“Today” by Elvis - album review

TJR says

Cod Rock n Roll, bland country rock and Perry-Como-esque levels of schmaltz balladeering make up most of “Today”, an album of brand new recordings by the 40-year-old performer, his second of '75.

The Jukebox Rebel
01-Sep-2008

A1 [03:06] 2.0.png Elvis Presley with vocal accompaniment by Voice - T-R-O-U-B-L-E (Jerry Chesnut) Blues Rock / Soul Rock
A2 [03:42] 1.3.png Elvis Presley with vocal accompaniment by Voice and The Holladays - And I Love You So (Don McLean) Crooner / Cabaret
A3 [02:19] 2.6.png Elvis Presley with vocal accompaniment by Voice - Susan When She Tried (Don Reid) Country
A4 [03:37] 3.4.png Elvis Presley with vocal accompaniment by Voice and The Holladays - Woman Without Love (Jerry Chesnut) Country
A5 [03:49] 4.1.png Elvis Presley with vocal accompaniment by Voice and The Holladays - Shake A Hand (Joe Morris) Blues / Rhythm n Blues
B1 [04:07] 0.8.png Elvis Presley with vocal accompaniment by Voice - Pieces Of My Life (Troy Seals) Pop Ballad
B2 [02:46] 2.5.png Elvis Presley with vocal accompaniment by Voice and The Holladays - Fairytale (Bonnie Pointer, Anita Pointer) Country
B3 [04:05] 5.1.png Elvis Presley with vocal accompaniment by Voice - I Can Help (Billy Swan) Pop
B4 [03:02] 2.8.png Elvis Presley with vocal accompaniment by Voice and The Holladays - Bringing It Back (Greg Gordon) Pop Ballad
B5 [03:29] 2.7.png Elvis Presley with vocal accompaniment by Voice and The Holladays - Green Green Grass Of Home (Curly Putman, Sheb Wooley) Country




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