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Old Shep. 1940. Words and Music by Clyde 'Red' Foley. Featured here, and recorded on RCA, by Elvis Presley. "Old Shep" is a song by Red Foley and Arthur Willis about a dog Foley owned as a child (in reality, the dog, poisoned by a neighbor, was a German shepherd named Hoover). Foley and Willis wrote the song in 1933. Foley first recorded the song in 1935, again in 1941 and yet again in 1946. The song, later recorded by many artists including Hank Snow and Elvis Presley, became a country…


Elvis Presley sings "Seeing Is Believing" from his 1972 gospel album He Touched Me. Red West: "I wrote Holly Leaves And Christmas Trees and the gospel song, Seeing Is Believing. He like singing those songs the most. Gospel music is rock and roll with a religious flair. At the top of the Hilton after the shows the Stamps would come up and he'd sing gospel songs with them all night until dawn. This was wind down time."

All Shook Up, a song by Elvis Presley on Spotify