Hey Vinyl Man likes this. Location: Southern California. Bob J , Jun 25, Location: Monterey County, California. Larry Mc , Jun 25, Roy Hamilton - "Don't Let Go". Lonecat , clhboa and John B Good like this. Roy Hamilton - "Unchained Melody". Lonecat likes this. The Bobbettes - "Mr. It explores a spiritual dimension to the Elvis revival, where fans create a fantasy quasi-religion through which they blend and confuse Elvis and Jesus.
Published in this is a thoroughly researched book that brings us up-to-date with recent developments. Harrison draws on existing publications on the same topic, as well as websites and correspondence, conversations and interviews with many Elvis fans and associates conducted over 25 years, to make a well-argued case. He finally proposes possible future directions for this extraordinary Elvis phenomenon. Go here as EIN book review Susan MacDougall explores this fascinating book and decides whether Elvis fans need to discover what the myth is all about.
This is only about the money. Col Parker sure is laughing now Pre-order your copy now see details below. Kate Moss looks rock-chic in Elvis themed denim shirt: Kate Moss is one of the most iconic faces of the fashion industry, so it is no wonder that she was invited to attend one of the most prestigious style events of the year - the Dior show at Paris Fashion Week. The super-model, 42, upper the glamour for her day by sporting a chic denim shirt emblazoned with Elvis Presley-themed decoration, formal trousers and a sleek blow-dry.
Not only stylish, the ode to the famous rocker simultaneously showed off the blonde's slightly grungy style that she is so famous for. Keeping the look very current and on-trend, Kate added a thin black choker to her neck and dressed her feet with classic leather stiletto ankle boots, with a pointed toe. The fashion house's collection was its first under new artistic director Maria Grazia Chiuri, and was said to mark the brand's new direction.
Now EIN doesn't feel so bad wearing our well-worn Elvis shirts!!! Recorded at Abbey Road Studios in London with acclaimed producers Don Reedman and Nick Patrick, the album spans a variety of musical styles that Elvis embraced, from rock and gospel to country and ballads. Sir Cliff has hit sights set on a Christmas 1, after the Crown Prosecution confirmed the decision not to prosecute him over allegations.
But studio trickery, endorsed by the Presley estate, finally allows their voices to share the same song. March 30 - April 2, Donnie Sumner just added to the line up - Donnie Sumner spent nearly eight years by the side of his friend Elvis Presley - first as the lead vocalist and arranger of J. Sumner and the Stamps and later as a constant houseguest, companion, back-up singer, arranger and. Donnie was responsible for all the Elvis vocal arrangements from , before departing to pursue full-time ministry.
Song Man" and "I Miss You. Also included are two special events worth noting. If you've ever wanted to know what it was like to be in the studio with Elvis, this is your chance! Elvis Presley neat on-line Biograpy: "Simply Knowledge" is an educational website that "Guides with the right knowledge and right attitude". One of the biographies featured is of course Elvis Presley. It is a neat bio overview for younger and older readers.
Elvis had drop-dead good looks and was extremely charming. Come, let us. When the U. Army drafted Elvis Presley in , it quickly set about transforming the King of Rock and Roll from a rebellious teen idol into a clean-cut GI. Trading in his gold-trimmed jacket for standard-issue fatigues, Elvis became a model soldier in an army facing the unprecedented challenge of building a fighting force for the Atomic Age.
In an era that threatened Soviet-American thermonuclear annihilation, the army declared it could limit atomic warfare to the battlefield. From massive garrisons in Germany and Korea to nuclear tests to portable atomic weapons, the army reinvented itself. Its revolution in warfare required an equal revolution in personnel: the new army needed young officers and soldiers who were highly motivated, well trained, and technologically adept. The Roanoke Times review nicely notes Tickets went on sale 4 months before the iconic event.
EIN exclusives and News from earlier in September. The Danish commercial court ruled this week that that the Museum of Jutland has violated the rights of the heirs of Presley, copying the American house in Memphis, which still attracts more than thousand visitors a year.
