Elvis Presley, Janis Martin - Elvis Presley / Janis Martin album download
|A1||–Elvis Presley||Long Tall Sally|
|A2||–Elvis Presley||Ready Teddy|
|A3||–Elvis Presley||Rip It Up|
|A4||–Elvis Presley||Tutti Frutti|
|A5||–Elvis Presley||I Got A Woman|
|B1||–Janis Martin||My Boy Elvis|
|B2||–Janis Martin||Drugstore Rock 'N' Roll|
|B3||–Janis Martin||Will You Willyum|
|B4||–Janis Martin||Billy Boy, Billy Boy|
|B5||–Janis Martin||All Right Baby|
|B6||–Janis Martin||Love And Kisses|
Janis Darlene Martin (March 27, 1940 – September 3, 2007) was an American rockabilly and country music singer. She was one of the few women working in the male-dominated rock and roll music field during the 1950s and one of country music's early female innovators. Martin was nicknamed the Female Elvis for her dance moves on stage, similar to those of Elvis Presley.
She was nicknamed The Female Elvis, for her impressive dance moves she did on stage, similar to that of Elvis Presley. In 1953 at the tender age of 13 Janis Martin was developing her own proto-rockabilly style on WRVA's Old Dominion Barn Dance, which broadcast out of Richmond, VA. Although Martin performed mostly "country" songs for the show, she also did songs by Rhythm and blues singers Ruth Brown and LaVern Baker, as well as a few Dinah Washington songs. At age 15, Martin was signed with RCA only two months after Elvis Presley signed with the label
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When Elvis Presley was introduced to Dean Martin hesaid, 'They call me the King of Rock n Roll, but you Mr Martin are the King of Cool. Dean Martin and Elvis Presley were in tune with one another (excuse the pun) but Dean Martin (born Dino Paul Crocetti; June 7, 1917 – December 25, 1995) was a generation removed from Elvis yet his musical influences reached far and wide. Like Elvis, Martin could not read music and never took a sing lesson – yet both were to become musical icon for their generation. An even more compelling evidence of Dean Martin’s influence on Elvis reached even further back was when Presley recorded Dean Martin’s 1950 ditty, ‘I Don’t Care If The Sun Don’t Shine’ in 1955.
Elvis Aaron Presleya (January 8, 1935 – August 16, 1977) was one of the most popular American singers of the 20th century. A cultural icon, he is widely known by the single name Elvis. He is often referred to as the "King of Rock and Roll" or simply "the King".