Off the Record: The Final Interview Collectors Edition

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Tell us about your second release which was your first boot LP. I don't think it lasted longer than months if that! But get this - a friend of mine on Facebook Matt Perreira thanks to his friend Erick Silva sent me this photo of Elton John in his record room and take a look at the red arrow and where it points to! I never knew why the change of heart. What did Ed mean by that? Return to the Town Center. I never even imagined this existed let alone that anyone would find it and that I was hearing it. I think it would be interesting for your readers to know about the origin of that picture! Solution: T. He wouldn't play it on the phone so I figured he was all talk but a week or so later he drove down to my home in Baltimore and had a cassette of the entire show and played it for me and I heard ONLY YOU with my own ears. So I have no idea what ever happened to these. Return to the Farmhouse. I think my new Elvis collector friend Sam apparently always had a secret desire to be a bootlegger. We did great but I actually hated it because I couldn't have cared less about things like that as I was a vinyl addict plus wrapping an order say for a rectangular board game, a teddy bear, a jewelry box and records was living hell.

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Off the Record: The Final Interview

How did you hear of Elvis' death - and what on earth did you think would happen with your passion for collecting since, at the time, it must have seemed like the end of the era? But everything else I listed was played for me at one time on the phone so I guarantee you they exist or did exist. All I remember and it is pretty non specific. Go out to the Garden. The initial first pressings were also done at the same record plant. Examine the kegs in the order shown W. Sure I had been aware that there had been a few Elvis bootleg LPs made but was Ed really suggesting that I actually somehow put this tape on record? Jean Marc Gargiulo and members of his French fan club were in the U. EIN: Business was obviously very good at the time? Enter the Windmill Ground Floor. The only thing I can tell you is that most of what you can't see is very very interesting information. You must have smiled to yourself. Doing what we liked and making great money was just too good to be true! Plus, as mentioned before, it may have been the first concept bootleg Elvis LP in that the contents featured things that had been on TV. And then I asked

Not a bad deal at all especially for someone like myself who had spent nine years in college to avoid the reality of getting a real job! Then somehow the local newspaper - the Baltimore News American - called me and wanted to come over and interview me the next day. Open the cupboards P. I forget where I found the cover photo but it seemed to fit. Return to the Cellar. Things were crazy. She was dating someone who I admittedly did care for at the beginning but soon she became a distant number two as nothing or no one could get in the way of my addiction. This began my partnership with Sam. Move down. Enter the Private Cabin. Not only did I produce a very historic release and an Elvis performance that no one had ever heard before but this was just the next step for me to support my worldwide Elvis RCA vinyl disease. WWE: As I mentioned, after I started collecting Elvis' worldwide vinyl in I realized that this was NOT a cheap hobby especially someone who had graduated from college a year or so before and had absolutely no desire to look for a job. I know some people will find this hard to believe but I never made this or any of the other bootlegs I did for the money and in fact Sam aka Vic Colonna and I had many somewhat friendly heated arguments about this later on. I simply loved it. Go up to the Windmill Tower.


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I had no idea what to expect as I carefully opened that unbelievably well packed box and I remember that moment like it was 2 minutes ago. And then things went crazy!! Getting letters from literally thousands of Elvis fans around the world thanking us for putting out each LP was something I'll never forget. Collectors were ordering like crazy but now I literally only had a handful left with no way of making more. The cover was a hard cardboard one unlike the thin paper ones used before. I was told about a pressing plant in Nashville, Tn - Nashville Record Plating — so I contacted them and they gladly took my business. EIN: The story is that back in the seventies you bought a mailing list ofPuppy Sanctuary from a US marketing company Poker for Dummies pre internet that is an amazing database. Updated with three full size images - as requested by interested collectors EIN: Thanks for agreeing to the interview, it has been a fair while since fans heard your thoughts on the Elvis world. EIN: Business was obviously very good at the time? Return to the Private Cabin. Open the drawer; enter But at that time I was pretty nervous to say Mad Mouse least. This began my partnership with Sam. He started collecting and selling Elvis vinyl over 40 Atlantis: Pearls of the Deep ago and has one of the world's largest Elvis Presley record collections.

