Paul McCartney and John Lennon are among the artists featured on A Tribute To The King, an Elvis Presley covers collection due out October 22. Drawn from the EMI Records vaults, the 13-track album includes Lennon's in-concert rendition of "Hound Dog," McCartney's version of "All Shook Up," Roxy Music frontman Bryan Ferry's "Are You Lonesome Tonight?", and Canned Heat's boogiefied version of "That's All Right Mama."
The full A Tribute To The King tracklisting includes: "All Shook Up," Paul McCartney; "Blue Suede Shoes," Eddie Cochran; "Heartbreak Hotel," Willie Nelson & Leon Russell; "Are You Lonesome Tonight?", Bryan Ferry; "In The Ghetto," Candi Staton; "Jailhouse Rock," Jerry Lee Lewis; "That's All Right Mama," Canned Heat; "Don't Be Cruel" (live), the Smithereens & Otis Blackwell; "(Marie's The Name) His Latest Flame," Del Shannon; "Love Me Tender," Kenny Rogers; "(Now And Then There's) A Fool Such As I," Lou Rawls; "Suspicious Minds," Fine Young Cannibals; and "Hound Dog" (live), John Lennon.