The two legendary Elvis musicians Scotty Moore and DJ Fontana release the album "All The King's Men" in 1997. In 2005 the album has been re-released as a digi-pack with as special bonus a promotion CD for the album including the track "Deuce And A Quarter" with Rolling Stone Keith Richards and The Band included for free.
All The King's Men features a nice collection of blues songs performed by Scotty Moore and DJ Fontana together with some of the buisness's finest artists including: The Band, Jeff Beck, The BoDeans, Cheap Trick, Steve Earle, Joe Ely, The Jordanaires, Stan Lynch, Tracy Nelson, The
Mavericks, Ronnie McDowell, Keith Richards, Joe Louis Walker, Ron Wood, Lee Rocker and Reggie Young.
Deuce and a Quarter (Keith Richards/The Band) / I Told You So (The Mavericks) / Locked Up In The State Of Illinois (The Bodeans) / Goin Back To Memphis (The Bill Black Combo) / I'm Gonna Strangle You Shorty (Joe Ely/Lee Rocker) / Bad Little Girl (Cheap Trick) / Soulmates (Ronnie McDowell/The Jordanaires) / Hot Enough For Ya (Steve Earle/Lee Rocker) / Strange Love (Joe Louis Walker) Is All Of This For Me (Tracy Nelson) / Unsung Heroes (Ron Wood/Jeff Beck)