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Elvis Presley - The Elvis Hour #44 FLAC
  • Performer Elvis Presley
  • Title The Elvis Hour #44
  • Country US
  • Label Creative Radio Shows
  • Catalog number EH-044
  • Other formats Vinyl, LP, Transcription
  • Genre Sounds / Pop
  • Size MP3 2152 mb
  • Size FLAC 1828 mb
  • Rating: 4.7
  • Votes: 182


1Unknown ArtistOutcue: Elvis Hour
2Elvis PresleyTryin' To Get To You
3Unknown ArtistFirst Position: 60 Sec. Local/Second Position:60 Sec. National2:00
4Elvis PresleyLove Me
5Unknown ArtistFirst Position: 60 Sec. Local/Second Position:60 Sec. National2:00
6Elvis PresleyBlue Suede Shoes8:51
7Elvis PresleyLittle Darlin7:51
8Elvis PresleyAre You Lonesome Tonight6:52
9Elvis PresleyWay Down
10Unknown ArtistWe'll Be Right Back
11Elvis PresleyHot Dog7:12
12Elvis PresleyUnchained Melody7:52
13Unknown ArtistOutcue: The Elvis Hour - Music Fade Out
14Elvis PresleyThe Last Farewell9:06
15Elvis PresleyLong Tall Sally
16Elvis PresleyDidja Ever
17Elvis PresleyMean Woman Blues
18Elvis PresleyLove Me tender
19Elvis PresleyBurning Love
20Elvis PresleyToo Much Monkey Business
21Elvis PresleyLover Doll


Creative Radio Elvis Hour Radio show, a syndicated radio show broadcast over 52 hour long episodes.
Vinyl records containing each 1 hour show was sent to radio stations across the US so that synchronous airtime of the shows could be achieved. These vinyl records were to be returned to Creative Radio Shows following broadcast.
This Is Hour #44


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