View Full Version : Where did Elvis actually record his Memphis Sessions album at?
08-12-2009, 03:55 PM
I was wandering where did Elvis record all of his songs from 1969? I always thought it was at stax but since i was reading some of others comments it looks like the other artists recorded there more. So did Elvis actually record somewhre else in Memphis back in 1969? Let me know if anyone knows the answer thanks alot Gerald!!
08-12-2009, 06:26 PM
American Studio in Memphis.
Raised on Rock
08-13-2009, 01:05 AM
Elvis recording sessions in Memphis:
Sun Studios '54, '55. That's All Right Mama, Baby Let's Play House, Mystery Train and that stuff. Sessions produced by Sam Philips.
American Sound Studios Jan and Feb '69. The Albums "From Elvis in Memphis" and "Back in Memphis", and hit singles like Suspicious Minds and Kentucky Rain came from those. Produced by Chips Moman.
Stax Studios July and Dec '73 The Albums Raised on Rock, Good Times and Promised Land came from those sessions. Some Singles from those sessions: "If You Talk on Your Sleep", "Promised Land", "I've Got a Thing About You Baby", "My Boy". Producer: Felton Jarvis.
Graceland '76 (This sessions took place at the Jungle Room at Elvis home). The albums "From Elvis Presley Boulevard" and "Moody Blue" came from there. Most remembered singles might be: "Way Down" and "Moody Blue". Produces by Felton Jarvis.
Here you can find basically all data about when, where and who did play on each of Elvis Presley recording session: http://www.keithflynn.com/recording-sessions/index.html
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