Tiger Man (album)

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Tiger Man
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ReleasedSeptember 15, 1998 (1998-09-15)
RecordedJune 27, 1968
Genre Rock and roll
Label RCA
Elvis Presley chronology
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Tiger Man is a compilation from American singer and musician Elvis Presley consisting of tracks from his second comeback concert in 1968.

Track listing

1."Heartbreak Hotel" Mae Boren Axton, Tommy Durden, Elvis Presley 4:42
2."Baby, What You Want Me to Do" Jimmy Reed 2:29
3."Introductions 8pm"̶̶2:50
4."That's All Right" Arthur "Big Boy" Crudup 3:41
5."Are You Lonesome Tonight?" Lou Handman, Roy Turk 3:50
6."Baby, What You Want Me to Do"Jimmy Reed3:30
7."Blue Suede Shoes" Carl Perkins 2:22
8."One Night" Dave Bartholomew, Pearl King, Anita Steiman3:18
9."Love Me" Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller 4:14
10."Tryin' to Get to You" Rose Marie McCoy, Charles Singleton 3:03
11."Lawdy Miss Clawdy" Lloyd Price 2:54
12."Santa Claus Is Back in Town"Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller1:20
13."Blue Christmas"Bill Hayes, Jay Johnson4:02
14."Tiger Man"Lewis Burns, Al Lewis, Joe Hill Louis 3:11
15."When My Blue Moon Turns to Gold Again"Gene Sullivan, Wiley Walker1:17
16."Memories" Mac Davis, Billy Strange 3:20

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