"How do I get placed in situations like this? Ah hell, I guess it's all part of showbusiness "~ Elvis in his limo on his way to perform in Omaha, NE on June 19th 1977
I think you got them all Brad, I can't think of another suit with red. You know, maybe he didn't like the Red Matador because it was all red or maybe it just didn't fit or feel right on him.
I seen somewhere that elvis didn't like red so wonder why he and linda choose red for graceland and red on some of the jumpsuits?
IMO, he looked best in the white one.
"I have learned never to ridicule any man's opinion, however strange it may seem."
I think I prefer the red one I also love the white and blue suits he wore but I think red is nice as well...makes it more interesting than all white lol
The Red and White Pinwheel aka Matador are one of my favourite designs, It is probably one of the most common designs of all Jumpsuits e.g.
Black Fireworks 1971
Black Pinwheel 1971
Snowflake aka Spectrum 1971
White Fireworks 1971
White Pinwheel aka White Matador 1971
Black Butterfly 1972
Blue Nail 1972
Eyelet aka Porthole 1972
Red Pinwheel aka Red Matador 1972
Royal Blue Fireworks 1972
White Pyramid 1972
All the above Jumpsuits had the porthole/eyelet design on them, from what I can find the total appearances of all these suits is only 45 times! (as far as we know) Some only worn once, others like the White Pinwheel 9 times.
But when you look at the total Jumpsuits & Two Piece for that year being 26 and there were 5 tours and a total of 165 shows it makes you wonder what jumpsuit information we are missing?
Oh Matt, took me long enough to gather pics of all the jumpsuits there are already and to learn their names and what year they were worn...don't tell me I'm missing some.
Both of them are wonderfull
But i like the white best!
Taking Care of BusinessTil we meet you again, may God bless you, Adios.
Personally I like the white jumpsuit, but isn't that the Gold Attendance Belt he's wearing with the red jumpsuit?
That aint tactics honey....that's just the beast in me.
Elvis PRESLEY:The most important, most influential artist of the 20th century. b. 8 Jan 1935, Mississippi, US, d. 16 Aug 1977. He holds, or has held, almost every chart-related record including perhaps the most important: more No.1s than any act in chart history.
The white one....but ask me tomorrow and I`ll probably say the red!....
I love both of them it is hard to choose.