February 14, 1964 : Elvis' check which he used to pay for the yacht that he donated to St Jude's
Elvis' donation of President Franklin D. Roosevelt's beloved 'Floating White House', the USS Potomac, to St. Jude. This is Elvis' check which he used to pay for the yacht that he donated to St Jude's.
Elvis' check which he used to pay for the yacht that he donated to St Jude's.
The Movies of 1963
The Movies in Photos
Elvis Presley 1964
January 12 1964 RCA Studio B : Nashville, Tennessee
After this session Elvis recorded nothing but movie soundtracks, mostly in Hollywood until may 1966. Unsatisfied with his life for complex professional and personal reasons, he did not venture into the Nashville studios to cut any album material. When he did finally decide to record new material, he returned to the studio with new musicians and a new producer, Felton Jarvis.
February 4, 1964 : Elvis' check which he used to pay for the yacht that he donated to St Jude's
March 2, 1964 Radio Recorders - Hollywood, California
March 3, 1964 Radio Recorders - Hollywood, California
Big Love Big Heartache RPA3 5265-17
One Track Heart RPA3 5271-05
I'm A Roustabout (Roustabout No. 2) ____-NA
It's Carnival Time (Track) ____-02
It's Carnival Time (Movie Version) ____-NA
It's Carnival Time (Vocal Overdub) RPA3 5269-09
Carny Town RPA3 5266-09
There's A Brand New Day On The Horizon RPA3 5274-05
Wheels On My Heels RPA3 5275-07
Little Egypt (Remake) WPA5 2553-21
Little Egypt (Movie Version - Composite) ____-SP
April 29, 1964 Radio Recorders - Hollywood, California
Roustabout (Track) ____-11
May 14, 1964 Radio Recorders - Hollywood, California
Roustabout (Vocal Overdub) RPA3 5273-17
March 6, Kissin' Cousins opens nationally. One of the poorest quality films of his career, it still quickly hits number eleven at the box office, then quickly falls, and the album goes top ten.
May 17, Viva Las Vegas opens nationally and goes to number eight at the box office
It's one of the better Elvis movies of this period, and the songs are better as well.
June 10, 1964 Radio Recorders - Hollywood, California
June 11, 1964 Radio Recorders - Hollywood, California
June 12, 1964 Radio Recorders - Hollywood, California
Startin' Tonight (Track) ____-03
Do The Clam (Track) ____-05
Wolf Call (Track) ____-08
Girl Happy (End Title) ____-NA
Girl Happy (Composite - Speeded Up) SPA3 2001-SP
Spring Fever (Movie Version) ____-SP
June 15, 1964 Radio Recorders - Hollywood, California
Wolf Call (Vocal Overdub - Edit) SPA3 2005-05
Do The Clam (Vocal Overdub) SPA3 2009-02
Fort Lauderdale Chamber Of Commerce (V.O. - Edit) SPA3 2003-02
Startin' Tonight (Vocal Overdub - Edit) SPA3 2004-04
I've Got To Find My Baby (Vocal Overdub - Edit) SPA3 2011-01
November 11, Roustabout opens nationally and hits number eight at the box office. The soundtrack goes to number one on the Billboard pop album chart as it represents some of the best Elvis movie music in a while.
Tupelo's Own Elvis Presley DVD + 16 page booklet. Never before have we seen an Elvis concert from the 50's with sound. Until Now! The DVD Contains recently discovered Unreleased Film of Elvis performing 6 songs, including Heartbreak Hotel and Don’t Be Cruel, live in Tupelo Mississippi 1956. Included we see a live performance of the elusive Long Tall Sally seen here for the first time ever. This is an excellent release no fan should be without it. The 'parade' footage is good to see as it puts you in the right context with color and b&w footage. The interviews of Elvis' Parents are well worth hearing too. The afternoon show footage is wonderful and electrifying : Here is Elvis in his prime rocking and rolling in front of 11.000 people.
We love Elvis Presley !!!!!!!! : So ... Stop, look and listen baby that's our philosophy ... First thing in the morning, last thing at night ... look, stare everywhere and see everything inside ... Stop, look and listen!