Felton Jarvis

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Felton Jarvis, (born November 16, 1934 – died January 3, 1981), was an American producer who produced most of Elvis's recordings from 1966-1977. He also released several singles in the late 1950s and early 1960s.[1] Jarvis also produced John Hartford's first six albums. Tommy Roe, Michael Nesmith, Fats Domino, Jimmy Dean, Fess Parker, Charley Pride, Carl Perkins, Skeeter Davis, Willie Nelson, Gladys Knight & the Pips, Maria Dallas.

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Viva Records[edit]

  • Honest John (The Workin' Man's Friend)/Don't Knock Elvis (1959)

Thunder Int.[edit]

  • Swingin' Cat/Honest John (The Working Man's Friend) (1960)
  • Dimples/Little Wheel (1960)

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