Elvis Does a Beatles Medley Live


Listen to this live audio of Elvis Presley doing a medley of Beatles’ songs.

How great to have the most popular singer of his time cover the songs of the most popular band of their time! This audio clip was taken from one of Elvis Presley’s show in Las Vegas in 1969. The Beatles songs that Elvis sang were “Yesterday” and “Hey Jude”.

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“Love Song Of The Year” – Elvis Presley Ballad


Have a listen to Elvis’s incredible ballad “Love Song Of The Year” from his album Promised Land:

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Another love song of the year
I used to laugh I used to cry
I used to laugh, these feelings passed me by
From now on I’ll make it very clear cos’ I don’t want to write
Another love song of the year

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Elvis Performs “Loving You”

Watch a denim-clad Elvis Presley sing the song “Loving You” in this clip from the movie:

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I will spend my whole life through
loving you, loving you.
Winter, summer, spring-time, too,
loving you, loving you.
Makes no difference where I go or what I do.
You know that I’ll always be loving you.

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“Such A Night” from Elvis Presley

Hear Elvis sing the peppy love song “Such A Night”, along with film from some of his early stage shows:

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It was a night oo-oo what a night
It was it really was such a night
The moon was bright oh how so bright
It was it really was such a night
The night was alight with stars above
Oo-oo when she kissed me
I had to fall in love

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“A Thing Called Love” – Elvis Presley Recording

Don’t miss Elvis Presley’s excellent cover of the country song “A Thing Called Love” (first recorded by Johnny Cash and written by Jerry Reed):

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Can’t see it with your eyes,
hold it in your hands
Like the rules that govern our land
Strong enough to rule the heart of every man,
this thing called love

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Fascinating Elvis 1972 Backstage Interview

Listen to Elvis talk about stage performing and more in this interesting backstage interview from 1972:

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Topics discussed include: his relationship with JD Sumner and the music of his groups the Stamps Quartet; his early love of a wide variety of music; the power of gospel music; his comradery with his band mates; and unwinding after a show.

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“Dixieland Rock” from the Elvis Movie King Creole (1958)

Have a look at Elvis Presley performing “Dixieland Rock” in this scene from King Creole (his favorite movie role):

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The Dixieland rock
Well the Dixieland rock
Let your hair down Sugar, shake it free
And do the Dixieland rock with me

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“Moody Blue” Elvis Presley 1977 Recording

Check out Elvis singing his country-rock hit “Moody Blue” from the album of the same name:

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Oh, Moody blue
Tell me am I gettin’ through
I keep hangin’ on
Try to learn the song
But I never do
Oh, Moody blue,
Tell me who I’m talkin’ to
You’re like the night and day
And it’s hard to say
Which one is you.

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See a Shirtless Elvis Working at Graceland

See a shirtless Elvis Presley riding a tractor on the grounds of his Graceland estate in these rare home movies:

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Elvis purchased Graceland in Memphis on on March 19, 1957. In this film, we get to see a glimpse of the estate’s early history as a farmhouse, before the development around it began.

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