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Solo Hammond Organ: Elvis Presley at the Roller Rink

John Ginty

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1.1
All Shook Up
John Ginty
2:14
1.2
Heartbreak Hotel
John Ginty
2:37
1.3
Viva Las Vegas
John Ginty
2:43
1.4
Suspicious Minds
John Ginty
4:39
1.5
I Got a Woman
John Ginty
2:37
1.6
Jailhouse Rock
John Ginty
2:21
1.7
Are You Lonesome Tonight
John Ginty
2:19
1.8
Hound Dog
John Ginty
1:35
1.9
Return to Sender
John Ginty
2:20
1.10
Don't Be Cruel
John Ginty
2:25
1.11
In the Ghetto
John Ginty
2:46
1.12
Burning Love
John Ginty
3:25
Total Playing Time    32:01
Grammy-nominated American organist John Ginty, a founding member of Robert Randolph and the Family Band, has also performed with Santana, Jewel and many others while continuing to blaze trails in his solo career. This album finds Ginty at the keyboard of the Hammond organ, reimagining some of Elvis Presley's biggest hits as heard at the roller skating rink.
192 kHz / 24-bit, 96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Solo Sounds Studio Masters

Tracks 1 - 12 – contains material which utilizes a limited amount of the available bandwidth

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