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ELVIS PRESLEY - A DOGS LIFE 1966

PS LISTEN WITH HEADPHONES FOR THE BEST SOUND . THIS IS A LINK TO MY FREE ELVIS CHANNEL ⚡ALWAYS4ELVIS ⚡ ON - BIT TUBE https://beta.bittube.tv/profile/ALWAYS4ELVIS - FOR ALOT OF CDS AND VIDEOS THANK YOU & KEEP SAFE TCB ⚡ TLC FROM THE MOVIE PARADISE HAWAIIAN STYLE 1966 Paradise, Hawaiian Style is a 1966 musical comedy film starring Elvis Presley. It was the third and final motion picture that Presley filmed in Hawaii. The film reached #40 on the Variety weekly box office chart, earning $2.5 million in theaters. In agreeing to do this film, Elvis' manager Colonel Tom Parker was hoping to replicate the success of Presley's 1961 film, Blue Hawaii. However, it was not a hit, and Presley's career continued its downward spiral. Plot Rick Richards (Presley) returns to his home in Hawaii after being fired from his job as an airline pilot. He and his buddy Danny Kohana (James Shigeta) go into the helicopter charter business together. But Rick's reckless flying and his careless flirting with local women may cost Rick the business and Danny his home. This tendency seems to get in the way of their secretary, Judy "Friday" Hudson (Suzanna Leigh) and Rick getting together. Disaster looms as Danny becomes overdue on a flight after Rick has been grounded by government officials. Rick must decide if he should risk losing his license forever by going to look for his friend. Cast Elvis Presley as Rick Richards Suzanna Leigh as Judy "Friday" Hudson James Shigeta as Danny Kohana Jan Shepard as Betty Kohana Philip Ahn as Moki Kaimana Donna Butterworth as Jan Kohana Marianna Hill as Lani Kaimana Irene Tsu as Pua Linda Wong as Lehua Kawena Julie Parrish as Joanna Paradise, Hawaiian Style is the thirteenth soundtrack album by American singer and musician Elvis Presley, released by RCA Victor in mono and stereo, LPM/LSP 3643, in June 1966. It is the soundtrack to the 1966 film of the same name starring Presley. Recording sessions took place at Radio Recorders in Hollywood, California, on July 26 and 27, and August 2, 1965. It peaked at number 15 on the Top LP's chart Background Presley found himself in 1965 recording soundtrack albums for films that were almost a year away from release — gone were the days when the turnaround time from the final session for Elvis Is Back! to its arrival in the shops was less than one week.[3] While working on this album, his most recent film in the theaters was Tickle Me, and Presley had completed three more movies since then. With titles like "A Dog's Life" and "Queenie Wahine's Papaya" he openly ridiculed the material, wasting time before finally approaching the microphone to do the job.[4] He begrudgingly accepted songs given him that he would have rejected outright years earlier. He always finished the work, but in essence Presley had become a hired hand in his own career.[4] Popular music, and particularly Rock n' Roll, was in a state of total change as an art form and Presley was 'lost in Hollywood Personnel Elvis Presley – vocals The Jordanaires – backing vocals The Mello Men – backing vocals (on "Drums Of The Islands") Bernal Lewis – steel guitar Scotty Moore – electric guitar Barney Kessel – electric guitar Charlie McCoy – acoustic guitar Howard Roberts – electric guitar ("Sand Castles") Allan Hendrickson – electric guitar ("Sand Castles") Larry Muhoberac – piano Ray Siegel – double bass Keith Mitchell – bass guitar ("Sand Castles") D.J. Fontana – drums Hal Blaine – drums Milt Holland – drums Victor Feldman – drums ("Sand Castles") Original release Side oneNo. Title Writer(s) Recording date Length 1. "Paradise, Hawaiian Style" Bill Giant, Bernie Baum, Florence Kaye July 27, 1965 2:39 2. "Queenie Wahine's Papaya" Bill Giant, Bernie Baum, Florence Kaye July 27, 1965 1:35 3. "Scratch My Back (Then I'll Scratch Yours)" Bill Giant, Bernie Baum, Florence Kaye July 26, 1965 2:16 4. "Drums of the Islands" Sid Tepper and Roy C. Bennett July 26, 1965 2:34 5. "Datin'" Fred Wise and Randy Starr July 26, 1965 1:23 Side twoNo. Title Writer(s) Recording date Length 1. "A Dog's Life" Ben Weisman and Sid Wayne July 27, 1965 1:59 2. "House of Sand" Bill Giant, Bernie Baum, Florence Kaye July 27, 1965 2:04 3. "Stop Where You Are" Bill Giant, Bernie Baum, Florence Kaye July 27, 1965 2:06 4. "This Is My Heaven" Bill Giant, Bernie Baum, Florence Kaye July 27, 1965 2:36 5. "Sand Castles" (bonus track) David Hess and Herb Goldberg August 2, 1965 2:58 https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Paradise,_Hawaiian_Style
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