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Elvis Presley  True Love Travels On a Gravel Road   buy on itunes
Elvis Presley  Like a Baby   buy on itunes
Elvis Presley  Don't Leave Me Now   buy on itunes
Elvis Presley  Tomorrow Night   buy on itunes
Elvis Presley  Something (Live)   buy on itunes
Elvis Presley  Shoppin' Around   buy on itunes
Elvis Presley  Milk Cow Blues Boogie   buy on itunes
Elvis Presley  Night Rider   buy on itunes
Elvis Presley  Harem Holiday   buy on itunes
Elvis Presley  Shake a Hand   buy on itunes
Elvis Presley  The Girl of My Best Friend   buy on itunes
Elvis Presley  Twenty Days and Twenty Nights   buy on itunes
Elvis Presley  Doncha' Think It's Time   buy on itunes
Elvis Presley  I Washed My Hands In Muddy Water   buy on itunes
Elvis Presley  Milky White Way   buy on itunes
Elvis Presley  Loving Arms   buy on itunes
Elvis Presley  Lawdy, Miss Clawdy   buy on itunes
Elvis Presley  Suspicion   buy on itunes
Elvis Presley  I'm Gonna Sit Right Down and Cry (Over You)   buy on itunes
Elvis Presley  And I Love You So   buy on itunes
Elvis Presley  Hi-Heel Sneakers   buy on itunes
Elvis Presley  The Sound of Your Cry   buy on itunes
Elvis Presley  Let It Be Me (Live)   buy on itunes
Elvis Presley  Pledging My Love   buy on itunes
Elvis Presley  Tomorrow Is a Long Time   buy on itunes

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Although the George Jones-style tearjerker "Don't Leave Me Now" was originally intended for Elvis’ 1957 movie [i]Loving You[/i] — in fact, it even appears on the soundtrack — the tune unjustly wound up on the cutting room floor. Writer Dallas Frazier, who had penned such rock and country chart-toppers as “Alley-Oop” and “Elvira,” turned his attention to soul music when he sent Presley “True Love Travels on a Gravel Road,” and Elvis’ blue-eyed soul pulsates with the kind of hard-earned truth only experience brings. And covering the Beatles — especially one of their #1 hits — is always a hazardous undertaking, since their originals are so entrenched in our collective memory. But Presley pries George Harrison’s "Something" from the Fab Four’s grip, adds orchestral backing, and morphs it into a brassy, Vegas-style showstopper for his 1973 [i]Aloha from Hawaii Via Satellite[/i] television special.
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