Jailhouse Rock and Love Me Tender.
Love me tender.
It's sad, but In the Ghetto.
Return To Sender.
I thought maybe some would like to see what computer graphics can do. Here's Celine Dion "singing with" Elvis on American Idol. She was born about 8 yeas before he died.
Celine Dion and Elvis Presley sing "If I Can Dream".
I'm not a fan of his songs nor listening to him regularly. I don't think it be a surprise cause i didn't born anytime near his era. The one i usually listen is "Heartbreak Hotel" .
But definitely respect him. He's a true legend. He defined an era. An era of music, Rock N Roll, fashion of clothing, Hairstyle, and Dance. He opened Rock N Roll to a new direction, i know there was a day that almost everyone were talking about him and his music was the one to listen. He was an amazing person one and off the stage. And he served our amazing country as well. A big salute for anything he has done and achieved and for every memory and legacy he has left.
I face many people today, they have no idea about America but they know this man as an American musician.
R.I.P Legend ♥
This was on the "B" side of a 45 that I bought many, many years ago.
Great Beat, great lyrics:
Elvis Presley-(Marie's The Name) His Latest Flame
I cannot think of even one Elvis song that I really, really like - even though I came of age in his era. I find him interesting because of his historical contribution...John Lennon famously said, "Before Elvis, there was nothing."
And from the biography on AllMusic:
"Elvis Presley may be the single most important figure in American 20th century popular music. Not necessarily the best... But no one could argue with the fact that he was the musician most responsible for popularizing rock & roll on an international level."