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  • Audio CD (28 Jun. 1997)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: RCA
  • ASIN: B0002W0YTI
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (12 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 309,625 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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The soundtrack for Elvis Presley's 1957 movie 'Loving You' contained only 7 songs. The old RCA Victor label concentrated them onto Side One of the vinyl LP release and filled Side Two with five contemporary studio recordings made by Elvis. The soundtrack tunes include some of the best rock 'n' roll songs of Elvis's career - 'Mean Woman Blues', 'Party' and 'Got A Lot o' Livin' To Do!' are incendiary. There are some slight, situational songs here too - 'Teddy Bear' and 'Lonesome Cowboy' are both rather twee - but overall the 'Loving You' film songs are a blast. The five other tunes are a different story however. Though Elvis did work hard with the filler material he was given, the songs were either forgettable (eg, 'Don't Leave Me Now') or didn't suit The King (eg, 'Blueberry Hill’). There are eight bonus songs on this remastered CD of which only 'One Night of Sin' and a rocky alternative master of 'I Beg Of You' are of interest. An uptempo version of the title ballad 'Loving You' is included but not the gorgeous, pastoral 'farm' arrangement that trumps the other two interpretations. This patchy CD contains some indispensable Presley classics but these are better obtained on 1989's 'Love Me Tender'/'Loving You'/'Jailhouse Rock' soundtrack compendium 'Essential Elvis Presley, Vol. 1'.
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The traditional issues with material where blown away in the new year. Claude Demetrius wrote the great tough rock'n'roll song "Mean Woman Blues", Schroeder and Weisman contributed the flat out "Gotta Lotta Livin' To Do", two of the best rock'n'roll songs Elvis ever recorded. The country "Have I Told you Lately", "Don't Leave Me Now" and "I need you so" are wonderful, varied and powerful. Elvis was now at his best!
The additions to the album are less than enlightening. The reasons for omitting the wonderful "All Shook Up" doesn't make any sense at all. Instead you get the tough gospel flavoured "Tell Me Why" and two songs Elvis never really got on top of, "When It Rains" and "I Beg Of You".
The highlights of the additional material though is the 'dirty' version of One Night, simpler piano driven version when compared to the the superior version record a few months later, but fine never the less. As his is beautiful rendition of the lovely "Is It So Strange", just gorgeous.
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Great listening to it again and again. Superb CD even though I have already go the CD you can never hear enough on The King Elvis
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In one way this is a bit of an odd one. Because they were short of material when the soundtrack was due to be released - which itself is a bit odd because the film plot was based on the rise to fame of a character rather like Elvis with a tacked on love plot, you would have thought that there was plenty of scope to pack songs in - they padded out the second side of the LP with tracks that had been recorded at broadly the same time but were nothing to do with the film. With the CD release they added alternates of film tracks plus other tracks which I think were recorded slightly later (obviously in order to get the number of tracks up to a respectable level).

But none of that is of any importance whatsoever. What matters is that this lot is almost all from the early period at RCA where the energy and enthusiasm that had characterised the Sun sides were still present in abundance, and Presley's sheer joy at being in a recording studio along with legendary session men as well as long term colleagues translated itself into music that was almost an equal joy to listen to. There's something of interest in every track and several are outright classics.

For vitality there's little to beat "Got a Lot o'living' to do" which is very reminiscent of his Sun tracks though the drums and understated Jordanaires give it away as RCA Nashville. The alternate take that closes the album has the Jordanaires in a more prominent position and is less effective though is in no way a bad track - this was an occasion when the producer made the right decision. Melodically it's more complex than most of his rockers and has the sound of songs like "I don't care if the sun don't shine".
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Always mad about Elvis!!! Was is and will always Reign in our hearts. This coming from a strictly "Classical Music" background was strange. In stages it went to "Light Classical", then "Country & Western - finally it became - "Pop". Yes then Elvis visited our house, He came in via the radio..... After that he reigned supreme!!!! He helps me through my long lonely hours spent "Editing my RAW files down to prints". Did I buy two of the latest 27" Quad Core iMac from Apple for my work or as a music station? Elvis has picked me up time and time again. My work-flow suddenly became more enjoyable. I even found a lot more time to watch his best films, with my "harmon/kardon" blasting away. All from Amazon. All Amazing.....
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I used to have this on a 10 inch vinyl. Early Elvis at his best
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