Fri Oct 07, 2005 6:49 pm
I guess the "ballsiness" criteria is a good way to win arguments.
I'm all for the more raw, bluesy, rocking Elvis.
But those early '60s tracks Pete cites can be quite good if you
put on "different ears."
I've "forgiven" songs like "Just Tell Her Jim Said Hello"
Sun Jan 13, 2013 2:10 pm
in the 50's: True Love, Blue Moon, Lonesome Cowboy, I love you because.
in the 60's: Dominic, Ito Eats, No room to rhumba in a sports car, Barefoot ballad, The walls have years, Big boots, How would you like to be, Yoga is as yoga does, It's carnival time, Beach schack, Have a happy, Queenie wahine's papaya, Datin', He's your uncle, not your dad, Old Mc Donald,Confidence, Clambake, Mirage, Kismet, Petunia, the gardener's daughter.
in the 70's: Padre, Love song of the year, Hey Jude, Life, Heart of Rome, It's Impossible, I can help, This is our dance, Never again.
Tue Sep 02, 2014 10:10 pm
None at all. Today we seek and expect new songs, alternate takes, home recordings,How can I not wish that has not recorded any song. ???
Any song that comes from Elvis Presley voice is always something special.
I do not mind either Ernst or any ,find 20 new songs and be like old mac donald, confidence or whatever