Post here all polls related to Elvis Albums/Songs Etc.
Tue May 29, 2007 11:56 am
shanebrown wrote:I think the similarities with ECEG are simply the quality of sound - they were both recorded in similar ways from what I remember.
Well I don´t agree, but I respect your opinion. By the way, you can relax about "City by night". There are at least two numbers that are far worse (you know the removings). Can you guess which ones?
Wed May 30, 2007 11:28 pm
Most of the soundtrack is far worse! lol By the way, I hope you include the more "marginal" original releases that had new material on them in your polls: Elvis For Everyone, Flaming Star, Almost In Love, You'll Never Walk Alone and Let's Be Friends
Yes sir! I will. But I haven´t decided what to do with the live albums. One way is to collect the "new songs" on Madison/Aloha and do a poll of those. Let´s see what the future will bring.
Mon Jun 04, 2007 9:31 am
shanebrown wrote:I think if you're going to have to keep it to ten songs, that's the only way to do the live albums - cut out the oldies in the majority of cases and include the new songs and any other classics (for example, i think MSG's Proud Mary is better than the On Stage version). The exception will probably be EIC - That's All Right, for example, is an oldie but one of the best tracks on the album. Oh you have some decisions to make! lol
Thank you Shane! Not a bad idea, but I´m ´not so sure about That´s all right. But he fights hard, but it sounds a bit oversung. Hard album dreview.
Thu Jun 07, 2007 1:58 am
I believe Elvis said he didn't understand jazz when he was 22 at a 1957 press conference. However, he had some Duke Ellington records in his collection. I would have said the same thing about jazz when I was that age but now, at 40, I enjoy it and have many discs by Charles Mingus, John Coltrane, Louis Armstrong, Miles Davis and several others. Fortunately, I wasn't famous (and still am not) or in any position where anyone would care to quote me on my thoughts towards jazz back then and regurgitate it for the masses many years later. The man was entitled to change his mind and broaden his tastes as he got older.
Sat Jun 09, 2007 2:07 pm
Well, I'm well past 50 and I just don't "get" Jazz at all. Leaves me cold.
Wed Jun 20, 2007 3:41 pm
It´s over!!! The most dramatic poll yet and with heavy discussions about love and hate. Tender feeling is the winner and again a movie song beats the bonus songs.
Thanks for voting!
Mon Jul 16, 2007 8:49 am
From the start, I liked the movie's/album's opener, Kissin Cousins #2.
Light and breezy, a typical sunny 60s song.
Thu Jul 19, 2007 8:08 am
Am i the only one that digs BAREFOOT BALLAD !!!
Howcome more of you don't go for that song?! I reckon it's cool the way
Elvis put on his former southern accent during the singing!
da da da...."I wanna barefoot ballad, oh yeah a barefoot ballad won't ya play for me a darn ole country so-o-o-ong?" Cause when i kick ma shoes off
oh when i kick ma shoes off with a barefoot ballad you just cant go wrong"