Long Beach, November 1972 (1973 article)

Tue Jul 30, 2013 9:18 pm

The Night He Cried for His Daughter!
Rona BarrettĀ“s Hollywood, April 1973
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Re: Long Beach, November 1972 (1973 article)

Tue Jul 30, 2013 10:17 pm

And, by special request, another article from this magazine...

The Inside Story of Her Fantastic Comeback
by Bill Royce
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Re: Long Beach, November 1972 (1973 article)

Sun Sep 08, 2013 9:32 pm

Note the shot of AM on the magazine cover. She and her husband are posing in the LVH dressing room. We've seen that Oriental rug before.

Re: Long Beach, November 1972 (1973 article)

Mon Sep 09, 2013 8:41 am

elvisjock wrote:Note the shot of AM on the magazine cover. She and her husband are posing in the LVH dressing room. We've seen that Oriental rug before.


And most likely taken when she opened at the Hilton on 11-28-1972.

Thanks, The fool, for both articles.

One wonders:
- Did Elvis really sing "Treat Me Nice" in Long Beach?
- Where do all the direct Elvis quotes come from?
- Did they know what 4 year-old Lisa looked like? (They circle the wrong child in the audience photo.)

Re: Long Beach, November 1972 (1973 article)

Tue Sep 10, 2013 10:05 pm

drjohncarpenter wrote:
elvisjock wrote:Note the shot of AM on the magazine cover. She and her husband are posing in the LVH dressing room. We've seen that Oriental rug before.


And most likely taken when she opened at the Hilton on 11-28-1972.

Thanks, The fool, for both articles.

One wonders:
- Did Elvis really sing "Treat Me Nice" in Long Beach?
- Where do all the direct Elvis quotes come from?
- Did they know what 4 year-old Lisa looked like? (They circle the wrong child in the audience photo.)


I used to buy all of those magazines when I was a kid.

Re: Long Beach, November 1972 (1973 article)

Tue Sep 10, 2013 10:28 pm

Joe Car wrote:
drjohncarpenter wrote:
elvisjock wrote:Note the shot of AM on the magazine cover. She and her husband are posing in the LVH dressing room. We've seen that Oriental rug before.


And most likely taken when she opened at the Hilton on 11-28-1972.

Thanks, The fool, for both articles.

One wonders:
- Did Elvis really sing "Treat Me Nice" in Long Beach?
- Where do all the direct Elvis quotes come from?
- Did they know what 4 year-old Lisa looked like? (They circle the wrong child in the audience photo.)


I used to buy all of those magazines when I was a kid.


Any idea about my questions?

Re: Long Beach, November 1972 (1973 article)

Wed Sep 11, 2013 5:29 pm

Thanks for posting it. Great to see.

Re: Long Beach, November 1972 (1973 article)

Wed Sep 18, 2013 11:20 pm

drjohncarpenter wrote:One wonders:
- Did Elvis really sing "Treat Me Nice" in Long Beach?



My guess (and it's not more than that) would be that they meant "Love me" and wound up calling it "Treat me nice". Maybe the reporter didn't know all Presley songs by title and when Elvis started singing the reporter made a short note to himself to look up something that went like "treat me like a fool". He looked at some old records and found "Treat me nice". He probably didn't check it back.

Re: Long Beach, November 1972 (1973 article)

Thu Sep 19, 2013 5:38 pm

drjohncarpenter wrote:
Joe Car wrote:
drjohncarpenter wrote:
elvisjock wrote:Note the shot of AM on the magazine cover. She and her husband are posing in the LVH dressing room. We've seen that Oriental rug before.


And most likely taken when she opened at the Hilton on 11-28-1972.

Thanks, The fool, for both articles.

One wonders:
- Did Elvis really sing "Treat Me Nice" in Long Beach?
- Where do all the direct Elvis quotes come from?
- Did they know what 4 year-old Lisa looked like? (They circle the wrong child in the audience photo.)


I used to buy all of those magazines when I was a kid.


Any idea about my questions?


No idea
I'd say a lot of those quotes were bogus.
As much as I loved reading those magazines, some of what they said has to be taken with a grain of salt. Mind you, a 12 year-old Joe Car loved them and didn't know any better. My favorite one was when Elvis was spotted in the grocery line getting a carton of milk and the fan who saw him, made eye contact and kept his secret that it was him so as not to cause a riot. He did have sunglasses on.:)

Re: Long Beach, November 1972 (1973 article)

Tue Oct 01, 2013 1:49 am

Very interesting, Thank you for sharing ..