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Elvis Presley’s musical legacy continues to captivate listeners worldwide, and “I Got Lucky” is a remarkable testament to his enduring influence. Released in October 1971 on the RCA Camden label, this compilation album stands as a noteworthy follow-up to “C’mon Everybody.” What sets “I Got Lucky” apart is its unique collection of tracks sourced from the soundtrack EPs of four films, previously unreleased on LP format. These songs not only showcase Elvis’s versatile vocal prowess but also offer a glimpse into the cinematic history that accompanied his illustrious career. Additionally, the album boasts a non-movie and non-LP track, adding an extra layer of excitement for fans and collectors alike. The musical journey that “I Got Lucky” embarks upon is one that encapsulates the essence of Elvis’s charm, charisma, and timeless artistry.
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