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The Million Dollar Quartet

Album: The Million Dollar Quartet
# Song Title   Time
1)    You Belong in My Heart
2)    When God Dips His Love in My Heart
3)    Just a Little Talk With Jesus
4)    (Walk That) Lonesome Valley
5)    I Shall Not Be Moved
6)    (There'll Be) Peace in the Valley
7)    Down By the Riverside
8)    I'm in a Crowd But Oh, So Alone
9)    Farther Along
10)    Blessed Jesus, Hold My Hand
11)    On the Jericho Road
12)    I Just Can't Make It By Myself
13)    Little Cabin Home on the Hill
14)    Summertime Has Passed and Gone
15)    I Hear a Sweet Voice Calling
16)    Sweetheart, You Done Me Wrong
17)    Keeper of the Key
18)    Crazy Arms
19)    Don't Forbid Me
20)    Medley: Too Much Monkey Business
21)    Brown Eyed Handsome Man
22)    Out of Sight, Out of Mind
23)    Brown Eyed Handsome Man
1)    Reconsider Baby
2)    Don't Be Cruel
3)    Don't Be Cruel
4)    Paralysed
5)    Don't Be Cruel
6)    There's No Place Like Home
7)    When the Saints Go Marching In
8)    Softly and Tenderly
9)    Is It So Strange?
10)    That's When Your Heartaches Begin
11)    Brown Eyed Handsome Man
12)    Rip It Up
13)    I'm Gonna to Bid My Blues Goodbye
14)    Crazy Arms
15)    That's My Desire
16)    End of the Road
17)    Black Bottom Stomp
18)    You're the Only Star in My Blue Heaven
19)    Elvis Farewell
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Performer Notes
  • Full performer name: Elvis Presley/Million Dollar Quartet.
  • Million Dollar Quartet: Elvis Presley, Jerry Lee Lewis, Carl Perkins, Johnny Cash.
  • Recorded at Sun Studios, Memphis, Tennesse on December 4, 1956.
  • Full performer name: Elvis Presley/Million Dollar Quartet.
  • Full performer name: Elvis Presley/Million Dollar Quartet.
  • Million Dollar Quartet: Carl Perkins, Johnny Cash (vocals, guitar); Elvis Presley, Jerry Lee Lewis (vocals, piano).
  • The product of a casual afternoon jam session in 1956 between Elvis Presley, then the biggest star in America, and the rock & roll legends Johnny Cash, Jerry Lee Lewis, and Carl Perkins, these songs are a world away from the tight, well-produced rock & roll that Sam Phillips' Sun Studios was recording and releasing in the mid-'50s. More than half the material heard here consists of gospel music, and there are also versions of Chuck Berry's "Brown-Eyed Handsome Man" and "Too Much Monkey Business," as well as some classic country songs penned by Hank Snow, Gene Autry, and Bill Monroe. Relaxed and informal, these recordings are an illuminating snapshot of a moment in rock & roll history.
Professional Reviews
Q (p.111) - 3 stars out of 5 -- "[A]s a slice of unvarnished rock'n'roll history, it's hard to beat. Elvis, especially, sounds like he's having the time of his young life."

Mojo (Publisher) (p.115) - 3 stars out of 5 -- "[T]he session has, for the first time, been pieced together in the very order that it took place....The session transmutes into a ramshackle chunk of joy..."
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