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Mar 4, 2023

ELVIS DISCOGRAPHY (1963): "ONE BROKEN HEART FOR SALE - THEY REMIND ME TOO MUCH OF YOU"

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ELVIS DISCOGRAPHY (1963): "ONE BROKEN HEART FOR SALE - THEY REMIND ME TOO MUCH OF YOU"


ONE BROKEN HEART FOR SALE - THEY REMIND ME TOO MUCH OF YOU

EDITED 28-JAN-1963

SINGLE, RADIO RECORDERS


1. ONE BROKEN HEART FOR SALE

2. THEY REMIND ME TOO MUCH OF YOU

Reference: 47-8134





Side A: One Broken Heart For Sale

Recording: September 22, 1962, Radio Recorders studios in Hollywood, California

Author: Otis Blackwell & Winfield Scott


Side B: They Remind Me Too Much Of You

Recording: September 22, 1962, Radio Recorders studios in Hollywood, California

Author: Don Robertson


Publication date: January 29, 1963


Information


First single published by Elvis in 1963, taken from the soundtrack of the film It Happened At The Word's Fair. On August 30 and September 22, 1962, Elvis records all the songs from his twelfth film at Radio Recorders in Hollywood.





 Specifically, side A, One Broken Heart For Sale, was recorded on September 22 in a session that featured instrumentation by Scotty Moore, "Tiny" Timbrell and Billy Strange on guitars, Ray Siegel on bass, DJ Fontana and Frank Carlson on drums, Dudley Brooks and Don Robertson on piano and keyboards, Clifford Scott on saxophone and The Mello Men on vocal accompaniment. The master was taken from take number 5 (single). Take number one was used as the version of the film, which includes one more verse and is almost a minute longer.

The song managed to reach number eleven on the Hot 100




The B-side, They Remind Me Too Much Of You, was taken from take number nine and, despite being a very good song, only achieved a very modest number 53 position. on Billboard. Its author, Don Robertson, was present at the recording of the theme and even finally, when it seemed that it was going to be discarded, he offered to play the intro of the theme because nobody was able to get the point of the song.





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