (“The King of Rock and Roll”) (on 1956-09-01)
vocals:
Elvis Presley (“The King of Rock and Roll”), Jon Dodson (from 1956-08-24 until 1956-09-04, on 1956-09-01), Charles Prescott (from 1956-08-24 until 1956-09-04, on 1956-09-01) and Rad Robinson (from 1956-08-24 until 1956-09-04, on 1956-09-01)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
BMG Entertainment (in 1956), BMG Music (not for release label use!) (in 1956), RCA/Ariola International (not for release label use! precursor of Bertelsmann Music Group aka BMG, 1985–87) (in 1956) and Sony BMG Music Entertainment (Aug 5, 2004 - Oct 1, 2008) (in 2002)
recorded at:
20th Century Fox Music Stage 1 in Los Angeles, United States (on 1956-08-24, on 1956-09-04)
part of:
Rolling Stone Magazine’s 500 Greatest Songs of All Time (as at 2016-06-10) (number: 437)
recording of:
Love Me Tender (on 1956-08-24)
lyricist:
Ken Darby (in 1956)
additional writer:
Vera Matson (in 1956) and Elvis Presley (“The King of Rock and Roll”) (in 1956)
composer:
George R. Poulton (in 1861)
publisher:
ABG Elvis Songs, Carlin Music Corporation, Chrysalis Songs, Elvis Presley Music Inc., Elvis Presley Music Susan Aberbach Trust, R&H Music, Songs of Kobalt Music Publishing, Williamson Music Company, フジパシフィックミュージック, 日音 Synch事業部 and Elvis Presley Music (from 1956 to present)
version of:
Aura Lea
recording of:
Love Me Tender (from 1956-08-24 until 1956-09-04)
lyricist:
Ken Darby (in 1956)
additional writer:
Vera Matson (in 1956) and Elvis Presley (“The King of Rock and Roll”) (in 1956)
composer:
George R. Poulton (in 1861)
publisher:
ABG Elvis Songs, Carlin Music Corporation, Chrysalis Songs, Elvis Presley Music Inc., Elvis Presley Music Susan Aberbach Trust, R&H Music, Songs of Kobalt Music Publishing, Williamson Music Company, フジパシフィックミュージック, 日音 Synch事業部 and Elvis Presley Music (from 1956 to present)
version of:
Aura Lea
recording of:
Love Me Tender (on 1956-09-01)
lyricist:
Ken Darby (in 1956)
additional writer:
Vera Matson (in 1956) and Elvis Presley (“The King of Rock and Roll”) (in 1956)
composer:
George R. Poulton (in 1861)
publisher:
ABG Elvis Songs, Carlin Music Corporation, Chrysalis Songs, Elvis Presley Music Inc., Elvis Presley Music Susan Aberbach Trust, R&H Music, Songs of Kobalt Music Publishing, Williamson Music Company, フジパシフィックミュージック, 日音 Synch事業部 and Elvis Presley Music (from 1956 to present)
version of:
Aura Lea
42:45
4Don't
bass:
Bill Black (US bassist/leader for Elvis/Bill Black's Combo) (from 1957-09-05 until 1957-09-07)
double bass:
Bill Black (US bassist/leader for Elvis/Bill Black's Combo)
drums (drum set):
D.J. Fontana (from 1957-09-05 until 1957-09-07)
guitar:
Scotty Moore (American guitarist and recording engineer) (from 1957-09-05 until 1957-09-07) and Elvis Presley (“The King of Rock and Roll”) (from 1957-09-05 until 1957-09-07)
membranophone:
D.J. Fontana
piano:
Dudley Brooks (from 1957-09-05 until 1957-09-07)
additional background vocals and additional performer:
The Jordanaires
lead vocals:
Elvis Presley (“The King of Rock and Roll”)
vocals:
The Jordanaires (from 1957-09-05 until 1957-09-07) and Millie Kirkham (from 1957-09-05 until 1957-09-07)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