After the lawsuit was filed, the title was changed from "Graceland Randers". The Museum, owned by Henrik Knudsen, the self-proclaimed "professional Elvis fan", collected about six thousand exhibits. After its opening in , he became one of 50 major attractions of Denmark.
Last year, Knudsen admitted that the lawsuit from Elvis Presley Enterprises took him by surprise. He claims that he voiced the idea of creating a Danish Graceland in and fans of the king. I'm a die-hard fan of Elvis, and I was doing all of this with no investment," he says.
The Elvis Museum was opened in All the exhibits from the personal collection of Henrik Knudsen. On the eve of the opening of the Museum he claimed to have had the support from ex-wife Priscilla. Priscilla Presley is attached as an executive producer, and the production is working in full partnership with the Presley Estate. Harvey Weinstein and Jerry Schilling will also exec produce. This show will be an authentic and riveting look at how that came about from start to finish.
What a GREAT cover shot And check out some example pages below - lots to read, previously unpublished photos and newly discovered articles. It was Muhoberac who played piano for Elvis' at his sensational Las Vegas return to live performing.
And while Elvis left the building long ago, Muhoberac who also played alongside Ray Charles, Neil Diamond and Barbra Streisand before moving to Australia with his wife Andra in - is now living at a nursing home near Sydney. In an interview early last year, Muhoberac recalled his first meeting with The King at Graceland. Nothing outrageous. He had one person at the gate to see who was coming in.
I drove up. I drove up the driveway and went to the back door. He still had a screen-door entrance and everything else. He remembers working with Elvis, Charles and Streisand with great affection. We were looked after really well. All the times were good. He contributed that and that was a major contribution. If a song was a little under or over the tempo, Elvis was very aware of that. Something had happened. All the dissipated features, the general lack of physical health.
He did not look healthy. He looked very ill. The excitement of Elvis' return to live performances in August would never be repeated. Million Dollar Quartet cancels Australian Tour!
No reason or details have been announced with the 'Australian Tour' still being noted on the MDQ official website. EIN members are disappointed as we were all looking forward to seeing the award winning production. The production, inspired by the true story of the famous recording session which brought together icons Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash, Jerry Lee Lewis and Carl Perkins for the first and only time, was due to open at the Comedy Theatre in Melbourne on December 8, before heading to Sydney, Gold Coast, Adelaide and Perth.
The show opened in February and featured a talented cast of actors and musicians who played their own instruments onstage. The show was a massive success with more than 1, performances and will be fondly remembered for its charismatic cast, top-notch performances.
Meanwhile ' Elvis' Gold Records Vol. It features two legendary shows from the Mid-South Coliseum, Memphis, the March 17, evening show and June 10, performance.
This concert provided us with the great Ed Bonja cover photo for the 'From EP Boulevard' album below so you know that Elvis was up for a good time!. In early interviews, Elvis divulged that spiritual music was his first love and he publicly continued to reaffirm. With special bonus 30 track CD.
The European dates will follow hot on the heels of six arena concerts in the United Kingdom in November see info below - which are all set to be sold out.
Royal Philharmonic Orchestra" is set for release on October 21, However Marty Lacker has confirmed that it is a book that Lamar wanted to publish - but never managed to finish before he sadly passed away.
Marty tells EIN that it is a fine book with some good stories and info within its covers. Lamar's cousin is a "good guy" and this is what Lamar would have liked to have seen published for the fans. This page book of informed and tantalizing insights into the character of the man who irreversibly changed 20th-century musical and cultural history.
A member of Elvis' famed "Memphis Mafia", Fike lived with Elvis and his parents at Graceland in and became intimately aware of the complex family history and dynamics that would influence Elvis until his final hour. In conversations with the authors, Lamar Fike repeatedly emphasized this book as a way of presenting and preserving as much "real truth" about Elvis as possible.
