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Too Much (Elvis Presley song)

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"Too Much"
Single by Elvis Presley
B-side"Playing for Keeps"
ReleasedJanuary 4, 1957
Format45", 78"
RecordedSeptember 2, 1956, Radio Recorders, Hollywood, California
GenreRock and roll
LabelRCA Victor
Songwriter(s)Lee Rosenberg, Bernard Weinman
Elvis Presley singles chronology
"Love Me Tender"
"Too Much" / "Playing for Keeps"
"All Shook Up"
Music video
"Too Much" (audio) on YouTube

"Too Much" is a #1 song recorded in a hit version by Elvis Presley and published by Elvis Presley Music in 1956. It was written by Bernard Weinman and Lee Rosenberg.[1][2][3][4][5] It was first released in 1955 by Bernard Hardison on Republic Records. Elvis Presley recorded the song in September 1956 and first performed it on January 6, 1957 on CBS-TV's "The Ed Sullivan Show." Released as a single, Presley's "Too Much" reached number one on both the Cashbox and Billboard sales charts and went to number three on the R&B chart.[6] The single peaked at number two on the then-named Top 100 chart, the main Billboard pop chart.[7][8]

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Charts and certifications

Chart (1957) Peak
US Billboard Top 100 2
US Billboard Best Sellers in Stores 1
US Billboard Most Played by Jockeys 2
US Billboard Most Played in Jukeboxes 1
US Billboard Hot Country Singles 3
US Billboard Hot R&B Singles 3


  1. ^ Martin Hawkins (November 2006). A shot in the dark: making records in Nashville, 1945-1955. Vanderbilt University Press & Country Music Foundation Press.
  2. ^ Nielsen Business Media, Inc. (2 February 1957). Billboard. Nielsen Business Media, Inc. pp. 55–. ISSN 0006-2510.
  3. ^ Patrick Humphries (2 March 2003). Elvis The #1 Hits: The Secret History of the Classics. Andrews McMeel Publishing. pp. 36–. ISBN 978-0-7407-3803-6.
  4. ^ Randy Poe (1 January 2012). Stalking the Red Headed Stranger. Hal Leonard. pp. 230–. ISBN 978-1-4584-7151-2.
  5. ^ Fred Bronson (1985). The Billboard book of number one hits. Billboard Publications. ISBN 978-0-8230-7522-5.
  6. ^ Whitburn, Joel (2004). Top R&B/Hip-Hop Singles: 1942-2004. Record Research. p. 467.
  7. ^ Ken Burke, Dan Griffin - The Blue Moon Boys - 2006 - Page 97 "One notable exception was the song “Too Much.” Built around a teen catchphrase (“Aw, man, that's too much!”), it wasn't much of a tune, but Presley attacked it with the same obsessive dedication he applied to everything in those days."
  8. ^ Susan Doll Understanding Elvis: Southern Roots Vs. Star Image - 1998- Page 67 "One song, "Too Much," was not released until January 1957."

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