1-CD DigiPac (6-plated) with 36-page booklet, 26 tracks, playing time 60:35 minutes.
Here's a rare treat for Elvis collectors. No more endless out-takes, these are the original demos that Elvis heard of some of his greatest songs, all performed by the songwriter, Don Robertson. Among the Elvis classics heard in their absolutely original version are They Remind Too Much Of You; Anything That's Part Of You; Starting Today; There's Always Me; Love Me Tonight; I Met Her Today; What Now, What Next,Where To; and I'm Counting On You.
In addition to writing for Elvis, Don Robertson also invented the famous 'slip-note' piano style popularized by Floyd Cramer, and we hear several great examples of his work on this collection.
Something truly different...and something truly great. Elvis fans and anyone intrigued by the art of the popular song will love this set.
|And Then I Wrote - Songs For Elvis (CD) 1|
|2:||They Remind Me Too Much Of You|
|3:||Anything That's Part Of You|
|5:||You Don't Need Me Anymore|
|6:||The Image Of Your Face|
|7:||Here Comes Heartache Again|
|9:||There's Always Me|
|10:||Your Happiness Means Everything To Me|
|11:||Love Me Tonight|
|12:||Love Finds A Way|
|13:||My Side Of The Story|
|15:||Hi Lee Hi Lo|
|16:||I Met Her Today|
|17:||What Now, What Next, Where To|
|18:||Not One Minute More|
|19:||Road To Heartbreak|
|21:||Darling, Let's Go Home|
|22:||I'm Counting On You (vocal by LOU DINNING)|
|23:||Does He Mean That Much To You|
|24:||I've Come To Say Goodbye|
|25:||Feather In The Wind|
|26:||Road To Heartbreak (short version)|