French Elvis


And you thought that Elvis Sings For Children (and Grownups Too) was bad! The date indicated on this stereo EP (RCA CF513) is 1976. The set is clearly aimed at French children, the record being marked Disque Enfant, and the inside of the "book" containing several childish wintry illustrations. The makers clearly had a high opinion of the average French child's linguistic capabilities, though, accompanying the illustrations by the lyrics to the four tracks which make up the EP: White Christmas, Silent Night, Blue Christmas, and I Believe (which has nothing to do with Christmas, of course!).


© David Neale 2012