Elvis By The Presleys CD Target Edition

For the special edition collectors. Released by BMG is this 3 disc edition of the compilation 'Elvis By The Presleys". This set is especially made for Trget Stores and features a bonus DVD which contains two chapters: 1. "Driving Miss Presley" and "Elvis - The Generous".
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see see rider (profilecontact) wrote on May 30, 2005report abuse
hey lindes: i think YOU need to go back and re-read my may 8th and may 13th postings. you don't have the self elvis intelect that you think you have, basiclly everything you have posted on here has already been said by me and some others. you were not there so where do you get off telling myself and others that we don't know what the **ll we're talking about, if anyone on here is showing their true intelect .... it's YOU and evidently that's not much. you get your source of information from the same places the rest of us do, through books, tv, magzines etc. so go take your so called BIG words and your so called KNOWLEDGE and tell it to someone who will believe you because i can tell you.. some of us don't.
lindes (profilecontact) wrote on May 13, 2005report abuse
(When a couple of posters like see see rider and elvinpelvin pool their mental resources, it is pointless for any sophisticated, discerning fan to attempt to discuss anything about EP.)
Fact: EP was, for a period of time, a great singer and entertainer who threw away, for whatever reason, his talents and potential.
Fact: No intelligent person will admire every single thing about any entertainer - intellect dictates that one must be discerning in one's choices.
Fact: EP fans too often show their ignorance because of youth, lack of information, inability to be discriminating in choices, etc. and as a result, speak/write in nonsense terms and allow their emotions to take over. These fans need to get a grip, calm down, and remember they're talking about a man who had a lot of talent and even more problems.
Fact: Non-intellects see, hear, and read ONLY what they want to see, hear, and read - as proven on this thread.
Fact: Enough said - no more debate, no more insults. Enough.
see see rider (profilecontact) wrote on May 13, 2005report abuse
forget it elvinpelvin, you're wasting your time. for someone who claims she's a life long elvis fan and who claims she know's more about the legend and history than the rest of us on here.. you'd think she'd lived her entire life with the man. like i said in my may 8th posting, we only know what we've read in books, magazines and television over the years, and how do we know what anything we've ever read is true, we don't know, so all we got.. is just plain speculation.. just like she's got. nuff said.
lindes (profilecontact) wrote on May 10, 2005report abuse
LOL. You took my words and theory and laughably used them as your own, but you cannot even acknowledge that. You're taking this wayyyy too seriously. LOL. You know, people who lack sensible structure and engage in false and contradictory statements, and then are called on it, will always resort to directly personal attacks on other posters with remarks about "personal problems" and so forth, because I've seen that happen to a lot of posters. Although lame, it's a tactic too often used because it's all they've got. You've "proven" that here. By the, way, to further demonstrate your persona as a poster here, "lindes" is a combination of letters, and you should never call a lady an "old man." Think before you type. And lighten up.
elvinpelvin (profilecontact) wrote on May 10, 2005report abuse
Not true Lindes. You don't even remember what you said in your own post. I agreed with see see rider, because see see commented on how Elvis' demise was caused by other parties in the inner circle that were along for the free ride. Not to exclude Elvis himself, ofcourse. But, you said that you can't stand to see someone that talented just throw it all away. Making it seem that blame lies no where else but Elvis. That is exactly what Red and Sonny and Lamar Fike try to do. And you said you didn't like what he did after 1970. Well, that's very open ended and vague. There was good and bad things. He had important milestones and accomplishments after 1970. How can you just write those off? I agreed with see see rider in regards to being a fan of his entire career, great moments, and not great moments. It's Elvis. You're the one who wanted to reassure readers that you're not anti-EP. You're the one who wants to be different, and have the nerve to criticize the most recognizable and influential entertainer the world will ever know. Who are you?! You're just like the people I decribed who make it seem that Elvis was another Robert Downey Jr. A street druggy. So NO, I never agreed with you. I've been noticing you have many conflicts with others. It appears to me you have personal problems. And what's up with this obsessive need to try to prove your points to me? I'm not gonna continue in your childish games of semantics anymore old man. Get a life.
lindes (profilecontact) wrote on May 10, 2005report abuse
Thank you, formyelvis.
