C'mon Everybody (album)

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C'mon Everybody
Elvis Presley - C'mon Everybody Coverart.jpg
Compilation album by Elvis Presley
Released July, 1971
Recorded July 2, 1961 - September 28, 1966
Genre Rock
Length 22:58
Label RCA Camden
Elvis Presley chronology
Love Letters from Elvis
(1971)
C'mon Everybody
(1971)
The Other Sides – Elvis Worldwide Gold Award Hits Vol. 2
(1971)

C'mon Everybody is a compilation album by American singer and musician Elvis Presley released on July 1, 1971.[1] All tracks from this album originated from four of Elvis's films and were only released on soundtrack EP's prior to this issue. The remaining EP tracks from the same four movies were compiled into another album, I Got Lucky, released three months later.[2] C'Mon Everybody was certified Gold on January 6, 2004 by the Recording Industry Association of America.[3]

Track listing[edit]

Side one
No. Title Writer(s) Recording date Length
1. "C'mon Everybody" (from Viva Las Vegas) Joy Byers July 9, 1963 2:18
2. "Angel" (from Follow That Dream) Sid Tepper, Roy C. Bennett July 2, 1961 2:38
3. "Easy Come, Easy Go" (from Easy Come, Easy Go) Ben Weisman, Sid Wayne September 28, 1966 2:10
4. "A Whistling Tune" (from Kid Galahad) Sherman Edwards, Hal David October 26, 1961 2:38
5. "Follow That Dream" (from Follow That Dream) Fred Wise, Ben Weisman July 2, 1961 1:37
Side two
No. Title Writer(s) Recording date Length
1. "King Of The Whole Wide World" (from Kid Galahad) Ruth Batchelor, Bob Roberts October 27, 1961 2:07
2. "I'll Take Love" (from Easy Come, Easy Go) Dolores Fuller, Mark Barkan September 28, 1966 2:13
3. "Today, Tomorrow And Forever" (from Viva Las Vegas) Mack David, Sherman Edwards July 2, 1961 3:25
4. "I'm Not The Marrying Kind" (from Follow That Dream) Ben Weisman, Fred Wise October 27, 1961 1:50
5. "This Is Living" (from Kid Galahad) Bill Giant, Bernie Baum, Florence Kaye July 11, 1963 1:43

References[edit]

  1. ^ "C'Mon Everybody". Elvis - The Music. Sony Music Entertainment. 2015. Retrieved January 12, 2015. 
  2. ^ "I Got Lucky". Elvis - The Music. Sony Music Entertainment. 2015. Retrieved January 12, 2015. 
  3. ^ "Searchable Database". RIAA. 2015. Retrieved January 12, 2015.  Note: Enter search for C'Mon Everybody

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