Favorite love songs by Herb Kraus and the Walkin’ Shoes

These folks sing and play some of my favorite love songs that take me way back to my childhood, through into my teenage years and on into adulthood. I wish I could play guitar like Herb Kraus, and I wish I could move like the Walkin’ Shoes.

  1. Red River Rock – My favorite love song by Herb Kraus and the Walkin’ Shoes
  2. Old time rock and roll
  3. Midnight special
  4. Tulsa Time In America they have time zones, and they change the times twice in a year too – it can be very confusing for a foreigner. When I first went to Canada, I was asked to sing in a church, so I went a half an hour early to set up my amplifier, and discovered they were already busy with the song service. Nobody had thought to tell me that they had changed the clocks!
  5. Down on the corner
  6. Route 66 I first heard this song by the Rolling Stones.
  7. That’ll be the day I think I heard this favorite love song by Mickie Most when I was a teenager.
  8. Let’s have a party I remember Elvis Presley singing this song. I grew up in a British Colony in Africa, and when I was a little boy at school they told me about the Boston Tea Party. How some guys dressed up as Red Indians and threw tea into the sea. We never has a sea in our country, so we never did that! We never shook a chicken in the middle of the room either!
  9. Reggae music
  10. Be Bop a Lula I first heard this favorite love songs by the Everly Brothers. It brings back so many nice memories. Thank you Herb Kraus and the Walkin’ Shoes.
  11. Achy Breaky Heart
  12. Mr. Tambourine Man
  13. Shake, rattle and roll
  14. Rock and roll medley Herb Kraus and the Walkin’ Shoes have a whole lot more songs on the YouTube, if you want to check them out. I also have a country gospel website, if you would like to check it out: countrygospelandbible.com

Favorite love songs by John Denver

I got kind of carried away while looking through favorite love songs by John Denver, and loaded many more songs than ever before by any artist. I remember the first time I ever saw him on TV and he was singing: “You fill up my senses.” I have tried to list the songs in an alphabetical order.

