Elvis - 40th Anniversary Best Of Singles A & B (Alternative Versions 1956/1962) mp3 album
Elvis (also known as Elvis Presley No. 2) is the second studio album by American rock and roll singer Elvis Presley, released by RCA Victor in October 1956 in mono.
Alternative Songs is a record chart published by Billboard magazine that ranks the most-played songs on American modern rock radio stations. Introduced by Billboard in September 1988 and named Modern Rock Tracks until June 2009, it was initially compiled based on weighted reports from several national rock radio stations
Alternative Songs is a record chart that ranks the most-played songs on American modern rock radio stations. Published by the music industry magazine Billboard, it was created in the midst of the growing popularity of alternative music on rock radio in the late 1980s. As less-established alternative acts were receiving minimal exposure on album-oriented rock (AOR) radio stations, their labels turned to modern rock stations for airplay
At the sessions for his first album, the singer and all concerned were treading into unmapped territory and not sure what they were doing or if they were ready for it - by September of 1956, when the three days of sessions behind the Elvis album took place, he was on top, a national phenomenon of a kind that hadn't been. seen in music since Frank Sinatra a dozen years earlier, and he had some more experience recording. And with that confidence came better singing. The songs here were, for the most part, material that he knew well, with one new submission by Otis Blackwell.
All the singles and albums of Elvis Presley, peak chart positions, career stats, week-by-week chart runs and latest news. Born in Tupelo, Mississippi, on January 8, 1935, Elvis Presley is one of the UK charts's leading icons. Presley passed away on August 16 1977. Some 39 years later, his posthumous album Wonder of You hit Number 1, creating the largest gap between Number 1 albums ever recorded, a span of over 50 years.
Until the advent of what we called album rock stations which even in 1970's were relatively scarce (I grew up in Atlanta - not a small town, . So many of these shorter versions.
The TV special was actually called Singe. resents Elvis (the Singer corporation being the sponsor) and was rescued from being a schmaltzy affair (with The King singing Christmas Carols) by producer Bob Finkel and director Steve Binder who combined to produce something that would appeal to a younger demographic and help to update Elvis Presley’s sound. This performance included raw takes of some of Presley’s best records, including ‘That’s All Right’ and ‘Heartbreak Hotel. Great versions of ‘Baby, What You Want Me to Do’ and ‘Lawdy, Miss Clawdy’ signaled Presley’s return to rock ‘n’ roll, after years in Hollywood making forgettable movies and dubious soundtracks.
Elvis Presley is ranked number 171 in the overall artist rankings with a total rank score of 19,011. Members who like this artist also like: Johnny Cash, Miles Davis and James Brown. This may not be a complete discography for Elvis Presley. This listing only shows those albums by this artist that appear in at least one chart on this site. If an album is 'missing' that you think deserves to be here, you can include it in your own chart from the My Charts page!
This week's most popular alternative/modern rock songs, ranked by airplay detections as measured by Nielsen Music. How This Chart Works. Radio Airplay ALTERNATIVE SONGS. This week's most popular alternative/modern rock songs, ranked by airplay detections as measured by Nielsen Music. Try a birthday or anniversary.
|A1||I Got A Woman - Alt.|
|A2||Heartbreak Hotel - Take 5|
|A3||Shake, Rattle And Roll Take 8|
|A4||I Want You, I Need You, I Love You - Take 15|
|A5||One Night Of Sin|
|A6||Jailhouse Rock - Take 5|
|A7||King Creole - Take 18|
|A8||A Big Hunk O' Love - Take3|
|B1||A Fool Such As I - Take 8|
|B2||Stuck On You - Take 1|
|B3||I Feel So Bad - Take 1|
|B4||His Latest Flame - Take 2|
|B5||Can't Help Falling In Love - Take 13|
|B6||Good Luck Charm - Take 1|
|B7||She's Not You - Take2|
|B8||One Broken Heart For Sale - Take 1|
|C1||Blue Moon - Take 5|
|C2||Lawdy, Miss Clawdy - Take 5|
|C3||I Was The One - Take 7A|
|C4||I Beg Of You - Take 12|
|C5||That's When Your Heartaches Begin - Take 6|
|C6||Loving You - Version Rapide, Take 8|
|C7||Treat Me Nice - Version Film, Take 19|
|C8||Doncha' Think Its Time - Take 39|
|D1||I Need Your Love Tonight - Take 10|
|D2||Ain't That Loving You Babe - Take 11|
|D3||I Got Stung - Take 16|
|D4||A Mess Of Blues - Take 1|
|D5||Fame And Fortune - Take 5|
|D6||Rock A-Hula-Baby - Take 3|
|D7||Little Sister - Take 3|
|D8||Just Tell Her Jim Said Hello - Take 1|
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