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Worldwide 50 Gold Award Hits Vol. 1

Worldwide 50 Gold Award Hits Vol. 1
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Compilation album by Elvis Presley
Released August, 1970
Genre Rock
Label RCA Records
Elvis Presley chronology

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Worldwide 50 Gold Award Hits Vol. 1 is a compilation box set by Elvis Presley. The four-album set was released in August, 1970, as his 38th album. The set peaked at number 45 on the Billboard 200 and at number 25 on the country chart.[1] It was certified Gold on February 13, 1973, Platinum on March 27, 1992 and 2x Platinum on June 17, 1992 by the Recording Industry Association of America.[2] Of the 51 tracks featured, four make their album debut in this collection: "Viva Las Vegas", "Suspicious Minds", "Don't Cry Daddy", and "Kentucky Rain".

Track listing

Side one
No. TitleWriter(s)Recording date Length
1. "Heartbreak Hotel"  Mae Boren Axton, Tommy Durden, Elvis PresleyJanuary 10, 1956 2:01
2. "I Was The One"  Aaron Schroeder, Claude Demetrius, Hal Blair, Bill PeppersJanuary 11, 1956 2:33
3. "I Want You I Need You I Love You"  Maurice Mysels, Ira KosloffApril 14, 1956 2:39
4. "Don't Be Cruel"  Otis Blackwell, Elvis PresleyJuly 2, 1956 2:03
5. "Hound Dog"  Jerry Leiber, Mike StollerJuly 2, 1956 2:15
6. "Love Me Tender" (from Love Me Tender)Vera Matson, Elvis PresleyAugust 24, 1956 2:45
Side two
No. TitleWriter(s)Recording date Length
1. "Any Way You Want Me"  Aaron Schroeder, Cliff OwensJuly 2, 1956 2:15
2. "Too Much"  Lee Rosenberg, Leonard WeinmanSeptember 2, 1956 2:32
3. "Playing For Keeps"  Stanley KeslerSeptember 1, 1956 2:48
4. "All Shook Up"  Otis Blackwell, Elvis PresleyJanuary 12, 1957 1:58
5. "That's When Your Heartaches Begin"  William Raskin, George Brown, Fred FisherJanuary 13, 1957 3:25
6. "Loving You"  Jerry Leiber, Mike StollerFebruary 24, 1957 2:15
Side three
No. TitleWriter(s)Recording date Length
1. "(Let Me Be Your) Teddy Bear" (from Loving You)Kal Mann, Bernie LoweJanuary 15-18, 1957 1:53
2. "Jailhouse Rock" (from Jailhouse Rock)Jerry Leiber, Mike StollerApril 30, 1957 2:30
3. "Treat Me Nice"  Jerry Leiber, Mike StollerSeptember 5, 1957 2:12
4. "I Beg Of You"  Rosemarie McCoy, Kelly OwensFebruary 23, 1957 1:53
5. "Don't"  Jerry Leiber, Mike StollerSeptember 6, 1957 2:48
6. "Wear My Ring Around Your Neck"  Bert Carroll, Russell MoodyFebruary 1, 1958 2:15
7. "Hard Headed Woman" (from King Creole)Claude DemetriusJanuary 15, 1958 1:53
Side four
No. TitleWriter(s)Recording date Length
1. "I Got Stung"  Aaron Schroeder, David HillJune 10, 1958 1:50
2. "A Fool Such As I"  Bill Trader, Bob MillerJune 10, 1958 2:36
3. "Big Hunk O' Love"  Aaron Schroeder, Sid WycheJune 10, 1958 2:12
4. "Stuck On You"  Aaron Schroeder, Leslie McFarlandMarch 20, 1960 2:16
5. "Mess Of Blues"  Doc Pomus, Mort ShumanMarch 20, 1960 2:41
6. "It's Now or Never"  Aaron Schroeder, Wally GoldApril 3, 1960 3:25
Side five
No. TitleWriter(s)Recording date Length
1. "I Gotta Know"  Paul Evans, Matt WilliamsApril 3, 1960 2:14
2. "Are You Lonesome Tonight?"  Roy Turk, Lou HandmanApril 3, 1960 3:05
3. "Surrender"  Doc Pomus, Mort ShumanOctober 30, 1960 1:51
4. "I Feel So Bad"  Chuck WillisMarch 12, 1961 2:54
5. "Little Sister"  Doc Pomus, Mort ShumanJune 25, 1961 2:29
6. "Can't Help Falling in Love" (from Blue Hawaii)Hugo Peretti, Luigi Creatore, George WeissMarch 23, 1961 3:01
Side six
No. TitleWriter(s)Recording date Length
1. "Rock-A-Hula Baby" (from Blue Hawaii)Fred Wise, Ben Weisman, Dolores FullerMarch 23, 1961 2:24
2. "Anything That's Part Of You"  Don RobertsonOctober 15, 1961 1:57
3. "Good Luck Charm"  Aaron Schroeder, Wally GoldOctober 15, 1961 2:24
4. "She's Not You"  Doc Pomus, Mike Stoller, Jerry LeiberMarch 19, 1962 2:03
5. "Return To Sender" (from Girls! Girls! Girls!)Otis Blackwell, Winfield ScottMarch 27, 1962 2:05
6. "Where Do You Come From" (from Girls! Girls! Girls!)Ruth Batchelor, Bob RobertsMarch 27, 1962 2:08
7. "One Broken Heart For Sale" (from It Happened at the World's Fair)Otis Blackwell, Winfield ScottSeptember 22, 1962 2:09
Side seven
No. TitleWriter(s)Recording date Length
1. "(You're the) Devil in Disguise"  Bill Giant, Bernie Baum, Florence KayeMay 26, 1963 2:01
2. "Bossa Nova Baby"  Jerry Leiber, Mike StollerJanuary 22, 1963 1:35
3. "Kissin' Cousins" (from Kissin' Cousins)Fred Wise, Randy StarrSeptember 30-October 10, 1963 2:18
4. "Viva Las Vegas" (Recorded from Viva Las Vegas)Doc Pomus, Mort ShumanJuly 9, 1963 2:11
5. "Ain't That Loving You Baby"  Clyde Otis, Ivory Joe HunterJune 10, 1958 2:22
6. "Wooden Heart" (from G.I. Blues)Fred Wise, Ben Weisman, Kay TwomeyApril 28, 1960 2:02
Side eight
No. TitleWriter(s)Recording date Length
1. "Crying in the Chapel"  Artie GlennOctober 30, 1960 2:23
2. "If I Can Dream"  Walter Earl BrownJune 23, 1968 2:12
3. "In the Ghetto"  Mac DavisJanuary 20, 1969 2:48
4. "Suspicious Minds"  Mark JamesJanuary 22, 1969 3:15
5. "Don't Cry Daddy"  Mac DavisJanuary 15, 1969 3:09
6. "Kentucky Rain"  Eddie Rabbitt, Dick HeardFebruary 20, 1969 2:44
7. "'Elvis Sails" (excerpts)September 22, 1958 4:27

References

  1. ^ "Elvis' 50 Worldwide Gold Award Hits, Vol. 1". Allmusic. Rovi Corp. 2013. Retrieved May 25, 2013. 
  2. ^ "Searchable database". RIAA. Recording Industry Association of America. 2013. Retrieved May 25, 2013.  Note: Enter search for "Worldwide 50 Gold Award Hits, Volume 1"


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