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8 thoughts on “ I Was The One - Elvis Presley - For LP Fans Only (Vinyl, LP)

  1. Jun 22,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of For LP Fans Only on Discogs/5(32).
  2. Label: RCA Victor - LPM • Format: Vinyl LP, Mono, Compilation • Country: Canada • Genre: Rock • Style: Blues Rock, Rock & Roll Elvis Presley - For LP Fans Only (, Vinyl) | Discogs Explore/5(5).
  3. Verified Purchase. This album was thrown together mostly from old 45 RPM singles to get something on the market while Elvis was overseas, and the total time of its ten (monophonic) songs is just over 20 minutes. Yet after 50 years, "For LP Fans Only" remains a monument to the genesis of rock 'n' roll/5(65).
  4. For LP Fans Only and Elvis On Stage are the only two albums released during Elvis' lifetime not to have the singer's name on the front cover. The front and back covers, of For LP Fans Only, are simply headshots. I own several reissues on this album on both LP and CD formats. This gold vinyl edition by Friday music caught my attention/5(60).
  5. For LP Fans Onlymarks the first time RCA dipped into the Sun vaults to fill out an Elvis Presley LP. To a certain extent, their hand was forced. By January , when For LP Fans Onlyhit the stores, Elvis was eight months into his Army stint with no end in sight, so RCA was stuck for new product and the easiest solution was to dig up Sun sessions and pair them with early RCA cuts initially released on Price: $
  6. By January , when For LP Fans Only hit the stores, Elvis was eight months into his Army stint with no end in sight, so RCA was stuck for new product and the easiest solution was to dig up Sun sessions and pair them with early RCA cuts initially released on singles or EPs.
  7. Feb 13,  · For LP Fans Only, a Compilation of songs by Elvis Presley. Released 6 February on RCA Victor (catalog no. LPM; Vinyl 12"). Genres: Rock & Roll. Featured peformers: Elvis Presley (aka_text vocal role_id aka_text, guitar)/5(7).
  8. Feb 06,  · For LP Fans Only Elvis Presley Rock · Preview Editors’ Notes It was , Elvis was in the Army, and RCA had to do something quick. So they put together this album, drawn mainly from the Sun singles that his younger fans hadn’t heard yet, plus some newer RCA sides in the same primal R&B/rockabilly vein. The spooky majesty of Released on: February 06,

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