And I have to end with Elvis' first RCA recording and his first Number One song:
Hope everyone has a great Monday.
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Happy Birthday Elvis. Head and shoulders above the others.ReplyDelete
Happy Birthday Elvis, it was my dream to see you one day. Although that never happened I am still able to listen to your Music which I am grateful for. I can't wait to check out the other Musicians and songs you shared with us.ReplyDelete
Totally awesome my friend. Love the Elvis tune & video you chose too. OMG Forgot all about Ricky Nelson, so glad you didn't! Love your picks to say the least. Big hugs and have a great day!ReplyDelete
WOW, you really brought a lot of pAwesome tunes from Elvis' era to the dance floor! You know I don't remember the name, Guy Mithchell? I may have to check out more of his mewsic to see if his other songs juggle my memory. Ricky Nelson was such a smooth singer. The one thing I appreciate about the 50s is how clean-cut the entertainers were. I really like that, too. Looking back at the way Elvis moved is nothing compared to the way entertainers move today which is very embarssing to watch sometimes. Thanks for sharing the dance floor with the 4M gang, my friend. Have a boogietastic week!
These are some classics here! Thank you for sharing this with us at #Triumphanttales. I hope to see you back next week!ReplyDelete
Oh I remember watching the film Blue Hawaii actually on Waikiki beach on honeymoon 16 years ago. It was the first Elvis film I actually properly watched. I love the song 'Hawaii, Island Of Love'. It hold special memories for both my husband and I x #TriumphantTalesReplyDelete
Happy birthday to Elvis. I still remember so well where I was when I heard he had passed away. You have a couple of my growing up favs here - Traveling Man and Mack the Knife. (Bobby Darin went to my high school - he died so tragically young.)ReplyDelete
These are definitely some real good oldies.ReplyDelete
Thanks for the dance.
Hope you are having a good week!
Funny that you posted Bobby Darin. We are getting ready for "Shark Week" at school. I've had this song in my head!ReplyDelete
Looks like a great selection here Patrick. I am going to play a few now to remind myself :)ReplyDelete
Thanks so much for sharing your post with us at Creative Mondays. Have a great weekend and we hope to see you soon.
Awesome choices as usual, Patrick! These are my parents favorites! ;) Thanks for the dance!ReplyDelete
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