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Chicago International Amphitheatre - Gene Smith and Elvis meet the press in the Saddle and Sirloin Club - Mar. 28, 1957 Photo courtesy David English

Chicago International Amphitheatre - Gene Smith and Elvis meet the press in the Saddle and Sirloin Club - Mar. 28, 1957 Photo courtesy David English

"I'm not trying to be sexy. It's just my way of expressing myself when I move around" - Elvis

"I'm not trying to be sexy. It's just my way of expressing myself when I move around" - Elvis

"Return To Sender" provides more evidence that Elvis could shine with a great pop tune, as easily as with a rocker. It's not just the famous saxophone line (apparently Bobby Keys, not Boots Randolph) that burns this tune into your head, but Elvis' infectiously bouncy vocals, and by the end, with Elvis and the sax trading off lines like a call-and-response routine, it's pretty much seared into your brain. "Girls, Girls, Girls!"

"Return To Sender" provides more evidence that Elvis could shine with a great pop tune, as easily as with a rocker. It's not just the famous saxophone line (apparently Bobby Keys, not Boots Randolph) that burns this tune into your head, but Elvis' infectiously bouncy vocals, and by the end, with Elvis and the sax trading off lines like a call-and-response routine, it's pretty much seared into your brain. "Girls, Girls, Girls!"

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