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    Welcome to a new moderator: Captain Elwood David

    We are proud to welcome Captain Elwood David as a new moderator of the Elvis Presley Forum. With his wide knowledge of many Elvis subjects we consider him as a great adition to this messageboard.

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    Congratulations Captain Elwood

    good luck ...
    You seem to have some pretty decent Elvis knowledge...


    Wade ( HRH)

    my "cup" welcomes you also...
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    A great addition indeed! Welcome!
    ...you won't forget me when I go.

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    Yes he seems to know a thing or two.
    So a big welcome from me to

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    Welcome Captain...great to here that you have joined the team
    TCB Chris.

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    Wade,

    Deep inside, your cup of love is overflowin'...

    ...you won't forget me when I go.

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    Welcome capt'n

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    Congrats Captain

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    Phew, sure wish promotions in real life went this quick!

    I bid welcome to I'm sure a fair, new, moderator

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    Quote Originally Posted by howardrobardhughes
    good luck ...
    You seem to have some pretty decent Elvis knowledge...


    Wade ( HRH)

    my "cup" welcomes you also...
    This has got to be one of the funniest lines ever posted on this board!

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    Welcome aboard.


    'What, honey ? ..... one scarf for the balcony ?! ........... OK ........... gimme a baseball ! ............ there's no way unless you put a rock in it'.

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    My thanks to all for the "warm" Welcome ............

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    Just a couple of notes to two "special" boardmembers:

    - Wade, "The Cup Man" -----> Cheers!

    - Cherokee ---> Like I said before, PM's.

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    Am a big fan of the 70's Elvis, including '77 (which is considered sacrilege on that "other" MB) .........


    - Capt. "EL."

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    welcome captain

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    wecome captain "EL"-vis

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    Quote Originally Posted by Captain Elwood David

    Am a big fan of the 70's Elvis, including '77 (which is considered sacrilege on that "other" MB) .........


    - Capt. "EL."
    what is 'sacrilege' suppose to mean ?

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    Thank you for your gracious welcome, Ladies.

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    Button - you have caught the exact intention of my moniker ...........


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    are you living in " lisa marie " jet plane too ..

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    To musical purists whom consider EP's 1950's SUN material as the Holy Grail, it is goes against Nature to admire, enjoy, praise EP's '76-77 material. In the words of some, it is unworthy of "celebration."

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    I happen to like all decades of EP's career, but am partial to the 70's Elvis.


    - Capt. "EL."

    PS - Yes, I enjoy living on The Lisa Marie, but have to hide in the closet during normal business touring hours - can only come out to play @ night .... just like EP.

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    1976-1977 recordings/performances

    I view the '76-'77 recordings and performances as very insightful and mesmerizing...True,1954 and 1955 are historically important...the latter Elvis works are facinating to me..
    Analyizing his state of mind..his actions...his mythological tragic decline..
    "The Unmaking of Elvis Presley" is by far one of the best books I've ever read...

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    Quote Originally Posted by howardrobardhughes
    I view the '76-'77 recordings and performances as very insightful and mesmerizing...True,1954 and 1955 are historically important...the latter Elvis works are facinating to me..
    Analyizing his state of mind..his actions...his mythological tragic decline..
    "The Unmaking of Elvis Presley" is by far one of the best books I've ever read...
    Guralnick's "Careless Love" ( I assume this is what you are referring to ) - in light of his first autobiographical volume, "Last Train ..." - was a missed opportunity to document the second half of EP's career / life.

    His first volume was outstanding; his second book was too superficial, too easy on Col. Parker (biased), lacking in original research / follow-up, and contains errors. It also leaves one with the impression that it was a bit rushed, not done with same care / sincerity / attention to detail of historical importance, as the first volume.

    Like I said, a missed opportunity.


    - Capt. "EL."

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