I love this finish from the original "that's the way it it" movie. Many of the songs they used for the original movie were better than the special addition in '01. Also, they should've used "Patch it up" from the opening show of this engagement. #elvisistheman#elvis#GOAT
I can’t decide if this is cool or creepy. Either way, be safe out there. The day before Thanksgiving has been said to have the most car accidents. Don’t know if that’s true but I’ve witnessed a few on on this day over the years. So quit filming yourself in slo-mo and be careful. 😜😘 Happy day before Thanksgiving! Let the baking begin!!!
When I started planning my Memphis road trip, I knew I wanted to try to find where one of my all-time favorite albums, Dusty Springfield’s “Dusty in Memphis” was recorded.
Here at 827 Thomas Street, American Sound Studio generated more than 120 hits from 1967-1972.
The building was torn down in 1989 and the lot today is a Family Dollar Store.
Elvis Presley recorded “In the Ghetto” and “Suspicious Minds” here; Neil Diamond recorded “Sweet Caroline” and B.J. Thomas and Burt Bacharach recorded “Raindrops Keep Fallin’ on My Head.”
And then there’s British blue-eyed soul singer Dusty Springfield: Hoping to give her career a little boost, Dusty came to Memphis in November 1968 to record with the very best session musicians from Atlantic Records.
It was at the Memphis sessions that Dusty told the heads of Atlantic Records, Jerry Wexler and Arif Marden, that they needed to sign this new band she liked: Led Zeppelin.
“Dusty in Memphis” frequently ranks in the top 100 albums of all time.