A Legendary Performer - Talking & More I

Due for release next week is a "talking and more" CD in the "Legendary Performer" series. This CD, probably from Dutch origin, features 18 tracks.
  1. Elvis At NBC (Steve binder, Alan Blye and Chris Beard talking with Elvis about the live segment for the NBC TV Special)
  2. Elvis As The One Called Charro! (radio movie spots)
  3. Elvis In Texas (interview, Odessa, Texas, 1960)
  4. Back On Stage (Las Vegas show excerpts, 1969)
  5. The Sweet Inspirations (show excerpts, 1974-1977)
  6. Strung Out - Remix (remix of Elvis telling the audience that he is absolutely pissed of by the head-lines and stories from the tabloid press)
  7. The Elvis Hour Ed Parker (radio program)
  8. 'The Exorcist' Girl (recorded on tour)
  9. High School Interview (1956)
  10. To Whom It May Concern (radio program with Lisa Marie Presley - Lisa talks about her debut album)
  11. A Billboard Presentation (1956)
  12. Jingle All The Way (recorded in Las Vegas)
  13. With Elvis On Stage - The Story ('After season' interview with John Wilkinson)
  14. The Show Taht Never Was (radio spot for the Elvis show, August 20,. 1977)
  15. New Years Eve 1975 (Elvis speaks about the show)
  16. Germany, March 1959 (Dick Clark calls Elvis)
  17. Germany, August 1959 (Dick Clark calls Elvis)
  18. Happy Birthday Elvis! January 8, 1960 (Dick Clark calls Elvis)
Source: Elvis For Everyone Fan Club / Updated: Apr 23, 2008 
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RobIreland (profilecontact) wrote on Apr 26, 2008report abuse
Well its a fact, a sad fact i know, but still a fact that the presures of Stardom and the rock n roll life style its self goes hand in hand with the drug culture. What makes me laugh is these idiot DJs sneering at Elvis for taking drugs when practicaly every one ( except Cliff Richard of course ) and their granny in rock n roll uses drugs. Do they sear at Jimi Hendrix etc for drug related deaths ? nooo, he is so respected and how cool it was for him. Actualy in this stage dialouge Elvis was very angry, wasent just a meaningless drug rant. Read the book "Desert Storm" before your so quick to judge. I wonder how you would cope with the presures Elvis had ? Msybe you just prefer the "Beyond The Bend" Elvis flying his crop spreading plane with a cheesy smile on his face !
Ciscoking (profilecontact) wrote on Apr 25, 2008report abuse
Steve V (profilecontact) wrote on Apr 24, 2008report abuse
I listened to the drugged out speech once on some bootleg CD a long time ago. I never wanted to hear it again so I sold the CD. That speech somehow found its way to shock DJ's here on USA radio who play it to belittle Elvis at any oppurtunity. Anyone who buys this is , as someone said, insane.
Harvey Alexander (profilecontact) wrote on Apr 24, 2008report abuse
So let me get this right. Some people actually like hearing a drugged-up Elvis ranting about not taking drugs set to a thump-thump, sounds-like-the-record-is-stuck backing?! Are you serious?God help us all.
RobIreland (profilecontact) wrote on Apr 23, 2008report abuse
Well, thees definatley different kinds of Elvis fans. You see I think that "Strung Out" mix is pretty good indeed. You have to understand it was made for the night club scene. It became very popular and played often in European clubs. This kind of thing brings Elvis into areas where he just wouldent be heard other wise. Its actually quite cool. I made a mix myself of this dialouge using "Stranger in my own Hometown" 70s and 69 versions. This cd is a bit of fun especially for those who havent got these recordings. Would I pay money for it ? YES!... £2.00, $3.50, 2.50 Euro!
JimmyCool (profilecontact) wrote on Apr 23, 2008report abuse
Harvey Alexander wrote on Apr 23, 2008: "Glad to see that the 'Strung-Out' dialogue has been remixed." Actually, I heard this remix and it really sucks! It's Elvis talking and they used a very noisy background music, and it sounds TERRIBLE! This is the worst release I have ever seen.. or maybe not. Maybe on "A Legendary Performer - Talking And More, Vol. 2" we'll hear 7 tracks of that Elvis' impersonator talking about his experience working on that ketchup commercial!
Harvey Alexander (profilecontact) wrote on Apr 23, 2008report abuse
Why is track 10 included? It's Lisa Marie talking about her first LP. I don't think Elvis was on it, so why is it here? Glad to see that the 'Strung-Out' dialogue has been remixed. Has it been done by Sponkybox and is it from his new album? This way it'll appeal to the kids and help teach them about drugs. Shame, though, that Elvis was genuinely strung out when he said it. And please don't try to say he wasn't. It's as plain as the nose on your face. That boy was wired!!!
GeertFromNl (profilecontact) wrote on Apr 23, 2008report abuse
It's pathetic... I'm laughing and crying at the same time!
Jerome (profilecontact) wrote on Apr 23, 2008report abuse
anyone who actually spends money on this needs help..

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