Category: Jazz

A Little Less Conversation (JXL Single Version) - Elvis* - The King (CD)


  1. Version: Length: Title: Label Number: Format Medium: Date: Radio Edit: A Little Less Conversation: RCA Single CD-Single:
  2. ELV1S: 30 #1 Hits is a greatest hits collection of songs by American rock and roll singer Elvis pleasirluxingberscakosnamofarmcornli.xyzinfo was released by RCA Records on September 24, It is the first Elvis Presley album to feature the remix of "A Little Less Conversation" by JXL that was released earlier in the year and reached No. 1 in the UK and Australia.. When released, ELV1S: 30 #1 Hits was an instant success.
  3. "A Little Less Conversation" was their choice of song and the alternate version Elvis recorded in June was used. For the commercial Dutch producer/dee-jay JXL was engaged to produce a remix, the first Elvis remix ever authorized by the record company and EPE. The Nike promos started airing and the ALLC remix caught fire.
  4. "A Little Less Conversation" reportedly peaked at No. 69 when it first hit the charts in This new version was created by Dutch d.j. JXL for Nike's World Cup ad campaign. So? BIG DEAL: it brought Elvis into the 21st century. This CD contains the radio edit remix PLUS the extended (twice as long) remix (my favorite).
  5. More re-runs of 'Live A Little Love A Little' Conclusion Overall this release is a good promotion of Elvis in the 25th anniversary year and it has put Elvis in the spotlight all over the world. We gave you a lot of reasons to like of dislike this version of "A Little Less Conversation", so make up your mind yourself.
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  7. Sep 21,  · "A Little Less Conversation" is a song written by Mac Davis and Billy Strange originally performed by Elvis Presley for the film "Live a Little, Love a Little". The song became a hit in the.
  8. Apr 27,  · This was an interesting single back in , the mix being very much big beat. JXL's inclusion of Elvis' music was sure to score him a hit, but I can't help but not like this song, as its not really cool - the vocals are annoying, and the sound is too commercial, though nice for Nike ads/5(75).