I Was The One - Elvis Presley - The Orange Collection (CD)


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Girl Happy Elvis was so embarrassed by most I Was The One - Elvis Presley - The Orange Collection (CD) this soundtrack to his spring-break fantasy flick that he asked for his vocals to be lower in the mix on the exuberant title track. The ballads also fail to ignite, making the record a bit of a slog. It takes you to another world — just not the one it was going for. Fun in Acapulco Presley plays another romantically persistent boat worker in this movie, and we get another soundtrack of Elvis exotica.

Good Times Okay times. Pot Luck With Elvis Given the album title, this is predictably uneven. Unless, that is, you thought the originals lacked gloopy string arrangements. Love Letters From Elvis Why not get three albums for the price of two? The Polynesian furniture was cleared out of Graceland to make room for a recording setup to capture performances from the waning singer in between I Was The One - Elvis Presley - The Orange Collection (CD) obsessive I Was The One - Elvis Presley - The Orange Collection (CD) of Charles Bronson in Death Wish.

This is definitive I Was The One - Elvis Presley - The Orange Collection (CD) Elvis. The vinyl version of the complete show went No. Tighter and more pleasurable than the previous bombastic New York and Hawaii live albums, this excises a lot I Was The One - Elvis Presley - The Orange Collection (CD) flab while, this being an Elvis album, retaining I Was The One - Elvis Presley - The Orange Collection (CD) and adds gospel grit via J.

The title song simulates heavenly thunder over tinkling piano, and the rest of the A side is sweetly sung and gently soothing. The vinyl is heavy and rigid. It has been documented enough where there are variations in the orange label, rigid vinyl LPs that may result by identifying them by likely release years of or The vinyl is heavy, however, there is a much smaller circle that surrounds the spindle hole. This hole is approx one inch in radius and is a thin, light groove.

The label is flat, and resembles the orange label, flexible vinyl releases. This gallery does not distinguish between rigid or flexible by this identification. This gallery of orange label US releases is comprised of images to represent the actual LPs that are wanted for my collection. Some of these releases may only be available as releases, while others for both and

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