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Where Did They Go, Lord (Alternate Take 1) - Elvis* - A Hundred Years From Now


1996
Label: RCA - 07863 66866 2,BMG - 07863 66866 2 • Series: Essential Elvis - Volume 4 • Format: CD Compilation, Remastered • Country: Europe • Genre: Rock, Blues, Pop, Folk, World, & Country • Style: Country Rock, Rhythm & Blues, Ballad
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The lead single of the album, " I Really Don't Want to Know " backed with " There Goes My Everything Where Did They Go, was released on December 8, and peaked at number 21 on the Billboard Hotnumber two on the Adult Contemporary chart, and number 23 on the country singles chart.

The bulk of the album came from five days of Social (Chemars Remix) - Arapu & Lumieux - Keep The Groove EP sessions in June which yielded 35 usable tracks.

Presley performed every track "live", recording his vocal part in the same take as the band, as was standard practice for him. Eight tracks from the session were released two months earlier in November on the That's the Way It Is album.

During the sessions, Presley and producer Felton Jarvis realized they had several country songs in hand and decided to record several more to create a full album of country material. Needing two more satisfactory tracks, Elvis returned to the same studio in September where he recorded " Snowbird " and a manic, one-take version of " Whole Artemis - Stan Kenton - Adventures In Time Shakin' Goin' On.

Nearly every style of country music is represented; bluegrasshonky tonkWestern swingrockabillycountrypolitanand even the then-nascent " outlaw " movement. After this album, Presley would return to his usual practice of recording a seemingly random batch of songs on each trip to the recording studio, letting his producer assemble them into albums. The June 14,compact disc reissue included six bonus tracks from the same sessions.

In Elvis Country was reissued on the Follow That Dream label in a special 2-disc edition that contained the original album tracks along with numerous alternate takes. Enthusiasm was short-lived as fans quickly criticized the decision to pair the album with the leftover set that was 's Love Letters LP instead of compiling rarities from the acclaimed Elvis Country set.

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  1. Elvis Presley - Where Did They Go, Lord Lyrics. The words of her promise The flame of her faith The love that would never drift away Where did they go, Lord? Where did they go? You know s.
  2. Elvis Presley - Essential Elvis, Vol. 4: A Hundred Years From Now music CD album at CD Universe, Deleted domestically, this ace track collection released in.
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  5. The others were the B-side "Where Did They Go, Lord?" (a track that made its first LP appearance on the compilation "He Walks Beside Me"), and the unabridged version of "I Was Born About Ten Thousand Years Ago" later released on Elvis Now. In Elvis Country was reissued on the Follow That Dream label in a special 2-disc edition that.
  6. Note: Digipak release! Track 19 is the first time this version has been released! Elvis hated the horn overdub and ordered it to removed it from the released version!
  7. Aug 05,  · This isn't worth the price to get out of print CD's. I recommend that you go hunt through Amazon or eBay for those out of print CD's. I just recently started from Scratch on collecting Elvis CD's and I was lucky to get my hands on some mint condition CD with titles such as Tigerman, Essentials 4 and 5, and That's The Way It Is 3 CD Box set/5(2).
  8. Dec 03,  · Elvis Presley - Essential Elvis Vol. 4: A Hundred Years From Now - morlugdabealoregravelredeemer.infoinfo Music Where Did They Go Lord (Alternate Take 1) It's Only Love (Alternate Take 9) the most exciting effort is the bluegrass number, unreleased until this CD, "A Hundred Years From Now", with Elvis on guitar (or I'll eat my hat). Another presumptive /5(13).
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