Spinout or Spin Out may refer to: Corporate spin-off, also known as a spin-out, type of corporate action where a company "splits off" a section as a separate business. Spinout (driving), failure when braking. Spinout (film), a 1966 film starring Elvis Presley. Spinout (album), a 1966 album by Elvis Presley, a soundtrack to the movie Spinout. Spinout" (song), a 1966 song by Elvis Presley from the movie Spinout. Spinout (video game), 2008. Spin Out (film), a 2016 Australian film.
The Spinout sessions still adhered to the same formula of the past four years Nine songs were recorded for the soundtrack, all of which appeared in the film Most of the songs derived from the standard pool of songwriters, their publishing rights signed over to Elvis Presley Music and Gladys Music, the companies owned by Elvis and the Colonel One song "Stop, Look
Elvis Presley : Spinout. Rock'n'Roll, USA (1966 - RCA Victor) Mehr Infos. When her motor's warm, and she's purrin' sweet Buddy let me warn ya', you're on a one-way street She'll crowd ya' close, spin your wheels Then you're gonna know how it feels To spinout, yeah spinout. Better watch those curves, never let her steer If she can shake your nerves, boy Then she can strip your gears She'll get your high and goin' fast Then she'll let you run out of gas So spinout, yeah spinout. A road to love is full of, danger signs Too many guys were lost who crossed those double lines
Costello & the Imposters are in high spirits, jumping out of the gate with I Hope You’re Happy Now - a tune whose 1986 vintage dates from the original Spinning Songwheel tour, legendary among Costello fanatics for its loose, unpredictable nature - then tearing into Nick Lowe’s Heart of the City, one of two unexpected covers here (the other being. the Rolling Stones’ Out of Time ).
Redirected from Spinout (album)). Spinout is the fourteenth soundtrack album by American singer and musician Elvis Presley, released by RCA Victor in mono and stereo, LPM/LSP 3702, on October 31, 1966. It is the soundtrack to the 1966 film of the same name starring Presley. It peaked at number 18 on the Top Pop Albums chart.
Although there's a pleasing sweetness to a rendition of Don Ho's "I'll Remember You," "Tomorrow Is a Long Time" and "Down in the Alley" are Spinout's unabashed highlights, the tracks that transcend their soundtrack origins, but the LP does deliver some relative pleasures.