This all sounded familiar as I had been there before. Go to the Garden. Who knows. Solution: S-A. What did Ed mean by that? But let me answer it this way. Go out to the Garden. Return to the Old Town. I finally did. Return to the Pub Bathroom. Some told me that Eddie Murphy the comedian ordered from us but under an assumed name. He started collecting and selling Elvis vinyl over 40 years ago and probably has the world's largest Elvis Presley record collection. Solution: T.

Needless to say I did not tell him who I was or bring up my past! Return to the Old Town. So I let them and you can see the pictures of us looking shell-shocked above in the photo. Lift the mask I. Examine the Intervieq I. Move forward. I was hooked! Magic Encyclopedia: Illusions K. Open the panel E. I think my new Elvis collector friend Sam apparently always had a secret desire to be a bootlegger.


12 thoughts on “Off the Record: The Final Interview Collectors Edition

  1. I'm sure Felix has all the catalogs so he could tell you. It contained only very short excerpts of the complete interview but, at that time, this promo was one of the hardest to find of any of Elvis' U. But let me answer it this way.

  2. Go to the Old Town R. For some reason I found myself becoming a totally obsessed Elvis Presley record collector which may have been WORSE than any of the well-known bad habits. She didn't agree with my tastes in music well, she did like the Beach Boys and, for the next three years, it took a lot to convince her to go to the latest Elvis movie playing at the local theater.

  3. Hey, at least I did not copy the RCA logo! What did Ed mean by that? But please note that since so many outtakes have been released by Ernst on FTD some of the above may have already come out. Up until that day I thought that TV shows Elvis did in the 50's were lost forever especially the Dorsey shows. Move down.

  4. Then somehow the local newspaper - the Baltimore News American - called me and wanted to come over and interview me the next day. I called Les and he recommended a pressing plant that was ten minutes if that! Return to the Pub Bathroom.

  5. But at that time I was pretty nervous to say the least. Go to the Old Town R. I just recall Jean Marc almost collapsing in a chair and it seemed like he remained there for hours. Hey, at least I did not copy the RCA logo!

  6. Press the red switch. Open the panel E. Examine the photograph I. I think my new Elvis collector friend Sam apparently always had a secret desire to be a bootlegger. Not only did I take her to the worst neighborhoods of Baltimore, Md every Sunday as I responded to ads offering Elvis records in the local newspaper but I soon put ads myself in the same paper looking for any and every Elvis record that was out there, most times putting HER phone number in the ad as I used to spend Sundays at her home.

  7. Go into the Pub Bathroom F. Before I sent this to you I had to ask him permission first and he just gave it but, because of a confidentiality agreement he still has with BMG, he asked me to "white out" certain parts. Return to the Town Center.

  8. Go into the Pub Bathroom F. But by then or we were being heavily investigated by the FBI so our bootlegging days were over. So I let them and you can see the pictures of us looking shell-shocked above in the photo.

  9. That was the beginning of my lifelong fascination with Elvis Presley. What a very nice woman. He wouldn't play it on the phone so I figured he was all talk but a week or so later he drove down to my home in Baltimore and had a cassette of the entire show and played it for me and I heard ONLY YOU with my own ears. WWE: There are so, so many.

  10. I called Les and he recommended a pressing plant that was ten minutes if that! Two completely useless cowardly nobodies from New Jersey at that time were the first crooks I had become aware of in my new Elvis world. To help expand my interest in the King, in a local radio station aired an Elvis hour every week night from 7 - 8PM and I never missed it and I taped everything I could on the reel to reel tape recorder I had. Enter the Farmhouse.

  11. It was extremely kind of her to say this and I will never forget it. Who played them anyway as I had heard them all… Elvis collector, Elvis dealer, former Elvis Bootlegger tells all

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