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Dont Ask Me Why - Elvis Presley - King Creole (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  • Arat
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    Elvis Presley King Creole Japanese vinyl LP album (LP record) Tracklisting / Additional Info: 1. King Creole 2. As Long As I Have You 3. Hard Headed Woman 4. Trouble 5. Dixieland Rock 6. Don't Ask Me Why 7. Lover Doll 8. Crawfish 9. Young Dreams Steadfast Loyal & True New Orleans: Condition.
  • Dir
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    Elvis Presley’s "King Creole" A history making rock soundtrack album from a historic legend, an original mono audiophile dream release first time audiophile red vinyl From your friends at Friday Music Stay tuned for more Elvis Presley original RCA Records now on Friday Music audiophile vinyl.
  • Mikarisar
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    Elvis Presley - 20 Film-Hits - Yesterdays Gold - LP. You have no items in your shopping cart.
  • Yozshusida
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    Shop King Creole [LP] VINYL at Best Buy. Find low everyday prices and buy online for delivery or in-store pick-up. Price Match Guarantee.
  • Daijar
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    While the soundtrack to King Creole may not be Elvis Presley's best album, it is easily the most interesting of his s LPs. Owing to the setting of this Michael Curtiz film (the man who directed the masterpiece Casablanca) in New Orleans, the album fuses Elvis Presley's brand of rock music with the region's Dixieland conttranchargalahodasarmylawacomp.co results are decidedly mixed.
  • Muk
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    King Creole Written-By – Jerry Leiber-Mike Stoller* A2: As Long As I Have You Written-By – Ben Weisman (2), Fred Wise: A3: Hard Headed Woman Written-By – Claude DeMetruis* A4: Trouble Written-By – Jerry Leiber-Mike Stoller* A5: Dixieland Rock Written-By – Aaron Schroeder, Rachel Frank: B1: Don't Ask Me Why Written-By – Ben Weisman 3/5(1).
  • Kazrashicage
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    Sep 25,  · Let's quickly dispense with the disadvantages: the disc's running time is only 22 minutes and two of the tracks, the alma mater "Steadfast Loyal and True" and the dopey "Lover Doll" ("never thought dollies came full-grown"), are embarrassments; and "Don't Ask Me Why" and "Young Dreams" are just ordinary '50s teen-type ballads elevated only by Elvis's vocal skills and commitment/5(68).
  • Nit
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    King Creole served as Elvis Presley's sixth album and fourth film. Originally released in , it was the last movie Elvis made before entering the army and it features him in a serious dramatic role, rather than the light romantic comedies he would soon become known for in the early 60's.
  • Mooguramar
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    King Creole was the last movie that Elvis Presley made before he entered the army in the spring of -- it was also his last film in black-and-white, as well as his final effort directed by a serious old-time filmmaker (Michael Curtiz); and, apart from a few isolated, quirky efforts like Flaming Star, Change of Habit, and Charro, this was the last of his serious movies, in which Presley was Price: $
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