|Title:||Night & Day In Nashville 1956 - 166 Studion Recordings|
|Style:||Ballad, Rock & Roll|
|Category:||Rock / Pop|
|Other format:||FLAC AA DXD XM ASF ADX MP2|
Night & Day In Nashville 1956 - 166 Studion Recordings (CD, Comp). Top Notch Nashville - Elvis At RCA's Studio B - Part 1 - The Bootleg Series Vol. 1 (CD, Comp, Ltd).
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.
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.
So a lot was unsettled and untried at the first of two groups of sessions that produced the Elvis Presley album - it wasn't even certain that there was any reason for a rock & roll artist to cut an album, because teenagers bought 45s, not LPs. 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
If Elvis isn't quite as important historically as the Elvis Presley album that preceded it, that's only because it came second - musically, it's a more confident and bolder work than his debut, and in any other artist's output it would have been considered a crowning achievement
Watch the video for Heartbreak Hotel from Elvis Presley's Elvis 30 Hits for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Recorded in January 1956 in Nashville, it was released as a single in the USA (with the B-side "I Was the One") on January 27, 1956. Heartbreak Hotel" is Elvis's first Number One for RCA and only the second song he recorded for the label.
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|1||I Got A Woman (Alternate Take)|
|2||I’m Counting On You (Take 13)|
|3||I Got Stung (Original Master)|
|4||Fame And Fortune (Spliced Take)|
|5||Thrill Of Your Love (Original Master)|
|6||He Knows Just What I Need (Take 10)|
|7||There’s Always Me (Spliced Take)|
|8||I’m Coming Home (Original Mix)|
|9||Kiss Me Quick (Take 7)|
|10||Anything That’s Part Of You (Take 3)|
|11||Good Luck Charm (Original Mix)|
|12||I Met Her Today (Spliced Take)|
|13||Night Rider (Original Mix)|
|14||Something Blue (Take 6)|
|15||Gonna Get Back Home Somehow (Take 6)|
|16||Just For Old Time Sake (Original Mix)|
|17||Just Tell Her Jim Said Hello (Try-out)|
|18||So Close, Yet So Far (From Paradise) (Take 3)|
|19||Wisdom Of The Ages (Take 4)|
|20||Down In The Alley (Take 7)|
|21||Come What May (Take 1)|
|22||I’ll Remember You (Take 3|