IF EVERYDAY WAS LIKE CHRISTMAS – HOW WOULD YOU LIKE TO BE
EDITED 14-NOV-1966
SINGLE, STUDIO B RCA NASHVILLE

ELVIS DISCOGRAPHY (1966): "IF EVERYDAY WAS LIKE CHRISTMAS - HOW WOULD YOU LIKE TO BE"

 

1. HOW WOULD YOU LIKE TO BE
2. IF EVERYDAY WAS LIKE CHRISTMAS
Reference: 47-8950

Side A: If Every Day Was Like Christmas
Recording: June 10-12, 1966, RCA Studio B in Nashville, Tennessee
Author: Bobby β€œRed” West

Side B: How Would You Like To Be
Recording: September 22, 1962, RCA Studio B in Nashville, Tennessee
Author: Ben Raleigh & Mark Barkan

Publication date: November 15, 1966

 

INFORMATION

The first and only Christmas song recorded by Elvis in the 60s. A composition by his friend and bodyguard Red West that had the privilege of appearing as the A-side of this single, although unfortunately it failed to enter the North American charts. On the contrary, in the United Kingdom it achieved a creditable ninth position in the charts. It is unknown exactly which takes were chosen as the master for both the instrumental recording and the vocal part.

For the B-side, a theme from the soundtrack of It Happened At The World’s Fair (1963), How Would You Like To Be, was rescued. Master take taken from cut number six. It did not enter the lists.

 

 

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