BMG Music (not for release label use!) (in 1957, in 1958), BMG Entertainment (in 1958), RCA Corporation (formerly Radio Corporation of America till late 1960s, became BMG Music in 1986) (in 1958) and Sony BMG Music Entertainment (Aug 5, 2004 - Oct 1, 2008) (in 2002)
recorded at:
Radio Recorders Studios in Hollywood, United States (from 1957-09-05 until 1957-09-07)
recording of:
Don’t (from 1957-09-05 until 1957-09-07)
lyricist:
Jerry Leiber
composer:
Mike Stoller
publisher:
Carlin Music Corporation, Elvis Presley Music, Elvis Presley Music Inc., Jerry Leiber Music, Mike Stoller Music (ASCAP) and Sony/ATV Songs LLC
recording of:
Don’t (on 1957-09-06)
lyricist:
Jerry Leiber
composer:
Mike Stoller
publisher:
Carlin Music Corporation, Elvis Presley Music, Elvis Presley Music Inc., Jerry Leiber Music, Mike Stoller Music (ASCAP) and Sony/ATV Songs LLC
32:49
5I Need Your Love Tonight
bass:
Bob Moore (U.S. bassist and bandleader) (on 1958-06-10)
drums (drum set):
D.J. Fontana (on 1958-06-10) and Buddy Harman (on 1958-06-10)
guitar:
Chet Atkins (on 1958-06-10), Hank Garland (on 1958-06-10) and Elvis Presley (“The King of Rock and Roll”) (on 1958-06-10)
piano:
Floyd Cramer (on 1958-06-10)
lead vocals:
Elvis Presley (“The King of Rock and Roll”) (on 1958-06-10)
vocals:
The Jordanaires (on 1958-06-10)
additional performer:
The Jordanaires (on 1958-06-10)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
BMG Music (not for release label use!) and Sony BMG Music Entertainment (Aug 5, 2004 - Oct 1, 2008) (in 2003)
recorded at:
RCA Studio B (Nashville, TN) in Nashville, United States (on 1958-06-10) and Bloch Arena in Honolulu, United States (on 1961-03-25)
recording of:
I Need Your Love Tonight (on 1958-06-10)
writer:
Bickley Reichner and Sid Wayne
publisher:
Carlin Music Corporation, Chrysalis Music (music publisher, ASCAP-affiliated), Holly-Hill Music Publishing Co., Malvern Music Co., Warner Chappell Music Ltd. (no slash; used 1988–1996) and Williamson Music Company
live recording of:
I Need Your Love Tonight (on 1961-03-25)
writer:
Bickley Reichner and Sid Wayne
publisher:
Carlin Music Corporation, Chrysalis Music (music publisher, ASCAP-affiliated), Holly-Hill Music Publishing Co., Malvern Music Co., Warner Chappell Music Ltd. (no slash; used 1988–1996) and Williamson Music Company
42:05
6It's Now or Never
bass:
Bob Moore (U.S. bassist and bandleader) (on 1960-04-03)
drums (drum set):
D.J. Fontana (on 1960-04-03) and Buddy Harman (on 1960-04-03)
guitar:
Hank Garland (on 1960-04-03), Scotty Moore (American guitarist and recording engineer) (on 1960-04-03) and Elvis Presley (“The King of Rock and Roll”) (on 1960-04-03)
piano:
Floyd Cramer (on 1960-04-03)
saxophone:
Boots Randolph (on 1960-04-03)
lead vocals:
Elvis Presley (“The King of Rock and Roll”) (on 1960-04-03)
vocals:
The Jordanaires (on 1960-04-03) and Elvis Presley (“The King of Rock and Roll”) (on 1960-04-03)
additional performer:
The Jordanaires (on 1960-04-03)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
BMG Entertainment (in 1960), BMG Music (not for release label use!) (in 1960), RCA Corporation (formerly Radio Corporation of America till late 1960s, became BMG Music in 1986) (in 1960) and Sony BMG Music Entertainment (Aug 5, 2004 - Oct 1, 2008) (in 2002)
recorded at:
