Elvis Presley - From Elvis In Memphis
Elvis Presley - From Elvis In Memphis
Elvis Presley - From Elvis In Memphis
Elvis Presley - From Elvis In Memphis

Elvis Presley - From Elvis In Memphis

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Elvis Presley - vocals, guitar, piano [click here to see more vinyl featuring Elvis Presley]

Ronnie Milsap (p); Bobby Emmons (org); Reggie Young (g, el-g); Tommy Cogbill, Mike Leech (b); Gene Chrisman (dr); The Memphis Horns and background vocals

Written by Al Owen (A1), Dallas Frazier (A1), Kenneth Gamble (A2), Leon Huff (A2), Jerry Butler (A2), Horton (A3), Eddy Arnold (A3), Thomas C. Dilbeck (A3), Bobby George (A4), Vern Stovall (A4), Johnny Tillotson (A5), Clarence E. Snow (A6), Bernie Baum (B1), Bill Giant (B1), Florence Kaye (B1), John Hartford (B2), J. Lantz (B3), E.Miller (B3), A. L. Owens (B4), Dallas Frazier (B4), Bob Hilliard (B5), Burt Bacharach (B5), Scott Davis (B6)


1 LP, standard sleeve

Original analog Master tape : YES

Heavy Press : 180g

Record color : black

Speed : 33 RPM

Size : 12'’



Record Press : Pallas

Label : Speakers Corner

Original Label : RCA

Recorded January–February 1969 at American Sound Studio, Memphis, Tennessee

Engineered by Al Pachucki

Produced by Felton Jarvis and Chips Moman

Originally released in 1969

Reissued in August 2003


Tracks :

Side A :

  1. Wearin' that Loved Look
  2. Only the Strong Survive
  3. I'll Hold You in My Heart
  4. Long Black Limousine
  5. It Keeps Right On A-Hurtin'
  6. I'm Movin On

Side B :

  1. Power of My Love
  2. Gentle on My Mind
  3. After Loving You
  4. True Love Travels on a Gravel Road
  5. Any Day Now
  6. In the Ghetto



Rolling Stone 500 Greatest Albums of All Time - Ranked 322


Reviews :

“After a 14-year absence from Memphis, Elvis Presley returned to cut what was certainly his greatest album (or, at least, a tie effort with his RCA debut LP from early 1956). The fact that From Elvis in Memphis came out as well as it did is something of a surprise, in retrospect -- Presley had a backlog of songs he genuinely liked that he wanted to record and had heard some newer soul material that also attracted him, and none of it resembled the material that he'd been cutting since his last non-soundtrack album, six years earlier. And he'd just come off of the NBC television special which, although a lot of work, had led him to the realization that he could be as exciting and vital a performer in 1969 as he'd been a dozen years before. And for what was practically the last time, the singer cut his manager, Tom Parker, out of the equation, turning himself over to producer Chips Moman. The result was one of the greatest white soul albums (and one of the greatest soul albums) ever cut, with brief but considerable forays into country, pop, and blues as well. Presley sounds rejuvenated artistically throughout the dozen cuts off the original album, and he's supported by the best playing and backup singing of his entire recording history.” AllMusic Review by Bruce Eder


Ratings :

Allmusic : 5 / 5 , Discogs : 5,00 / 5  , Rate Your Music : 3,90 / 5

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