  1. A baby just like you
  2. A country girl in Paris
  3. A little further north
  4. A song for all lovers
  5. Alaska and me
  6. All of my memories
  7. All this joy
  8. America the beautiful
  9. And I love her
  10. And so it goes
  11. Angel from Montgomery
  12. Annie’s song – My favorite love song by John Denver – You fill up my senses.
  13. Anthem – Revelation
  14. Anti-war protest 1971
  15. Around and around
  16. Aspenglow
  17. Autograph
  18. Back home again – I was far from home when I heard this favorite love song by John Denver on the radio, and it felt so special.
  19. Ballad of St. Anne’s Reel
  20. Bells of Rhymney
  21. Berkely woman
  22. Bet on the blues
  23. Blowing in the wind – with Joan Baez
  24. Bread and roses
  25. Calypso
  26. Carolina on my mind – with Tom Jones
  27. Casey’s last ride
  28. Children of the universe
  29. Christmas for cowboys
  30. Christmas like a lullaby
  31. Circus
  32. City of New Orleans
  33. Comin’ thro’ the Rye/Good vibrations – with Karen Carpenter
  34. Cold nights in Canada
  35. Cool and green and shady
  36. Cowboy’s delight – some nice pics. There is something about the wide open spaces, and the sunrise and sunset.
  37. Daddy what’s a train?
  38. Dance little Jean
  39. Dancing with mountains
  40. Darcy Farrow
  41. Dearest Esmeralda
  42. Don’t it make you want to go home – with Glen Campbell
  43. Doris Day Show – Sunshine Medley
  44. Downhill stuff
  45. Dreams
  46. Eagles and horses
  47. Earth day every day
  48. Eclipse
  49. Eighteen holes
  50. Eli’s song
  51. Everyday – when I was young I heard this favorite love song by Mickie Most.
  52. Fall
  53. Falling leaves
  54. Falling out of love
  55. Fire and rain
  56. Fly away
  57. Fly like an eagle – looking for space
  58. Flying for me
  59. Follow me
  60. For you
  61. Forest lawn
  62. Four strong winds
  63. Foxfire suite
  64. Friends with you
  65. From a distance/Voices that care
  66. Goodbye again
  67. Gospel changes
  68. Got my heart set on you
  69. Grandma’s feather bed
  70. Gravel on the ground
  71. Heart to heart
  72. Here, there and everywhere
  73. High flight – joshing with Bob Hope
  74. High, wide and handsome
  75. High wind blowing
  76. Higher ground
  77. Hitchhiker
  78. Homegrown tomatoes
  79. I can’t escape
  80. I’d rather be a cowboy – nice pictures
  81. I guess he’d rather be in Colorado
  82. If ever – beautiful pictures
  83. Imagine
  84. I’m sorry
  85. In my heart
  86. In my life
  87. In the grand way
  88. Islands
  89. Is it love?
  90. Isabel
  91. It amazes me
  92. It makes me giggle
  93. It’s a sin to tell a lie
  94. I’ve been everywhere – with Susan Saint James
  95. I’ve been working on the railroad
  96. I want to live
  97. I wish I knew how it would feel to be free
  98. Jenny dreams of trains
  99. Jimmy Newman
  100. Joseph and Joe
  101. Junk
  102. Late night radio
  103. Leaving on a jet plane – with Cass Elliot. I first heard this song when I went to listen to Four Jacks and a Jill at the large City Hall in Bulawayo. There was a girl group who sang it. It was only many years later that I discovered it was written by John Denver.
  104. Let it be
  105. Let this be a voice
  106. Like a sad song
  107. Love again – with Sylvie Vartan
  108. Love is the master
  109. Love of the common people
  110. Mansion on the hill
  111. Matthew – story behind the song
  112. Molly
