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2 Oct, 2012

Suspicious Minds - Elvis Presley - One Night Only (CD)

He felt it was a confusing time for him and that all three were "caught in this trap that they could not walk out of". At the recording session, James sang the lead vocals, and the studio band backed him; Moman produced.

The horns, strings, and vocals of the Holladay Sisters were later overdubbed. The label loved the song and put it out, but Scepter did not have the money to promote new artists, and the song did not make the charts. Later that year, Don Crews, Moman's partner, told James that Presley had booked their studio to record what would become the From Elvis in Memphis album. Crews kept asking James if he had any songs that would be right for Presley. James felt Presley needed a mature rock 'n' roll song to bring him back, as Tom Jones was a hot artist at the time.

Crews and James thought of "Suspicious Minds" and James began urging others to get Presley to hear it. Marty Lacker, a close friend of Elvis, suggested he record at the studio. These sessions produced the album From Elvis in Memphis.

It was recorded in eight takes, with harmony vocal tracks and trumpets overdubbed by Presley himself in the same session. A few days earlier, he had walked into the recording studio during a session and sensed that Elvis was uncomfortable with his presence. James did not want to jinx the song so he stayed away. When he heard the track the day after it was recorded, he initially thought it sounded too slow.

When he later heard the embellished version, he said he was blown away. In later years, whenever Elvis saw James he would cross the room to say hello. Production of the song was nearly scuttled over a copyright dispute. Elvis's business people said they wanted half of Moman's publishing rights. Moman accused them of stealing and threatened to halt the recording session. Harry Jenkins of RCA agreed with Moman because he sensed that "the song would be a big hit and there would be plenty to go around".

On August 7, "Suspicious Minds" was again overdubbed to stereo and mono in Las Vegas , where the final master was produced. The instrumental arrangement uses an electric guitar, bass guitar, organ, strings, trumpets, trombones, and drums. RCA staff producer Felton Jarvis made the unusual decision to add a fade-out to the song starting at and lasting for nearly 15 seconds before fading back into the song.

The first verse then continues repeatedly until the song completely fades out. Moman added, "So when Jarvis took the tape of 'Suspicious Minds,' he added this crazy second fade toward the end, like the song was ending, and brought it back by overdubbing to extend it.

I have no idea why he did that, but he messed it up. It was like a scar in the song - a scar not too well-liked. Not that it mattered, though - soon after the song was released, Elvis was back on top of the charts. The song was later included on the legacy edition of From Elvis in Memphis and the follow that dream reissue of Back In Memphis. Presley first performed the song at the Las Vegas International Hotel later renamed the Hilton on July 31, , and the 45 rpm single was released 26 days later.

It reached No. In , the band Fine Young Cannibals ' cover version, which features backing vocals by Jimmy Somerville , reached No.

Singer Roland Gift said that Elvis had come to him in a dream and told him he would record the greatest version of Suspicious Minds ever. However, the video is noted for its innovative use of colorization , following the bridge section of the song. The video pays homage to Elvis, both in its use of the monochrome filming common during Elvis' early career and the shiny spangled suits that the band wear in the second half of the video.

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Graceland cam. Listen to the Elvis "strung out" in Vegas audio. The "Real" Elvis off-stage. He was married to his ex-wife, but still had feelings for his married childhood sweetheart in Houston. That is when his wife started to doubt his feelings towards her. He felt that they were trapped and unable to get out of it.

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Box comes with two DVDs "Elvis On Tour" & "Lost On Tour " CD 01 prev. released on: Hillcrest Blues - Standing Room Only Tapes, Vol. 3 CD 02 prev. released on: Sunset Rundown - Standing Room Only Tapes Vol. 4 CD 03 prev. released on: Rock My Soul, Standing Room Only Tapes, Vol. 5 CD 04 prev. released on: Opening Night

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  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of One Night Only! on Discogs.5/5(3).
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Suspicious Minds (The Memphis Anthology) on Discogs/5(22).
  3. One Night Hound Dog How Great Thou Art (incomplete) Introductions I'm Leavin' Bridge Over Troubled Water (& reprise) I Can't Stop Loving You Love Me Tender Suspicious Minds Elvis Talks (instrumental) Funny How Time Slips Away Can't Help Falling In Love Closing Vamp Recorded live, Nov 10, , Boston, p.m.
  4. Sep 24,  · Editors' Notes The King of Rock ‘n’ Roll's evergreen appeal was reasserted with this rundown of his chart-topping singles. It highlights his dab hand at thumping rockers (“Hound Dog,” “Don’t Be Cruel”) and hushed ballads (“Love Me Tender,” “Are You Lonesome Tonight?”), while the chronological order charts his evolution from the stripped-back strut of Released on: September 24,
  5. Music video by Elvis Presley performing Suspicious Minds (Audio). Originally released All rights reserved by RCA Records, a division of Sony Music Ente.
  6. What's not to like, 30 of Elvis Presley's #1 hits on one CD. Classic music from an absolute legend in the industry. In addition to this also pick up 'Elvis: 2nd To None' and 'Elvis: The Platinum Collection'/5(K).
  7. Presley's recording was issued as a double A-side with "I Got Stung", and reached number one twice on the UK Singles Chart. In the U.S., "One Night", reached number four on the pop singles chart and number ten on the R&B chart. The song became the UK's th number-one single upon its second release in January

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