From Memphis to Vegas, From Vegas to Memphis is the first live album by American singer and musician Elvis Presley. It was released on October 14, 1969, by RCA Records. It is a double album, the first album, titled In Person at the International Hotel, Las Vegas, Nevada, contains the live recordings of Presley's hits at the International Hotel in Paradise, Nevada, while the second album, titled Back in Memphis, contains entirely new material recorded at American Sound Studio in Memphis.
Elvis is the eighteenth studio album by American singer and musician Elvis Presley, released in July 1973. It sold over 1 million copies worldwide (despite being released soon after the much more successful Aloha from Hawaii). To differentiate it from his eponymous 1956 release it is sometimes called The "Fool" Album, after its first track. In the US "Fool" was issued as the B-side of "Steamroller Blues" from the Aloha from Hawaii Via Satellite album
"Elvis Presley: Album Guide". Archived from the original on September 18, 2013. Retrieved June 20, 2015. Simpson, Paul (2004). The Rough Guide to Elvis. London: Rough Guides. "American album certifications – Elvis Presley – From Elvis in Memphis". Recording Industry Association of America. Billboard staff (1969).
From Elvis In Memphis Elvis En Memphis (LP, Album). 버전 판매. P8S-1456, P8S 1456. From Elvis In Memphis (8-Trk, Album).
All lyrics from From Elvis In Memphis album, popular Elvis Presley songs with tracklist and information about album. Album From Elvis In Memphis (1969). Elvis Presley "From Elvis In Memphis" (1969) album.
I had to leave town for a little while," begins Elvis Presley, singing the opening words from his 1969 album From Elvis in Memphis, "you said you'd be good while I'm gone. There's more than a hint of mischief in these words, superficially words to an unfaithful lover, but in the wider sense a pretty accurate summary of his career to date
Elvis Presley albums discography. This is a discography of albums by American singer Elvis Presley, from his debut in 1956. The Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) first began tracking sales of Elvis Presley in 1958, who did not receive his first Gold Album award until that year
|1||Wearin' That Loved On Look
Written-By – Owens*, Frazier*
|2||Only The Strong Survive
Written-By – Gamble - Huff*, Butler*
|3||I'll Hold You In My Heart (Till I Can Hold You In My Arms)
Piano – Elvis PresleyWritten-By – Arnold*, Horton*, Dilbeck*
|4||Long Black Limousine
Written-By – George*, Stovall*
|5||It Keeps Right On A-Hurtin'
Written-By – Johnny Tillotson
|6||I'm Movin' On
Written-By – Clarence E. Snow
|7||Power Of My Love
Written-By – Giant-Baum-Kaye*
|8||Gentle On My Mind
Piano – Ronnie MilsapWritten-By – John Hartford
|9||After Loving You
Written-By – Miller*, Lantz*
|10||True Love Travels On A Gravel Road
Written-By – Owens*, Frazier*
|11||Any Day Now
Written-By – Hilliard*, Bacharach*
|12||In The Ghetto
Written-By – Mac Davis
|LSP-4155||Elvis Presley||From Elvis In Memphis (LP, Album)||RCA Victor||LSP-4155||US||1969|
|LSP-4155||Elvis Presley||From Elvis In Memphis (LP, Album, RE)||RCA Victor||LSP-4155||US||1976|
|BVCM-37094||Elvis Presley||From Elvis In Memphis (CD, Album, Ltd, RE, RM, MLP)||BMG, RCA||BVCM-37094||Japan||2000|
|CEP 01||Elvis*||From Elvis In Memphis (CD, Album, RE)||RBA Editores, Sony Music, RCA||CEP 01||Spain||2009|
|none||Elvis Presley||From Elvis In Memphis (16xFile, AAC, Album, RM, 256)||RCA||none||Unknown|