I adore the G.I. Blues soundtrack. Sure, it's fluffy, but it's also a lot of fun. It's one of my most-played Elvis albums, which means that it's also one of my most-played albums, period! Tonight Is So Right For Love is a beautiful song, although the alternate take on Platinum has a bit more verve to it than the final master. I also enjoy the movie version quite a bit - for once, the extra overdubs fit in well and actually add to the song. I never made the connection between this and It's Now Or Never, but it does make sense, what with the soaring "a midsummer night's dream" part and all. What's She Really Like? is my favourite pure pop song on the album. It's extremely catchy, and Elvis really seems to be getting into it (thank goodness they changed the key and tempo; those early takes drag on and are painful to listen to). The movie version of this one is terrible, but at least it inspired the hilarious make-believe "Shower Sessions" album that was "advertised" on the back cover of Elvis' Greatest ****.