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9 thoughts on “ My Baby Left Me - Elvis Presley - For LP Fans Only (CD) ”

  1. Released by RCA VICTOR on 2/8/59, FOR LP FANS ONLY (LPM ) was Elvis Presley's seventh LP for that label and the first to not reach Billboard's top three positions. It peaked at #19 on the Top Pop Albums chart and, save for a 8-track, was withdrawn from the Presley catalog/5(2).
  2. For LP Fans Only marks the first time RCA dipped into the Sun vaults to fill out an Elvis Presley LP. To a certain extent, their hand was forced. By January , when For LP Fans Only hit the stores, Elvis was eight months into his Army stint with no end in sight, so RCA was stuck for new product and the easiest solution was to dig up Sun sessions and pair them with early RCA cuts initially.
  3. Listen to your favorite songs from For LP Fans Only by Elvis Presley Now. Stream ad-free with Amazon Music Unlimited on mobile, desktop, and tablet. Download our mobile app now.
  4. Jun 22,  · referencing For LP Fans Only, LP, Comp, L This iconic release by Elvis of 10 previously recorded tracks is a compilation made up by RCA execs and released to keep Elvis in the public eye, and in the hit parades selling records, while serving in the US Army. It includes four of his legendary Sun recordings and six newer RCA recordings/5().
  5. Elvis Presley (King of Rock and Roll) (track 1) Elvis Presley (King of Rock and Roll) () (track 14) lyricist.
  6. This album was thrown together mostly from old 45 RPM singles to get something on the market while Elvis was overseas, and the total time of its ten (monophonic) songs is just over 20 minutes. Yet after 50 years, "For LP Fans Only" remains a monument to the genesis of rock 'n' roll/5(59).
  7. My baby left me, my baby left me. My baby even left me, never said a word. Now I stand at my window, wring my hands and cry. I hate to lose that woman, hate to say goodbye. You know she left me, yes, she left me. My baby even left me, never said a word. Baby, one of these mornings, Lord, it won't be long, You'll look for me and, Baby, and daddy.
  8. This quintessential release features one of Elvis Presley's finest albums from the late fifties, originally released on the RCA label: For LP Fans Only ()/5(60).

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