Elvis - Something For Everybody 33 RPM Red Vinyl Not Now Music Label

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With the release of the Gospel album, His Hand In Mine during December 1960, Something For Everybody was the first non-religious Presley album to be released since Elvis Is Back! and the contrast couldn’t have been greater. None of the songs had ever been previously released in any form and were divided equally into ‘the ballad side’ and ‘the rhythm side’. With all of the tracks recorded at RCA Studios, Nashville, in March 1961, except for I Slipped, I Stumbled, I fell, which was recorded at 20th Century Fox Studios in Hollywood six months earlier in October 1960.

The Not Now Music Label released this album again, this time on very nice pink vinyl. The front and back covers are completely different from the original release and from other recent releases.

Side A

1. There’s Always Me

2. Give Me The Right

3. It’s A Sin

4. Sentimental Me

5. Starting Today

6. Gently

Side B

1. I’m Comin’ Home

2. In Your Arms

3. Put The Blame On Me

4. Judy

5. I Want You With Me

6. I Slipped, I Stumbled, I Fell

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