The track made history with its structure and stands as one of the first songs to ever include a guitar solo.
Before Elvis released the song, it was written and recorded by American Blues singer Arthur “Big Boy” Crudup in 1946. The singer later released a version of the song called That’s All Right Mama.
Crudup later wrote the songs My Baby Left Me and So Glad You’re Mine, both of which were also recorded by Elvis during his career.
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He also doubled the speed of the song to give it the Elvis rock and roll feel he became known for.
Despite Crudup being credited as the composer on That’s All Right, he never received any royalties for the song.
The songwriter waged a legal battle into the 1970s and was eventually granted an out-of-court settlement of $ 60,000 in back royalties. This payment was allegedly never paid to the writer.
Although That’s All Right is one of Elvis’ most iconic songs, it does not appear in his top five most popular tracks of all time.
Spotify’s data revealed the most popular song being streamed from the King is Can’t Help Falling In Love.
The track was included on the Blue Hawaii album and was frequently used as Elvis’ final song during live gigs.
Blue Hawaii came second in the most popular Elvis albums, just being beaten by Elvis’ Golden Records compilation.
Also in the top five is From Elvis In Memphis, If I Can Dream: Elvis Presley with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra and The Wonder of You: Elvis Presley with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra.
The King has accumulated more than 4 billion streams worldwide on the service, with more than 450 million coming from the UK alone.