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This cd is including the very rare "Strung Out" remix... 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)

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Interesting Spoken Items About the King 21 Oct. 2014
By Anton Karidian - Published on Amazon.com
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I've been an Elvis fan for many years, but I just recently got into collecting interviews and other spoken material about him. This is one I decided to take a chance on when I came across it on Amazon, and I've enjoyed it a lot. At first I was uncertain what the subtitle "Talking and More" meant, but almost all of this IS talking, either by or about Elvis. Some of these tracks are interviews with Elvis, such as the 3 with Dick Clark calling Elvis in Germany, "High School Interview," and "Elvis in Texas." Some tracks are him saying things on stage, such as "Back on Stage," "New Year's Eve 1975," and "The Sweet Inspirations," where Elvis is joking with his backup singers. A few are other people talking about Elvis, namely, "With Elvis on Stage - the Story," which is an interesting interview with Elvis's rhythm guitarist John Wilkinson, and "To Whom it May Concern," where Lisa Marie Presley says a little about her dad, but mostly talks about her new record. And there are a few other kinds of spoken things, like radio ads and such. Most tracks are pertinent and interesting, and I am especially glad to get ahold of some spoken items from the late '60s and '70s on here, since they seem particularly rare. Sound quality varies some, but almost all of this has good sound and is understandable.

Most tracks run from 3 to 15 minutes, while a few tracks are very short and of varying interest, like "The Exorcist Girl," where Elvis and others are evidently talking about some weird-talking girl they came across, but the track just lasts about half a minute and I didn't see much point to it. "A Billboard Presentation" is Milton Berle(?) presenting Elvis with an award for his song "Heartbreak Hotel," but it just runs slightly over one minute. "High School Interview" is also just about a minute long, and evidently this interview with Elvis was done AT a high school, but if the 1956 date for it is correct, Elvis was no longer a student in high school himself by then. It's of mild interest. The only track I have no use for is "Strung Out - Remix," where Elvis was on stage in the '70s ranting about some tabloid articles about him. I would have enjoyed hearing a recording of all that he said then, but this track is actually short clips of his rant mixed with music to create kind of a rap song, so I guess that's supposed to be humorous.

At any rate, I find most of ELVIS A LEGENDARY PERFORMER - TALKING AND MORE 1 to be quite useful and interesting. I probably should add that this CD is really more useful for die-hard collectors like me, and probably not really intended for the casual Elvis fan. I'm going to check into more of these hard-to-find Elvis talk recordings on Amazon from a group in the Netherlands called "Elvis for Everyone."
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