1956 Elvis Presley
Elvis Presley is the self-titled debut album by Elvis Presley on RCA Records, catalogue number LPM 1254, released in March 1956, recorded at Sun Studio in Memphis, two mid-January sessions at RCA Studios in Nashville, and two in late January at RCA Studios in New York. It spent ten weeks at #1 on the Billboard Top Pop Albums chart that year.
Elvis Presley – vocal, guitar, piano / Scotty Moore – guitar / Chet Atkins – guitar / Floyd Cramer – piano / Shorty Long – piano / Marvin Hughes - piano / Bill Black – bass / D. J. Fontana – drums / Johnny Bernero – drums on "Trying to Get to You" / Gordon Stoker - backing vocals / Ben Speer - backing vocals / Brock Speer - backing vocals
01 Blue Suede Shoes / 02 I'm Counting On You / 03 I Got A Woman / 04 One Sided Love Affair / 05 I love You Because / 06 Just Because / 07 Tutti Frutti / 08 Tryin' To Get To You / 09 I'm Gonna Sit Right Down And Cry / 10 I'll Never Let You Go / 11 Blue Moon / 12 Money Honey