Limited 180gm colored vinyl LP pressing. "A rock-and-sock story about the rock and roll kid!" That's one of the taglines for Elvis Presley's second movie, the sort of, not really, maybe just a little bit autobiographical 1957 musical drama, Loving You. The film is by turns amusing, touching and exciting as it tells the story of the young "Local Talent" who suddenly becomes successful. Side one of it's Gold-certified, chart topping soundtrack features Elvis singing seven of the wonderful new songs written especially for the movie. On side two he gives his own very special vocal treatment of five well-known popular ballads. Accompanying Elvis on all the numbers here is his usual trio of Scotty Moore on guitar, Bill Black on bass, and D.J. Fontana on drums plus accomplished pianist Dudley Brooks and the vocal quartet The Jordanaires.
Limited 180gm colored vinyl LP pressing. "A rock-and-sock story about the rock and roll kid!" That's one of the taglines for Elvis Presley's second movie, the sort of, not really, maybe just a little bit autobiographical 1957 musical drama, Loving You. The film is by turns amusing, touching and exciting as it tells the story of the young "Local Talent" who suddenly becomes successful. Side one of it's Gold-certified, chart topping soundtrack features Elvis singing seven of the wonderful new songs written especially for the movie. On side two he gives his own very special vocal treatment of five well-known popular ballads. Accompanying Elvis on all the numbers here is his usual trio of Scotty Moore on guitar, Bill Black on bass, and D.J. Fontana on drums plus accomplished pianist Dudley Brooks and the vocal quartet The Jordanaires.
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Loving You [180 Gram Translucent Gold Audiophile Vinyl/Limited Anniversary Edition/Gatefold Cover]
Artist: Elvis Presley
Format: Vinyl
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Limited 180gm colored vinyl LP pressing. "A rock-and-sock story about the rock and roll kid!" That's one of the taglines for Elvis Presley's second movie, the sort of, not really, maybe just a little bit autobiographical 1957 musical drama, Loving You. The film is by turns amusing, touching and exciting as it tells the story of the young "Local Talent" who suddenly becomes successful. Side one of it's Gold-certified, chart topping soundtrack features Elvis singing seven of the wonderful new songs written especially for the movie. On side two he gives his own very special vocal treatment of five well-known popular ballads. Accompanying Elvis on all the numbers here is his usual trio of Scotty Moore on guitar, Bill Black on bass, and D.J. Fontana on drums plus accomplished pianist Dudley Brooks and the vocal quartet The Jordanaires.