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LoveMe Tender (Mono)

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  1. Yozilkree says:
    One of the more common Elvis EP's and one of the least exciting as it contains only one superior song. "Love Me Tender" is a very slow, gentle ballad and remains an Elvis Presley signature song.
  2. Akijinn says:
    the mono master. The re-recording of 'Love Me Tender' can found on the albumIf I Can Dream, which contained Elvis' original vocals but with new backings by The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, and which actually went to number one in the UK album charts.
  3. Vomuro says:
    Mono recordings were often rechanneled into fake stereo.. LOVE ME TENDER (SPC) is a DOT Records-authorized LP of tracks that have undergone stereo reprocessing. "April Love" was a #1 Billboard Pop hit for Pat in "Friendly Persuasion" peaked at #5 in ' SIDE ONE [] Love Me Tender [] Three Coins in the Fountain [] Blue Moon3/5(1).
  4. Masar says:
    Listen to Love Me Tender - Mono from Elvis Presley's The 50 Greatest Love Songs for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists.
  5. Mek says:
    Elvis & Linda: Love Me Tender (Mono) - Love Me Tender (Stereo) (7inch, 45rpm) Unofficial release - electronically produced studio recording from , featuring two .
  6. Gagar says:
    4. Love Me - (mono) 5. Trying to Get to You - (mono) 6. All Shook Up - (mono) 7. Steamroller Blues - (mono) 8. Medley: (Let Me Be Your) Teddy Bear/Don't Be Cruel - (mono) 9. Love Me Tender - (mono) Medley: Long Tall Sally/Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin On/Your Mama Don't Dance/Flip, Flop and Fly/Jailhouse Rock/Hound Dog - (mono) Fever - (mono.
  7. Faujind says:
    Rent Love Me Tender () starring Elvis Presley and Debra Paget on DVD and Blu-ray. Get unlimited DVD Movies & TV Shows delivered to your door with no .
  8. Grorisar says:
    The title song "Love Me Tender" was taken from the Civil War ballad "Aure Lea", written by W.W. Fosdick (words) and George R. Poulton (music). That song first appeared on the screen in the film Come and Get It (), sung by Francis Farmer.

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