The Other Sides – Elvis Worldwide Gold Award Hits Vol. 2

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The Other Sides – Elvis Worldwide Gold Award Hits Vol. 2
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Compilation album by Elvis Presley
Released August 1971
Genre Rock
Length 118:08
Label RCA Victor
Elvis Presley chronology
C'mon Everybody
(1971)
The Other Sides – Elvis Worldwide Gold Award Hits Vol. 2
(1971)
I Got Lucky
(1971)

The Other Sides – Elvis Worldwide Gold Award Hits Vol. 2 is a compilation album by Elvis Presley released on August 1, 1971.[1] It was certified Gold on July 15, 1999 by the Recording Industry Association of America.[2]

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Track listing[edit]

Side one
No. Title Writer(s) Recording date Length
1. "Puppet on a String" (from Girl Happy) Roy Bennett, Sid Tepper June 10, 1964 2:39
2. "Witchcraft"   Dave Bartholomew, Pearl King May 26, 1963 2:17
3. "Trouble" (from King Creole) Jerry Leiber, Mike Stoller January 15, 1958 2:16
4. "Poor Boy" (from Jailhouse Rock) Vera Matson, Elvis Presley May 3, 1957 2:13
5. "I Want to Be Free" (from Love Me Tender) Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller August 24 & September 4, 1956 2:12
6. "Doncha' Think It's Time"   Luther Dixon, Clyde Otis February 1, 1958 1:54
7. "Young Dreams" (from King Creole) Martin Kalmanoff, Aaron Schroeder January 23, 1958 2:23
Side two
No. Title Writer(s) Recording date Length
1. "The Next Step Is Love"   Paul Evans, Paul Parnes June 7, 1970 3:31
2. "You Don't Have to Say You Love Me"   Pino Donaggio, Simon Napier-Bell, Vito Pallavicini, Vicki Wickham June 6, 1970 2:30
3. "Paralyzed"   Otis Blackwell, Presley September 2, 1956 2:23
4. "My Wish Came True"   Ivory Joe Hunter September 6, 1957 2:33
5. "When My Blue Moon Turns to Gold Again"   Gene Sullivan, Wiley Walker September 2, 1956 2:21
6. "Lonesome Cowboy" (from Loving You) Bennett, Tepper January 15-18, 1957 3:01
Side three
No. Title Writer(s) Recording date Length
1. "My Baby Left Me"   Arthur Crudup, Presley January 30, 1956 2:11
2. "It Hurts Me"   Joe Byers, Charles E. Daniels January 12, 1964 2:27
3. "I Need Your Love Tonight"   Bix Reichner, Sid Wayne June 10, 1958 2:04
4. "Tell Me Why"   Titus Turner January 12, 1957 2:05
5. "Please Don't Drag That String Around"   O. Blackwell, Winfield Scott May 26, 1963 1:53
6. "Young and Beautiful" (from Jailhouse Rock) Schroeder, Abner Silver April 30, 1957 2:02
Side Four
No. Title Writer(s) Recording date Length
1. "Hot Dog" (from Loving You) Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller January 15-18, 1957 1:12
2. "New Orleans" (from King Creole) Bennett, Tepper January 15, 1958 1:58
3. "We're Gonna Move" (from Love Me Tender) Matson, Presley August 24, 1956 2:30
4. "Crawfish" (from King Creole) Ben Weisman, Fred Wise January 15, 1958 1:38
5. "King Creole" (from King Creole) Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller January 23, 1958 2:08
6. "I Believe in the Man in the Sky"   Richard Howard October 30, 1960 2:11
7. "Dixieland Rock" (from King Creole) Rachel Frank, Schroeder January 16, 1958 1:46
Side five
No. Title Writer(s) Recording date Length
1. "The Wonder of You" (live) Baker Knight February 18, 1970 2:34
2. "They Remind Me Too Much of You"   Don Robertson, Leith Stevens September 22, 1962 2:31
3. "Mean Woman Blues"   Claude Demetrius January 13, 1957 2:15
4. "Lonely Man" (from Wild in the Country) Bennie Benjamin, Sol Marcus November 7, 1960 2:43
5. "Any Day Now"   Burt Bacharach, Bob Hilliard February 20, 1969 2:58
6. "Don't Ask Me Why" (from King Creole) Weisman, Wise January 16, 1958 2:06
Side six
No. Title Writer(s) Recording date Length
1. "(Marie's the Name) His Latest Flame"   Doc Pomus, Mort Shuman June 25, 1961 2:07
2. "I Really Don't Want to Know"   Howard Barnes, Robertson June 7, 1970 2:54
3. "(You're So Square) Baby I Don't Care" (from Jailhouse Rock) Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller May 3 & 8, 1957 1:51
4. "I've Lost You"   Alan Blaikley, Ken Howard June 4, 1970 3:30
5. "Let Me" (from Love Me Tender) Matson, Presley September 4, 1956 2:08
6. "Love Me"   Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller September 1, 1956 2:43
Side seven
No. Title Writer(s) Recording date Length
1. "Got a Lot o' Livin' to Do"   Schroeder, Weisman January 12, 1957 2:31
2. "Fame and Fortune"   Weisman, Wise March 20, 1960 2:29
3. "Rip It Up"   Robert Blackwell, John Marascalco September 3, 1956 1:53
4. "There Goes My Everything"   Dallas Frazier June 8, 1970 2:58
5. "Lover Doll" (from King Creole) Silver, Wayne January 16, 1958 2:09
6. "One Night"   Bartholomew, King, Anita Steiman February 23, 1957 2:29
Side eight
No. Title Writer(s) Recording date Length
1. "Just Tell Her Jim Said Hello"   Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller March 19, 1962 2:08
2. "Ask Me"   Bernie Baum, Bill Giant, Buddy Kaye, Domenico Modugno January 12, 1964 2:05
3. "Patch It Up"   Rory Michael Bourke, Eddie Rabbitt August 11 & 12, 1970 3:08
4. "As Long as I Have You" (from King Creole) Weisman, Wise January 16, 1958 1:50
5. "You'll Think of Me"   Shuman January 14, 1969 3:58
6. "Wild in the Country" (from Wild in the Country) Luigi Creatore, Hugo Peretti, George David Weiss November 7, 1960 1:58

References[edit]

  1. ^ "The Other Sides - Elvis Worldwide Gold Award Hits, Vol. 2". Elvis - The Music. Sony Music Entertainment. 2015. Retrieved January 12, 2015. 
  2. ^ "Searchable Database". RIAA. 2015. Retrieved January 12, 2015.  Note: Go to "Advanced Search", then to "Album" and enter The Other Sides-Worldwide Gold Award Hits Vol. 2