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Authentically Elvis
17 Views · 12 months ago

“Fame and Fortune” was the fourth song that Elvis recorded during his first post army recording session at RCA’s Studio B in Nashville on 20 March 1960. The song is of the type that Elvis had become fond of during his time in Germany on National Service, and which he would return to time and time again throughout the remainder of his career.
Ballads like this, with a powerful narrative and a strong vocal line, always seemed to bring the best out of Elvis and would result in some of his greatest performances both in the studio and on stage.
Elvis recorded seven songs at that historic session, but this was the only song which did not result in a single satisfactory master being achieved. After fifteen takes, the decision was taken to create the RCA master using a splice of the last two takes. The song would then be released as the flip side to the worldwide hit “Stuck On You” and would be Elvis’ first post army single.
Just six days after recording the song, Elvis would perform it at The Fontainbleau Hotel in Florida during the taping of “The Frank Sinatra Timex Show: Welcome Home Elvis”. The “A” side of the single would also be performed during the show and the TV Special aired on 12 May 1960 at 9.30pm on ABC.

As with all of these videos, to get the most out of the audio, I highly recommend you use ear /headphones and turn the volume up as much as you dare!

Authentically Elvis
17 Views · 12 months ago

“Fame and Fortune” was the fourth song that Elvis recorded during his first post army recording session at RCA’s Studio B in Nashville on 20 March 1960. The song is of the type that Elvis had become fond of during his time in Germany on National Service, and which he would return to time and time again throughout the remainder of his career.
Ballads like this, with a powerful narrative and a strong vocal line, always seemed to bring the best out of Elvis and would result in some of his greatest performances both in the studio and on stage.
Elvis recorded seven songs at that historic session, but this was the only song which did not result in a single satisfactory master being achieved. After fifteen takes, the decision was taken to create the RCA master using a splice of the last two takes. The song would then be released as the flip side to the worldwide hit “Stuck On You” and would be Elvis’ first post army single.
Just six days after recording the song, Elvis would perform it at The Fontainbleau Hotel in Florida during the taping of “The Frank Sinatra Timex Show: Welcome Home Elvis”. The “A” side of the single would also be performed during the show and the TV Special aired on 12 May 1960 at 9.30pm on ABC.

As with all of these videos, to get the most out of the audio, I highly recommend you use ear /headphones and turn the volume up as much as you dare!

Authentically Elvis
14 Views · 12 months ago

Elvis Presley sang Oh Happy Day during a 1970 rehearsal in Las Vegas.

Authentically Elvis
21 Views · 12 months ago

Thank you to The Ultimate Elvis Channel by Leon on YouTube for this video.
"Originally envisaged as a duet between the two lead actors of the 1963 movie, "Viva Las Vegas", Elvis and Ann Margret recorded the song together on 11 July 1963 with a view to including the duet in the movie. After Elvis recorded the RCA master and record version later that same morning at Radio Recorders' studio B in Hollywood, as a solo recording, the duet idea was dropped. For inclusion in the movie, Elvis' vocals were removed from the master before Elvis re-recorded his vocals on 8 August 1963, and the final version was then further edited for it's inclusion in the film.Therefore, this video is split chronologically into four parts :Part One – The DuetPart Two – The Record VersionPart Three – The Backing TrackPart Four – The Movie Version (vocal overdub to part three)s with all of these videos, to get the most out of the re-edited audio, I highly recommend you use ear /headphones and turn the volume up as much as you dare!"

Authentically Elvis
22 Views · 12 months ago

Tribute to the most brilliant and charismatic frontman through his legendary performances.

Thank you to Gianni Guerriero on YouTube to whom this video belongs.

Authentically Elvis
19 Views · 1 year ago

⁣Elvis Presley made television and entertainment history with his Elvis,
Aloha from Hawaii concert, performed at the Honolulu International
Center Arena on January 14, 1973. It was beamed live via Globecam
Satellite to various countries, on a delayed basis to approximately
thirty European countries and it first aired in America that April 4th
on NBC in edited form. The American broadcast version included four
"insert" songs that were shot just after the concert. In all, the
concert was seen in over forty countries by close to 1.5 billion people.

Authentically Elvis
22 Views · 1 year ago

Please enjoy this video of Elvis rehearsing for his shows at the International Hotel in 1970.

Authentically Elvis
22 Views · 1 year ago

I'll Never Fall In Love Again recorded February 4,1976 in the Jungle Room at Graceland, Memphis, TN.

