RCA Victor release ‘Elvis Is Back!’ Elvis Presley’s first album after his return from the Army (1960)

Elvis Presley‘s ‘Elvis Is Back!’ is his tenth studio album recorded after his return from the U.S. Army.and released on April 8, 1960 by RCA Victor in mono and stereo


RCA Victor release ‘Elvis Is Back!’ Elvis Presley’s first album after his return from the Army (1960)

Track Listing : 1.Make Me Know It (Otis Blackwell) – 01:58 . 2.Fever (John Davenport, Eddie Cooley) – 03:31 . 3.The Girl Of My Best Friend (Beverly Ross, Sam Bobrick) – 02:21 . 4.I Will Be Home Again (Bennie Benjamin, Raymond Leveen, Louis C. Singer) – 02:33 . 5.Dirty, Dirty Feeling (Jerry Leiber, Mike Stoller) – 01:35 . 6.Thrill Of Your Love (Stan Kesler) – 02:59 . 7.Soldier Boy (David Jones, Theodore Williams, Jr.) – 03:04 . 8.Such A Night (Lincoln Chase) – 02:58 . 9.It Feels So Right (Fred Wise, Ben Weisman) – 02:09 . 10.Girl Next Door Went A-Walking (Bill Rice, Thomas Wayne) – 02:12 . 11.Like A Baby (Jesse Stone) – 02:38 . 12.Reconsider Baby (Lowell Fulson) – 03:39

Musicians : Elvis Presley – Vocals, Acoustic Guitar . Scotty Moore – Electric Guitar . Hank Garland – Electric Guitar, Electric Bass . Floyd Cramer – Piano . Bob Moore – Double Bass . D. J. Fontana – Drums . Buddy Harman – Drums . The Jordanaires – Backing Vocals . Boots Randolph – Saxophone . Charlie Hodge – Backing Vocals On (4)

Production : Produced By Steve Sholes, Chet Atkins . Bill Porter – Engineer, Mixing

Recorded March–April 1960 At Rca Studio B, Nashville, Tennessee.

Released On April 8, 1960 By Rca Victor.

(Source Elvis Presley‘s ‘Elvis Is Back!’ | Official Site)


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