Elvis Presley - Heartbreak Hotel / I Was The One mp3 album
Elvis Presley (released in the UK as Elvis Presley Rock n' Roll) is the debut studio album by American rock and roll singer Elvis Presley. It was released on RCA Victor, catalog number LPM-1254, in March 1956. The recording sessions took place on January 10 and January 11 at the RCA Victor recording studios in Nashville, Tennessee, and on January 30 and January 31 at the RCA Victor studios in New York.
Produced by Steve Sholes. Album Elvis’ Golden Records. Heartbreak Hotel Lyrics. Well, since my baby left me Well, I found a new place to dwell Well, it's down at the end of lonely street At Heartbreak Hotel. About Heartbreak Hotel. Presley’s vocals are supported by drum set, electric and acoustic guitars, piano, and bass. Both the electric guitar and piano have solos while the bass carries walking transitions in the music. Heartbreak Hotel" Track Info. Written By Elvis Presley, Thomas Durden & Mae Axton.
On July 18, 1953, Presley first went to the Memphis Recording Service at the Sun Record Company, now commonly known as Sun Studio. The 1992 album The King of Rock 'n' Roll: The Complete 50s Masters contains a fragment (1:03) of an alternate take in a slower, more country style. This take was originally released on bootleg in 1974, having been located at Sun Records many years after Presley left for RCA. Blue Moon. On January 27, 1956, the first RCA single, "Heartbreak Hotel" b/w "I Was the One" was released, giving Elvis a nationwide breakthrough.
Heartbreak Hotel (оригинал Elvis Presley). Отель разбитых сердец (перевод Алекс). Well, since my baby left me, С тех пор как моя крошка бросила меня, I found a new place to dwell. It's down at the end of lonely street. Оно в конце одинокой улицы. В Отеле разбитых сердец. You make me so lonely baby, Мне так одиноко без тебя, крошка, I get so lonely, Мне так одиноко, I get so lonely I could die.
CD 3 Second 'Sit Down' show 1. "Heartbreak Hotel" 2. "Baby, What You Want Me to Do" 3. Introductions 4. "That's All Right" 5. "Are You Lonesome Tonight?"
The March 1956 release that brought Elvis to the masses. This 1956 collection was Presley's first proper album (and arguably rock's first great LP), a release that both broke him to a national audience and became an enduring piece of pop-cultural iconography. Anchored by take-no-prisoners covers of fellow Sun rockabilly pioneer Carl Perkins' "Blue Suede Shoes," Ray Charles's "I Got a Woman," and Little Richard's "Tutti Frutti," it's an album where Presley forcefully hammers nascent rock 'n' roll into his own sultry image.
The first of Elvis' RCA sides yielded one song, "Heartbreak Hotel," that seemed a potential single, but which no one thought would sell, and a few tracks that would be good enough for an album, if there were one. But no one involved knew anything for sure about this music. Seventeen days later, "Heartbreak Hotel" was released, and for about a month it did nothing - then it began to move, and then Elvis appeared on television, and had a number one pop single . Elvis Presley became the first rock & roll album to reach the number one spot on the national charts, and RCA's first million dollar-earning pop album.
From the Album Elvis Forever (2015). Elvis Forever Lyrics.
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Written-By – Presley*, Axton*, Durden*
|B||I Was The One
Written-By – Schroeder*, Peppers*, DeMetris*, Blair*
NotesElvis Presley 447 reissue series printed with a yellow label in Canada
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|47-6420||Elvis Presley||Heartbreak Hotel (7", Single, RE, Red)||RCA Victor||47-6420||US||2001|
|MBR 52||Elvis Presley||Heartbreak Hotel (7", Ltd, Pic)||Maybellene||MBR 52||Europe||1987|