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080 Elvis Aaron Presley: Birthday Party
Host: Barrett Golding of Hearing Voices
Airs week of: 2011-01-05 (Originally: 2010-01-06)
“Elvis Aaron Presley” (52:00 mp3):
Elvis Presley (born Jan 8 1935 Tupelo, Mississippi; died Aug 16 1977 Memphis, Tennessee), a 75th Birthday Party fit for a King, with fans, friends, religion and rockin’:
Interviews from the Elvis archives, and new ones with Gordon Stoker of The Jordanaires (Elvis’ backup singers) and Elvis friends (aka, Memphis Mafia) Jerry Schilling and Patty Parry. Produced by Paul Chuffo and Joshua Jackson of Joyride Media, for the Sony Elvis 75 project, which has more music and interviews. Also check Joyride’s other Elvis hours: The Early Years, In Memphis, and He Touched Me- Elvis Gospel Music.
From 1954, the second Sun Records release by Elvis Presley. Taken from the box Elvis 75 – Good Rockin’ Tonight
Chuck Denault is a Police Officer for the small town of Kittery, Maine. He has two passions;: Serving the community he lives in and being the best possible Elvis Impersonator he can be. In April of 2003 the producer went for a squad car ride-along for some behind the scenes aspects of law enforcement and Elvis.
“Elvis Fans’ Comments/Opening Riff” and “Elvis Fans’ Comments III” from 1977 Elvis In Concert.
Special Bonus Track on the 1982 collection Hitstory- The Story Continues.
His on-stage intro to the song, 1977 Elvis In Concert.
“Blue Suede Shoes” and the five-part allegorical “Baby King” story from the 1989 tribute, The King & Eye.
Conversations with Elvis worshipers. pilgrims going to Graceland on Highway 40. From Dan Collison & Elizabeth Meister 1997 series Bus Stories.
Norman, from Ocean City, Maryland, “sings like Elvis and all that”.
From “Closing Riff- Special Message From Elvis’ Father”, a track on Elvis In Concert.
A 1978 song-poem found at UbuWeb’s 365 Days Project.
Mark Vidler mashes up an on-stage meltdown with music by The Farm, their song “Steppin’ Stone”.
Mojo & Skid’s Bo-Day-Shus!!! 1987 classic.