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Blue Suede Shoes Ukulele-Tabulaturen von Elvis Presley, Kostenlose uke Tabulaturen und Akkorde. Tablature / ChordsFont size: A- A A+. Sie wissen nicht. Twenty hits from the King in unplugged, pared-down arrangements – just the chords and lyrics. Includes: All Shook Up, Blue Suede Shoes, Can't Help Falling in. Blue Suede Shoes • Don't Be Cruel (To a Heart That's True) • In the Ghetto • It's Now or Never • Jailhouse Rock • Love Me Die Reihe: Guitar Chord Songbook. BS • Blue Suede Shoes - Elvis Presley | free guitar lesson from justinguitar.com. In this lesson assure you how to read chord diagrams easily. I'll even. A Big Hunk Of Love; All Shook Up; Are You Lonesome Tonight; Blue Suede Shoes; Burning Love; Crying In The Chapel; Don't Be Cruel; Heartbreak Hotel.
Elvis Presley: Elvis Presley 6x9 Guitar Chord Songbook. collection of 59 hits from The King with simply the lyrics and guitar chords. Blue Suede Shoes. Twenty hits from the King in unplugged, pared-down arrangements - just the chords and lyrics. Includes: All Shook Up * Blue Suede Shoes * Can't Help Falling. - Elvis Presley - Blue Suede Shoes '68, his come back tour to me this is Emma Roberts & Chord Overstreet prove they're back on at Coachella.
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Blue Moon - Elvis Presley. When Perkins played a dance on December 4, , he noticed a couple dancing near the stage. Between songs, he heard a stern, forceful voice say, "Uh-uh, don't step on my suedes!
That night Perkins began working on a song based on the incident. His first thought was to frame it with a nursery rhyme. He considered, and quickly discarded " Little Jack Horner After playing five chords while singing "Well, it's one for the money Two for the show Three to get ready Now go, man, go!
I recorded it on December 19",  for Sun Records. Perkins' recording of "Blue Suede Shoes" was released in early , as Sun Two copies of the song on rpm records were sent to Perkins but arrived broken.
He soon discovered that the song was available in the newer 7-inch microgrooved rpm format and was disappointed that he didn't have a copy in the older, more substantial rpm format.
In Jackson where Perkins lived and Memphis, radio stations were playing the flip side of the record, " Honey Don't ". In Cleveland, Ohio however, disc jockey Bill Randle was featuring "Blue Suede Shoes" prominently on his nightly show, and before January was over the Cleveland distributor of the record asked Phillips for an additional 25, copies.
On February 11, it was the number two single on Memphis charts; it was number one the next week and remained there for the next three months.
The Jamboree was broadcast from the Dallas Sportatorium , with about 4, seats, and it sold out for each of Perkins' performances.
Music shops in Dallas ordered a huge number of copies of the record,  and at one point it was selling at a rate of 20, copies per day. A Song Hits review of the song, published on February 18, stated that "Perkins has come up with some wax here that has hit the national retail chart in almost record time.
On March 17, Perkins became the first country artist to reach the number three spot on the rhythm and blues charts. Perkins was booked to appear on The Perry Como Show on NBC-TV on March 24, but on March 22 he and his band were involved in a serious automobile crash on the way to New York City, resulting in the death of a truck driver and the hospitalization of both Perkins and his brother.
Perkins never attained the stardom of Presley, who, according to Perkins, "had everything. He had the looks, the moves, the manager, and the talent.
And he didn't look like Mr. Ed , like a lot of us did, Elvis was hitting them with sideburns, flashy clothes, and no ring on the finger. I had three kids.
By mid-April, more than one million copies of "Shoes" had been sold,  earning Perkins a gold record. Perkins acquired the rights to the song, along with all of his other songs recorded for Sun Records, in Recording cover versions of songs was a common practice during the s and s, and "Blue Suede Shoes" was one of the first songs RCA Victor wanted its newly contracted artist, Elvis Presley, to record.
RCA Victor, with its superior distribution and radio contacts, knew it could probably steal a hit record from Phillips and Perkins.
Presley, who knew both Perkins and Phillips from his days at Sun Records , gave in to pressure from RCA, but he requested that the company hold back his version from release as a single.
Fontana on drums. According to Moore, when the song was recorded, "We just went in there and started playing, just winged it. Just followed however Elvis felt.
Well it's a one for the money, two for the show, A7 three to get ready now go, cat ,go, D A but don't you step on my blue suede shoes.
E D A You can do anything, but lay off of my blue suede shoes. Well you can knock me down, step in my face, slander my name all over the place, and do anything that you want to do.
But ah ah, honey, lay off of my shoes D A and don't you step on my blue suede shoes. Well you can burn my house, steal my car, drink my liquor from an old fruit jar, and do anything that you want to do.