Elvis Presley - Speedway: Original Soundtrack Album para Descargar Gratis
Lista de canciones
|1||There Ain't Nothing Lika A Song|
|2||Five Sleepy Heads|
|3||Your Groovy Self|
|6||Who Are You (Who Am I?)|
|7||Your Time Hasn't Come Yet, Baby|
|8||He's Your Uncle Not Your Dad|
|9||Let Yourself Go|
|LPM-3989||Elvis||Speedway (LP, Album, Mono)||RCA Victor||LPM-3989||US||1968|
|LSP-3989||Elvis||Speedway: Original Soundtrack Album (LP, Album, Roc)||RCA Victor||LSP-3989||US||1968|
|INTS 5041, NL 43227||Elvis||Speedway: Original Soundtrack Album (LP, Album, RE)||RCA International, RCA International||INTS 5041, NL 43227||UK||1980|
|PL 42365||Elvis||Speedway (LP, Album, RE, Bla)||RCA Victor||PL 42365||Germany||Unknown|
|740.680 (LSP 3.989)||Elvis||Speedway: Original Soundtrack Album (LP, Album)||RCA Victor||740.680 (LSP 3.989)||France||Unknown|
Soundtrack for the movie: Speedway. RCA Victor orange label.
Manufactured in Germany is stamped in runouts.
Orange label with speed indication in bigger .Triangle. The triangle beginns on the label under the S from "Sinatra" and reaches to the middle of the word "with" on label.
Orthophonic High Fidelity
Códigos de barras
- Matrix / Runout (Runout Side One (stamped)): LP-STe - WPRS - 1037 - X
- Matrix / Runout (Runout Side 2 (stamped)): LP-STe - WPRS - 1037 - X
Speedway is the seventeenth soundtrack album by American singer and musician Elvis Presley, released by RCA Victor in mono and stereo, LPMLSP 3989, in mid 1968. It serves as the soundtrack album for the 1968 film Speedway starring Presley. Recording sessions took place at Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer studios in Hollywood, California, on June 20 and 21, 1967. It peaked at number 82 on the Billboard 200. Speedway is a song first recorded by Elvis Presley as part of the soundtrack for his 1968 motion picture Speedway. Its first release on record was in 1968 on the soundtrack album Speedway. The song was written by Mel Glazer and Stephen Schlaks. Presley recorded it on June 20, 1967 at the soundtrack recordings for the MGM movie Speedway that took place June 2021, 1967 at the MGM Studios in Hollywood, California. Lyrics of this song at MetroLyrics. Listen free to Elvis Presley Speedway: Original Soundtrack Album Speedway, Your Time Hasn't Come Yet, Baby and more. 11 tracks 25:31. Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest. Текст песни: Take a ton of bolt and steel A whole lotta sweat, a set of wheels On the Speedway The flag is down, pistons 1968 12 Songs. A Little Less Conversation: The Greatest Hits of Elvis Presley. Viva Las Vegas: Elvis Presley's Greatest Movie Songs. Love Me Tender: The Greatest Love Songs of Elvis Presley. Don't Be Cruel: The Greatest Hits of Elvis Presley. The 50 Greatest Hits. Live 1969. Speedway - OST, Спидвей - Саундтрек by Elvis Presley. 13 songs. 1968 year. Format mp3. The 2014 box set The Movie Soundtracks: 20 Original Albums brings together almost all of these soundtrack recordings. Remastered and presented individually packaged in mini-reproductions of the original vinyl LP sleeves, these albums represent the bulk of Presley's film-related output. Included here are such soundtracks as Loving You, Jailhouse Rock, King Creole, G. Blues, Blue Hawaii, and many others. All lyrics from Speedway: Original Soundtrack Album album, popular Elvis Presley songs with tracklist and information about album. Album Speedway: Original Soundtrack Album 1968. by Elvis Presley. Label RCA Victor. Elvis Presley Speedway: Original Soundtrack Album 1968 album. Speedway Lyrics. Stream this Album. Released:May. The soundtrack album did nothing but confirm that bleak musical and commercial prognosis. Read More. Subscribe to Elvis. Joy ByersBob Johnston. Recorded for the motion picture Speedway. Recorded June 20, 1967 at MGM Studios, Hollywood. Guitar: Chip Young, Tommy Tedesco, Tiny Timbrell. Speedway is the thirty-second album by Elvis Presley, released by RCA Victor in mono and stereo, LPMLSP 3989, in May 1968 - the May 1 date is disputed. Recording sessions took place at MGM Studios inHollywood, California, on June 20 and 21, 1967