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Thrill of your love

COVERED BY ELVIS

A Woman's Love - Thrill Of Your Love


recording date elvis: Monday, 4 April 1960; Studio
first release:


originally by: Carl McVoy

recording year: 1958
originally written by: Kesler
catalognumber: SNAJ 713
label: Charly Records
album: The Sun Records Story - three cd set



Stan Kesler wrote five songs recorded by Elvis: "I'm Right, You're Left, She's Gone," "I Forgot To Remember To Forget," "If I'm A Fool For Loving You," "Playing For Keeps" and this gospel-like "Thrill Of Your Love." Carl McVoy was an older cousin of Jerry Lee Lewis and seems to have given him some early piano-playing lessons! His 1958 version of "Thrill Of Your Love" was called "A Woman's Love" and remained unissued at the time, but has since appeared on compilations.


Thrill Of Your Love
performed by:
Carl McVoy

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Thrill Of Your Love
performed by: Elvis Presley

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