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Sandy Nelson - All Shook Up (Elvis Presley Instrumental Cover)

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From '' Drums, Drums, Drums! '' Label: Sunset Records -- SLS 50 060 Z Format: Vinyl, LP, Stereo, Compilation Country: Germany Released: 1967 Tracklist A1 No Matter What Shape (Your Stomach's In) Written-By -- Granville Sascha Burland A2 Be Bop Baby Written-By -- Pearl Lendhurst A3 ...And Then There Where Drums Written-By -- Richard Podolor, Sander Nelson A4 Let There Be Drums Written-By -- Richard Podolor, Sander Nelson A5 All Shook Up Written-By -- Elvis Presley, Otis Blackwell B1 Big Noise From The Jungle Written-By -- Earl Palmer, Plas Johnson, Rene Hall B2 The Charge Written-By -- Lee Young B3 Day Drumming Written-By -- Sander Nelson B4 Splish Splash Written-By -- Bobby Darin, Jean Murray B5 Day Train Written-By -- Edgar Redmond, Sugar Hall ------------------------ "All Shook Up" is a song recorded by Elvis Presley and published by Elvis Presley Music and composed by Otis Blackwell. Elvis Presley's single topped the U.S. Pop chart on April 13, 1957, staying there for eight weeks. It also topped the R&B chart for four weeks, becoming Presley's second single to do so, and peaked at #3 on the country chart. It is certified 2X Platinum by the RIAA. It was ranked #352 on Rolling Stone's list of the 500 Greatest Songs of All Time. History Blackwell wrote the song at the offices of Shalimar Music in 1956 after Al Stanton, one of Shalimar's owners, shaking a bottle of Pepsi at the time, suggested he write a song based around the phrase "all shook up". The song was recorded by David Hill before Presley in 1956. Presley's Recording On January 12, 1957, Presley recorded the song at Radio Recorders in Hollywood. Take 10 was selected for release, and in March the song entered Billboard's Top 100 chart at #25. Within three weeks it had knocked Perry Como's "Round and Round" off the top spot, and stayed there for eight consecutive weeks. The song also became Presley's first UK #1 single, remaining there for seven weeks. Sales of the single exceeded 2 million, and the song was named Billboard's Year End number one song for 1957. Other recordings and performances The Jeff Beck Group released a rendition of the song on the Beckola album (1969), with Rod Stewart on lead vocals and Ronnie Wood on bass. The Beatles performed the song during their oldies jams during the Let It Be sessions in 1969. The song was recorded by Suzi Quatro in 1974, and peaked at #85 on Billboard's Hot 100. Anson Williams performed the song on the Happy Days TV show in the 1970s. The Gyromatics covered the song in 1984 and can be heard in the film Roadhouse 66. In 1991, Billy Joel recorded the song for the movie Honeymoon in Vegas, which also featured other Elvis Presley songs by various artists. Joel released the song as a single and it peaked at #92 in the US and #27 in the UK. It was covered by Paul McCartney on his album Run Devil Run (1999), and by Cliff Richard on Wanted (2001). It has also been recorded by Ry Cooder.
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