ELVIS PRESLEY DISCOGRAPHY

1964

1. WOODEN HEART

2. BLUE CHRISTMAS

Reference: 447-0720

Side A: Blue Christmas

Recording: September 5, 1957, Radio Recorders studios in Hollywood, California

Author: Billy Hayes & Jay Johnson

Side B: Wooden Heart

Recording: April 28, 1960, RCA Studios in Los Angeles, California

Author: Bert Kaempfert, Fred Wise, Ben Weisman and Kay Twomey

Publication date: November 3, 1964

INFORMATION

Blue Christmas, a song recorded by Elvis for his first Christmas album in 1957 and now appearing as the A-side of a single, failed to chart in the US. In the United Kingdom it reached position number eleven. Take number three served to make the master.

The B-side of it, Wooden Heart, a theme from the soundtrack of the film GI Blues, already appeared as the side of a single in the Anglo-Saxon market, reaching no less than the first position on the charts. Now he was doing it in the US without much luck since he couldn’t get into the Top 100. Take four was chosen for the master.

Information provided by Club Elvis Spain

http://www.clubelvis.org

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