You're a Heartbreaker
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|"You're a Heartbreaker"|
|Single by Elvis Presley|
|B-side||"Milkcow Blues Boogie"|
|Released||December 28, 1954|
|Recorded||December 8, 1954|
|Elvis Presley singles chronology|
"You're a Heartbreaker" is a song recorded by Elvis Presley in December 1954 during the fourth of Presley's now-legendary eight sessions at Memphis' Sun Studio. The recording was released as Presley's third single on the Sun label (Sun 215), whose B-side was a cover of Kokomo Arnold's "Milkcow Blues Boogie".
The song was recorded "November or December, 1954" with personnel:
- Elvis Presley - lead vocals, acoustic rhythm guitar
- Scotty Moore - lead guitar
- Bill Black - double bass
The single was reissued on RCA Victor records (47-6382). It is listed as 2:10 minutes long, with the publisher Hill & Range BMI. It was also later included on Elvis' seventh studio album, For LP Fans Only in 1959.
- Jorgensen, Ernst, Elvis Presley: A Life in Music, The Complete Recording Sessions, forward by Peter Guralnick, St. Martin’s Press, New York, 1998
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