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    Elvis Presley - A Collection of Four Acetate Records from Easy Come, Easy Go. (Paramount, 1967). A set of four 33 1/3 10" acetates featuring songs from the King's twenty-third film, 1967's Easy Come, Easy Go. Songs include "Easy Come, Easy Go", "Sing You Children", "The Love Machine", and "She's a Machine". All discs graded at NM 8 with a high gloss.

    PROVENANCE:
    From the Estate of Joseph J. Lilley, Musical Director at Paramount Studios from 1941 to 1970 who worked directly with Presley composing, arranging, and conducting sessions with the King as he recorded songs for his Paramount films; lot was consigned directy by Lilley's daughter.


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    February, 2016
    20th Saturday
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