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Sun Don't Shine; You're a Heartbreaker; Milkcow Blues Boogie; I'm Left You're Right; Baby Let's Play House; Long Tall Sally; First in Line; How Do You Think I Feel; How's the World Treating You; Love Me Tender; Let Me; Poor Boy; We're Gonna Movie; Peace in the Valley; It Is No Secret; Just Because; Tutti Fruitti; Blue Moon; I Believe; Take My Hand Precious Lord; Mean Woman Blues; Teddy Bear; Loving You; Hot Dog; Have I Told You Lately That I Love You; All Shook Up; That's When Your Heartache Begin; Any Way You Want Me; Lawdy, Miss Clawdy; Money Honey; One Sided Love Affair; Playing for Keeps; Too Much; etc. Albums: Elvis; Elvis Presley. Movies: Love Me Tender, 20th Century Fox, 1956; Loving You, Paramount, 1957; Jailhouse Rock, MGM, 1957; King Creole, Paramount, 1958. Honors and awards: Top in popularity, 1956, 7, and 8; 24 records sold over 1 million copies each. Ad­dress: Memphis, Tennessee.
Price, Ray Noble "The Cherokee Cowboy." b. 1/12/26, near Perryville, Texas, w. Betty B. Greb (Linda Powers); s. Clifton Ray, 2. Schools attended: Boude Storey Jr. High, Dallas, Texas, 1937-8; Adamson High Sch., Dallas, Texas, 1939-42; North Texas Agr. Coll., Arlington, Texas, 1946-9. Plays guitar. Entertainment experience: KRBC Hillbilly Circus, Abilene, Texas, 1948; KRLD Big D Jam­boree, Dallas, Texas, 1949-50; WSM Grand Ole Opry, Nashville, Tenn., 1952—; Jubilee, U.S.A., ABC-TV. Re­corded for Bullet and Columbia Records. Album: Ray Price Sings Heart Songs. Songs recorded: Invitation to the Blues; Crazy Arms, 1955; My Shoes Keep Walking Back to You; I've Got a New Heartache; City Lights; That's What It's Like to Be Lonesome; Heartaches by the Number; Same Old Me; Under Your Spell Again; One More Time; Who'll Be the First; Don't Let the Stars Get in Your Eyes; I'll Be There If You Ever Want Me; Talk to Your Heart; I Can't Go Home Like This; I Could Love You More; I Don't Want It on My Conscience; I Lost the Only Love I Knew; I Love You So Much I Let You Go; If You Don't, Somebody Else Will; I'll Be There; I'm Alone Because I Love You; Leave Her Alone; Much Too Young to Die; Oh Yes Darling; One Broken
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