  113. Mother nature’s son
  114. Mr. Bojangles
  115. My old man
  116. My sweet lady
  117. Never a doubt
  118. No one
  119. No one like you
  120. Old folks
  121. On the road
  122. On the wings of a dream
  123. On the wings of an eagle
  124. One world (for all of us)
  125. Opposite tables
  126. Paradise
  127. Peace
  128. Pegasus
  129. Perhaps love – beautiful pictures
  130. Please Daddy
  131. Poems, prayers and promises
  132. Ponies
  133. Postcards from Paris
  134. Potter’s wheel
  135. Prisoners
  136. Readjustment blues
  137. Relatively speaking
  138. Rhymes and reasons
  139. Rippling waters
  140. River
  141. River of love
  142. Rocky Mountain high
  143. Rusty green
  144. Sail away home
  145. San Antonio rose
  146. San Francisco Mabel Joy
  147. Saturday night in Toledo, Ohio
  148. Season Suite: Summer
  149. Seasons of the heart
  150. Shanghai breezes
  151. Shipmates and Cheyenne
  152. Singing skies and dancing waters
  153. Sister cities
  154. Some days are diamonds
  155. Song for the life
  156. Song of Wyoming
  157. Southwind
  158. Sticky summer weather
  159. Storms of November
  160. Sunshine on my shoulders
  161. Suzanne
  162. Sweet Melinda
  163. Sweet misery
  164. Sweet surrender
  165. Take me home, country roads – Someone gave me a CD of his greatest hits, and this is my favorite love song on that CD, and it inspired me to do this posting. Thanks Annabel.
  166. Take me to tomorrow
  167. Tenderly calling – beautiful pictures.
  168. Thank God, I’m a country boy – Johnny Cash and other famous singers here too.
  169. Thanks to you
  170. The Blizzard
  171. The box
  172. The cowboy and the lady
  173. The eagle and the hawk
  174. The flower that shattered the stone
  175. The game is over
  176. The Garden song
  177. The gift you are
  178. The gold and beyond
  179. The harder they fall
  180. The healing song
  181. The higher we fly
  182. The last hobo
  183. The Lord’s prayer – I also have a gospel site if you would like to check it out: Country Gospel and Bible.
  184. The marvellous toy
  185. The music is in you
  186. The Port of Amsterdam
  187. The thought of you
  188. The wings that fly us home
  189. Thirsty boots
  190. This old guitar – The story about the guitar really touched my heart. Also how somebody hated him and hit him over the head with the guitar. Some people have also hated me and my singing. So it is a great comfort that I am not alone in my feelings.
  191. Till you opened my eyes
  192. Today
  193. Tools
  194. Tradewinds
  195. Trail of tears
  196. Tremble if you must
  197. Two different directions
  198. Two shots
  199. Wandering soul
  200. We don’t live here no more
  201. What child is this?
  202. What’s on your mind?
  203. When I’m 64
  204. When I was a cowboy
  205. Wherefore and why
  206. Whispering Jessie
  207. Whose garden was this?
  208. Wild flowers in a mason jar
  209. Wild Montana skies
  210. Windsong
  211. Wooden Indian
  212. Wrangell Mountain song
  213. Yellow cat
  214. Yesterday
  215. You light up my life – Debbie Boone – and Anthem Revelation
  216. You done stomped on my heart
  217. You’re so beautiful
  218. Zachary and Jennifer
  219. His death It is so sad that John Denver’s life was cut short. It seems to happen to so many singers. I hope he was “saved” before he died. I also have a country gospel website, if you would like to check it out: countrygospelandbible.com