It presents the iconic artist's unmistakable voice and most dramatic original performances augmented with lush new orchestral accompaniment. Featuring beloved Presley classics along with several surprises, standout tracks include a sultry new version of " A Big Hunk O' Love," the glorious "Amazing Grace," the heartfelt emotion of "Kentucky Rain" and a stunning new take on the classic "Always On My Mind.
Rudy Grayzell. Miss Pearl. Jimmy Wages. Right Behind You Baby. Move Baby Move. Get Rhythm. My Baby. James Cotton. In the Dark. The Fools Hall of Fame. Rudi Richardson. The Boogie Disease. Doctor Ross. Split Personality. Look to Jesus. The Jones Brothers. Feelin' Low. Ernie Chaffin. Baker Shop Boogie. Hula Bop. Smokey Joe Baugh. Ain't That Right. Eddie Snow. Tell 'Em Off. I Feel So Worried. Please Convince Me. Buddy Blake. Feelin Bad. Ten Years.
Jack Clement. Time Has Made a Change. Jimmy DeBerry. Call of the Wild. Texas Bill Strength. Don't Do That. The Five Tinos.
Sherrys Lips. David Houston. Cheese and Crackers. Gone and Left Me Blues. Jimmy Louis. Jelly Roll King. Frank Frost. Dane Stinit. Brad Suggs. Walkin' and Talkin'. Mack Owen. Reconsider Baby. Billy Adams. The Return of Jerry Lee. I put that down as one of the great honors of my career.
In , Noe Goldwasser, the founding editor of Guitar World magazine, described Are You Experienced as "the album that shook the world He insisted that the event would be incomplete without Hendrix, whom he called "an absolute ace on the guitar", and he agreed to join the board of organizers on the condition that the Experience perform at the festival in mid-June. On June 18, ,  introduced by Brian Jones as "the most exciting performer [he had] ever heard", Hendrix opened with a fast arrangement of Howlin' Wolf's song "Killing Floor", wearing what author Keith Shadwick described as "clothes as exotic as any on display elsewhere.
When Jimi Hendrix set his guitar on fire at the Monterey Pop Festival he created one of rock's most perfect moments.
Standing in the front row of that concert was a year-old boy named Ed Caraeff. Caraeff had never seen Hendrix before nor heard his music, but he had a camera with him and there was one shot left in his roll of film. As Hendrix lit his guitar, Caraeff took a final photo. It would become one of the most famous images in rock and roll.
Caraeff stood on a chair next to the edge of the stage while taking a series of four monochrome pictures of Hendrix burning his guitar. Rolling Stone later colorized the image, matching it with other pictures taken at the festival before using the shot for a magazine cover.
Whitaker wrote: "Hendrix's burning of his guitar became an iconic image in rock history and brought him national attention. You sacrifice things you love. I love my guitar. Pennebaker , and later included in the concert documentary Monterey Pop , which helped Hendrix gain popularity with the US public.
The Experience outperformed Jefferson Airplane during the first two nights, and replaced them at the top of the bill on the fifth. The second Experience album, Axis: Bold as Love , opens with the track "EXP", which utilized microphonic and harmonic feedback in a new, creative fashion. The scheduled release date for Axis was almost delayed when Hendrix lost the master tape of side one of the LP, leaving it in the back seat of a London taxi.
Bassist Noel Redding had a tape recording of this mix, which had to be smoothed out with an iron as it had gotten wrinkled. Axis featured psychedelic cover art that depicts Hendrix and the Experience as various avatars of Vishnu , incorporating a painting of them by Roger Law , from a photo-portrait by Karl Ferris. I'm not that kind of Indian. While author and journalist Richie Unterberger described Axis as the least impressive Experience album, according to author Peter Doggett, the release "heralded a new subtlety in Hendrix's work".
