? ELVIS DISCOGRAPHY (1967): “DOUBLE TROUBLE”

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DOUBLE TROUBLE
EDITED MAY 31, 1967

ALBUM, RADIO RECORDERS – M.G.M. SOUND STAGE

ELVIS DISCOGRAPHY (1967): "DOUBLE TROUBLE"

1. BLUE RIVER
2. NEVER ENDING
3. CITY BY NIGHT
4. OLD MACDONALD
5. DOUBLE TROUBLE
6. IT WON’T BE LONG
7. COULD I FALL IN LOVE
8. I LOVE ONLY ONE GIRL
9. WHAT NOW WHAT NEXT WHERE TO
10. THERE IS SO MUCH WORLD TO SEE
11. BABY IF YOU’LL GIVE ME ALL OF YOUR LOVE
12. LONG LEGGED GIRL (WITH THE SHORT DRESS ON)

INFORMATION

Released in June 1967, the LP Double Trouble was the soundtrack to the film that Elvis made for Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. The recording sessions took place at Radio Recorders and the MGM studios in Culver City, except for three songs that came as bonus tracks and came from the long-ago sessions in May 1963 in Nashville. If in mid-1966 the alarms about Elvis’ sales and the popularity of his films had gone off, by June 1967 they were an obvious reality. This LP is no exception. Topics again of very low quality and with an Elvis with no obvious desire to interpret them. Among the songs on this soundtrack is the infamous “Old McDonald” that irritated Elvis so much and that had to be seen on an album. From the LP we can highlight the bonus tracks, the title that gives its name to the film and a “little gem” like City By Night.

The album did not bear much fruit commercially, reaching number 47 on the Billboard charts and selling no more than 200,000 copies.

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