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Get Up And Party. Duke University Press; I remember crying. Director and co-producer Steve Binder had worked hard to produce a show that was far from the hour of Christmas songs Parker had originally planned. This gives the viewer a more complete picture of the times, as well as in this case, allowing some other talented performers -- who had the misfortune to appear when Elvis did -- a chance to shine. Star Image.
Contributors direct2dance , doginthebath , dj-andy-g , doomy Elvis Presley Megamix. Return To Sender. All Shook Up. Teddy Bear. Hound Dog. King Creole. His Latest Flame. Devil In Disguise. Girls Girls Girls. All the girls screamed, and the boys egged him on. Carl had seen similar responses to his music, but he never knew if the tumult was more the product of genuine excitement over the sounds or the alcohol taking hold.
Here there was no question - it was the music and it was the artist. For all his apparent confidence, though, between songs Elvis revealed his unease. In his patter he stuttered badly and tripped over himself, figuratively, trying to crack jokes.
It might have made him even more enduring to the females, but it most certainly was a piece with his signing style, in which he incorporated a stuttering technique that added extra tension to his material. With the applause rising, he jumped up and scooted out of sight, heading for the fire escape that would lead him to his car.
On arrival Carl found Sam Phillips uninterested but after much pleading was granted an audition. Carl had one foot in the door. A career had begun. By the time Carl had made his debut disc, Elvis Presley had two more singles out and was busy touring the south and southwest, building his audience on the road.
Carl first played on the same show as Elvis when he was booked for two shows in Mariana and West Memphis, Arkansas. As the opening act with a country record to his name, he received a polite reception and no more. Elvis Presley was the attraction. The nervousness Carl thought he had detected at Bethal Springs turned out to be the real thing. He and Elvis had spent a little time at Sun together, and Carl had come to know him as polite, sincere, ambitious and completely devoted to his music career.
Backstage before their shows together, Elvis paced the dressing room, unable to sit still. Elvis said. When Elvis went on he starred just like when Carl watched him in Bethal Springs.
Watching Elvis helped Carl refine his stage persona. Despite his nervousness, Elvis had a natural instinct for performing, and he had an infallible sense of style, of what looked good on him.
Sam Phillips suggested to Carl that he seek out Elvis for advice and follow his lead to Beale Street. In the middle of the store sat a long, rectangular table piled high with factory-fresh, wildly patterned, boldly synthetic silk shirts. Elvis started digging through the shirts, tossing the rejects to the far end of the table.
Finally he pulled out a shinny blue shirt, silk looking, if not the real thing. Carl tried it on and showed Elvis who approved. After taking care of Carl, Elvis tendered to his own needs, Picking carefully through the entire table of shirts, settling on one that had the most bizarre multicolor design and tried it on.
Emerging from the dressing room bold and vibrant, he adjusted the fit in the mirror as one of the Lansky Brothers looked on approvingly. Then Elvis turned up the collar, and Carl saw him transform into the Hillbilly Cat in front of his eyes. Carl had noticed shoes of blue suede showing up in stores around Jackson and Memphis, but writing about them seemed silly to Carl who could not relate to them. Johnny told Carl the story about C. White and the blue suede shoes. When they got a three day pass they would get out their best uniforms, polish the brass, and spit-shine their shoes.
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