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I Think These Are The Real Songs For 2nd To None

Tue Jul 01, 2003 10:54 am

I Think These Are The Real Songs For 2nd To None.
I Change my mind, after reading the Top 20 singles, reading the
press on the 2nd to none, I think these will be the list in order.....


11

Thats all right
Mystery Train 1 1955
I Was the One 8 1956
I Want,Need,Love You 1 1956
Blue Suede Shoes 20 1956
Mean Woman Blues 11 1957
Love Me 2 1957
Loving You 20 1957
Treat Me Nice 18 1957
Ring Around Your Neck 7 1958
Need Your LoveTonight 4 1959

11

GI Blues 1960
Blue Hawaii 1960
Little Sister 5 1961
Good Luck Charm 1 1962
Boss Nova Baby 20 1963
Such a Night 16 1964
Roustabout 1964
Viva Las Vegas 1964
Memories 7 1968
If I Can Dream 12 1968
Don't Cry, Daddy 6 1969
Kentucky Rain 16 1969
Guitar Man 1 1981

8

An American Trilogy 26 1971
Always on My Mind 16 1972
Streamroller Blues 17 1973
Thing About You, Baby 4 1974
My Boy 20 1975
Hurt 6 1976
Moody Blue 1 1976
My Way 2 1977
Rubberneckin 2003

Tue Jul 01, 2003 4:13 pm

I doubt that "Good Luck Charm" will be on "Second To None" since it was used on "Elvis # 1 Hits."

I sincerely hope "Blue Christmas" is used.

Mystery Train

Tue Jul 01, 2003 4:25 pm

I accidentally looked over that song when I pulled out the songs that were already been used... yeah Blue Christmas a good one

Tue Jul 01, 2003 5:39 pm

I pray they include It Hurts Me. This should-have-been hit would be so great with improved sound, and be a real bonus for casual fans who don't have it.

Also it would be nice to have 1 gospel tune in there, maybe the grammy-winning live "How Great Thou Art" has a shot, though my fav's are from the 60's

Tue Jul 01, 2003 5:59 pm

The fact that everyone will have different ideas of what should be on this album only highlights the pointlessness (?) of the exercise.

It's like an album of also rans which will have indifferent public interest compared to ELV1S.

For example the sales number of Dean Martin"s Greatest His Vol 2 was very much less than the Vol 1 issue.

To my mind the follow-up should have been along the lines ELV1S - NUMBER ONE IN ROCK AND ROLL. Using the same cover format and including all the great rocking numbers that didn't make the top spot. This could be followed by a BLUES version and then a COUNTRY version.

No matter how you dress it up an album with 2 in the title cpaitalising on ELV1S will always give the impression of second rate - to the public :!:

Tue Jul 01, 2003 6:07 pm

No Promised land??
I'd switch My Boy for Promised Land..