For 50 years I have been listening to, buying and searching into the music of Elvis Presley. If you have a question relating to any song that Elvis recorded (officially, unofficially or privately), then I guarantee to give you an answer. Likewise with his movies. Questions relating to Elvis' private life I prefer to leave to others.
Ex-cinema manager, film publicist, record merchandiser, and Elvis music lover since 1955.
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Hello Norman, Yes, that was me. I am the co-founder of the lyrics site International Lyrics Playground, and transcribe lyrics on a regular basis. You would be surprised at just how infrequent it
Hello Christine, You can hear and possibly download "Spelling On The Stone" at the following site.... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hft7-L0bTfk No one is absolutely certain which Elvis impersonator
Hello Dan, Elvis recorded "Stranger In My Own Hometown" at the American Sound Studio in Memphis on February 17, 1969 with producer Chips Moman. Backing him at this session were: Guitar: Reggie Young
Hello Kayla, Scotty Moore was lead guitar on all RCA studio sessions throughout 1956. Elvis also played guitar throughout the sessions, and Chet Atkins added a little extra weight during the January
Hello Stephane, Yes, that was the only recording of that song made. But it was not unusual for Elvis to do that. Right back in the very beginning, around 1954 he was singing songs like "Tweedle Dee"
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