lindes (profilecontact) wrote on May 10, 2005report abuse
elvinpelvin: I will not comment on your post, because it is non-sensical. As for the plagiarism: Chill ~ 'twas merely a humorous remark about the way that you, after having completely disagreed with me in a prior post, obviously read my reply to you, but then agreed with "see see rider" and used terms and phrases from my post. Not very original of you . . .
forelvis (profilecontact) wrote on May 9, 2005report abuse
I agree with lindes !!!!
wtfw22 (profilecontact) wrote on May 9, 2005report abuse
Very spirited reactions on this matter.Lets try for some respect for each other.Stop trying to top each other.Thank You
elvinpelvin (profilecontact) wrote on May 9, 2005report abuse
lindes: Thank you human dictionary. We are all so proud that you've graduated to big words now. But proof of your impressive vocabulary is not needed. Plagiarism for what? My username because it was in the documentary, oh wait, I gotta make sure I put the quote marks, the documentary called "This Is Elvis". I think the name is kinda cool. Can you remind me though in my post where I took credit for words that were used by the people closest to Elvis. I must have forgotten those darn quote marks again. Thanks for pointing that out, Teacher. Since we are on the subject though, when dealing with a pronoun, such as a person's name......the name should be capitalized. So lindes should be Lindes. Hey thanks for my word of the day, Mr. Lindes. Be advised that your definitions make you so profound. And the the way that you totally hide the way that you re trying to belittle me, makes you look like such a mature educated adult. Again, thanks for the lesson. Now, if you are gonna continue this with me, we should let Elvisnews know so they can kick us out. Or we can talk about the subject that matters. ELvis.
lindes (profilecontact) wrote on May 9, 2005report abuse
elvinpelvin: PLAGIARISM, n 1: a piece of writing that has been copied from someone else and is presented as being your own work 2: the act of plagiarizing; taking someone's words or ideas as if they were your own
elvinpelvin (profilecontact) wrote on May 8, 2005report abuse
I totally concur with see see rider. Point well delivered. It's sad that some people agree with the likes of the "yes men". Red and Sonny West have both said that Elvis is 100% to blame for prescription drug abuse. That blame and fault belongs to no one but Elvis. It sucks that SOME people feel the same. Sometimes, I guess, Elvis fans forget that Col. Parker twisted Elvis' arm and put enormous pressure on Elvis. Col. Parker was greedy for money and should have let Elvis rest sometimes. People thnk that Elvis grueling concert tour schedule was his own idea. Now the last thing Elvis wanted to do was dissapoint fans. His love and devotion to them was unwaivering. However, he was human. Col. Parker treated him like he was a machine that never gets tired. Yes, Parker did many great things in Elvis' life. In the beginning, he took Elvis' million dollars worth of talent and turned it into a million dollars. But I beleive, in the end, just like all the moochers and freeloaders, and people that were too afraid of being kicked off the gravy train, were contributing factors to his tragic death. I'm so sick and tired of the scenario people try to create about Elvis and drugs. People make it seem as if Elvis died by using cocaine and marijuana, and the police found him in some cheap motel room on Sunset Blvd. with dirty needles and prostitutes laying next to him. That's how some people make the story of Elvis sound. Let's all remember that Elvis abused pescription drugs, NOT street drugs.
Who knows why Elvis didn't fire Col. Parker, or certain members of the Memphis Mafia? Maybe he feared the inevitable. We saw what happened when Elvis tried that idea. Red and Sonny wrote that tell all book. Revealing private details that maybe Elvis didn't want to share with the public at that particular point in time. Maybe Elvis feared that firing Parker would backfire in his face somehow. Maybe Elvis felt that the Col. was doing most of the things right. After all, you couldn't go to the library and check out a book on how to manage a rock star, becase Elvis was the first. How can fans fault Elvis in certain things? Sure we know about his life because we can read books with facts in them. But, none of us were there. Maybe he grew attached to the idea that Col. Parker a comfortable pivot in his life still present from the old days. It's written that Elvis binged on fred heavy foods reminiscent to the way his mother used to cook. As far as musical genious, collabortion with others sometimes is key, however SOME people should not forget that Elvis was the engine, the Steamroller, if you will, that made these musical melodies work and come to life. Elvis was still the master of his domain and although welcomed other creative ideas, his CHARISMATIC genious ideas is truly the force driving his unstoppable and unequalled career.