RCA Studio B (Nashville, TN) in Nashville, United States (on 1960-04-03)
recording of:
It’s Now or Never (on 1960-04-03)
lyricist:
Wally Gold and Aaron Schroeder (1950s~1960s US songwriter)
composer:
Eduardo Di Capua
publisher:
A. Schroeder, Carlin Music Corporation, Cherry River Music, Chrysalis Music (music publisher, ASCAP-affiliated), Gladys Music, Gladys Music Inc., Rachel’s Own Music and Williamson Music Company
version of:
’O sole mio
3.73:16
7Wooden Heart
bass:
Ray Siegel (on 1960-04-28)
drums (drum set):
D.J. Fontana (on 1960-04-28)
guitar:
Neal Matthews (on 1960-04-28), Scotty Moore (American guitarist and recording engineer) (on 1960-04-28) and Tiny Timbrell (on 1960-04-28)
piano:
Dudley Brooks (on 1960-04-28)
tambourine:
Jimmie Haskell (on 1960-04-28)
lead vocals:
Elvis Presley (“The King of Rock and Roll”) (on 1960-04-28)
vocals:
The Jordanaires (on 1960-04-28)
additional performer:
The Jordanaires (on 1960-04-28)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
BMG Entertainment (in 1960), RCA Corporation (formerly Radio Corporation of America till late 1960s, became BMG Music in 1986) (in 1960), BMG Music (not for release label use!) (in 1961) and Sony BMG Music Entertainment (Aug 5, 2004 - Oct 1, 2008) (in 2002)
cover recording of:
Wooden Heart (on 1960-04-28)
writer:
Bert Kaempfert (German orchestra leader, producer and songwriter), Kay Twomey, Ben Weisman and Fred Wise
publisher:
Carlin Music Corporation, Chappell & Co., Copyright Control (not for release label use! this is only for copyrights and publishing relationships), Gladys Music Inc., Manuskript (not for release label use! this is only for copyrights and publishing relationships), Sinless Music and Spirit Two Music Inc.
translated version of:
Muß i denn zum Städtele hinaus
recording of:
Wooden Heart (on 1960-04-28)
writer:
Bert Kaempfert (German orchestra leader, producer and songwriter), Kay Twomey, Ben Weisman and Fred Wise
publisher:
Carlin Music Corporation, Chappell & Co., Copyright Control (not for release label use! this is only for copyrights and publishing relationships), Gladys Music Inc., Manuskript (not for release label use! this is only for copyrights and publishing relationships), Sinless Music and Spirit Two Music Inc.
translated version of:
Muß i denn zum Städtele hinaus
22:04
8Surrender
bass:
Bob Moore (U.S. bassist and bandleader) (on 1960-10-30)
drums (drum set):
D.J. Fontana (on 1960-10-30) and Buddy Harman (on 1960-10-30)
guitar:
Hank Garland (on 1960-10-30) and Scotty Moore (American guitarist and recording engineer) (on 1960-10-30)
instruments:
Elvis Presley (“The King of Rock and Roll”) (on 1960-10-30)
piano:
Floyd Cramer (on 1960-10-30)
saxophone:
Boots Randolph (on 1960-10-30)
lead vocals:
Elvis Presley (“The King of Rock and Roll”)
vocals:
Charlie Hodge (on 1960-10-30), The Jordanaires (on 1960-10-30) and Millie Kirkham (on 1960-10-30)
additional performer:
The Jordanaires
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
BMG Music (not for release label use!) (in 1960, in 1961) and Sony BMG Music Entertainment (Aug 5, 2004 - Oct 1, 2008) (in 2002)
recorded at:
RCA Studio B (Nashville, TN) in Nashville, United States (on 1960-10-30)
recording of:
Surrender (on 1960-10-30)
writer:
Doc Pomus and Mort Shuman
publisher:
Chrysalis Songs, Copyright Control (not for release label use! this is only for copyrights and publishing relationships), Elvis Presley Music and R&H Music
is based on:
Torna a Surriento
31:53
9Can't Help Falling in Love
bass:
Bob Moore (U.S. bassist and bandleader) (on 1961-03-23)
celesta [celeste]:
Dudley Brooks (on 1961-03-23)
drums (drum set):
Hal Blaine (on 1961-03-23), D.J. Fontana (on 1961-03-23) and Bernie Mattinson (on 1961-03-23)
guitar:
Hank Garland (on 1961-03-23), Scotty Moore (American guitarist and recording engineer) (on 1961-03-23) and Tiny Timbrell (on 1961-03-23)
harmonica:
George Fields (on 1961-03-23)
piano:
Dudley Brooks (on 1961-03-23) and Floyd Cramer (on 1961-03-23)
saxophone:
Boots Randolph (on 1961-03-23)
steel guitar:
Alvino Rey (on 1961-03-23)
ukulele:
Bernie Lewis (on 1961-03-23) and Fred Tavares (on 1961-03-23)
lead vocals:
Elvis Presley (“The King of Rock and Roll”) (on 1961-03-23)
vocals:
The Jordanaires (on 1961-03-23) and The Surfers (a.k.a. The Hawaiian Surfers) (on 1961-03-23)
additional performer:
The Jordanaires (on 1961-03-23)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
BMG Entertainment (in 1961), BMG Music (not for release label use!) (in 1961), RCA Corporation (formerly Radio Corporation of America till late 1960s, became BMG Music in 1986) (in 1961) and Sony BMG Music Entertainment (Aug 5, 2004 - Oct 1, 2008) (in 2002)
recording of:
Can’t Help Falling in Love (on 1961-03-23)
writer:
Luigi Creatore, Hugo Peretti and George David Weiss
publisher:
ABG EPE Gladys Music, Carlin Music Corporation, Cherry Lane Music, Chrysalis Music (music publisher, ASCAP-affiliated), Gladys Music, Gladys Music (Joachim Jean Aberbach), Gladys Music Elvis Presley Enterprises LLC, Gladys Music Inc., INTERSONG International Musikverlag G.m.b.H. (German publisher), The Manor Music Co. Ltd., フジパシフィックミュージック, ヤマハミュージックEH(CM) and 日音 Synch事業部
is based on:
Plaisir d’amour (Romance du chevrier)
4.23:00
10Good Luck Charme
accordion:
Gordon Stoker (on 1961-10-15)
bass:
Bob Moore (U.S. bassist and bandleader) (on 1961-10-15)
clarinet and saxophone:
Boots Randolph (on 1961-10-15)
drums (drum set):
D.J. Fontana (on 1961-10-15) and Buddy Harman (on 1961-10-15)
guitar:
Jerry Kennedy (on 1961-10-15) and Scotty Moore (American guitarist and recording engineer) (on 1961-10-15)
organ and piano:
Floyd Cramer (on 1961-10-15)
lead vocals:
Elvis Presley (“The King of Rock and Roll”)
vocals:
Elvis Presley (“The King of Rock and Roll”), The Jordanaires (on 1961-10-15) and Millie Kirkham (on 1961-10-15)
additional performer:
The Jordanaires
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
BMG Entertainment (in 1961), BMG Music (not for release label use!) (in 1961, in 1962) and Sony BMG Music Entertainment (Aug 5, 2004 - Oct 1, 2008) (in 2002)
recorded at:
RCA Studio B (Nashville, TN) in Nashville, United States (on 1961-10-15)
cover recording of:
Good Luck Charm (on 1961-10-15)
writer:
Wally Gold and Aaron Schroeder (1950s~1960s US songwriter)
publisher:
A. Schroeder, Carlin Music Corporation, Cherry River Music, Chrysalis Music (music publisher, ASCAP-affiliated), Gladys Music, Rachel’s Own Music and Williamson Music Company
2.352:22
11Return to Sender
recording of:
Return to Sender
writer:
Otis Blackwell (American pianist, singer and songwriter) and Winfield Scott
publisher:
Chrysalis Music (music publisher, ASCAP-affiliated), Elvis Presley Music Inc., The Manor Music Co. Ltd. and Carlin Music Corp. (in 1981)
2:08
12Kiss Me Quick2:48
13You're the Devil in Disguise
bass:
Bob Moore (U.S. bassist and bandleader) (from 1963-05-26 until 1963-05-27)
drums (drum set):
D.J. Fontana (from 1963-05-26 until 1963-05-27) and Buddy Harman (from 1963-05-26 until 1963-05-27)
guitar:
Harold Bradley (from 1963-05-26 until 1963-05-27), Jerry Kennedy (from 1963-05-26 until 1963-05-27), Grady Martin (country/rockabilly guitarist) (from 1963-05-26 until 1963-05-27) and Scotty Moore (American guitarist and recording engineer) (from 1963-05-26 until 1963-05-27)
piano:
Floyd Cramer (from 1963-05-26 until 1963-05-27)
saxophone, shakers and vibraphone [vibes]:
Boots Randolph (from 1963-05-26 until 1963-05-27)
choir vocals:
The Jordanaires (on 1963-05-26)
lead vocals:
Elvis Presley (“The King of Rock and Roll”) (on 1963-05-26)
vocals:
The Jordanaires (from 1963-05-26 until 1963-05-27) and Millie Kirkham (from 1963-05-26 until 1963-05-27)
additional performer:
The Jordanaires
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
BMG Entertainment (in 1963), BMG Music (not for release label use!) (in 1963) and Sony BMG Music Entertainment (Aug 5, 2004 - Oct 1, 2008) (in 2002)
recorded at:
RCA Studio B (Nashville, TN) in Nashville, United States (on 1963-05-26, from 1963-05-26 until 1963-05-27)
recording of:
(You’re the) Devil in Disguise (on 1963-05-26)
writer:
Bernie Baum, Bill Giant (Bill (Harvey) Zimmerman) and Florence Kaye
publisher:
Carlin Music Corporation and R&H Music
cover recording of:
(You’re the) Devil in Disguise (on 1963-05-26)
writer:
Bernie Baum, Bill Giant (Bill (Harvey) Zimmerman) and Florence Kaye
publisher:
Carlin Music Corporation and R&H Music
recording of:
(You’re the) Devil in Disguise (from 1963-05-26 until 1963-05-27)
writer:
Bernie Baum, Bill Giant (Bill (Harvey) Zimmerman) and Florence Kaye
publisher:
Carlin Music Corporation and R&H Music
2.652:22
14Mexico
recording of:
Mexico
writer:
Roy C. Bennett (US songwriter) and Sid Tepper
publisher:
Chrysalis Music (music publisher, ASCAP-affiliated), Gladys Music Inc. and Williamson Music Company
1:59
15Crying in the Chapel
bass:
Bob Moore (U.S. bassist and bandleader) (on 1960-10-30)
double bass:
Bob Moore (U.S. bassist and bandleader)
drums (drum set):
D.J. Fontana (on 1960-10-30) and Buddy Harman (on 1960-10-30)
guitar:
Hank Garland (on 1960-10-30) and Scotty Moore (American guitarist and recording engineer) (on 1960-10-30)
instruments:
Elvis Presley (“The King of Rock and Roll”) (on 1960-10-30)
piano:
Floyd Cramer (on 1960-10-30)
saxophone:
Boots Randolph (on 1960-10-30)
background vocals:
The Jordanaires
lead vocals:
Elvis Presley (“The King of Rock and Roll”) (on 1960-10-31)
vocals:
Charlie Hodge (on 1960-10-30), The Jordanaires (on 1960-10-30) and Millie Kirkham (on 1960-10-30)
additional performer:
The Jordanaires (on 1960-10-31)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
BMG Music (not for release label use!) (in 1965), RCA Corporation (formerly Radio Corporation of America till late 1960s, became BMG Music in 1986) (in 1965) and Sony BMG Music Entertainment (Aug 5, 2004 - Oct 1, 2008) (in 2002)
