Elvis Presley in King Creole 1959.

Elvis Presley in King Creole 1959.

Elvis singing (You're So Square) )"Baby I Don't Care" in his 3rd movie "Jailhouse Rock", 1957 Listen to him on: http://youtu.be/IaxswIzQJQQ

Elvis singing (You're So Square) )"Baby I Don't Care" in his 3rd movie "Jailhouse Rock", 1957 Listen to him on: http://youtu.be/IaxswIzQJQQ

King Creole [DVD] [English] [1958]

King Creole [DVD] [English] [1958]

Elvis Presley in the studio recording for “King Creole” in 1958. Pinned from: https://www.facebook.com/elvis?fref=photo

Elvis Presley in the studio recording for “King Creole” in 1958. Pinned from: https://www.facebook.com/elvis?fref=photo

Elvis having a laugh during a break between scenes in 'King Creole'

Elvis having a laugh during a break between scenes in 'King Creole'

Elvis Presley - Trouble (Film King Creole)

Elvis Presley - Trouble (Film King Creole)

Elvis photographed for “King Creole”, 1958.  If ur lookin for trouble , then you came to the right place.....

Elvis photographed for “King Creole”, 1958. If ur lookin for trouble , then you came to the right place.....

Elvis and Carolyn Jones

Elvis and Carolyn Jones

Elvis signing autographs on location King Creole. 2/3/5 or thursday 6th of January 1958

Elvis signing autographs on location King Creole. 2/3/5 or thursday 6th of January 1958

King Creole is the sixth album by Elvis Presley, issued by RCA Victor, LPM 1884 in mono in September 1958,[4] recorded in four days at Radio Recorders in Hollywood. It contains songs written and recorded expressly for the film, and peaked at number two on the Billboard Top Pop Albums chart.[5] It followed the film release by over ten weeks. It was certified Gold on July 15, 1999 by the Recording Industry Association of America.[6]

King Creole is the sixth album by Elvis Presley, issued by RCA Victor, LPM 1884 in mono in September 1958,[4] recorded in four days at Radio Recorders in Hollywood. It contains songs written and recorded expressly for the film, and peaked at number two on the Billboard Top Pop Albums chart.[5] It followed the film release by over ten weeks. It was certified Gold on July 15, 1999 by the Recording Industry Association of America.[6]

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