doctor (profilecontact) wrote on May 8, 2005report abuse
Here it is: No man is an island unto himself. At different junctions of his career, you can pinpoint with absolute certainty the times when Elvis' inate musical genius collaborated with other equally brilliant musical people, and the results were always brilliant. Elvis + Sam Phillips-----Elvis + Leiber and Stoller ----Elvis + Steve Binder --- Elvis + Chips Moman. These people all had the courage to push Elvis creatively, no matter what the Colonel and Co. tried to do. As a result, he produced his best work. Elvis needed someone to prod him into greatness, to collaborate with. I love every song he ever sang because he poured his heart into his songs (well, almost: the likes of Old MacDonald and There's No Room to Rhumba in a Sports Car should never have seen the light of day -- although they are the valleys to his many musical mountains). Yes, Elvis was human and made mistakes, and yes, we all have failings. BUt let's not let dishonesty be one of them. One of my grade 4 students did a superb speech about Elvis Aron Presley. She concluded it by saying how sad it was that Elvis abused prescription drugs and died so young. The speech was based on a childrens' book about Elvis which she found in the library. Lesson learned through honesty from the mouth of a child : drugs are bad. Let us not be afraid to be honest about Elvis' life. There are lessons in it for all of us. If we choose to bury our heads in the sand, then none of us learn anything and will perhaps make the same kinds of mistakes (albeit on a different scale). We can best honour the memory of Elvis by being honest about who he was, and this includes the greatness and the sadness. Being honest does not diminish, rather it enobles Elvis and his fans.
see see rider (profilecontact) wrote on May 8, 2005report abuse
while i do agree there were alot of "yes men" surrounding elvis, i don't think anybody sat and told elvis what to and what not to record, EVER. from about '72-'73 on, most of his recordings were based on what was going on in his life which at that time was his divorce from priscilla ( which he never really recovered from ). the choice of song's were always stuff like "seperate ways" "always on my mind" that reflected his personal life. so if elvis was guilty of anything it was that he let his personal life get in the way. also we have to remember, elvis wasn't a kid anymore. buy 1970, elvis WAS 35 yrs. old, so he was actually doing more adult contemporary like song's. but i personally like his '70s material just as much as anything else he recorded, and.. he still would do a rocker or two too record. but i think if one is a big enough fan of somebody, you're gonna like everything they put out reguardless. by the time the '70's rolled around, elvis's voice got more and more powerfull. i mean, it would just make the hair stand on the back of your neck. i've heard people say, well i only like his 50's stuff, i've heard others say, well i only like his 60's stuff, i've heard others say his 70's stuff. well ya know what?.. it's all still elvis, AND I LOVE IT ALL. and to make any assumption on what elvis was or was not doing whether it was right or wrong or what ever.. how the ( bleep ) do any of us know.. we weren't there. we just know what we've read over the years. oh, and one other thing.. is any of our lives sooo perfect that we can sit and talk about elvis's mistakes or those that we're around him? i don't think so. have any of us always EVER made the right choices in OUR lives? again, i don't think so. if there's a certain era of elvis's music you don't like, then don't listen to it. if there's a piece of merchandise ya don't like, then by all means.. don't buy it, it's that simple. i'm also gettin' tired of people ragging on lisa marie, to say she resents her name.. please.. that girl worshipped the ground her dad walked on, and still does. and i believe if he we're here now, he would be proud of HER accomplishments. no he may have not agreed with ALL the decisions she's ever made in her life but hey, we're only human, we're aloud to screw up from time too time, and i think SOME people need to be reminded of that. so before any of us start jumping in buy saying, well, elvis should have done this or elvis should have done that remember, check your own closet first, cos' i'm sure there's clothes in it you'd like to get rid of.. i know i do.
lindes (profilecontact) wrote on May 8, 2005report abuse
elvinpelvin: I've tried to be diplomatic here, but there's a point of just too much. Please consult a nearby dictionary and refer to the meaning of the word "obtuse." Then, re-read my posts - As an EP fan for over 40 years, I am familiar with the entire body of his work, the history of that work, I saw each and every movie in its original release, watched "Aloha" live on television with millions of other viewers when it first aired, saw him in person in 1970 before he actually began touring, and then many times thereafter, the last being in March of 1977, so please let go of the laughably false assumptions.
