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A 29-track collection of odes to the King, from besotted teensters to religious strangeness, love letter writers to eccentric enthusiasts and fad-friendly fans, Featuring incredibly wild rockabilly praise, Rnb and trad country trepidation at lip curls, jealousy invoked blues and lots of love for the All American Boy. Also including a glut of novelty 45s, spiked with jilted lover jealousy, madcap schemes to take him to the Whitehouse and plenty of "zany" rationalisation about his success in the charts and with the ladies. Complete from a cavalcade of no-hit wonders plus some big hitters including Bobby Bare, Chubby Checker and Eddie Cochran. Comes with musical warnings on the hazards of lip curling, hip shaking and knee trembling, a homage to the man who created the generation gap. No Elvis fan should be without it. Remastered from the original sound sources with sleevenotes by MOJO magazine's Dave Henderson
A 29-track collection of odes to the King, from besotted teensters to religious strangeness, love letter writers to eccentric enthusiasts and fad-friendly fans, Featuring incredibly wild rockabilly praise, Rnb and trad country trepidation at lip curls, jealousy invoked blues and lots of love for the All American Boy. Also including a glut of novelty 45s, spiked with jilted lover jealousy, madcap schemes to take him to the Whitehouse and plenty of "zany" rationalisation about his success in the charts and with the ladies. Complete from a cavalcade of no-hit wonders plus some big hitters including Bobby Bare, Chubby Checker and Eddie Cochran. Comes with musical warnings on the hazards of lip curling, hip shaking and knee trembling, a homage to the man who created the generation gap. No Elvis fan should be without it. Remastered from the original sound sources with sleevenotes by MOJO magazine's Dave Henderson
5013929990524

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Format: CD
Label: RIGHTEOUS
Rel. Date: 08/13/2021
UPC: 5013929990524

We Love Elvis / Various (Uk)
Artist: We Love Elvis / Various
Format: CD
New: In Stock $17.99
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Janis Martin - My Boy Elvis
2. Sonny Cole - I Dreamed I Was Elvis
3. Billy and Eddie - the King Is Coming Back
4. Lou Monte - Elvis Presley for President
5. Bobby Bare - All American Boy
6. Huey Long - Elvis Stole My Gal
7. Billy Boyle - My Baby's Crazy 'Bout Elvis
8. Bill Massey - Pink Bow Tie (And Blue Suede Shoes)
9. Audrey - Love Letter to Elvis... Dear Elvis (Parts 1;2)
10. Otto Bash - the Elvis Blues
11. Don Hart - Presley on Her Mind
12. Royce Porter - a Woman Can Make You Blue
13. Jimmy Woodall - Uncle Sam's Call
14. Jaybee Wasden - Elvis in the Army
15. Genee Harris - Bye Bye Elvis
16. The Threeteens - Dear 53310761
17. Billy Adams and the Rock-A-Teens- Elvis Is Rockin' Again
18. Julie Lang - Elvis
19. Felton Jarvis - Don't Knock Elvis
20. Carmela Rosella - Oh! It Was Elvis
21. Virginia Lowe - I'm in Love with Elvis Presley
22. Jim Ford - the Story of Elvis Presley
23. Chubby Checker - the Class
24. The Kids - Elvis and Me
25. Reed Harper - Oh Elvis
26. Pete de Bree - Hey Mr Presley
27. Eddie Cochran ; Holly Twins - I Want Elvis for Christmas
28. The Fabulous McClevertys ?- Don't Blame It on Elvis
29. Milt Oshins (Aka PQ Rock 'N' Roll) - All About Elvis

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A 29-track collection of odes to the King, from besotted teensters to religious strangeness, love letter writers to eccentric enthusiasts and fad-friendly fans, Featuring incredibly wild rockabilly praise, Rnb and trad country trepidation at lip curls, jealousy invoked blues and lots of love for the All American Boy. Also including a glut of novelty 45s, spiked with jilted lover jealousy, madcap schemes to take him to the Whitehouse and plenty of "zany" rationalisation about his success in the charts and with the ladies. Complete from a cavalcade of no-hit wonders plus some big hitters including Bobby Bare, Chubby Checker and Eddie Cochran. Comes with musical warnings on the hazards of lip curling, hip shaking and knee trembling, a homage to the man who created the generation gap. No Elvis fan should be without it. Remastered from the original sound sources with sleevenotes by MOJO magazine's Dave Henderson

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