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It could have been because he was expected to sing about “Old Mac Donald” having a farm and going “E-I-E-I-O,” with the addition of embarrassing new lyrics about chicken fricassee, pork and beans, and burgers. Speedway (1968) During the Summer of Love, Elvis was recording these iffy songs for his third onscreen appearance as a race-car driver, and it became his lowest seller yet — it was also the last time he would release a full soundtrack album.
Even Presley’s worst soundtrack filler may get you there. Frankie and Johnny (1966) Elvis was so fed up with the soundtrack recording process at this point in his career that he threw a tantrum in the studio and had to record his vocals separately from the musicians.
This album was the painful result, a mix of new ones like the ultra-sexist “What Every Woman Lives For” and “Petunia, the Gardener’s Daughter,” and traditional songs with an ersatz Dixieland flavor for this movie’s story of a 19th-century riverboat gambler.
In any case, he had the privilege and the burden of a voice that sounded legit trying out everything from a quavery tenor to a hubristic baritone, unafraid of operatic grandeur or gruffness or languor, with vibrato and falsetto and commitment, traces of which are present even when one can hear the poor guy itching to get out of the studio and back to his Graceland.
The received wisdom regarding his albums — which prizes the Sun Sessions (which, had this ranking included compilation albums featuring no new or previously unreleased material, would’ve been a strong contender for the top-spot), Elvis’s first records for RCA, and his ’68 “comeback” recordings — overlooks some worthy stuff within the often indistinguishable heap making up the rest of his corpus.