Favorite Love Songs by Jerry Lee Lewis

Many years ago I bought an LP record of Jerry Lee Lewis and was greatly impressed with his singing and piano playing. I have selected some favorite love songs, and I hope you like them.

  1. I’ll sail my ship alone I remember having a copy of this record.
  2. Down the line I first heard this song by Cliff Richard, so I guess he copied it from Jerry Lee Lewis.
  3. It’ll be me The same with this song, it was a hit for Cliff Richard in the country that I grew up in. It was written by Jack Clement. He wrote quite a few songs. He was the recording engineer at Sun Records. Johnny Cash recorded his song – Dirty old egg sucking dog.
  4. Promised Land
  5. Sun records 1961 – 29 minutes
  6. Sun records 1958 – 28 minutes
  7. Folsom Prison Blues
  8. The return of rock – 29 minutes
  9. Country songs for city folks – 32 minutes
  10. Mean woman blues
  11. Waiting for a train
  12. Detroit City One of my favorite love songs.
  13. Save the last dance for me
  14. Mona Lisa
  15. Mexicali Rose
  16. Walking the floor over you
  17. Green, green grass of home I heard Tom Jones say on TV that he heard this song on one of Jerry Lee Lewis’ records.
  18. Heartaches by the number
  19. Blueberry Hill
  20. Cold, cold heart – “live”
  21. Cold, cold heart – Sun record
  22. Your cheating heart
  23. When my blue moon turns to gold again This was one of my favorite love songs by Elvis.
  24. Jealous heart
  25. Mean woman blues / Blue suede shoes – with Carl Perkins
  26. Personality
  27. Funny how time slips away
  28. Georgia on my mind
  29. Great balls of fire / A whole lot of shaking going on I remember many years ago seeing Jerry Lee Lewis on the Austin City Limits TV Show.
  30. Who’s sorry now
  31. Someday you’ll want me to want you
  32. Be Bop A Lula
  33. Johnny B Goode
  34. Lucille
  35. Sweet little sixteen
  36. Don’t be cruel
  37. Jailhouse rock
  38. Good rocking tonight
  39. Corrina, Corrina
  40. I’m walking
  41. I saw her standing there – A Favorite love song by Jerry Lee Lewis
  42. Old time rock and roll
  43. Chantilly lace
  44. Roll over Beethoven
  45. Don’t let me cross over – with Linda Gail
  46. Jackson – with Linda Gail
  47. This land is your land – with Carl Perkins, Jackie Wilson and Linda Gail
  48. You are my sunshine – with Linda Gail
  49. Crying time – with Linda Gail
  50. Wolverton Mountain This is a favorite love song I heard when I was a teenager.
  51. He’ll have to go
  52. Mom and Dad’s waltz
  53. Over the rainbow
  54. Memphis Tennessee
  55. Sea cruise
  56. Mystery train
  57. Blue suede shoes with Carl Perkins singing the song he wrote.
  58. Breathless
  59. Me and Bobby McGee
  60. High school Confidential
  61. Crazy arms
  62. Parade in Memphis 2013
  63. Talks about Elvis Many years ago I bought an LP record Called In “Loving Memory,” and I loved his gospel recording. So I am going to add on some of his gospel songs here, and I hope you like them too.
  64. Jesus on the mainline
  65. Lord, I’ve tried everything but You
  66. My God is real
  67. My God is real – with Marty Stuart. The song that got him the left foot of fellowship!
  68. My God is real (1980) – Caribou Ranch
  69. My God is real – more jazzy
  70. Where He leads me I will follow
  71. What Will My Answer Be
  72. The great speckled bird
  73. Life is like a mountain railroad – 1983 live in England
  74. Life is like a mountain railroad – studio recording
  75. Blessed Jesus hold my hand
  76. I saw the light – with Johnny Cash and Carl Perkins
  77. Speak a little louder to us Jesus
  78. What a friend we have in Jesus 1980
  79. Softly and Tenderly
  80. Wall around Heaven
  81. This world is not my home
  82. When they ring those golden bells
  83. On the Jericho Road – studio recording
  84. That old Bourbon Street church
  85. I’m longing for home
  86. Too much to gain to lose
  87. How great Thou art
  88. When the saints
  89. Old time religion (Memphis Church 1970) – 57 minutes. Old Time Religion: Rare Recordings Of Jerry Lee Lewis In Church Preachin’, Shoutin’ and Singin’ at Brother Davis’ Parish, December 13, 1970 01 – Looking For A City 02 – I’m Longing For Home 03 – Life’s Railway To Heaven (Blessed Savior Thou Will Guide Us) 04 – Someone Who Cares 05 – If We Never Meet Again 06 – Down The Sawdust Trail 07 – Peace In The Valley 08 – Precious Memories 09 – The Old Rugged Cross 10 – It Will Be Worth It All 11 – I Know That Jesus Will Be There 12 – I’m In The Glory Land Way 13 – Tomorrow May Mean Goodbye 14 – Amazing Grace 15 – On The Jericho Road 16 – I’ll Fly Away 17 – My God Is Real 18 – What Will My Answer Be 19 – I Won’t Have To Cross Jordan Alone 20 – Keep On The Firing Line
  90. Country Gospel and Bible – I also have this gospel site if you feel like checking it out.

Party time

When I was a kid, Elvis sang lots of my favorite love songs, and one of them was “Let’s have a party.” I want to share with you another party – that is in the future.

Here are some Bible verses related to what I have posted. If you feel like it, you are welcome to check them out to see if I am telling the truth.

Revelation 19:9 And he saith unto me, Write, Blessed are they which are called unto the marriage supper of the Lamb. And he saith unto me, These are the true sayings of God.

Mark 16:16 Jesus said: He that believeth and is baptized shall be saved; but he that believeth not shall be damned.

1 John 1:9 If we confess our sins, he is faithful and just to forgive us our sins, and to cleanse us from all unrighteousness.

John 14:23 Jesus answered and said unto him, If a man love me, he will keep my words: and my Father will love him, and we will come unto him, and make our abode with him.

Acts 1:8 But ye shall receive power, after that the Holy Ghost is come upon you: and ye shall be witnesses unto me both in Jerusalem, and in all Judaea, and in Samaria, and unto the uttermost part of the earth.

1 Peter 2:24 Who his own self bare our sins in his own body on the tree, that we, being dead to sins, should live unto righteousness: by whose stripes ye were healed.

