Pot Luck Elvis Presley
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- 1Kiss Me Quick02:46
- 2Just for Old Time Sake02:08
- 3Gonna Get Back Home Somehow02:27
- 4(Such An) Easy Question02:18
- 5Steppin' out of Line01:52
- 6I'm Yours02:21
- 7Something Blue02:57
- 9I Feel That I've Known You Forever01:39
- 10Night Rider02:08
- 11Fountain of Love02:12
- 12That's Someone You Never Forget02:47
Info for Pot Luck
With his 1962 album „Pot Luck“, Elvis Presley--one of the main men who shook the world with the wild thing called rock & roll--moves away from the feral sounds of his youth towards a more polished pop sound. Along with the ripe vocal backgrounds, there's more of a country influence, more of a 'shuffle' feel rather than a rockin' sound that dabbled in Latin rhythms and moods. Here, Elvis sounds less brash, more overtly romantic--the song 'You'll Be Gone' has more melodramatic angst than an entire season of 'Beverly Hills 90210.'
This isn't to imply that the King's fires were out--he still sings with urgency and conviction on 'Gonna Get Back Home Somehow' and the sly '50s R&B-styled (think Ray Charles) 'Steppin' Out of Line.' If you're looking for Elvis the Wildman Rocker or the Impassioned Rhythm & Blues singer, you must look elsewhere. If you're a thoroughly devoted Elvis fan, take „Pot Luck“ and relax with the King.
Elvis Presley, vocals, guitar
Scotty Moore, guitar
Hank Garland, guitar
Tiny Timbrell, guitar
Harold Bradley, guitar
Grady Martin, guitar, vibes
Floyd Cramer, piano, organ
Dudley Brooks, piano
Gordon Stoker, piano
Bob Moore, double bass
D. J. Fontana, drums
Buddy Harman, drums
Millie Kirkham, backing vocals
The Jordanaires, backing vocals
Boots Randolph, saxophone
Recorded from March 1961 – March 1962 in Nashville, Tennessee
Engineered by Thorne Nogar; Bill Porter
Produced by Steve Sholes, Joseph Lilley
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