"A little less conversation"
"A Little Less Conversation" song written by Mac Davis and Billy Strange and originally recorded by Elvis Presley for the movie "Live a Little, Love a Little" in 1968. It was released as a single by RCA Victor in September 1968 with the song "Almost in love" as a B-side. In its original release it reached number 69 on the Top 100 Billboard Singles chart. It was recorded on March 7, 1968 at the Western Recorders studio in Hollywood, California. This recording session was the first in which Elvis worked with a live orchestra in the studio. The song was included on Lp on the album "Almost in love" and later "Double Feature", "CommandPerformances", "The Essential Elvis Presley" and "Elvis at the Movies".
The power of this song would not be recognized in its time, but the amazing thing would come with time,... A revised recording in June 1968 intended for the nbc television special that was cut at the last minute rose like a phoenix into the new millennium when it would be remixed by JXL This remixed version reached number one in the popularity charts of more than 20 countries. At that time ELV1S 30 #1 Hits was in preparation, a compilation of Elvis Presley's singles that had reached the first place of popularity in the United States. reached number 1 in the UK and many other international territories a version that has appeared on Elvis by the Presleys, ELVIS 30 n #1 HITS, History and The Essential Elvis Presley (2007) Alternate takes included on Almost in Love and on the Double Features of the Film The outtake on the NBC show was included in Memories: The '68 Comeback Special.
A song that leaves memory in the listener for its catchy melody.
FROM TUPELO TO MEMPHIS XXXVII
"Following the path of the King..."https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zx1_6F-nCawAn
incredible song in time, performed by Elvis Presley for the first time with an orchestra, a new musical vision in his artistic path.Although he never had to prove anything because he was an excellent singer...Elvis always grew when there was someone new around and in this case he would have to impress all these musicians....
A song that was written or inspired by Aretha Franklin but is later included in this film in the scene where Elvis shows up at the party with a girl he wants to conquer...Alternate shots....https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0_wNld8l9Qk
Following the path of the King..."https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WWVMXLSS1cA&list=RDWWVMXLSS1cA&t=6