Elvis recorded The Rambo's classic, "If That Isn't Love" on his album "Good Times" and just prior to his untimely death he had signed a contract to record a tribute of his 12 favorite Dottie Rambo songs.
Last edited by moody-blues67; 03-17-2009 at 01:58 PM. Reason: Forgot to add something
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If I remember correctly, this was found to be a rumor. Elvis was signed with RCA at the time of his death so...there's no way that he would've been able to do something like this.
Thank you Tony for clearing that up.
well i don't think its true never heard anythin bout it but if you all say it was a rumour then i'll beleive you
Not true at all.
And I wouldn't call If That Isn't Love a classic by any means.
Last edited by Getlo; 03-20-2009 at 02:08 AM.
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well i found this infomation!
maybe it will help out.
is up for action blue jumpsuit and cape with gold lining at Madison Square Garden on June 10, 1972
Elvis Presley performed in this blue jumpsuit and cape with gold lining at Madison Square Garden on June 10, 1972. The June, 1972 performances at the Garden were the only times that Elvis performed at the famed venue. Elvis also wears the jumpsuit and cape on the cover of his album, “Elvis An Afternoon in the Garden,” the live recording of the performance. The jumpsuit was given to his long-time friend Dottie Rambo of the family group "The Rambo's". He gave the jumpsuit to Dottie as a birthday present, late February, 1973, in Las Vegas, saying "I never do this, but I want to give you this one because it means so much to me; I wore it at Madison Square Garden." Elvis recorded The Rambo's classic, "If That Isn't Love" on his album "Good Times" and just prior to his untimely death he had signed a contract to record a tribute of his 12 favorite Dottie Rambo songs. Comes with signed and notarized letter from Reba Rambo McGuire, Dottie's daughter, and a 10 x 8 black and white photograph of Dottie and Elvis. Excellent condition. Estimate: $150,000 - $200,000.
there must be some truth to it in some way probably!
Last edited by Elvis Girl; 03-19-2009 at 12:33 PM.
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Maybe I wouldn't consider Elvis's version of "If That Isn't Love" a classic but...in the Gospel music world, it is considered a classic/legendary song.
To my knowledge, there have been no facts or evidence presented to back up this claim of Elvis signing with another record label to record these supposed songs..
Last edited by Tony Trout; 03-19-2009 at 03:08 PM.