"Window in the Sky"
is a YouTube style video synch mash-up done on a professional budget with the magic of copyright clearances. "It's a triumph of postmodern reconstruction"
says the Washington Post.
I wish Elvis had lived long enough to record La Vida Loca...
but since he did not, I have to content myself with "Kingtinued", a CD of modern, largely A.E.D. (After Elvis' Death) tunes recorded in the style of the large one. Only the highest quality material was selected for the CD, to be sure.
Fanatic or aficionado???
3000 photos, 30 concerts, three oil paintings, and more. Obsess much? If he didn't already live with his mother, he should shack up with the hostess of the now defunct 24 Hour Church of Elvis
Act quick! Your chance to own an important piece of history
may be passing you by. You'll show the TV who the king is!
Kansas doctor claims Elvis has left the surgery
What would you do if you just published a book?
Oops, I guess we missed Elvis' return
(and so did everyone else). This guy claims to have met the ghost of Elvis, and that 'The King' wrote songs for him from the grave
. Need a bigger laugh? Then check out the audio clips on the home page
"Ladies and Gentlemen, Elvis has most definitely left this universe!"
Buckley (Heart) Elvis?
No, it's not a liberal v. conservative thing. Writing an Elvis
book just does not fit the William F. Buckley image. Ontime spy novelist. Erudite PBS show host. Shows up in places like House Beautiful, waxing witty about homes and home decor, with references to the Metropolitan Opera and such. I too love the Big E, but this
is baffling and hilarious. He apparently discusses his E fixation in the upcoming (and usually outstanding) Southern Music Issue of the Oxford American
. Thoughts? Is the new American literary dream to retire and write an Elvis book, as opposed to the Great American Novel?