Friday, July 27, 2007

 

Elvis Presley #1, his first performances

Just a few weeks and it's 30 years ago Elvis 'the king' died.
I suppose there will be a lot of BLoggers who will remember that day in their own way.
I plan to make a short serie of Elvis. Here's my first contribution. Here it all started.

In Memphis a local boy liked music, played a little guitar. Rocorded in Sam Phillips studio on July 18, 1953 'My Happiness & That's When Your Heartaches Begin' and gave that acetate recording to his mother as an extra birthday present.
Performed on stage as a beginner. But everyone was immediately in love with the guy, especially the girls. Performed in the open air on several occasions but his breakthrough came in the Lousiana Hayride in 1955.
On this picture you see on the left Scotty Moore, in the middle 'gentleman' Jim Reeves and on the right Elvis.

Today I present The Complete Louisiana Hayride Archives (although I have a few more ...), a narrated 100 minutes of listening pleasure.
So quickly move, as always, to my personal 'archives' : the comment section.

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Presley, Elvis - The Complete Louisiana Hayride Archives

Note : narrated !!

01-Presley, Elvis - Introduction
02-Presley, Elvis - That's All Right, Mama 10_16_1954
03-Presley, Elvis - Blue Moon Of Kentucky 10_16_1954
04-Presley, Elvis - Hearts Of Stone (Rare Recording) 01_15_1955
05-Presley, Elvis - That's All Right, Mama (Previously Unreleased) 01_15_1955
06-Presley, Elvis - Tweedle Dee 01_22_1955
07-Presley, Elvis - Money, Honey 01_22_1955
08-Presley, Elvis - Blue Moon Of Kentucky (Previously Unreleased) 01_22_1955
09-Presley, Elvis - I Don't Care If The Sun Don't Shine 01_22_1955
10-Presley, Elvis - That's All Right, Mama 01_22_1955
11-Presley, Elvis - Introduction
12-Presley, Elvis - Good Rockin' Tonight 04_19_1955
13-Presley, Elvis - I Got A Woman 04_19_1955
14-Presley, Elvis - Tweedle Dee 04_30_1955
15-Presley, Elvis - I'm Left, You're Right, She's Gone (Rare Recording) 07_15_1955
16-Presley, Elvis - Baby, Let's Play House 08_20_1955
17-Presley, Elvis - Maybelline (Rare Recording) 08_20_1955
18-Presley, Elvis - That's All Right, Mama 08_20_1955
19-Presley, Elvis - I Was The One 12_15_1956
20-Presley, Elvis - Love Me Tender 12_15_1956
21-Presley, Elvis - Hound Dog 12_15_1956
22-Presley, Elvis - Elvis Has Left The Building 12_15_1956
23-Presley, Elvis - Info

Link :
http://r#pidsh#re.com/files/45246550/P_E-CLH_55_56.rar

Of course you understand to replace twice the '#' in an 'a' !!

Pass : JD_070726

File is a small 90MB, 'cause the songs are only in 128kbits

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When you see this in Google cache (or alike) you actually have to go to my BLog and this comment otherwise you cannot copy/paste this ! If you don't wanna come to me of course you can also write it down ...... :-)
http://jeansmusicblog.blogspot.com/
http://jeansmusicblog.blogspot.com/2006_07_01_archive.html
So go back to 'Google search' and click on my main 'Blog link' instead of the 'Google cache'.
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the pw doesn't work !!
please tell the correct pw
thx anonymus
 
Hi anonymous, can't you even copy/paste a pass ????
But I checked the upload and pass.

GGGGRRRRRRRRRRRRRR Stupid me !!!! Now I see and you are quite right !!!!!!!

Indeed I gave a wrong pass..... :-(

Pass must be : 070726

So only the 6 digits !! Sorry !!
 
EDIT !!!!

The correct archive link is :
http://jeansmusicblog.blogspot.com/2007_07_01_archive.html
 
It is with great pride that I say my father played the Louisiana Hayride with these greats. I am glad you have this site it is becoming a lost legacy in music. My Father played as "The Alabama Flash" aka Jimmy Robinson, aka George "Jimmy" Dupree.

He passed several years ago but played music through his final days.
His Casket was drawn with flowers forming a "Guitar".

Thank you
Jim Dupree Jr.
Borgite2@yahoo.com
 
Nice memories Jim !
One of the little, to me important, things my Blog is intended for : by this your father will also be remembered on the internet.
 
I would like to get in touch with Jimmy Dupree Jr. I'm so sorry to hear about his death. We hung out together in the 70's I have one of Jimmy 33 RPM records. One side has a song that Jimmy wrote himself entitled "So Long I'm Gone" I also have a picture of Jimmy when he was young and was working with a agent out of Nashville and a cassette with Jimmy singing and playing guitar and piano.
 
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