Elvis Presley’s ‘Today’ feat. ‘ T-R-O-U-B-L-E’ is an album (his last in studio), released on May 7, 1975 by RCA Records.
Track Listing : 1.T-R-O-U-B-L-E (Jerry Chesnut) – 03:06 . 2.And I Love You So (Don Mclean) – 03:41 . 3.Susan When She Tried (Don Reid) – 02:20 . 4.Woman Without Love (Jerry Chesnut) – 03:37 . 5.Shake A Hand (Joe Morris) – 03:52 . 6.Pieces Of My Life (Troy Seals) – 04:07 . 7.Fairytale (Bonnie Pointer, Anita Pointer) – 02:47 . 8.I Can Help (Billy Swan) – 04:08 . 9.Bringin’ It Back (Greg Gordon) – 03:04 . 10.Green, Green Grass Of Home (Curly Putman) – 03:39
Musicians : Elvis Presley – Lead Vocals . James Burton – Guitar . David Briggs – Keyboards . Buddy Spicher – Fiddle . Chip Young – Guitar . Johnny Christopher – Guitar . Weldon Myrick – Steel Guitar . Norbert Putnam – Bass . Mike Leech – Bass . Tony Brown – Keyboards . Duke Bardwell – Bass . Ronnie Tutt – Drums . Charlie Hodge – Guitar, Harmony Vocals . Glen Hardin – Keyboards . Jimmy Gordon – Keyboards . Millie Kirkham – Background Vocals . Mary Holladay – Background Vocals . Ginger Holladay – Background Vocals . Lea Berinati – Background Vocals
Production : Produced By Elton Jarvis . Al Pachucki – Engineer . Mike Shockley – Engineer . Rick Ruggieri – Engineer
Recorded March 10–12, 1975 At Rca Studio C, Hollywood, California.
Released On May 7, 1975 By Rca Records.
Superficially, nearly every song on this album would have been better off in the hands of one of the other Sun singers, or one of Presley’s latter-day imitators. […]
Elvis pored through song after song after song and wound up going with Don McLean’s “And I Love You So,” a maudlin weeper that didn’t even show off his voice in its best light. The “Colonel” must have been rolling his eyes. RCA certainly didn’t care. They had Elvis right where they wanted him: in the studio. […]
It is refreshing to here Elvis tackle a new rocker again and, in many ways, this is just as convincing as 1973’s Promised Land. Elvis sounds totally focussed on the song and sounds as if he is having a great time to boot. […]