Doc Pomus and Mort Shuman's song "Little Sister" was first performed and recorded by none other than the great Elvis Presley, in 1961, but I actually prefer Ry Cooder's incredible 1979 version off his Bop Till You Drop album. A little known fact about this album is that it was the first digitally recorded album released on a major label, recorded on a 32-track machine built by 3M. The musicianship on the album is amazing, and the "Little Sister" recording is one of rock music's bounciest, funkiest, coolest ever. A true classic!
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