Double Trouble (album)

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Double Trouble is the twenty-ninth album by Elvis Presley, and the soundtrack to the 1967 film of the same name. It was released on 1 June 1967.

Track listing

  1. 'Double Trouble' (Doc Pomus, Mort Shuman) - 1:37
  2. 'Baby, If You'll Give Me All of Your Love' (Joy Byers) - 1:47
  3. 'Could I Fall in Love' (Randy Starr) - 1:42
  4. 'Long Legged Girl (With the Short Dress On)' (J. Leslie McFarland, Winfield Scott) - 1:27
  5. 'City by Night' (Bill Giant, Bernie Baum, Florence Kaye) - 3:03
  6. 'Old MacDonald' (Randy Starr) - 2:04
  7. 'I Love Only One Girl' (Sid Tepper, Roy C. Bennett) - 1:52
  8. 'There Is So Much World to See' (Sid Wayne, Ben Weisman) - 1:55
  9. 'It Won't Be Long' (Sid Wayne, Ben Weisman) - 1:45
  10. 'Never Ending' (Buddy Kaye, Phil Springer) - 1:58
  11. 'Blue River' (Paul Evans, Fred Tobias) - 2:10
  12. 'What Now, What Next, Where To' (Don Robertson, Hal Blair) - 1:55

Credits

  • Elvis Presley − vocals
  • Scotty Moore − electric guitar
  • Mike Deasy − electric guitar ('City by Night')
  • Tiny Timbrell − acoustic guitar
  • Pete Drake − pedal steel guitar
  • Bob Moore − double bass
  • Jerry Scheff − bass guitar ('City by Night')
  • Floyd Cramer − piano
  • Charlie McCoy − harmonica
  • Boots Randolph − saxophone
  • Butch Parker − saxophone ('City by Night')
  • Mike Henderson − saxophone ('City by Night')
  • Richard Noel − trombone
  • D. J. Fontana − drums
  • Buddy Harman − drums
  • Toxey Sewell − drums ('City by Night')
  • The Jordanaires − backing vocals