(2011/JAT) 7inch 45rpm Single with Picture Sleeve (Elvis, Scotty & Bill Interview to the Arkansas Shows with Charlene Arthur and Johnny Cash, by Bob Neal.(5:28) plus a 12 page repro of the original RCA Victor Souvenir Photo Album (21.5 x 28.5 cm). - In 1955, to promote Elvis´ performance in Texarkana, Arkansas, at the Arkansas Municipal Auditorium, an interview was conducted by Elvis´ then manager, Bob Neal. It featured Elvis, Scotty Moore and Bill Black. This is one of the earliest known Elvis Presley interviews recorded, in Memphis, Tennessee. JAT Records, through a special arrangement with Memphis Flash Records, has obtained the original, vintage vinyl interview record and label, complete with a special two-sided Elvis Presley Picture Sleeve, but that´s not all. - In 1956, the year Elvis changed the world forever, Colonel Parker produced the first 100% Elvis tour book, that accompanied Elvis on his concert stops. This nostalgic book included stories and photos of Elvis rockin´, Elvis with his parents, and much more. Now, for the first time ever, with the purchase of the reproduced vintage vinyl interview record, you will receive a stunning reproduction of the legendary Elvis (Mr. Dynamite) tour book, absolutely free. - 1956 Mr. Dynamite Program Reproduction - a beauty!
(2013/RCA) 17 Tracks (54:30) 12 Seiten Booklet. Zum 40. Jahrestag von Elvis’ legendären Studio Sessions in seiner Heimatstadt erscheint ´Elvis At Stax´. Die sechs Stax-Singles erreichten allesamt von 1973 bis 1975 die Top 40 der Charts. Für viele Fachleute zählt die Stax-Episode zu einer der wichtigsten im Lebenswerk von Elvis Presley. 1973 war eines der wichtigsten Jahre in Elvis Presleys Karriere. Nach 12-jähriger Bühnenpause war er nun seit einem Jahr wieder zurück im Live-Business. Mit ´Live At Madison Square Garden´ und ´Aloha From Hawai´« hatte er ein neues, spannendes Kapitel seiner Karriere eröffnet. In den Stax Studios hatten die Karrieren von Superstars wie Otis Redding, Wilson Pickett, Sam & Dave, Booker T. and The MGs oder Isaac Hayes begonnen. ´Bisher gab es diese Songs nie als Einheit, sondern nur über drei LPs verteilt und mit Material aus Nashville und Hollywood verwässert - top, dass dieses teils hochkarätige Material jetzt gebündelt wurde!´ (Audio, November 2013)
(2005/Sony-BMG) 3 tracks, recorded in Nashville, Hollywood and Memphis - papersleeve. - Now hard to find Sampler to promote the Book ,DVD and CD release of ´ Elvis By The Presleys´
(2005/RCA) 34 tracks (5 unreleased) 1954-1977. Companion CD To The Multimedia Event Of 2005 (Book/CD&DVD release) features Elvis classics and family favorites + Bonus CD with outtakes and previously unreleased material. 24-page booklet with rare, never-before-seen family photos and detailed track commentary.
(2006/JAT) 23x26 cm, color & b/w, 112 Seiten, Fotobuch (Broschur) auf hochwertigem Papier inkl. CD mit Radio Jingles und Interviews zum Film. Enthält Fotos der aus dem Film gestrichenen, damals nicht jugendfreien Szenen. Mittlerweile sehr seltenes Elvis Presley Sammlerstück! Neuware (Bear Family Records) The Making of CHARRO! and Selected Interviews By Bill Bram Filming for Charro! commenced on July 22 and was completed on August 28, 1968. Exteriors were shot at the Apacheland Movie Ranch1 in Apache Junction, AZ. Interior sequences, such as the sheriff´s office, the saloon and bedroom scenes, were filmed at what was then known as United Artists Studios.2 This was the third and last film Elvis would do at this Hollywood studio. The other two films he shot here were: Kid Galahad and Frankie and Johnny. While in Arizona the cast and crew stayed at the Superstition Inn. Elvis, his father Vemon, and the rest of his cronies stayed on the second floor. Colonel Parker, stayed in the hotel as well - at least for part of the filming. The director and writer, Charles Marquis Warren, watched dailies at the hotel, probably in one of the convention halls. Fans would hang out at the hotel in hopes of getting a glimpse of Elvis. Towards the end of location work, Elvis held an impromptu concert in the hotel bar for the movie company. He reportedly sang for well over an hour. In addition, when filming wrapped at the studio, a wrap party was held - and again Elvis performed, probably on one of the sets for the film. Charles Marquis Warren thought, after he had first heard Elvis sing in the fifties, that ´´he was a negro . . . the bits and pieces I heard him sing, he sounded like one.´´ When National General, the movie company that financed the picture, told Warren that Elvis had read his script, liked it and wanted to play the lead role, Warren was aghast. The people at National General urged Warren to, ´´Just meet him, maybe you´ll change your mind.´´ They were right. Elvis and Warren met, for the first time, at a restaurant next to United Artists Studios called The Formosa. To quote Warren, ´´I liked him a lot . . . we didn´t fall in love. He wanted to hear what I had to say. I wanted to hear what he had to say.´´ After lunch Warren took Elvis to Western Costume Company to try on some cowboy clothes. Warren picked out ´´a bunch of crummy clothes . . . a worn out shirt and pants, scuffed boots and a beaten up hat.´´ Elvis looked in the four way mirror and said in his typical modest way, ´´I like it, it it´s all right with you.´´ Warren thought Elvis looked great. Warren decided to put a beard on Elvis, to make him look more like a tough Western hero, but Elvis´s new look didn´t quite work; to quote Warren, ´´he looked like Jesus Christ.´´...
Little Book of Elvis Presley:In the Movies Timothy Knight
1994 Paperback, 120 Seiten, 14,2 x 12,5 x 0,7 cm, CD BookSTART Your CD Books Collection Now! Colourful, compact and endlessly informative, this original series of CD-format books covers the hottest, most happening areas of entertainment, from rock stars a
1994 Paperback, 120 Seiten, 14,2 x 12,5 x 0,7 cm, CD Book START YOUR CD BOOKS COLLECTION NOW! Colourful, compact and endlessly informative, this original series of CD-format books covers the hottest, most happening areas of entertainment, from rock stars and movie icons to the latest computer games. ´Before Elvis there was nothing,´ proclaimed John Lennon. Indeed, Elvis Aaron Presley rose from humble beginnings to become the embodiment of the rock ´n´ roll generation - the undisputed King. This book traces the life and career of the country boy who loved to rock, from his early recordings of classics like All Shook Up and Jailhouse Rock to fame on celluloid and the pampered lifestyle and gruelling tours which led eventually to his sad decline. Fully illustrated in colour Complete chronology to date Discography, and chart placings Collectable ´CD size´ format This is a Carlton Book
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