Authentically Elvis
17 Views · 1 year ago

. They are from his 2nd sit down show on June 27th,1968.
⁣Heartbreak Hotel

Baby, What'd You Want Me To Do

Blue Suede Shoes

One Night

Authentically Elvis
16 Views · 1 year ago

Elvis Presley may have been born with the rock 'n roll in his blood but without poverty, southern culture and a mother whom he adored, Elvis Aaron Presley might have been just another poor white guy rather than the King of Rock 'n Roll. Narrated by prolific country musician and actor Kris Kristofferson, this feature-length documentary takes an intimate look at Elvis's childhood growing up in Tupelo, Mississippi. Before the gold records, movie deals and infamous variety show performances, Elvis lived a meager and unassuming life with his parents Gladys and Vernon in a quiet Mississippi town struggling through the Great Depression.

From his father's prison time and being raised in public housing, on through his first record, pivotal partnership with Colonel Tom Parker, and concluding with his triumphant homecoming concert in 1956, this documentary offers invaluable insight into the upbringing that would result in the legendary King of Rock 'n Roll. Elvis: Return to Tupelo also features interviews with Elvis biographer Pat Broeske, journalist John Steigenthaler and Tupelo historian Roy Turner.

Guided by vintage audio and video material as well as new interviews with childhood friends, local radio personalities and contemporary musicians, ELVIS: RETURN TO TUPELO unearths the events and influences that would inspire both his music and personality.

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Authentically Elvis
18 Views · 1 year ago

Enjoy this video of Elvis being himself and having a good time. He was ⁣in Hotel Grunewald Bad Nauheim, Germany (1958) during this recording. He was there during his military service.

Authentically Elvis
16 Views · 1 year ago

Enjoy this video of Elvis & Graceland historian Angie Marchese taking you through the archives at Graceland.
Thank you to the EP Fan Archive on YouTube for this video.

Authentically Elvis
10 Views · 1 year ago

Enjoy this tribute to Elvis doing one of his favorite things, riding his horses on the grounds of Graceland. He was a skilled rider.

Thank you to EP Fan Archive on YouTube for this video.

Authentically Elvis
20 Views · 1 year ago

REMASTERED IN 4K by Akshat Luthra Elvis Presley performs "Little Sister" Live at The International Hotel on August 12, 1970, during Midnight Show. Mixed with Elvis singing Get Back in the rehearsal footage from July 29, 1970. This was filmed for "That's The Way It Is" (1970)

Thank you to Akshat Luthra for this video

Authentically Elvis
16 Views · 1 year ago

"Elvis performs "Return to Sender" in 4K. Remastered, Edited, and Stereo Mixed by Akshat Luthra. From the 1962 film, Girls! Girls! Girls! Recorded on March 27, 1962, at Radio Recorders in Hollywood. The song was written by Winfield Scott and Otis Blackwell.#1 US Record World #1 US Cashbox #2 US Billboard Hot 100 #1 UK Singles Chart #1 Irish Singles Charts #1 Norwegian Record Chart.Lyrics:(She wrote upon it)Return to senderAddress unknownNo such numberNo such zoneWe had a quarrelA lover's spatI write I'm sorryBut my letter keeps coming backDisclaimerAll The Song Copyrights Belong To Their Real Respective Owners, This Video Is For Listening Pleasures and Entertainment Purposes Only. No Copyright Intended."
Thank you to Akshat Luthra on YouTube for this video.

Authentically Elvis
10 Views · 1 year ago

Please enjoy this video of Elvis' family give their opinion on Agent Elvis.

Authentically Elvis
21 Views · 1 year ago

Enjoy this scene from G.I. Blues where Elvis sings the song Wooden Heart.

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Authentically Elvis
12 Views · 1 year ago

Please enjoy this Elvis Presley Playlist featuring the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra.

Songs featured...


Burning Love
It's Now or Never
Love Me Tender
Fever
Bridge Over Troubled Water
And the Grass Won't Pay No Mind
You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin'

There's Always Me
Can't Help Falling in Love
In the Ghetto
How Great Thou Art
Steamroller Blues
An American Trilogy
If I Can Dream
Anything That's Part of You
What Now My Love
Heartbreak Hotel
A Big Hunk O' Love
I've Got A Thing About You Baby
Suspicious Minds
Don't

I Just Can't Help Believin'

Just Pretend
Love Letters
Amazing Grace


Thank you to ZivkoM Aleksoski on YouTube for this playlist.

Authentically Elvis
18 Views · 1 year ago

Enjoy this iconic pool house scene from Jailhouse Rock (1957)

Authentically Elvis
17 Views · 1 year ago

Please enjoy this video of Elvis performing American Trilogy.

Thank you to Just Relax and Breathe on YouTube for publishing this video.

Authentically Elvis
12 Views · 1 year ago

Elvis - A Boy from Tupelo | The Beginnings of Elvis Presley

Thank you to Vali Greceanu on YouTube for publishing this video.

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