Elvis* - All Shook Up (Vinyl) at Discogs Elvis* - All Shook Up (Vinyl) at Discogs

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Rolling Stone magazine ranked this song number on its list of the Greatest Songs of All Time. My hands are shaky and my knees are weak I can't seem to stand on my own two feet Who do you thank when you have such luck? While this concert could be too similar to the astounding 'Live In the International' a real bonus is that the audio mix is very different.

Mm mm oh, oh, yeah, yeah!


I'm in love Mm mm oh, oh, yeah, yeah! I phoned a pal and told him about it. Can you believe that? Thank you very, very much. It was my title, but Otis wrote the song and Presley took a writing credit in order to get him to record it.

RCA first tried to capture this experience in the original LP 'In Person' which now seems all too short, as well as containing a rather thinner mix with Elvis' voice too low.

Of course this is the concert that featured the well-known laughing version of 'Are You Lonesome Tonight' but the delight is listening to Elvis in this fabulous jovial mood throughout the entire show, as well as hearing that infamous song in context.

His version was named "I'm All Shook Up". I went to bed one night, had quite a dream, and woke up all shook up. Elvis Presley liked the phrase "All Shook Up" as a perfect line for a chorus. After 45 seconds Elvis stops it saying, "Hold it, hold it. A well I bless my soul What's wrong with me?

Once again it is stunning to hear this song, and the reception it receives, before it became a well-known hit.

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She touched my hand what a chill I got Her lips are like a volcano that's hot I'm proud to say she's my buttercup I'm in love Mm mm oh, oh, yeah, yeah! Bursting full of renewed energy Elvis performed 57 times for his initial season at the International Hotel in Las Vegas.

However the group is still perfectly mixed and this time it is Larry Muhoberac's piano that is the driving force - often sounding as if Jerry Lee Lewis is in the band!