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Fools rush in ( where angels fear to tread )

COVERED BY ELVIS

Fools Rush In ( where angels fear to tread )
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recording date elvis: Tuesday 18 may 1971;studio
first release: on audio album elvis now ( february 1972 )
label: rca victor
catalog number: lsp 4671

originally by: Bob Crosby And His Orchestra


recording year: 1940
written by: Rube Bloom;Johnny Mercer
catalognumber: 3154
label: decca

Born: August 25, 1913
Died: March 9, 1993
Country: United States
Comments: Big band leader and vocalist.

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Bob Crosby and His Orchestra recorded the original of "Fools Rush In" on 18 March 1940 and it was released as a single on Decca 3154 that same year. Both Glenn Miller and Tommy Dorsey also recorded this number in 1940, along with numerous other artists—Frank Sinatra provided the vocals on Dorsey's version.
Elvis's version copied the arrangement of the 1963 recording of Ricky Nelson, on which James Burton played lead guitar. An informal home recording, dating from 1966, of Elvis singing this number at a much gentler pace, was released officially on the CD "In A Private Moment."


Fools Rush In

performed by:
Bob Crosby & Orchestra

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Fools Rush In ( Where Angels Fear To Tread )
performed by:
Elvis Presley

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