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Elvis Presley recorded a version of “Stand by Me” in 1976, during a recording session in the Jungle Room at Graceland. The session produced the album “From Elvis Presley Boulevard, Memphis, Tennessee,” which was released in 1976. Elvis’s version of “Stand by Me” was included on the album as a bonus track on later reissues.
Elvis’s version of “Stand by Me” features a stripped-down arrangement, with just Elvis’s vocals and a guitar accompaniment. His version is slower and more mournful than the original, with Elvis’s powerful vocals adding an emotional depth to the song.
Although Elvis’s version of “Stand by Me” is not as well-known as Ben E. King’s original, it remains a powerful and moving interpretation of the song. Elvis’s unique voice and style bring a different perspective to the lyrics, and his version is a testament to his enduring talent as a performer.