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In The Ghetto (Elvis Presley Cover) - The Cranberries - Go Your Own Way (CD)

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  1. "In the Ghetto" by Three 6 Mafia sampled Elvis Presley's "In the Ghetto". Listen to both songs on WhoSampled, the ultimate database of sampled music, cover songs and remixes.
  2. Elvis Presley: In The Ghetto (Outtake) - CD Single (Promo) Issued in by BMG EU to promote the title track in Europe. Recorded at RCA's STUDIO B. - Nashville (Jan 20th,).
  3. Dec 03,  · In The Ghetto as performed by the King Elvis. Music produced at Frida Park Studio Hannover. Big THANKS to Anca & Osssy! Video Peter Ladwig.
  4. The film That's The Way It Is starring Elvis Presley became another box office hit for the King. The 70's epic documentary captured Elvis's first concert tour in over a decade, as the brilliant soundtrack album recorded live in Las Vegas and in RCA Studios, Nashville, was also was a blockbuster filled with more winners than in a Las Vegas casino/5().
  5. Go Your Own Way () is a cover of Go Your Own Way by Fleetwood Mac () In the Ghetto () is a cover of In the Ghetto by Elvis Presley () Ave Maria (Live) () by The Cranberries and Luciano Pavarotti. is a cover of Ave Maria by Charles Gounod (
  6. In the Ghetto Lyrics: As the snow flies / On a cold and gray Chicago morning / A poor little baby child is born / In the ghetto / And his mama cries / Cause if there's one thing that she don't.
  7. This song is about poverty, describing a child who can't overcome his surroundings and turns to crime, which leads to his death. It was the first song Elvis recorded with a socially conscious message. He was reluctant to do it for that reason, but knew it would be a hit.
  8. This was the initial single from Elvis’ first Memphis recordings in fourteen years. However it came about (and convenience of location could not be ruled out), going back to Memphis to record was, as much as anything else, a conscious creative decision, and both sides of the single reflected the high aspirations that Elvis brought to the sessions.

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