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  • Performer: Elvis Presley
  • Title: From Elvis At American Sound Studio Memphis, Tennessee
  • Genre: Rock / Pop
  • Released: 2015
  • MP3 album: 1449 mb
  • FLAC album: 1229 mb
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Elvis Presley - From Elvis At American Sound Studio Memphis, Tennessee album FLAC

From Elvis Presley Boulevard, Memphis, Tennessee is the twenty-third studio album by American singer and musician Elvis Presley, released by RCA Records in May, 1976. It became Presley's fourth album to reach on the Billboard country music album sales chart within the last four years. Hurt" was a top 10 hit on both the country and adult contemporary charts, while "For the Heart" stalled at on the country charts

From Elvis In Memphis and Back In Memphis.

Genre: Bootleg American Sound Studios, Memphis/TN - January/February 1969. Fresh from his Comeback Special this is Elvis Presley at his peak. A new producer, strong material and one of the best session bands in the country reinvigorated the King. This is unarguably his most consistent post-army work. BONUS TRACKS: The rest of Elvis' 1969 studio sessions: 23: Change Of Habit 24: Let's Be Friends 25: Let Us Pray 26: Let Us Pray - alt1 27: Let Us Pray - alt2 28: Have A Happy.

Explore releases from the American Sound Studio, Memphis, TN label. Discover what's missing in your discography and shop for American Sound Studio, Memphis, TN releases. Elvis Presley also recorded "Kentucky Rain", "In The Ghetto", and "Suspicious Minds" here in January and February 1969. Moman began ramping down activity at the studio at the end of 1970, when he opened American Sound Studio, Atlanta, GA and American Studios, Nashville. The building was demolished in 1987 to build an auto parts store. RCA Victor, Follow That Dream Records.

By 1976 Elvis was recording at home in Graceland, cutting what would be the final recordings of his career. Filled with bathos and showing little rock & roll vitality, these remain interesting nonetheless, as it implied his accepting his age somewhat and attempting to combine old-fashioned, melodramatic soul with contemporary country-pop. While the pain and decay are evident - especially in hindsight - Elvis could still sing: "Hurt" is excellent, one of his best and, on "Danny Boy," Elvis reaches with an aching falsetto that closes the song, appropriately.

The recording of the album marked the definite return of Presley to non-soundtrack albums, after finishing his movie contract with Paramount pictures. Motivated by his early influences in Country,Rhythm& Blues and the latest music trend in Memphis being Gospel and Soul, Presley chose to record these songs at the Memphis-based American Sound Studio. 180 gram audiophile vinyl. View Complete Catalog.

I had to leave town for a little while," begins Elvis Presley, singing the opening words from his 1969 album From Elvis in Memphis, "you said you'd be good while I'm gone. There's more than a hint of mischief in these words, superficially words to an unfaithful lover, but in the wider sense a pretty accurate summary of his career to date. Now Memphis soul ruled the roost; Elvis was irrelevant and, in Stax and American Sound Studios, Memphis was once again the homeland of pop music. The material varies from old country standards from Elvis' childhood, written and performed by Hank Snow and Eddy Arnold, more contemporary r&b numbers like Jerry Butler's 'Only the Strong Survive,' and fresh new material by Mac Davis ('In the Ghetto') and Mark James 'Suspicious Minds,' recorded by the songwriter and Moman a year earlier at American.

Elvis Presley - Long Black Limousine (03:42, 320Kb/s). Elvis Presley - It Keeps Right On A-Hurtin' (02:37, 320Kb/s). Elvis Presley - Kentucky Rain (03:15, 320Kb/s). Elvis Presley - Power of My Love (02:39, 320Kb/s). Listen online and stay in a good mood. Org Album: From Elvis in Memphis (1969).