John 14:12 Jesus said: Verily, verily, I say unto you, He that believeth on me, the works that I do shall he do also; and greater works than these shall he do; because I go unto my Father.

James 1:17  Every good gift and every perfect gift is from above, and cometh down from the Father of lights, with whom is no variableness, neither shadow of turning.

Hebrews 9:27 And as it is appointed unto men once to die, but after this the judgment:

Hebrews 10:29 Of how much sorer punishment, suppose ye, shall he be thought worthy, who hath trodden under foot the Son of God, and hath counted the blood of the covenant, wherewith he was sanctified, an unholy thing, and hath done despite unto the Spirit of grace?

2 Corinthians 6:2  (For he saith, I have heard thee in a time accepted, and in the day of salvation have I succoured thee: behold, now is the accepted time; behold, now is the day of salvation.)

John 1:12 But as many as received him, to them gave he power to become the sons of God, even to them that believe on his name:

John 5:39 Search the scriptures; for in them ye think ye have eternal life: and they are they which testify of me.

Revelation 22:17 And the Spirit and the bride say, Come. And let him that heareth say, Come. And let him that is athirst come. And whosoever will, let him take the water of life freely.

Paul McCartney

Sir Paul McCartney is loved by millions around the world for the favorite love songs that he sang and wrote. A friend shared this video of Paul McCartney with James Corden in carpool karaoke, which I enjoyed very much and felt I must share it with you.

1. Paul McCartney with James Corden in carpool karaoke

He said he sang in the St. Barnabas Church choir. I thought that was very interesting. They go the the old house where he used to live – that was fascinating. The people in the pub love his singing and music!

2. Kennedy Center honors

He is honoured in America by the big shots.

3. Conan Show

He has a wry sense of humour.

4. Talking about John Lennon and the Beatles

5. David Frost interview

6. Ellen Show

7. Oprah Show

8. Performing “live” – 2005

He brings a lot of joy to a lot of people.

9. The View Show

10. Pirates of the Caribbean

11. Vicki Show (part 1)

This is Linda McCartney on the Vicki Show. On one of the shows, I was impressed by Paul McCartney. When he was asked what his greatest achievement was in life, he said it was being a father. So he must love his kids very much!

12. The Vicki Show (part 2)

On one of the shows I think they said that his song “Yesterday” had been covered by 11,000 singers! Wow.

Elvis “live”

This morning I was listening to some of these old “live” performances of Elvis, and enjoyed them very much. Hence I am sharing them with you. There is something about his singing and his energy that inspired me to start singing when I was young.

1. Elvis “live” 1955 – Louisiana Hayride – The Spirit of Elvis (35 minutes)

2. Elvis “live” in Tupelo 1956 (13 minutes)

He receives a “key” to the city.

3. Elvis “live” Mississippi – Alabama Fair 1956 (28 minutes)

Some things are different in these two videos, so that is why I have shared both of them.

4. Elvis “live” @ The Sun Session 1956  (56 minutes) (40 seconds are muted at 8.00 for copyright issues)

When I was at The Sun Studio back in 1983, all that was there was an old beat-up piano. From what I see on the internet, it is now a fancy tourist attraction. I was interested to hear him singing “You belong to my heart.” I can’t remember hearing him sing that song before. It is one of my favorite love songs from the old days by Ned Miller.

I just thought I would share a bit today, then later on I will probably add on more video links. Yesterday I was looking through my Elvis songbook, and he still sings many of my favorite love songs.


Favorite love songs by Johnny Harra

I only found out about Johnny Harra a couple of weeks ago, but found him very interesting. He looks so much like the real Elvis Presley. I have chosen a few favorite love songs that he sings, and also a bit about his life. He was born the same years as me, and I am grateful to God that I am still alive.

1. In the ghetto

His daughter Lisa Marie sings very nicely with him.

2. Blue Hawaii

Many times at night I lie in bed and sing this song to myself. It is one of my all time favorite love songs. I just imagine how nice it would be to be walking along the beach while the moon is over the sea, and the waves lapping at my feet.

