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Sunday, September 11, 2022

(1957) TOO MUCH - PLAYING FOR KEEPS

 


TOO MUCH - PLAYING FOR KEEPS

EDITADED 03-ENE-1957

SINGLE, RADIO RECORDERS


1. TOO MUCH 

2. PLAYING FOR KEEPS

Reference: 20/47-6800 


Side A: Too Much 

Recording: September 2, 1956, Radio Recorders studios in Hollywood, California Author: Bernard Weinman & Lee Rosenberg 


Side B: Playing For Keeps

 Recording: September 1, 1956, Radio Recorders studios in Hollywood, California Author: Stanley Kessler 


Publication date: January 4, 1957


Too Much, another of Elvis's great recordings during the 50's, magnificent performance and no less spectacular Scotty Moore on guitar. It entered the Billboard Top 100 on January 26, 1957 and reached number one on February 6 for four consecutive weeks. In total, seventeen weeks for a song whose master was extracted from take twelve. On Country charts it was number five and seven on Rhythm & Blues charts.


Side B, Playing For Keeps had the best position at number thirty-four. The take for the master was number seven. Currently, the single is certified Platinum. The recording sessions of the days 1, 2 and 3 of September of 1956 realized in the studies Radio Recorders of Hollywood were of the most fruitful; songs like Love Me, Paralyzed or Anyplace Is Paradise emerged from them. Elvis was backed by his usual musicians at the time: Scotty Moore, Bill Black, D.J. Fontana and the unmistakable voice of The Jordanaires. At the piano were Jordanaire Gordon Sotcker and Elvis Presley himself.



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