Welcome to my Elvis Presley All Shook Up page based on the most requested, viewed and purchased tutorials of Elvis material. Below you'll find demos, chord sheets and rhythm tip to several popular Elvis songs.
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An American Trilogy was originally composed by Mickey Newbury using three songs from the 19th century including Dixie, The Battle Hymn Of The Republic and All My Trials.
The song appeared on his Aloha From Hawaii album and peaked at #8 in the UK and #31 in the US.
Blue Suede Shoes is a Carl Perkins number from 1955 and was recorded by Buddy Holly and Eddie Cochran. Elvis did his version for his debut album in 1956.
Elvis never had a #1 as Perkins did with his version. Elvis's version peaked at #20.
Good Rockin Tonight is a song written by Roy Brown back in 1947 who had a #13 with that initial release and two years later released is again with a #11. In 1954 Elvis took a shot with his version and used I Don't Care If The Sun Don't Shine as the B-side.
Elvis's version did not chart and is from the album A Date With Elvis.
Good Time Charlie's Got The Blues appeared on Elvis's 1973 album "Good Times".
Two singles were released from this album but this song was not one of them unfortunately.
I Can't Help Falling In Love With You is a track from the Blue Hawaii album in 1961.
The song was a #1 in the US and a top 10 in several countries.
I Don't Care If The Sun Don't Shine was the b-side to Good Rockin Tonight back in 1954.
This song did chart at #74 in the US and can be found on his "Elvis At Sun" record.
If I Can Dream was first released as a single back in 1968 and reached #12 in the US, #11in the UK and #2 in Australia.
The track is on the Elvis NBC TV Special album.
Kentucky Rain was a 1970 release from Elvis off of his "Worldwide 50 Gold Award Hits Vol 1."
The song peaked at #3 on the US country charts.
Money Honey was first recorded by blues artist Clyde McPhatter in 1953 with the newly formed group known as The Drifters. Elvis decided to recorded the song a few years later in 1956 for his debut album Elvis Presley.
The song however was never released as a single.
One Night With You was a 1956 song that was a hit for Smiley Lewis. Elvis had a larger success after he re-wrote some of the lyrics and got approval to record it from the record label.
His release was in 1958 and hit #1 in the UK and #4 in the US. This one can be found on the "50,000,000 Elvis Fans Cant Be Wrong" album.
Paralyzed was recorded by Elvis in 1956 for his album Elvis.
The song was never a single release.
Separate Ways was a single from the album of the same name which was released back in 1972.
Elvis scored a #3 in the US with this song on both the pop and country charts.
So Glad You're Mine hails from Elvis's 2nd album released in 1956 called simply Elvis.
This song was never a single release.
Surrender was a huge hit for Elvis in 1961 hitting #1 in several countries and a top 5 in many others.
The song hails from the album "Elvis' Golden Records Vol 3".
Suspicious Minds was another huge song for Elvis reaching #1 in the US and several other countries.
This song can be found on the album "Worldwide 50 Gold Award Hits".
Teddy Bear was part of the loving You soundtrack album from 1957.
The song reached #1 in the US and Canada and #3 in the UK.
The Wonder Of You was recorded as a live performance in 1970 and appeared on the "Live Stage" album.
As happened a few times, an Elvis song would score a #1 hit on the US country charts and that's what happened with this song. The song also hit #1 in Denmark and the UK.
Treat Me Nice was a B-side song to the A-side single Jailhouse Rock which was release back in 1957.
The song also appeared in the Jailhouse Rock film.
When My Blue Moon Turns To Gold Again was written in 1940 and first recorded in 1941 by the writers Wiley Walker and Gene Sullivan.
Elvis recorded the song years later in 1956 for his album Elvis. The song was never released as a single.
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