recorded at:
RCA Studio B (Nashville, TN) in Nashville, United States (on 1960-10-30)
cover recording of:
Crying in the Chapel (on 1960-10-30)
lyricist and composer:
Artie Glenn (in 1953)
publisher:
Chappell & Co., Inc. (USA), Chappell Morris Ltd., Hill & Range Songs, Inc. and Mijac Music
cover recording of:
Crying in the Chapel (from 1960-10-30 until 1960-10-31)
lyricist and composer:
Artie Glenn (in 1953)
publisher:
Chappell & Co., Inc. (USA), Chappell Morris Ltd., Hill & Range Songs, Inc. and Mijac Music
cover recording of:
Crying in the Chapel (on 1960-10-31)
lyricist and composer:
Artie Glenn (in 1953)
publisher:
Chappell & Co., Inc. (USA), Chappell Morris Ltd., Hill & Range Songs, Inc. and Mijac Music
2.752:25
16In the Ghetto
engineer:
Al Pachucki
producer:
Felton Jams and Chips Moman
bass:
Tommy Cogbill (on 1969-01-21) and Mike Leech (on 1969-01-21)
drums (drum set):
Gene Chrisman (on 1969-01-21)
French horn:
Tony Cason (on 1969-01-21) and Joe D'Gerolamo (on 1969-01-21)
guitar:
Elvis Presley (“The King of Rock and Roll”) (on 1969-01-21) and Reggie Young (guitarist and songwriter) (on 1969-01-21)
harmonica:
Ed Kollis (on 1969-01-21)
organ:
Bobby Emmons (on 1969-01-21)
piano:
Bobby Wood (American pianist, keyboard player and songwriter) (on 1969-01-21)
saxophone:
J.P. Luper (saxophonist) (on 1969-01-21) and Glen Spreen (on 1969-01-21)
steel guitar:
John Hughey (on 1969-01-21)
trombone:
Jack Hale (trombone) (on 1969-01-21), Ed Logan (on 1969-01-21) and Gerald Richardson (on 1969-01-21)
trumpet:
Wayne Jackson (trumpet/trombone (Memphis Horns/Mar-Keys)) (on 1969-01-21), Dick Steff (on 1969-01-21) and R.F. Taylor (on 1969-01-21)
vocals:
Joe Babcock (on 1969-01-21), Donna Thatcher (on 1969-01-21), Dolores Edgin (on 1969-01-21), Ginger Holladay (on 1969-01-21), Mary Holladay (on 1969-01-21), Millie Kirkham (on 1969-01-21), Mary (Jeannie) Green (on 1969-01-21), June Page (on 1969-01-21), Susan Pilkington (on 1969-01-21), Sandy Posey (on 1969-01-21) and Hurshel Wiginton (on 1969-01-21)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
BMG Entertainment (in 1969), BMG Music (not for release label use!) (in 1969) and RCA Corporation (formerly Radio Corporation of America till late 1960s, became BMG Music in 1986) (in 1969)
recorded at:
American Sound Studio ((Defunct) Memphis, TN - American North) in Memphis, United States (on 1969-01-21)
cover recording of:
In the Ghetto (on 1969-01-21)
lyricist and composer:
Mac Davis (US country singer, songwriter & actor)
publisher:
B-n-B Music Inc., Cherry River Music, Chrysalis Music (music publisher, ASCAP-affiliated), Chrysalis Songs, Copyright Control (not for release label use! this is only for copyrights and publishing relationships), Elvis Presley Music Inc., Gladys Music Inc., R&H Music, Screen Gems–EMI Music, Inc. (USA, affiliated with BMI) and Sony/ATV Songs LLC
4.352:47
17The Wonder of You
cover recording of:
The Wonder of You
lyricist and composer:
Baker Knight
publisher:
Copyright Control (not for release label use! this is only for copyrights and publishing relationships), Leeds Music Ltd., Universal Duchess Music Corp. and Universal/MCA Music Ltd. (not for release label use!)
