“Raised On Rock / For Ol’ Times Sake” by Elvis Presley - album review

TJR says

Album #37 from the 38-year-old was delivered in October, 1973, all brand new recordings from Stax Studios in Memphis, Tennessee. I just sneer at my speakers when suffering through it - he sounds like a pub singer doing Elvis half the time. Failed to chart in the UK. That's something I suppose.

The Jukebox Rebel
25-Aug-2008

A1 [02:42] 2.0.png Elvis Presley - Raised On Rock (Mark James) Blues Rock / Soul Rock
A2 [02:01] 1.2.png Elvis Presley with vocal accompaniment by Voice - Are You Sincere (Wayne Walker) Pop Ballad
A3 [02:33] 2.8.png Elvis Presley with vocal accompaniment by J. D. Sumner and The Stamps - Find Out What’s Happening (Jerry Crutchfield) Blues Rock / Soul Rock
A4 [02:15] 1.0.png Elvis Presley with vocal accompaniment by Voice - I Miss You (Donnie Sumner) Pop Ballad
A5 [03:40] 1.4.png Elvis Presley with vocal accompaniment by J. D. Sumner and The Stamps - Girl Of Mine (Les Reed, Barry Mason) Country
B1 [03:39] 2.0.png Elvis Presley - For Ol’ Times Sake (Tony Joe White) Pop Ballad
B2 [02:31] 2.3.png Elvis Presley - If You Don’t Come Back (Jerry Leiber, Mike Stoller) Disco / Funk
B3 [02:32] 2.3.png Elvis Presley - Just A Little Bit (Ralph Bass, Ferdinand Washington, John Thornton, Piney Brown) Blues Rock / Soul Rock
B4 [03:04] 0.7.png Elvis Presley with vocal accompaniment by Voice - Sweet Angeline (Chris Arnold, David Martin, Geoff Morrow) Crooner / Cabaret
B5 [02:48] 1.6.png Elvis Presley with vocal accompaniment by J. D. Sumner and The Stamps - Three Corn Patches (Jerry Leiber, Mike Stoller) Pop




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