ELVIS PRESLEY DISCOGRAPHY

ELVIS RADIO 24h

(1964)

ASK ME – AIN’T THAT LOVING YOU BABY

EDITED 21-SEP-1964
SINGLE, STUDIO B RCA NASHVILLE
1. ASK ME
2. AIN’T THAT LOVING YOU BABY
Reference: 47-8440
Side A: Ask Me
Recording: May 27, 1963, RCA Studio B in Nashville, Tennessee
Author: Domenico Modugno, Bill Giant, Bernie Baum and Florence Kaye
Side B: Ain’t That Loving You Baby?
Recording: June 10, 1958, RCA Studio B in Nashville, Tennessee
Author: Clyde Otis & Ivory Joe Hunter
Publication Date: September 22, 1964

INFORMATION

Ask Me, Elvis’s new foray into the melodic song of Italian origin. This time with a song composed by Domenico Modugno under the name of Io and that Giant, Baum and Kaye adapted to the English language, even changing the title of the song. Elvis recorded it in those famous “lost” sessions that produced such good songs but unfortunately could not be seen all of them forming a single long duration. Elvis recorded it in studio B on May 27 and 28, 1963 but it was finally take number two recorded on the 27th that would form the master. It managed to reach position No. 12 on the Billboard magazine list.

For the B-side, we have to go further back in time. We are going to the recording sessions carried out by Elvis in June 1958 in Nashville where he recorded five songs among which was this Ain’t That Loving You Baby?, which after six years saw the light for the first time, reaching the sixteenth position on the North American chart. The master take was number four.
Information provided by Club Elvis Spain http://www.clubelvis.org
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