Unboxing | Elvis Sings The Mad Professor LP Record


By: Elvis Australia
Source: www.elvis.com.au
May 5, 2021

View the 'unboxing', Elvis Presley - Elvis Sings The Mad Professor LP is a Crystal-clear Pic-disc Vinyl and features the best of Elvis sings Ben Weisman. All the songs are mainly alternate tracks between 1956 and 1962 and strictly limited to 1,500 unites worldwide.
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  • 1 x Crystal-clear Pic-disc Vinyl
  • One Time Pressing
  • Strictly Limited Edition:
  • 1,500 Copies Worldwide

Elvis Presley - Elvis Sings The Mad Professor LP.
Elvis Presley - Elvis Sings The Mad Professor LP.

Side A

1. First in Line (Take 27)
2. Got A Lot O' Living to Do (Take 17)
3. Don't Leave Me Now (Version 2, Take 8)
4. As Long as I Have You (Take 8)
5. Crawfish (Take 8)
6. Don't Ask Me Why (Take 12)
7. Fame and Fortune (Take 5)
8. It Feels So Right (Take 3)
9. Wooden Heart (Take 1)

Side B

1. Pocketful of Rainbows (Version 1, Take 14)
2. Summer Kisses, Winter Tears (Take 14)
3. I Slipped, I Stumbled, I Fell (Take 18)
4. In My Way (Take 2)
5. Rock-A-Hula Baby (Take 1)
6. Steppin' Out of Line (Movie Version)
7. Moonlight Swim (Take 2)
8. Follow That Dream (Take 1)
9. I Got Lucky (Version1, Take 6)
10. This Is Living (Take 2)

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