And everything I do will be funky from now on....
Elvis In Memphis. Elvis at his absolute best.Stranger In My Own Home townPower Of My LoveOnly The Strong SurviveWearin' That Loved On LookTrue Love Travels On A Gravel Road
Magic.Magic.Magic. He was absolutely on fire at this time (and in the early Vegas period)Have you seen this unscripted outtake from the 68 Special - While the offstage boffins were making technical tweaks between takes, Elvis asks for his guitar, kicks off the riff for 'Baby What You Want Me To Do' and the orchestra jump in and start jamming.It's well worth grabbing the 4 DVD set from the 68 show if you see it.
you're cooking tonight sweetpea - my faves still that's the way it is but this is by far the brilliantest studio lp. mighty fine. i've got all must go back to gracelands nowx
come to think of it elvis now is pretty darned fab toox
Have you heard the original mixes on Elvis In Memphis/Back In Memphis albums - they're a bit dry and pan hard left/right with vox in the middle.The the original versions were given a make over and 'contemporised' for the Memphis Album CD, and all the better for it too.
I love the 68 special. While my dad loved 60s soul and things like the Stones and The Kinks, my mum was an Elvis and country fan so I grew up with Mr P. Every time the 68 special was shown on TV we had to watch!
The copy I've got was an RCA version on cd from the late 80s called The Memphis Record; it's got the extra tracks that weren't on the original release. Different running order too. Damn good though!
That's the one Simon - it's a comp oftracks from Elvis In Memphis/Back In Memphis given some tweakageTwo other must have are Elvis Country - don't be put off by the title it's just good as the Memphis CD and Essential Elvis Vol.4: a Hundred Years from Now which are undubbed studio masters with between song banter and a great studio jam
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