I have to answer that? Really?Domino on Tue Apr 10, 2018 1:13 am wrote:So why Tigerman then.Out of all the songs they could pick that Elvis did do or definitely didn't do,they pick a song that is unclear that he did or didn't ? We know he knew the song from 68 on and most certainly knew it in 53/54 and we have audio proof of him talking about doing it and knowing about it in 53/54 but no paperwork or recording of it.poormadpeter2 on Mon Apr 09, 2018 7:12 pm wrote:As BOTH sides of a single have labels on a jukebox, the reason for the two titles being together is obvious.
THAT'S ALL RIGHT (which we can't see in the pic)
BLUE MOON OF KENTUCKY (which we can see in the pic)
As with many jukeboxes, the A-sides are in alphabetical order.
Sometimes people will distort just about any evidence for it to fit their conclusion. But that's the problem with coming up with the conclusion before you find any evidence.
Out of all the songs to pick,why that one to put in plain view ?
It is a jukebox of songs recorded at Sun, Look at the entire picture - this shows us that. Again, Tiger Man is merely the next song in alphabetical order after That's all Right. It's simple.