It could have been the start of any potential conflict between him and Chas in the studio. Recording for the Experience's third and final studio album, Electric Ladyland , began as early as December 20, , at Olympic Studios. It was a party, not a session. During the Electric Ladyland recording sessions, Hendrix began experimenting with other combinations of musicians, including Jefferson Airplane's Jack Casady and Traffic's Steve Winwood , who played bass and organ, respectively, on the minute slow-blues jam, " Voodoo Chile ".
King, Al Kooper , and Elvin Bishop. In January , after an absence of more than six months, Hendrix briefly moved back into his girlfriend Kathy Etchingham's Brook Street apartment, which was next door to the Handel House Museum in the West End of London. By February , Redding had grown weary of Hendrix's unpredictable work ethic and his creative control over the Experience's music.
On the second it was no show at all. I went to the pub for three hours, came back, and it was still ages before Jimi ambled in.
Then we argued On the last day, I just watched it happen for a while, and then went back to my flat. The last performance of the original Experience lineup took place on June 29, , at Barry Fey's Denver Pop Festival , a three-day event held at Denver 's Mile High Stadium that was marked by police using tear gas to control the audience.
If we'd go out, Jimi would stay in his room. But any bad feelings came from us being three guys who were traveling too hard, getting too tired, and taking too many drugs I liked Hendrix. I don't like Mitchell. Soon after Redding's departure, Hendrix began lodging at the eight-bedroom Ashokan House, in the hamlet of Boiceville near Woodstock in upstate New York, where he had spent some time vacationing in mid By , Hendrix was the world's highest-paid rock musician.
The band rehearsed for less than two weeks before the performance, and according to Mitchell, they never connected musically. Hendrix decided to move his midnight Sunday slot to Monday morning, closing the show.
For short, it's nothin' but a 'Band of Gypsys'. Hendrix's performance included a rendition of the US national anthem, " The Star-Spangled Banner ", with copious feedback, distortion, and sustain to imitate the sounds made by rockets and bombs. Three weeks later Hendrix said: "We're all Americans We play it the way the air is in America today.
The air is slightly static, see. Upon leaving the stage, he collapsed from exhaustion. A legal dispute arose in regarding a record contract that Hendrix had entered into the previous year with producer Ed Chalpin. Hendrix decided that they would record the LP, Band of Gypsys , during two live appearances. Hendrix had been recording with Cox since April and jamming with Miles since September, and the trio wrote and rehearsed material which they performed at a series of four shows over two nights on December 31 and January 1, at the Fillmore East.
They used recordings of these concerts to assemble the LP, which was produced by Hendrix. In this performance, Jimi transcended the medium of rock music, and set an entirely new standard for the potential of electric guitar. The Band of Gypsys album was the only official live Hendrix LP made commercially available during his lifetime; several tracks from the Woodstock and Monterey shows were released later that year. He didn't move until it was time for the show.
He then began playing "Earth Blues" before telling the audience: "That's what happens when earth fucks with space". Soon after the abruptly ended Band of Gypsys performance and their subsequent dissolution, Jeffery made arrangements to reunite the original Experience lineup. During the first half of , Hendrix sporadically worked on material for what would have been his next LP.
Forum , performing for 20, people. At one of them, the second Atlanta International Pop Festival , on July 4, he played to the largest American audience of his career. With round windows, an ambient lighting machine, and a psychedelic mural, Storyk wanted the studio to have a relaxing environment that would encourage Hendrix's creativity. When the European leg of the Cry of Love tour began, Hendrix was longing for his new studio and creative outlet, and was not eager to fulfill the commitment.
On September 2, , he abandoned a performance in Aarhus after three songs, stating: "I've been dead a long time". Three days after the performance, Cox, who was suffering from severe paranoia after either taking LSD or being given it unknowingly, quit the tour and went to stay with his parents in Pennsylvania.
His performance was uncharacteristically subdued; he quietly played backing guitar, and refrained from the histrionics that people had come to expect from him.
Hendrix entered a small club in Clarksville, Tennessee, in July , drawn in by live music. People tell me I get foolish, good-natured sometimes.