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Kentucky Rain – Take 8
Written-By – Dick Heard, Eddie Rabbitt
A2 My Little Friend – Master
Written-By – Shirl Milete
A3 Rubberneckin’ – Takes 1,2/M
Written-By – Bunny Warren, Dory Jones
A4 If I’m A Fool (For Loving You) – Master
Written-By – Stan Kesler
A5 True Love Travels On A Gravel Road – Take 5
Written-By – A.L. Owens*, Dallas Frazier
A6 Hey Jude – Take 1
Written-By – Lennon/McCartney*
B1 I’ll Be There – takes 1, 2 3M
Written-By – Bobby Darin
B2 Kentucky Rain – Takes 5, 6, 7
Written-By – Dick Heard, Eddie Rabbitt
B3 Who Am I? – Undubbed Master
Written-By – Charles Goodman
B4 Memory Revival – Instrumental
Written-By – A.L. Owens*, Dallas Frazier
C1 If I’m A Fool (For Loving You) – Takes 1, 2, 3
Written-By – Stan Kesler
C2 Come Out, Come Out (Wherever You Are) – Instrumental Take 2/M
Written-By – Don Thomas , Mike Millius
C3 Mama Liked The Roses – Alternative Vocal Overdub
Written-By – John Christopher*
C4 Kentucky Rain – Take 9
Written-By – Dick Heard, Eddie Rabbitt
C5 In The Ghetto – Take 19
Written-By – Mac Davis
D1 Poor Man’s Gold – Take 12/M With Abandoned Vocal Overdub
Written-By – Mac Davis
D2 I’ll Be There – Takes 4, 5, 6
Written-By – Bobby Darin
D3 Do You Know Who I Am? – Takes 3, 5
Written-By – Bobby Russell
D4 Only The Strong Survive – Takes 8,11, 12
Written-By – Kenny Gamble/ Leon Huff*, Jerry Butler

Companies, etc.

  • Licensed From – Sony Music Entertainment
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Follow That Dream Records
  • Copyright (c) – Follow That Dream Records
  • Recorded At – American Sound Studio, Memphis, TN
  • Mastered At – Abbey Road Studios


  • A&R [Original] – Felton Jarvis
  • Bass – Mike Leech, Tommy Cogbill
  • Drums – Gene Chrisman
  • French Horn [Overdubbed] – Joe D'Gerolamo, Tony Cason
  • Guitar – Elvis Presley, Reggie Young
  • Harmonica – Ed Kollis
  • Mastered By – Sebastian Jeansson, Vic Anesini
  • Organ – Bobby Emmons
  • Piano – Bobby Wood, Elvis Presley
  • Producer, Art Direction – Roger Semon
  • Saxophone [Overdubbed] – Andrew Lowe*, Glen Spreen, J.P. Luper, Jackie Thomas
  • Sitar – Reggie Young
  • Steel Guitar – John Hughey
  • Trombone [Overdubbed] – Ed Logan, Gerald Richardson, Jack Hale*, Jackie Thomas
  • Trumpet [Overdubbed] – Dick Steff, R.F. Taylor, Wayne Jackson
  • Vocals [Overdubs] – Dolores Edgin, Donna Thatcher, Ginger Holladay, Hurschel Wiginton*, Joe Babcock, June Page, Mary "Jeannie" Greene*, Mary Holladay, Millie Kirkham, Sandy Posey, Sonja Montgomery, Susan Pilkington


Elvis at American Sound, Memphis, Tennessee”
(Limited Edition Vinyl 2-Disc Vinyl Set Released on 180gram vinyl ,and mastered at Abbey Road, London, ”Elvis at American Sound” completes the successful American Sound trilogy. ”From Elvis In Memphis” and ”Back In Memphis”

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5060209750781
  • Matrix / Runout (etching runout A): 506020-975078 A-2
  • Matrix / Runout (etching runout B): 506020-975078 B-1
  • Matrix / Runout (etching runout C): 506020-975078 C-1
  • Matrix / Runout (etching runout D): 506020-975078 D-1
  • Rights Society: NⒸB

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