A Classic Education - 'Crawfish' (Elvis Presley cover) [Listen]
Bologne's indie-poppers, A Classic Education, have delved into the world of analogue with the first in a series of 7" releases from legendary Italian venue, Covo Club, by covering Elvis and Sam the Sham. A Classic Education take on Elvis and Kitty White’s 1958 duet, 'Crawfish' (best known as opening the film King Creole) as the A-side, and Sam the Sham's 'Li'l Red Riding Hood' on the reverse. You can listen to and download below.
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