As for control, he had little when it came to career choices and his personal life. Personally, there were many things he should have done differently. Professionally, he should have fired the Colonel years before, and he should have taken total control over the recordings. The truest quality recording he ever did was at American Sound Studios and even that was somewhat impeded by the presence of the Colonel and Tom Diskin and EP's horde of yes-men. After kicking the whole lot of them out, what he should have done was work with creative people like Chips Moman at American, and also work at perfecting his own musical instincts and go with that, instead of being dictated to by the greedy, selfish people around him who were too afraid of losing their ride on the gravy train. Now, if you want to talk about the career, go ahead and contribute. But leave those assumptions behind.
elvinpelvin (profilecontact) wrote on May 8, 2005report abuse
This is to Lindes, and all the other alleged Elvis fans that dogg his 70's work. How dare you try to judge Elvis on not having complete control of his surroundings. Obviously you're not a fan. If you were, you would understand that Elvis, being the first megastar in the world, was so insanely famous that sometimes, the pressure was really hard. Apparently you've never seen Aloha from Hawaii. Just as great as the '68 comeback special. I feel sorry for you man. Selling yourself short on Elvis. He was awesome in 1960, also. Apparently, you've never heard Elvis Is Back either. Understanding the pressure Elvis was under in that time is part of being an Elvis fan. Do yourself a favor. Before you open your mouth and talk about Elvis, make sure you get your facts straight. I can't stand when people try to discuss subjects they know little or nothing about.
lindes (profilecontact) wrote on May 8, 2005report abuse
Hi doctor: Thank you for the post; I appreciate your candor. If you will, take a moment and read my post to "pacer1965" on the "Priscilla Book Signing" thread - that poster also agreed with me, so I'm not quite the outcast that I was earlier - lol - that post will explain more of what I think.
I'm not anti-EP; just very opinionated about what went on around him and in his life. And it is sad, and a bit aggravating, when someone who possesses talent and potential, just throws it away through self-destructive behavior or because they didn't know how to tap into the as yet undiscovered resources. I have thought about the music he could have sung, the fantastic volumes of material available for recording, with a voice like his - wow, what he could have done.
FTD offers some interesting stuff, but the cost is too high. In the years after his death, I only occasionally watched a movie or listened to a record/tape. A few months ago, I bought the TTWII Special Edition DVD, which is my absolute favorite Elvis; and just recently gained a renewed interest in the man and his music from the '68 through 1970 period. My purchases have been limited to only a very few quality CDs and the '68 Comeback set. I don't care for much from 1971 on, plus I don't like what happened to him after 1970. The studio outtakes available online are some of the most interesting things to hear, imo.
Talk to you later.
doctor (profilecontact) wrote on May 8, 2005report abuse
Lindes: A sincere apology if you thought I was putting you down. It was not my intention at all. Your post was intelligent and it was you opinion, as was mine. I have been a fan since I was ten years old (that's 37 years and counting) and, belive it or not, I completely agree with your last post. How Elvis ultimately squandered away his talent because of the lackeys around him has always saddened me. I do think we're on the same page, Lindes. I respect your opinion, believe me. ANd yes, FTD is way too expensive and there's only so many ways you can repackage the material. But the label doesn't restock everything that we older fans have, so my hope is that they'll properly repackage the catalogue for the new fans so that they have something worthwhile to buy at the store. Believe it or not, after Elvis died, I had a hard time buying anything for years. I just listened to my collection and kept shaking my head at all the stupid merchandising that followed his death.
lindes (profilecontact) wrote on May 7, 2005report abuse
doctor: I've always heard about a lot of EP fans and I'm believing the stories by what I've read and how I've been treated after my first few posts. Every post I've made has been opinionated, but tactful. And yet, every response to me has included some snide insult or telling me what to do or not do - in your case, you tell me "stop complaining" - you don't have that right. The rules here say debate or argue with the issues, NOT the poster.
As for the topic of EP, I'm a long-time fan who knows more about the legend and the history than most of those who post on any of these message boards and think they have the inside scoop or some duty to promote and defend EP above all others. He was a man with a lot of problems, who had no real guidance in his life, and he had a great, unique talent, but he squandered that talent by not keeping up with the times and by not insisting on quality material through the year. He could have given the greedy Colonel the boot, he could have not gotten involved with Priscilla, he could have gotten away from his sponging relatives, and he could have cleaned house and gotten rid of every mooching flunky around him - but he did none of that and he was abundantly unhappy. That's that. I'm a fan, but not desperate about this promotion of Elvis the way some of you appear to be; I really don't understand the mentality of buying so much stuff now and thinking it's necessary to get the word out of whatever; sheesh, there's an abundance out there that will last for a long, long time and, except for some of the stuff like unreleased CDs and the '68 DVD, everything else is just rehashed junk. FTD has some pretty good stuff, but the prices are outrageous and anyone is foolish to purchase more than one or two choice selections. The new movie is a sham - it's dark and dumb and is one of the worst portrayals ever of him, and no one who cared about EP the person would applaud this pitiful film.
