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Miracle of the rosary

COVERED BY ELVIS

Miracle Of The Rosary


recording date elvis: saturday, 15 May 1971; studio
first release:


originally by: Jesse Lee Denson

recording year: 1960
originally written by: Jesse Lee denson
catalognumber: ENA-9086
label: enterprise



Lee Denson was an early rockabilly wannabe, most famous for his 1957 recording of "New Shoes" on Vik, which featured Eddie Cochran on guitar. His full name is Jesse Lee Denson and together with his brother, James, he recorded as Jesse James for the Kent label. Denson wrote and recorded the original version of this track in 1960, though it seems not to have been released until 1973, when it was issued as a single on Enterprise ENA-9086. Denson was known for his unconfirmed tales of friendship with Elvis and claimed to have taught Elvis to play guitar. Lee Denson died in November 2007.
What possessed Elvis to record this number is anyone's guess; perhaps it was just misguided loyalty to someone he once knew in Lauderdale Courts…


Miracle Of The Rosary
performed by:
Lee Denson

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Miracle Of The Rosary
performed by:
Elvis Presley

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