3. Green, green grass of home – A favorite love song by Johnny Harra

4. Don’t leave me now

5. Since I met you Baby

6. Make the world go away

Junior and senior.

7. Heartbreak Hotel

8. Early morning rain

9. Singing at a wedding April 2007 – I can’t help falling in love with you

10. Big Boss Man

Junior and senior.

11. My way – It’s now or never – I can’t help falling in love with you

A few of my favorite love songs here!

12. Elvis Tribute Artist (ETA) – Interview by Fred Pfeiffer

Very good. We saw Elvis in Reno in 1976, but he tells of how he saw Elvis in Denver in 1976. Then the next morning there was a photo of him on the front page of the newspaper – they mistook him for Elvis!. So he got all excited and spent about $50 on newspapers. I thought that was so funny. I had my photo on the front page of a newspaper some years back, but I was ashamed that I looked so ugly!

13. Clips 1978 – 1989

14. Tribute – Peace in the Valley

Pictures of his wife and daughter.

15. 1981 Memphis part 1

16. 1981 Memphis part 2

17. 1981 Memphis part 3

18. 1991 Elvis sighting

19. $1 million dollar reward offered

20. Tribute for Vegas

21. Lifetime achievement award

22. On Facebook

23. Mary Scott – secretary

24. The legend website

I have just been on this website, and he sure has a lot of friends and fans.

25. Honey

Sandi said she loved this song, so I have added it on!

Johnny Harra, was born in 1946, sadly Johnny passed away in 2011. He was giving tribute to Elvis Presley for over 40 years. Famous for his role in the docudrama, “This Is Elvis” released in 1982. Since Elvis’ untimely death in 1977, during the filming of “This Is Elvis”, Johnny Harra is the only person to have laid in Elvis Presley’s bed. He had a show in Vegas, as well as on tour. Johnny starred in several re-enactments of Elvis sightings, and guest appearances on many shows. He is greatly missed by family, friends, and fans worldwide.

Harra means “Gift of God.” Some say that he was “Elvis” longer than Elvis was! I also have a gospel site if you would like to check it out: Country Gospel and Bible


Favorite love songs by Anne Murray

Before I came to Canada, I had never heard of Anne Murray, but here she is a big star. I hope you like this selection of some my favorite love songs sung by her. First I would like to share her interview that I saw on the news earlier this week.

1. TV interview – November 2017

2. A fool such as I

3. All I have to do is dream

4. All of me

5. Always on my mind

6. Anytime

7. Are you lonesome tonight?

Many times I lie in bed and dream of singing this favorite love song.

8. As time goes by

9. Bridge over troubled water

10. Bye, bye love

11. Can’t help falling in love with you

12. Child of mine

13. Cotton Jenny

14. Could I have this dance? – My favorite love song by Anne Murray

15. Daydream believer

16. I really don’t want to know

17. I’ll be seeing you

18. I believe in you

19. I can’t stop loving you

Another one of my all time favorite love songs.

20. I fall to pieces

21. Just another woman in love

22. Lean on me

23. Me and Bobby McGee

24. Oh lonesome me

25. Old Cape Cod

26. Put a little love in your heart

27. Save the last dance for me

28. Sea of heartbreak

29. She’ll have to go

30. Singing the blues

31. Snowbird

This was Anne Murray’s big hit and I heard it again earlier this week on the radio.

32. Someday (you’ll want me to want you)

33. Take these chains from my heart

34. Tennessee waltz

35. True love

One of my favorite love songs.

36. Vaya Con Dios

37. Wayward wind

38. We’ll meet again

39. When I fall in love

40. What a wonderful world

41. You are my sunshine

42. You don’t know me

43. You needed me

44. You’ve got a friend

I also have Anne Murray singing on my Gospel website if you would like to check it out: Country Gospel and Bible.

