My Baby Left My In Guinness Book Of RecordsDecember 11, 2007 | Music
The writers of the Guinness Book of World Records informed Joseph Pirzada that the UK based Memphis Recording Service CD Single release of "My Baby Left Me", released August 2007 only through HMV Stores is to enter into the 2009 Edition of Guinness Book of World Records. It took nearly 52 years from the time it was recorded, to be a hit. This is the longest time it took for a track to become a hit. The MRS single release of "My Baby Left Me" entered the UK Top 40 chart at #19 and has since sold over 20,000 copiesSource:For CD Collectors Only
Sean Ryan wrote on December 11, 2007
The Guinness Book Of Records has never been kind to Elvis for over 20 years.Check it out, see how many times they mention Elvis, hardly any.Not worth the paper its printed on.It was them that gave an award to Michael Jackson for being 'Artist Of The Century'.What a joke!!!
ext_mnx wrote on December 11, 2007
Do you see that Mr. Elvis Presley is a winner?.... ;P
Natha wrote on December 12, 2007
What a joke. For a man of ELVIS' stature to be discarded like he is, shows the doubious character of the book. Their lack of acknowledgement is on its own already a record to be registered by them! So I would not give a guinea for this book. Hey, maybe that's a record too?
Sean Ryan wrote on December 12, 2007
Think of all the chart records Elvis holds then see how many times Elvis gets mentioned in the book!!! Hardly any.
Jumpin Jehosaphat wrote on December 13, 2007
Wearin' Blue Stones..