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"Loving You" is the first soundtrack LP album by Elvis. It was released in mono,on July 19, 1957 to accompany his first starring film, of the same name.
Recording sessions took place at the Paramount Pictures Scoring Stage and at Radio Recorders in Hollywood.
These are the first sessions where Steve Sholes is officially listed as producer.
The album features the first version of "Don't Leave Me Now", recorded for the movie but not used. A second version would appear in "Jailhouse Rock".
It spent ten weeks at No. 1 on the Billboard Top Pop Albums chart and was certified Gold on April 9, 1968 by the Recording Industry Association of America.
The single "(Let Me Be Your) Teddy Bear / Loving You" reached number 1 in the US charts.
The UK single "Party / Loving You" went to number 2 in Europe.
1 Mean Woman Blues
2 Teddy Bear
3 Loving You
4 Got A Lot O' Livin' To Do
5 Lonesome Cowboy
6 Hot Dog
8 Blueberry Hill
9 True Love
10 Don't Leave Me Now
11 Have I Told You Lately That I Love You
12 I Need You So
13 Too Much
14 Playing For Keeps
15 All Shook Up
16 That's When You Heartaches Begin (Remake - January 13, 1957)
17 Loving You (J-16 End version)
18 Party (A7 Alternate Master)
19 Loving You (K-3 Main Version)
20 Loving You (HX-14 Farm Version)
21 Got A Lot O' Livin' To Do (R-13 Finale)
22 Mean Woman Blues (BX-7 Version 2)
23 Loving You (KX-21 Main Version 2)
24 Loving You (HZ-12 Farm Version 3)
25 Blueberry Hill (From Acetate)
26 Got A Lot O' Livin' To Do (D-17 Main Version From Acetate)
27 Too Much (The Ed Sullivan Show - January 6, 1957)
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