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If Every Day Was Like Christmas

If Every Day Was Like Christmas

Released:Nov. 15, 1966

Another Christmas single, for which the A-side was written by Elvis’ friend Red West and recorded, along with “I’ll Remember You,” in Nashville in June. Despite a sensitive performance and an exemplary sentiment, the record – with a B-side from It Happened At The World’s Fair – sold poorly, but, like the original Christmas album, “If Every Day Was Like Christmas” was destined to become a holiday standard over the years.

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  • If Every Day Was Like Christmas

    Red West. Recorded June 10, 1966 at RCA's Studio B, Nashville. Elvis' vocals recorded June 12, 1966 at RCA's Studio B, Nashville. Guitar: Harold Bradley, Scotty Moore, Chip Young. Bass: Bob Moore. Drums: D.J. Fontana. Drums & Timpani: Buddy Harman. Piano: David Briggs. Organ: Henry Slaughter. Steel Guitar: Pete Drake. Saxophone: Rufus Long. Vocals: Millie Kirkham, June Page, Dolores Edgin, The Jordanaires, The Imperials
  • How Would You Like To Be

    Ben Raleigh/Mark Barkan. Recorded for the motion picture It Happened At The World's Fair. Recorded September 22, 1962 at Radio Recorders, Hollywood. Guitar: Scotty Moore, Tiny Timbrell, Billy Strange. Bass: Ray Siegel. Drums: D.J. Fontana, Frank Carlson. Piano: Don Robertson. Organ: Dudley Brooks. Saxophone & Clarinet: Clifford Scott. Vocals: The Mello Men

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