Elvis Presley Almost In Love Album


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Almost in Love is the 39th album by Elvis Presley, released in 1970 on RCA Camden, a budget-priced subsidiary of the main RCA label. This album consisted mostly of singles dating from the late 1960s that had previously not been released in album format, including 1968's "A Little Less Conversation" (a re-recording of this song by Elvis for his 1968 TV Special would later be remixed by Tom Holkenborg aka Junkie XL and become a hit in 2002) and "Rubberneckin", a 1969 single that would be remixed by Oakenfold in 2003. Included as a bonus is "My Little Friend," a leftover from the 1969 recording sessions that had produced From Elvis in Memphis. The song "Stay Away, Joe" (the theme from Elvis's 1967 film of the same title) was included in error (it was already released earlier in 1970 on the compilation Let's Be Friends); when RCA-Camden reissued Almost in Love in 1973, it replaced it with a different song, "Stay Away". The title track of the album is a song from Presley's 1968 film, Live a Little, Love a Little. The album was re-released by Pickwick Records in 1975 and was issued on compact disc (Sony/BMG A 681610) in 2006. It was certified Gold and Platinum on 1/6/2004 by the R.I.A.A. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Release Date: 11/01/1970
Tracks in Almost In Love: Almost In Love, Long Legged Girl, Edge Of Reality, My Little Friend, A Little Less Conversation, Rubberneckin', Clean Up Your Own Backyard, U.S. Male, Charro!, Stay Away, Joe

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