Dont - Elvis* - Elvis Hits The Charts (CD)


2012
Label: Delta (18) - 26662,Xtra (2) - 26662 • Format: CD Compilation • Country: Europe • Genre: Rock, Pop • Style: Rock & Roll
Dont - Elvis* - Elvis Hits The Charts (CD)

"Don't" is a song performed by Elvis Presley, which was released in Written and produced by Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller, it was Presley's eleventh number-one hit in the United States. "Don't" also peaked at number four on the R&B charts. Billboard ranked the ballad as the No. 3 song for The song was included in the musical revue Smokey Joe's Cafe, as a medley with "Love Me", and cleverly .

"Don't Cry, Daddy" "Kentucky Rain" Gold "The Wonder of You" Aug "I've Lost You" Ma "You Don't Have to Say You Love Me" "I Really Don't Want to Know" "Burning Love" Platinum "Separate Ways" Gold "Way Down" / "Pledging My Love" Platinum J "My Way" Gold Janu.

 · Listen to The 50 Greatest Hits by Elvis Presley on Apple Music. Stream songs including "That's All Right", "Mystery Train" and ed on: Janu.

"Don't Cry, Daddy" "Kentucky Rain" Gold "The Wonder of You" Aug "I've Lost You" Ma "You Don't Have to Say You Love Me" "I Really Don't Want to Know" "Burning Love" Platinum "Separate Ways" Gold "Way Down" / "Pledging My Love" Platinum J "My Way" Gold JanuPosthumous singles:

Among other smash hits, our release includes both sides of the single Hound Dog/Dont Be Cruel (the most successful Elvis single release, with 11 weeks on the charts), Elvis second RCA single, I Want You, I Need You, I Love You, and the classic rocker Heartbreak Hotel (which peaked at number one and remained on the charts for eight weeks after /5(89).


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  1. Among other smash hits, our release includes both sides of the single Hound Dog/Dont Be Cruel (the most successful Elvis single release, with 11 weeks on the charts), Elvis second RCA single, I Want You, I Need You, I Love You, and the classic rocker Heartbreak Hotel (which peaked at number one and remained on the charts for eight weeks after /5(89).

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