Now, you and the others have your opinions - I have mine. You care about the promotion and you condone all the really nice people who are making a fortune by cheapening the image of a dead man - that's your choice. You may disagree with the issues, but you have no right to insult or give orders to another poster.
doctor (profilecontact) wrote on May 7, 2005report abuse
Lindes: No one is obluged to buy anything they feel is unworthy. Marketing and promotion are important. You can sit back and take a chance that the new generation will come to Elvis. But without promotion and putting out new projects, I seriously doubt that kids will bother at all. We are living in an age that requires marketing. And stop complaining about the money being made, for crying out loud. It is good for the economy and creates jobs. I for one would like to see Elvis being gobbled up by the new generation. Without creating this new fan base, Elvis will disappear when we disappear from the planet. How many other artists can you name that still enjoy the success that ELvis does, almost three decades after having left the building for the last time?? When I bought the Comeback DVDs I could have cared less about the commercialism behind it -- the minute I played them it was all about the music. I didn't lose any sleep worrying about how much money someone was making on Elvis. I was just grateful the material was finally released! ANd yes, I'd rather have a smart business person like Sillerman masnaging things than someone without any business expertise ruining ELvis' legacy. ANd by the way -- check out the Elvis mini series website: from the previews in it, the producers have done an excellent job of bringing the Elvis story to the screen. (:
lindes (profilecontact) wrote on May 7, 2005report abuse
I am curious about the significance of EP being "promoted" or why a "campaign" is so important. EP is now a legend. There's an abundance of information and material enough to satisfy any fans, any age, of any socio-economic group. The current mania of marketing is merely about Sillerman and the legions of spongers making more money off of EP - acquaintances, yes-men, an ex-wife, former in-laws, a daughter who so resents the name that she added an "F" before the Presley initial, and on and on. Yes, they are all very reliable and caring sources indeed. The fans who truly care about EP are interested in quality material and they do not and will not support the crass marketing, the falsehoods told, or these stupidly produced movies that portray EP in a completely negative light.
doctor (profilecontact) wrote on May 7, 2005report abuse
Well said Stu! We can all be thankful that Elvis is finally being promoted the way he should have always been. I get just a little tired of all the whiners and nay-sayers out there. There has never been a better time to be an Elvis fan then now. The F.T.D. releases, the DVD releases, the remixes, all the media attention, the 18 re-releases in the UK, do I need to go on? Some people can never be satistfied, I suppose. An artist who's been deceased for 28 years makes $40 million per year, is embraced by a new generation, is everywhere and anywhere, and some of you so-called fans can still complain? Am I the only one who remembers the "lean years" when nothing of consequence was being done to market Elvis? Thank you, Ernst and Co. for a superb job! Keep up the great work. Long live the memory of Elvis!
Stacey75 (profilecontact) wrote on May 7, 2005report abuse
Again I stand by my words. And be smart yourself, and shut up.
lindes (profilecontact) wrote on May 6, 2005report abuse
You insulted me on another thread by saying that I am "dictating" to others, but then here you dictate something to me. Everyone is entitled to their own views - if you don't like something I post, please ignore it. Buy whatever you choose, but smart consumerism means engaging in wise and responsible purchases.
Stacey75 (profilecontact) wrote on May 6, 2005report abuse
Lindes, I suggest that you live and let live. If fans wanna buy every piece of merchandise, then be it. Who really cares if fans buy or not? All this new merchandising ie; mini-series, TV Special, memorabilia brings Elvis'name and legacy to the forefront, instead of Elvis being relagated to the waste bin. I for one will buy what my little heart desires, no matter what people like you "suggest".
