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1.0 out of 5 stars speedway/easy come easy go, 27 Mar. 2011
This review is from: Easy Come Easy Go/Speedway (Audio CD)
Easy come easy go is not really a film soundtrack as it only contains 6 songs, originally realeased as a 6 track extended play.Quite honestly its a pile of rubbish , one gets the impression that who ever wrote the song for this film could't care less about the quality . It seems that Elvis was just going through the motions of singing them as if to say lets get these done with and out of the way, he must have been fed up with some of the trashy song he was been given to sing.
SPEEDWAY
If you buy the double feature album then u will have this as well which was Elvis's last full film soundtrack (but with only 8 elvis songs its not even that)There were other Elvis films but this was the last film soundtrack and it was one of the worst.

It is so bad even thoese fans that bought it were't enough to put it into the album charts first Elvis album not to make the charts.
At least after this the films got better and Elvis was't far away from doing the N.B.C t.v SPEICAL, and the superb 'From Elvis in Memphis.
This album has only 10 tracks on it. 1 is by Nancy Sinatra which is rubbish (I like a lot of stuff Nancy has done but not this)but when I buy an Elvis album thats who I want to hear, one track is reapeated (suppose) which is proberly the best track on the album the rest are absoulte rubbish.
So only buy this in order to compleat your collection dont expect to enjoy it, its garabge and I bet Elvis said' Thank god theres no more of these godam soundtracks lets now get on to making some proper music.
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Initial post: 9 Jul 2016 08:14:45 BDT
Wulf V says:
Of course Easy Come Easy Go IS a film soundtrack. It may not be a 13 or 14 track soundtrack like some of those from 1960-1963 but a soundtrack it is. The purpose of a soundtrack is to convey the mood of a scene in a musical. Its primary purpose is not to churn out 'hit' singles although they certainly did that as well.
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