Sat Nov 03, 2007 1:41 am
unclefester wrote:Hi guys.....I need some help....does anyone here have photos of Elvis performing at the Roundup Club in Gladewater Texas on November 23rd, 1954? Do any pictures exist from this specific date?? Brian? Doc?? Thanks all...........uf
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TALLHAIR 2 wrote:James Vincent : Long Lost Highway?!
Long Lonely Highway you mean, right?!
The Eagles Nest insert was done on this photo to fill up
the 'empty space' in the photo. Designers freedom,
so to speak. Back then, 1985, I had no clue where
many of the pre 56 photos were taken... Nobody
knew. No one had covered those years before, far as
I remember...? It was the first time so many ads for gigs,
in and outside of Memphis were seeing print in one book.
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Mon Nov 05, 2007 1:27 am
JamesVRoy wrote:Your picture went away earlier Colin but I saved it and cleaned it up a little.
I'll have to dig out the rockin across texas book and see what it looks like before the scan but here it is now for posterity
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Mon Nov 19, 2007 10:41 pm
bripet56 wrote:JamesVRoy, could you ask Scotty if he and Bill ahd two of the Western-outfits as in these photos. I believe the shoulders in the shot where Elvis has the long jacket is red and in the other it is black.
Last night we were cleaning off the table at Scotty’s and came across your note
About Millard Yow. Scotty was talking about those western shirts. He said that
There was only one, it was light grey or off-white body, black yoke and white
Embroidery on the black. It was what they used in the Starlight Wranglers,
And also what he and Bill used in the very first shows with Elvis. The picture
Of the three of them (a detail is on Scotty’s book cover) was in black and
White, but it has been colorized many times, including on the book cover.
Those shirts have been shown in yellow, red, blue…..but they were actually
Light grey and did not actually have any color in them at all. Interesting.
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