Off the Record: The Final Interview Collectors Edition

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But please note that since so many outtakes have been released by Ernst on FTD some of the above may have already come out. Examine the photograph I. 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. Anyway, a call was made by my uncle and everything was forgotten! Getting letters from literally thousands of Elvis fans around the world thanking us for putting out each LP was something I'll never forget. The poor girl I had started to date in June three months after I had received my first Japanese records had no idea what was to be in store for her for the next three years. But, being so far beyond help as far as my Elvis vinyl sickness was concerned, I soon found out that this bootleg single made a much better trade item which of course could help me greatly add to my growing vinyl disease of trying to collect every single RCA Elvis record from every country in the world that was different from the U. I was told about a pressing plant in Nashville, Tn - Nashville Record Plating — so I contacted them and they gladly took my business. I wanted everything. EIN: Presumably someone had informed on you, perhaps other jealous dealers? She was just there to simply tell the court that Elvis only had a contract with the RCA label and not with any other labels I always just wanted to have fun but this was no fun! Enter the Windmill Ground Floor F. Enter the Windmill Ground Floor.

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. But what are the main highlights of your long and interesting involvement in the Elvis world? Most I heard in the mid - late 's and since I was no longer in the bootleg business, even though I would have loved to have bought them, the people who had them wanted a fortune which was the problem Sam and I had all the time. 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. All I could think about was Elvis music. She had been watching the news on TV and the top story was about Elvis dying. Go down into the Cellar. I never even imagined this existed let alone that anyone would find it and that I was hearing it. I soon learned that being an Elvis fan was not just a passing fancy and was not something that would go away, as much as the Duchess probably hoped it would. Hey, at least I did not copy the RCA logo! 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! We only were set up with cardboard mailers made to pack singles and LP's so I had to create my own boxes for these or send them individually or get special mailers made for each which we did but that was an additional expense and eventually I was the one who decided to get out of selling these ridiculous items.


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Open the Inrerview P. All I know is that this phone call began a new phase of my life! Sorry about the redactions but still I think fans would like to see it. John Wilkinson also was a good customer of some of our earlier LP's. Return to the Windmill Ground Floor. EIN: After Elvis' death you also branched out into selling jewelry. So I have no idea what ever happened to these. Little did I know what would be in store for me but unfortunately I had to wait a few years because there was no address to write to to purchase them and, even if there had been, the Ediiton clearly stated that a good portion of these had been deleted for years so my thoughts at the time were how could I even hope to get any. Return to the Farmhouse. This Inteeview incredible as it was a lot slower than the version we have all heard with the Jordanaires literally singing the words "Doo Wop" throughout the entire song! I simply loved it. Enter the Private Cabin. Move down. He started Battle Slots and selling Elvis Edltion over 40 years ago and probably has the world's largest Elvis Presley record collection.

That was bad enough but then I had to tell Jean Marc and his friends the news. 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. Return to the Old Town. All I know is that this phone call began a new phase of my life! I don't think it lasted longer than months if that! Enter the Windmill Ground Floor F. Return to the Secret Room. WWE: I did get offered more live shows but to be honest I wrote a list down years and years ago but I never wrote down the exact information, even though I did have it at the time - but God knows where that list is now!! WWE: There are so, so many. Examine the screen. What was I going to do? Move the newspapers O.

Indeed it was too good to be true since it would all soon unravel, with the FBI knocking at the door and the long arm of the law investigating the Elvis bootleg market as well as prosecuting the suppliers To tell you the truth Piers there's a lot more but I Solitaire 330 Deluxe don't have time to go over it all at this time but maybe another time I will. I think it would be interesting for your readers to know about the origin of that picture! Examine the photograph I. Press the red switch. WWE: Good question. Enter Collevtors Farmhouse. But an amazing thing happened!


Not only were these losers calling up other collectors pretending to have rare records which they never had and then taking people's money without sending anything back but they also were very jealous of me and the records I had produced so they got in touch with TV GUIDE magazine and informed them of my recent LP. Everyone wanted to interview me and I was busy getting calls from everywhere. Enter the Windmill Ground Floor F. Open the drawer; enter I never even imagined this existed let alone that anyone would find it and that I was hearing it. 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. What about any live concert material? I wanted a normal picture cover but that became too complicated to do so I ended up buying a plain white mailing envelope with a flap on the back and went to a printer to get a Dorsey photo on both sides and lettering. 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. Collectors were ordering like crazy but now I literally only had a handful left with no way of making more. I had just produced the ultimate Elvis LP! Solution: K. When and how did you manage that?

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  1. 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. Move the newspapers O. Indeed it was too good to be true since it would all soon unravel, with the FBI knocking at the door and the long arm of the law investigating the Elvis bootleg market as well as prosecuting the suppliers

  2. The label was ridiculous! But this was the last bootleg we did. Not a nice thought but, thinking back on it now I had no money anyway so any law suit would have been a waste of time and money for them. I had just started dating a girl in mid Doing what we liked and making great money was just too good to be true!

  3. Enter the Kitchen. EIN: Did you and Sam get offered any other Elvis material that you never released or slipped through your hands? He is one fun great guy and we are still friends and he still sends me interesting things from time to time. But what are the main highlights of your long and interesting involvement in the Elvis world? Go into the Pub Bathroom F.

  4. The cover was a hard cardboard one unlike the thin paper ones used before. I never even imagined this existed let alone that anyone would find it and that I was hearing it. Lift the switch H. Collectors were ordering like crazy but now I literally only had a handful left with no way of making more.

  5. Take the ACID. WWE: Well Sam wanted to try selling non record related items for awhile. Examine the photograph I. Return to the Old Town. It was extremely kind of her to say this and I will never forget it.

  6. I used to have it but have misplaced it over the years. Some told me that Eddie Murphy the comedian ordered from us but under an assumed name. Return to the Old Town. And actually that philosophy was really behind all of the bootleg LP's I did for the next five years!

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