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Elvis Presley - Elvis Presley Sings Mort Shuman and Doc Pomus mp3 flac

  • Singer: Elvis Presley
  • Album: Elvis Presley Sings Mort Shuman and Doc Pomus
  • MP3: 1267 mb | FLAC: 1933 mb
  • Released: 1986
  • Country: Europe
  • Style: Rock & Roll
  • Rating: 4.2/5
  • Votes: 639
Elvis Presley - Elvis Presley Sings Mort Shuman and Doc Pomus mp3 flac

Don't Ask the Hosts You'd Prefer. Enjoy what you take don't moan and grumble at something you get for free!! Elvis Presley - Elvis Sings Mort Shuman & Doc Pomus. A Mess Of Blues (02:42). His Latest Flame (02:10).

Elvis Sings Mort Shuman & Doc Pomus ‎(LP, Comp).

This is one cool Elvis Presley compilation, and it's embarrassing that it comes from French BMG - why can't the American catalog support releases like this? Mort Shuman and Doc Pomus never loomed as large in Elvis ' legend as Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller, coming along a little later, when his music was no longer on the cutting edge of rock & roll. On the other hand, they wrote brilliant blues, rockers, and ballads for him, and 14 of the 16 of the compositions of theirs that he cut between 1960 and 1969 are among the best songs he recorded during that decade.

Suspicion" is a 1962 song originally recorded by Elvis Presley written by Doc Pomus and Mort Shuman which became a major hit in 1964 in a recording by Elvis Presley sound-alike Terry Stafford. One of 25 songs written by Pomus/Shuman for Elvis Presley, "Suspicion" was recorded by Presley on March 19, 1962 in Studio B of RCA's Nashville studio and issued on Presley's album Pot Luck released on June 15, 1962.

Elvis did call Mort Shuman in the middle of the night of June 25, 1961. Three years later, Doc and Elvis made solid arrangements to meet. But Presley died a week before the meeting, leaving Doc totally spooked. In the mid-'50s, he groomed a teenage pianist with great chops, Mort Shuman, into gradually becoming his partner.

Album: The Essential Elvis Presley (1961). Charted: 1 5. Get the Sheet Music License This Song. In this song, Elvis sings about how he was hurt by a girl who showed interest in him and then left for another guy. This girl has a little sister, and now he is taking an interest in her, but hopes she doesn't leave him the same way. This was written by the Brill Building songwriters Doc Pomus and Mort Shuman. They also wrote the 1959 hit "A Teenager In Love," which also deals with a young man who is baffled by women. More songs from Elvis Presley. More songs written by Mort Shuman and/or Doc Pomus. More songs from 1961. Lyrics to Little Sister. Elvis Presley Artistfacts.

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A1 A Mess Of Blues 2:41
A2 His Latest Flame 2:05
A3 Little Sister 2:30
A4 Surrender 1:51
A5 Suspicion 2:35
A6 Kiss Me Quick 2:45
A7 Gonna Get Back Home Somehow 2:28
A8 Night Rider 2:07
A9 I Need Somebody To Lean On 2:57
A10 Viva Las Vegas 2:19
A11 Little Sister 5:00
B1 Doing The Best I Can 3:10
B2 Double Trouble 1:37
B3 Long Lonely Highway
B4 Never Say yes 1:50
B5 What Every Woman Lives For 2:26
B6 You'll Think Of Me 4:01
B7 Doing The Best I can 3:18
B8 His Latest Flame 5:28
B9 Long Lonely Highway 2:18

Companies, etc.

  • Record Company – RCA


Also sold as part of the 2-LPs boxset RCA NL89680
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Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
NL 89504 Elvis* Elvis Sings Mort Shuman & Doc Pomus ‎(LP, Comp) RCA NL 89504 Europe 1985