Elvis Presley 'Mean Woman Blues' From The Film "Loving You (1957)
A classic performance by Elvis Presley of the song 'Mean Woman Blues' - from the film 'Loving You (1957).'
"Mean Woman Blues" is a rock and roll song written by Claude Demetrius.
Elvis Presley recorded it for the soundtrack of the 1957 film, "Loving You" - a 1957 musical drama film directed by
Hal Kanter and starring Elvis Presley, Lizabeth Scott, and Wendell Corey.
The movie was Presley's first major starring role, following his debut in a supporting role in the 1956 film Love Me Tender.
The film follows a delivery man who is discovered by a music publicist and a country–western musician who wants to promote the talented newcomer.
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