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Do The Clam

Do The Clam

Released:Feb. 9, 1965

“Do The Clam,” from the new movie, Girl Happy, represented one of the low points of Elvis’ film-related singles releases, a half-hearted attempt at creating a new dance craze, which, whether by intention or not, was more silly than satirical. Mediocre sales of 350,000 reflected its place in the Elvis pantheon.

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  • Do The Clam

    Sid Wayne/Ben Weisman/Dolores Fuller. Recorded for the motion picture Girl Happy. Recorded June 12, 1964 at Radio Recorders, Hollywood. Guitar: Scotty Moore, Tiny Timbrell, Tommy Tedesco. Bass: Bob Moore. Drums: D.J. Fontana, Buddy Harman, Frank Carlson. Piano: Floyd Cramer. Saxophone: Boots Randolph. Vocals: The Jordanaires, The Jubilee Four, The Carole Lombard Trio
  • You’ll Be Gone

    Red West/Elvis Presley/Charlie Hodge. Recorded March 18, 1962 at RCA’s Studio B, Nashville. Guitar & Vibes: Grady Martin. Guitar: Harold Bradley, Scotty Moore. Bass: Bob Moore. Drums: Buddy Harman, D.J. Fontana. Piano & Organ: Floyd Cramer. Saxophone & Vibes: Boots Randolph. Vocals: Millie Kirkham, The Jordanaires

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