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Tue Sep 13, 2005 4:23 am

i think the home recordings of
fools rush in
it's a sin to tell a lie
what now my love
blowing in the wind
500 miles
write to me from naples
my heart cries for you
dark moon
are from 1967 before the aug or sept 1967 were to take place.
because in it's a sin to tell a lie the talking part sounds almost close to the way he did his talking part in all i needed was the rain.also his voice is a little deeper too than in 1966.

Tue Sep 13, 2005 5:11 am

Actually his voice is very deep during the 3rd week of june of 1967 but then it goes up an octive in August. But during a 3 and a half week span in 1966 his voice was quite high. There was a time in early Jan. 1965 that his voice was similair to his voice of March of 1968, but that was only during the morning hours as compared to afternoon. If you check his voice during all nite sessions it is noticably higher than his voice in the afternoon except during the dry winter air.

Or it could be that the tape just ran a little fast. Hell I don't know. :o

Tue Sep 13, 2005 6:12 am

red bought the reel to reel machine in 1966.
half the recordings were done in feb 1966 -sept 1966
through june or aug 1967.

Re: home recordings

Tue Sep 13, 2005 11:24 pm

ritchie valens wrote:i think the home recordings ... are from 1967 ...

You cannot reach such a conclusion, as your reasoning is flawed -- it's not based on anything factual. Elvis could effect a very deep voice as far back as the flip side of his first SUN acetate in 1953. And at least one of those songs, "Dark Moon," was a hit for Bonnie Guitar in 1966.


Wed Sep 14, 2005 5:59 am

it's still i think from 1967.
the biggest hit version of dark moon is from 1956 or 57 by gale storm.
elvis followed it not bonnie's.

Wed Sep 14, 2005 6:19 am

Dark moon was recorded by several so Elvis couldv'e learned it from anybody.