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Turn back the clock with this Elvis Presley Love me Tender 45 record clock. This items is made using a recycled 45 record. The numbers are raised and gold tone. The hands are painted metal. This clock runs on one AA battery. The condition of this item is considered Very Good to Perfect, with one minor scratch and a perfect label that shows no wear at all.

This clock will come assembled and ready to use once you put the battery in. You can use this clock as a wall clock with the built in bracket. Or use it as a desk or mantel clock. Either way it will certainly bring back the memories of this worldwide hit song.

Buy this clock today, and in a very short time frame you will be enjoying keeping time from a classic record from the King, Elvis Presley.

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"Love Me Tender" is a song recorded by Elvis Presley and published by Elvis Presley Music, adapted from the tune of "Aura Lee" (or "Aura Lea"), a sentimental Civil War ballad.

Elvis Presley performed "Love Me Tender" on The Ed Sullivan Show on September 9, 1956, shortly before the single's release and about a month before the movie, Love Me Tender, was released, for which the song was originally recorded. On the following day, RCA received 1 million advance orders, making it a gold record before it was even released. The studio, 20th Century Fox, originally wanted to call the movie The Reno Brothers but instead re-titled it Love Me Tender to capitalize on the song's popularity.

The song hit #1 on the Billboard charts the week ending November 3, 1956, remaining in the position for 5 weeks and reached no. 11 on the charts in the UK. "Love Me Tender" also reached number three for three weeks on the R&B chart. It was also an achievement as "Love Me Tender" succeeded another Presley single, "Hound Dog/Don't Be Cruel" at #1. This occurrence marked two important events in Billboard history. During this time, Elvis accomplished another record at the time; the longest consecutive stay at number one by a single artist.

45 Record Clock Elvis Presley Love me Tender Recycled Vinyl Music Collectible


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