? ELVIS DISCOGRAPHY (1966): “FRANKIE & JOHNNY – PLEASE DON’T STOP LOVING ME”

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FRANKIE AND JOHNNY – PLEASE DON’T STOP LOVING ME
EDITED 28-FEB-1966
SINGLE, RADIO RECORDERS

ELVIS “FRANKIE & JOHNNY – PLEASE DON’T STOP LOVING ME” (1966)

1. FRANKIE AND JOHNNY

2. PLEASE DON’T STOP LOVING ME

Reference: 47-8780

Side A: Frankie And Johnny
Recording: May 13, 1965, Radio Recorders studios in Hollywood, California
Author: Traditional, arranged and adapted by A. Gottlieb, Fred Karger and Ben Weisman

Side B: Please Don’t Stop Loving Me
Recorded: May 13, 1965, Radio Recorders Studios in Hollywood, California
Author: Joy Byers

Release Date: March 1, 1966

INFORMATION

Single taken from the soundtrack of the movie Frankie And Johnny. Precisely, its A side included the theme that gave the film its title; a traditional song that has already seen a version by country legend Jimmie Rodgers. The subject reached position No. 25 in the US and No. 21 in the UK. The master was taken from take six.

Its B-side, a beautiful ballad that would reach No. 45 on Billboard magazine’s Hot 100 but would not enter the British charts. The master take was number nineteen. For these recording sessions held in Hollywood, Elvis worked with musicians including Scotty Moore, Tiny Timbrell and Charlie McCoy (also harmonica), Bob Moore on bass, Buddy Harman and DJ Fontana on drums, Larry Muhoberac on piano, George Worth on trumpet, Richard Noel on trombone, Gus Bivona on saxophone, John T. Johnson and Robert Corwin on tubas and on vocals The Jordanaires: Gordon Stoker, Hoyt Hawkins, Neal Matthews and Ray Walker; Eileen Wilson and Sue Ann Langdon.

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