This is another example of some of the Elvis material not yet heard by people. Sometimes just a small change makes all the difference.
Long before Andy Kaufman became famous as Latka on the TV Show “Taxi” and his Stand-Up Comedy routines, he was a longtime Elvis fan. The story goes that when Andy was around 20 in 1970 [Read More]
ELVIS The New Recordings really is like hearing a NEW release by Elvis. They have added new background music and managed to create a brand new sound. Once you listen to the tracks you can [Read More]
People who met Elvis were always taken back by his ability to make them comfortable by showing an interest in them. Joe Namath talks here about how nice Elvis treated his Dad when Joe took [Read More]
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Here is possibly the single best Elvis dance scene ever from Jailhouse Rock 1957 – no one else could have done this number.
Here’s Elvis in a scene from Blue Hawaii 1961.
Elvis never had much confidence in his ability to dance, but he really had nothing to worry about. In this scene from “Loving You” 1957 he shows what comes naturally.
Some of Elvis’s very best work was on Country Ballads like this haunting version of “For The Good Times”.
In 1963’s “It Happened At The Worlds Fair”, 10 year old Kurt Russell met Elvis doing a small part in the movie. A few years later at the age of 27, Kurt portrayed Elvis in [Read More]
When I was in the Marine Corps in 1966-1967, I played Elvis in the barracks. But a few bunks over you could hear the sounds of Mr. James Brown. My friends told me that James [Read More]