Anyway, I guess I felt real benevolent that day. I must have been handing out bills to anyone that asked me. I came out of that place with sixteen dollars left. Shapiro and Glebbeek, however, assert that Hendrix used it in June at the earliest while attending the Monterey Pop Festival.
One of Keith's friends offered Hendrix acid , a street name for LSD, but Hendrix asked for LSD instead, showing what Cross describes as "his naivete and his complete inexperience with psychedelics".
Hendrix would often become angry and violent when he drank too much alcohol or when he mixed alcohol with drugs. In January , the Experience travelled to Sweden for a one-week tour of Europe. During the early morning hours of the first day, Hendrix became engaged in a drunken brawl in the Hotel Opalen in Gothenburg , smashing a plate-glass window and injuring his right hand, for which he received medical treatment. This album is about the neighborhoods we live in and our lives here.
Since their self-titled debut in through to their comeback album, The Missing Peace , L. The ten-song collection spans old-time music, Appalachian folk, redemptive country blues, and winsome balladry. Each song is elegantly essential, using teardrop pedal steel guitar, delicate fingerpicked passages, emotive harmony vocals, and stately violin touches as delicate dynamic touches.
Intuitive, authentic, and full of ruthless rhythms, the Malawian Madalitso Band will make you clap, dance, smile, and rethink everything you thought you knew about African sound and instrumentation. Acoustic string, tablas and Fender Rhodes appear in lush moments of kaleidoscopic decadence woven into the fabric of the pounding elemental thunder.
Recently released on cassette — now available on CD and vinyl. Hip-hop pioneer Mathematik is meticulous with his craft. His work knows no shortcuts and the proof is in his finely managed sound. They continued to reunite on several tracks after, and now offer Child Of The Jungle. Includes bonus tracks and remixes by Tiga, Jason Nevins, and Almighty.
A drummer and composer whose music enthusiastically defies category, Sean Noonan prefers the title Rhythmic Storyteller — an apt description for a modern-day sonic griot who spins imaginative yarns in the ancient tradition of wandering minstrels while weaving captivating narrative tapestries via his unique polyrhythmic language.
Pop rock band O. Pomerantz has brought new ideas to the table and blends O. The debut studio album by rapper Offset features guest appearances by J.
Chirping birds, gently lapping tempos and the nascent harmonization of Bridgid Dawson and John Dwyer detail a definitive highlight of their early quiet period of the band. The Swiss newcomers embrace extreme metal, growls and hyperblasts as much as they cherish electronica and soaring melodies.
The band explores everything with unrestrained curiosity and zeal, never losing their collective bond with the audience. Sleaford Mods are one of the most important, politically charged and thought-provoking duos currently making their mark on the UK music scene and beyond. Eaton Alive is their fifth album and first since parting ways with Rough Trade.
Strait returns to the country music spotlight with his first album of all new material in four years. Recorded in her childhood home during the dead of winter, the record-named for the universe-chilling opposite the big bang-is a departure for Stevenson.
Though her pedigree is in punk, Freeze has little in the way of distortion. Exhaling the ashes from acrimony, Totaled materialized in and recorded its ferociously blackened-hardcore debut album Lament. Pummeling blasts and d-beats pound into orbiting shadows of pixelated black, beneath a pulverizing dense nihilistic bass distorted into a mournful funeral offering. Here lies a digested celestial nothingness, a symphony frozen in a cyclical noose, gnawed by the bacterial ether.
Triumvir Foul returns after a short lull following Spiritual Bloodshed with a four-song exhibition showcasing their more caustic elements. An Anthology of Greek Experimental Electronic Music aspires to map the heterogeneous landscape of Greek experimental electronic music in all its contextual, sociopolitical, geographical and aesthetic disparity.
With a single exception: it zeroes in on posts music. Compiled by collector and DJ Duncan Brooker. Velvet Desert Music combines elements of rock, folk, country, surf, krautrock, and psychedelic in contemporary electronic music.
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