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post Jan 19 2021, 03:36 PM
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Will you still be there (Ben Weisman)
According to the composer an instrumental track was recorded during the january 1977 sessions.



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post Jan 27 2021, 07:53 PM
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post Feb 16 2021, 02:16 PM
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Keep it under your hat (Mexican hat dance) (Tepper-Bennett).
According to the music schedule the Mexican group (= The Amigos) sing “KEEP IT UNDER YOUR HAT” – scene 15 – 18. As far as known the song is not included / not recorded for the movie Fun in Acapulco.


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post Feb 24 2021, 06:35 PM
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Sacred melody
On the backside of the double sided demo is Bonnie B.
The songs are written by Charles Underwood. The demo is offered to Elvis in 1959.

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post Mar 2 2021, 04:15 PM
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Gonna get some records
The song is written by Ruth Batchelor and Clive Westlake.
Publisher Elvis Presley Music – copyright 12-09-62
I don’t have information about a selection for a recording session / movie.

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post Mar 6 2021, 08:33 PM
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(Tumbling leaves) Tumbling tumble weeds
The song was written by Bob Nolan and recorded on 8 August 1934 by The Sons of the Pioneers.
(Decca 5047).
During the rehearsels on 20-21-22 August 1956 for the movie Love me tender this song was suggested by Ken Darby (musical director). Finally not used.






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post Mar 12 2021, 04:07 PM
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A toast to a broken heart
The song is written by Minor Ross and Jack Hayes.
Published by Hill and Range – copyright 27-02-57.
According the Loving you – cues the music for the movie was written (partly) by Jack Hayes and Leo Shuken. I don’t know this demo was submitted for the movie.


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post Mar 16 2021, 10:43 AM
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Mississippi
According to an unconfirmed story Elvis heard around april 1970 a demo from this song by John Phillips (Mamas and the Papas). Elvis was not allowed to record the song in order by Colonel Parker.
John Philips recorded the song in early 1970 for his album “John the wolfking of LA” (Dunhill DS 50077).


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post Mar 19 2021, 01:53 PM
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Girl happy (Wayne-Weisman) rejected version by P.J. Proby



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