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"That's All Right" is the name of the first single released by Elvis Presley, written and originally performed by blues singer Arthur Crudup as "That's All Right, Mama". Elvis' version was recorded in July 1954, and released on 19 July 1954 with "Blue Moon of Kentucky" as the B-side.

Johnny Cash & Bob Dylan performed the song during Dylan's sessions for Nashville Skyline; it appears on bootlegs of this joint session.

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  • Avatar for HayleighRayment
    Uuuia means that the American hairy men sang chasing a good boy not a haft itchy hedge funds and the control of the babies and I want to be in mercury into her body
  • Avatar for HayleighRayment
    Don't call coax mama she's not the man who played a good boy who needs to teach them to do that the American Samoa
  • Avatar for JJMPB
    o yea thats alright
  • Avatar for JJMPB
    great version
  • Avatar for supermediadave
    Great duet.
  • Avatar for imaginaryangie
    Such a musical odd couple, but I sure love it! Their styles are so different, but this really works.
  • Avatar for LarryK12
    YES!!!
  • Avatar for alluneedizlove
    ANYWAY YOUDO~
  • Avatar for blindmanstumble
    It's the Led zeplin of Johnny Cash radio. On clasic rock radio, they play way too much zeplin
  • Avatar for Huffstuff420
    This song does come up a lot.

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