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It wouldn't be the same without you

COVERED BY ELVIS

It Wouldn't Be The Same Without You
Shuffle-Boogie Bellhop

recording date elvis: Monday 4 january 1954;studio
first release: on cd sunrise ( 9 february 1999 )
label: rca victor
ean: 00 7863 67675 2 9


originally by: Al Rogers And His Rocky Mountain Boy's

recording date: 1 april 1950
written by: Jimmy Wakely;Fred Rose
catalognumber: 10709
label: mgm
format: 78 rpm



Elvis visited the Memphis Recording Service to make his second personal recording in January 1954, coupling "I'll Never Stand In Your Way" with "It Wouldn't Be The Same Without You." Al Rogers only had a few records released, two for Capitol, three for MGM, including the original of "It Wouldn't Be The Same (Without You)," recorded on 1 April 1950, on MGM 10709 as the B-side of "Shuffle Boogie Bellhop," and two for X, where recording credits went to the slightly differently named Al Rogers And His Rocky Mountain Boys.


It Wouldn't Be The Same Without You
performed by:
Al Rogers

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It Wouldn't Be The Same Without You
performed by:
Elvis presley

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