2:37
18Burning Love
cover recording of:
Burning Love
lyricist and composer:
Dennis Linde
publisher:
Combine Music, Combine Music Corp., Copyright Control (not for release label use! this is only for copyrights and publishing relationships), EMI Songs Ltd. and Sony/ATV Songs LLC
2:52
19Way Down
engineer:
Mike Moran (American engineer, associated with RCA)
executive producer:
Elvis Presley (“The King of Rock and Roll”)
bass:
Jerry Scheff (from 1976-10-29 until 1976-10-30)
drums (drum set):
Ronnie Tutt (from 1976-10-29 until 1976-10-30)
electric piano:
David Briggs (English organist and composer) (from 1976-10-29 until 1976-10-30)
guitar:
James Burton (guitarist) (from 1976-10-29 until 1976-10-30), Charlie Hodge (from 1976-10-29 until 1976-10-30), John Wilkinson (known world-wide as the rhythm guitar player of Elvis Presley) (from 1976-10-29 until 1976-10-30) and Chip Young (from 1976-10-29 until 1976-10-30)
Moog:
Shane Keister (from 1976-10-29 until 1976-10-30)
piano:
Tony Brown (US producer, pianist and keyboardist) (from 1976-10-29 until 1976-10-30)
steel guitar:
Weldon Myrick (from 1976-10-29 until 1976-10-30)
lead vocals:
Elvis Presley (“The King of Rock and Roll”) (on 1976-10-29)
vocals:
Sherrill Nielsen (American tenor singer) (on 1976-10-29, from 1976-10-29 until 1976-10-30), Myrna Smith (on 1976-10-29, from 1976-10-29 until 1976-10-30), J.D. Sumner & The Stamps (on 1976-10-29, from 1976-10-29 until 1976-10-30) and Kathy Westmoreland (on 1976-10-29, from 1976-10-29 until 1976-10-30)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
BMG Music (not for release label use!) (in 1977), RCA Records (not for release label use! for the imprint, please use “RCA” instead) (in 1977) and Sony BMG Music Entertainment (Aug 5, 2004 - Oct 1, 2008) (in 2002)
recorded at:
Graceland in Memphis, United States (on 1976-10-29, from 1976-10-29 until 1976-10-30) and Creative Workshop in Nashville, United States (in 1977-01)
recording of:
Way Down (on 1976-10-29)
lyricist and composer:
Layng Martine, Jr. (Nashville songwriter)
publisher:
MCS Music Ltd. and Ray Stevens Music
recording of:
Way Down (from 1976-10-29 until 1977-01)
lyricist and composer:
Layng Martine, Jr. (Nashville songwriter)
publisher:
MCS Music Ltd. and Ray Stevens Music
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20Are You Lonesome Tonight (Lachversion)
cover recording of:
Are You Lonesome Tonight?
lyricist:
Roy Turk
composer:
Lou Handman
publisher:
Bourne Co. (not for release label use, this is a music publisher), Bourne, Inc., Chrysalis Music (music publisher, ASCAP-affiliated), Cromwell Music, Cromwell Music, Inc., Elvis Presley Music, Gladys Music, Redwood Music and Redwood Music Ltd. (Carlin)
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Release

manufactured in:Germany
copyrighted (©) by:BMG Ariola Hamburg GmbH (in 1991)
Discogs:https://www.discogs.com/release/5315410 [info]