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ELVIS Y EL BILLBOARD - 1955 (Part 2)

 1955, SINGLES


Sam Phillips and Elvis Presley



MILKCOW BLUES BOOGIE - YOU'RE A HEARTBREAKER




Reference number: SUN 215 
Publication date: January 29, 1955 

Milkcow Blues Boogie (K. Arnold) 2:23 
Recording date: December 20, 1954 
Venue: Sun Records (Memphis, Tennessee)

This song was composed by the singer Kokomo Arnold and was on the A side of the third single that Elvis Presley recorded on Sun. It wouldn't make the charts.






You're a Heartbreaker (J. Sallee) 2:12
Recording date: December 20, 1954
Venue: Sun Records (Memphis, Tennessee)

Song written by Jackie Salilee, a theater director in Covington, Tennessee, whom Sam Phillips met at Memphis Recording Services. It appeared as the B-side of Elvis Presley's third single with Sun. It also did not appear on the charts.


BABY LET'S PLAY HOUSE - I'M LEFT YOU'RE RIGHT SHE'S GONE





Reference number: SUN 217
Publication date: April 1, 1955 

The following review of this single appears in Billboard's Spotlight section: "Presley continues to impress with each album, showing himself as one of the most skilled artists to have emerged in music."

I'm Left, You're Right, She's Gone (S. Kesler - Taylor) 2:37
Recording date: March 5, 1955
Venue: Sun Records (Memphis, Tennessee)

I'm Left, You're Right, She's Gone peaked at number 4 on the official "Country and Western" chart in Memphis.






Baby Let's Play House (Gunter) 2:18
Recording date: February 5, 1955
Venue: Sun Records (Memphis, Tennessee)

This song would spend a total of 15 weeks on the Billboard "Country and Western" charts, where it held the 10th highest position.


I FORGOT TO REMEMBER TO FORGET - MYSTERY TRAIN




Reference number: SUN 223
Publication date: August 20, 1955


On August 6, this album appears analyzed in the Spotlight section of Billboard where it is written: "This new Elvis single is a splendid pairing."

I Forgot to Remember to Forget (C. Feathers) 2:26
Recording date: July 11, 1955
Venue: Sun Records (Memphis, Tennessee)

This song came to occupy the highest position, number 1, on the Billboard "Country and Western" charts, for 5 weeks, finally adding a total of 40 weeks of permanence.






Mystery Train (Parker - Phillips) 2:18
Recording date: July 11, 1955
Venue: Sun Records (Memphis, Tennessee)


Written by Junior Parker and Sam Phillips, and recorded for the first time in 1953, it appears published as a single, reaching the 11th position as the best on the Billboard charts.



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