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March of Dimes

1.8 / 5

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Recordingdate: 1957, first released on: Easter Special (album)


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JerryNodak wrote on August 05, 2013
Would have been a good song title for the G.I. Blues soundtrack back in the day.
In-A-Flash wrote on August 05, 2013
It is very popular song and think it is missing, amongst others captured on the FTD releases 'All shook up' and 'Live in Las Vegas'. Of course this 'March of Dimes' is another great recording from a fantastic Elvis year.
NONE000000 wrote on August 06, 2013
I believe the melody for this one was based upon "March of the Tin Soldiers" from The Nutcracker Suite, composed by Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky. Unless I am mistaken and it is one of John Philip Sousa's marches. Either way: 5 Stars!
DerekH wrote on May 07, 2014
Can't bring myself to submit even 1 star. I usually get the cd out and play sotd. Can't today sorry to say.
trudygillenwater wrote on February 24, 2015
Could have been great if recorded properly.
Jim Davidson wrote on December 10, 2015
I did not realize that I had this obscure song on an FTD CD.
Cruiser621 wrote on November 18, 2020
Are you people running "Elvis News" for real? This is an advertisement of sorts for the March of Dimes requesting donations just before the start of "It Is No Secret (Take 12)" found on the FTD CD "Elvis Easter Special" released back in 2001. It's all of 24 seconds long according to my FTD CD, recorded back in 1957. Time to get a life folks; this is absolutely ridiculous!
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