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That track was completely overshadowed by its coupling, an R&B tune based on a country hit by Eddy Arnold, and fuelled by imagery that had passed down the blues tradition for generations. Elvis launched the track with an almost inhuman series of whoops and hollers, before slicing through the lyrics with a confidence that defined the concept of “machismo”. Mean, threatening, half sung and half sneered, ‘Baby Let’s Play House’ encapsulated everything that was dark and enticing about the young Elvis Presley.
Soon they will be no more, redundant because most new consumers won’t want to buy them as tangible entities anyway. But for now, here’s 25 of the best ever made. Chris Charlesworth, 2008. ELVIS PRESLEY The Sun Years 1954/5 By Peter Doggett AT 706 UNION Avenue, Memphis, Tennessee, stands Sun Studios — the birthplace of the most important collection of rock’n’roll tracks ever recorded. Between 1954 and 1960, Sun’s owner, Sam Phillips, produced pioneering rockabilly, blues, country and pop sides by artists such as Carl Perkins, Jerry Lee Lewis, Johnny Cash, Charlie Rich — and Elvis Presley.
Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds The minor furore over the meaning of ‘Friends’ had nothing on the frenzied response to this piece of whimsy from the pen of John Lennon. “I was consciously writing poetry,” he admitted, shifting blame for the line about “newspaper taxis” to his nominal co-writer. But the Alice In Wonderland style imagery, supposedly inspired by a drawing John’s son Julian had brought home from nursery school, was widely believed to be a description of an acid trip. As soon as someone noticed the initials of the song’s title (LSD), that seemed to clinch the story — except that Lennon continued to deny it until his dying day.
25 Albums That Rocked The World by Geoff Brown, David Buckley, Chris Charlesworth, Andrew Doe, Peter Doggett, Tony Fletcher