This album was made up entirely of heretofore unissued recordings by Presley, with the exception of one track that was previously released in the Elvis Love Over Six Centuries - Eloy - Power And The Passion Presley boxed set in Also included was an alternate version of his hit, "One Night" entitled "One Night of Sin" which featured raunchier lyrics than the version RCA Victor released in the s.
A much-bootlegged song cut from the soundtrack of Presley's film Girls! This new rendition was featured in the movie The Trouble with Girls. Plus, there is an alternate take of "Wooden Heart", a song from the film G. Blueswhich has a false start due to Elvis messing up part of the lyrics and subsequently laughing. At the time of the album's release, the origin of two informal recordings released here for the first time: "I'm Beginning to Joyrider - IV You" and a cover of Nat King Cole 's "Mona Lisa" was marked as unknown, with the notation that the two recordings had been discovered at GracelandPresley's mansion.
Later, it was learned that the two recordings What Now My Love (Memphis 2002) - Elvis* - A Legendary Performer (Box Set) among a number that Presley made informally in April while he was stationed in Germany. An excerpt from a interview recording rounds out the collection. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Elvis Presley. Martin's Press,p. According to Jorgensen, the recording date suggested in the liner notes for the What Now My Love (Memphis 2002) - Elvis* - A Legendary Performer (Box Set) Platinum: A Life in Music is incorrect.
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