stu (profilecontact) wrote on May 6, 2005report abuse
Hi Lindes. You jumped in feet first with a stab at Lisa and Pricilla but they are irrelevant to my points. I meant the many compilations of all things Elvis including DVD,CD Books etc which have been chasing each other around in circles for years which have been or, are being superseded by more difinitive product. For example instead of a confusing aray of Greatest Hits packages, we now have "E1" and "E2" widely recognised and acclaimed internationally. The same goes for the "68 Special" and "Aloha". The excellent work of Peter Guralnick has set the standard re books and the meticulous dedication of individuals at BMG has ensured that Elvis is as relevant today as any living artist anywhere in the World. Lindes, your anti-agenda stance is cute but if you want to get worked up about "Hockey Pucks" and "Bowling Balls" etc which may be on sale at shop Elvis, thats your choice. Personally I never visit the site shop so it wouldn't be fair for me to comment on it.
lindes (profilecontact) wrote on May 6, 2005report abuse
Hello stu: Do you really think that Priscilla and Lisa Marie know enough to put the record straight? There are a number of people who knew EP better than Priscilla, as they spent more time apart than together, and there's no proof that anything she says is fact. The majority of Lisa's memories are from photos, stories, and films. She was too young when he died to have many real and vivid memories, and she did not know him as anything but a part-time father anyway. You wrote: "The shabby marketing and production once associated with all things Elvis are being replaced with top quality product." Do you think that EP hockey pucks, glitter globes, bowling balls, and wastepaper baskets are "quality products?" The marketing of items offered in the "Shop Elvis" section of the official site is just cheap and crass.
lindes (profilecontact) wrote on May 6, 2005report abuse
caseyiodine: I don't understand your comment about anyone being selfish. Real EP fans don't need all the commercialism and they know that everyone involved in this business has an agenda - and that agenda has nothing to do with Elvis, the man - it has everything to do with Elvis, the product. As a long-time fan, I don't take any of this personally, I know that there's already enough stuff out there for younger generations to learn about his musical influences. There's no need for any kind of "campaign promoting Elvis" - actually, that campaign is the result of Sillerman's owning the image. It's about money, and crass commercialism is what it is. By the way, Priscilla is NOT a Presley.
stu (profilecontact) wrote on May 5, 2005report abuse
The general public are entitled to react as they please with the Elvis blitz but, I think that more importantly in the long term, the record is being put straight. The shabby marketing and production once associated with all things Elvis are being replaced with top quality product. When the general public pull their collective heads out of their collective botties and wake-up to Elvis, they will not fail to be impressed with whats on offer. As a life-long Elvis fan well into my forties, Ive got to say that I'm really excited about all thats been happening over the past few years and anticipate great things in store for many years to come.
JerryNodak (profilecontact) wrote on May 5, 2005report abuse
Casey: I never said that it was just about us. I hope I'm wrong but I just don't think the general public is going to eat this up. Oh, they'll probably watch, look and listen, but they'll forget five minutes later. As for me, a lifelong fan going on 55, I'm really not that interested in any of the stuff in this May blitz.
caseyiodine (profilecontact) wrote on May 5, 2005report abuse
Look this is all good. Finally there is a campaign that is promoting Elvis in a huge way. It's not about just satisfying hard core fans. For the legacy to contiue in a big way, we must reach the younger generation. The Presley's and all involved are doing a spectacular job, and this will continue through the 30th Anniv in 2007. You guy's should be happy, not negative. Stop acting selfish and see the big picture. It's not just about us!
rickyquo (profilecontact) wrote on May 5, 2005report abuse
I bought the book 'elvis by the presleys' on monday and i could'nt wait to get home and read it. Sadly for me there is not a lot of interesting reading and most of the stuff contained i had already read before, however the pictures in the book more than made up for that. There are a few funny moments especially the one concerning his horse 'rising sun'. I just hope that the dvd set lives up to it's hype. Also i read this morning that ITV1 are show 'elvis by the presleys' on may 18th but knowing them it will probably be about an hour long but it should serve as a good trailer I reckon.
lindes (profilecontact) wrote on May 5, 2005report abuse
More merchandising. Too many fans will buy everything that comes along. More, imo, need to be selective and refuse to be a part of all the commercialism.
JerryNodak (profilecontact) wrote on May 5, 2005report abuse
The Elvis May merchandise blitz has begun. If I buy anything it will be the book. Then again, I might skip everything.
James69 (profilecontact) wrote on May 4, 2005report abuse
This is available at TARGET stores in the USA, or on ebay. I got mine already from ebay. Also got the 3 track promo cd of Elvis By the Presleys from ebay.

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