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Watch How Elvis used only the movements of his body to direct the entire orchestra – an absolutely remarkable

“Patch It Up” is a rock and roll song recorded by Elvis Presley in 1970 during his recording sessions at RCA Studios in Nashville. The song was written by Eddie Rabbitt and Rory Bourke, two well-known songwriters who were popular in Nashville at the time.

The song features Elvis’ signature vocals, which are powerful and passionate. The lyrics of the song are about a rocky relationship that is on the brink of falling apart. The narrator pleads with the other person in the relationship to “patch it up” and work things out. The lyrics are emotional and convey the intensity of the situation.

The song begins with a driving guitar riff that sets the tone for the entire track. The rhythm section kicks in with a catchy beat, and the horn section adds a jazzy flair to the song. The backing vocals are a highlight of the track, adding depth and texture to the sound. The musicianship is top-notch, and the song has a full and rich sound that is unmistakably Elvis.

“Patch It Up” was released as a single in 1970, and it charted in several countries. The song was also included on Elvis’ album “That’s the Way It Is,” which was released later that same year. The album was a critical and commercial success and is considered one of Elvis’ best works.

Elvis’ performance of “Patch It Up” is a testament to his enduring appeal as a musician. The song showcases his unique blend of rock and roll, soul, and country music, and his powerful vocals and magnetic stage presence make it an unforgettable performance. Even today, over fifty years after its initial release, “Patch It Up” remains a fan favorite and a testament to the King’s lasting legacy in the music world.

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