45. Interview 15 minutes

Anne Murray talks about the dark years when she thought she was a “one hit wonder”, her children William and Dawn, her marriage and the early struggle. Anne Murray was the first Canadian female solo singer to reach No. 1 on the U.S. charts, and also the first to earn a Gold record for one of her signature songs, “Snowbird”. She is often cited as the one who paved the way for other international Canadian success stories such as k.d. lang, Céline Dion and Shania Twain. Anne’s hits included Kenny Loggins’s “Danny’s Song” (1972), “A Love Song” (1973), “He Thinks I Still Care” and her Top 10 cover of The Beatles’ “You Won’t See Me” (1974). Her all-time biggest hit “You Needed Me” (1978) was the biggest hit of her career (and her personal favorite), “I Just Fall in Love Again”, “Shadows in the Moonlight”, and “Broken Hearted Me” (1979); her remake of The Beatles’ “I’m Happy Just to Dance With You” (1980), “Daydream Believer” and “Could I Have This Dance” (1980); “Blessed Are the Believers” (1981); “Another Sleepless Night” (1982); “A Little Good News” (1983); 1984’s “Just Another Woman in Love”, “Nobody Loves Me Like You Do” and “Time, Don’t Run Out On Me” (1985). Murray married Bill Langstroth, music producer in 1975. They have two children – William (born 1976) and Dawn (born 1979), a singer-songwriter and artist who has recorded with her mother a number of times. Bill died in 2015. Anne is currently 71 years young!


Elvis stories

Elvis Presley sings lots of my favorite loves songs, but there is always more than just the songs. People are fascinated about his life, his loves, his friends and his family. Here are some stories about him, and I will add some more later.

1. Jerry Schilling – We were there when Elvis met Nixon

Yesterday I was re-watching the fictional movie of how Elvis meets Nixon, and it was still very entertaining. I have watched it many times. Rick Peters acts the part very well. Made in 1997. It is good to hear the true story from Jerry.

2. Vernon shares

3.  EP sings about bald head

Many times he changes the words of songs. On one of my other sites he sings: “You taught me how to milk a cow.” It was supposed to be : “You taught me how to love and now……. you say that we are through.”

4. Ginger – his Fiancee reveals

5. Larry Geller talks about Darlene and EP

Larry was his hairdresser.

6. Larry talks about a half truth can be a lie

7. Larry talks about EP part 1

8. Larry talks about EP part 2

9. Larry – Discover Elvis’ spiritual journey

10. EP’s granddaughter

11. Ronnie McDowell – reflections of a king

I noticed yesterday that it was Ronnie McDowell who was singing on the movie: Elvis meets Nixon.

12. EP cartoon – heaven’s gate

13. Anita Wood – Why she broke up with him

14. Anita – the day his mother died

15. Why Gladys was so depressed

She had a dream of fire around Elvis – their car had caught on fire that same night. She hated his success – she had to share him with others. She wanted to be poor again. Elvis had a premonition the night she died. “She’s all I ever lived for.” Grave photo – Star of David and a Cross.

16. Linda Thompson Part 1

17. Linda Thompson Part 2

18. Linda Thompson Part 3

19. Linda Thompson Part 4

20. Linda Thompson Part 5

21. Linda Thompson Part 6

22. Gillian Welsh – EP Blues

23. EP phone call with Red West – October 1976

24. Interview with Red West

25. EP movie list

26. The death of Judy Tyler (Jailhouse Rock)

27. A story of how EP fooled the world – with his fake death

28. I can’t help it – with Anita Wood 1958 – home recording

29. Anita Wood – “I’ll wait forever” – photos of army induction 1958

30. Anita Wood talks about the letter from Pricilla wanting to come from Germany

31. What Vernon and Dee did to EP

32.Anita Wood and EP – home movies

33. Some of EP’s other children

34. Joe Esposito remembers

Joe remembers his good buddy and employer. Very interesting.

35. Annette Wolf talks about the Elvis CBS TV concert special

36. Memories of the king

37. When God calls me home

I also have a gospel site if you would like to check it out: Country Gospel and Bible