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The "Roots Revolution: Louisiana Hayride" CD is successful because the music included is clear and it is probably the closest you can get and imagine how Elvis, Scotty, Bill and DJ Fontana sounded during those early live concerts. The CD comes with a mini book which contains anecdotes of the Hayride shows with black & white pictures of Elvis and an explanation of the restoration process. For those fans who were not present in those early concerts but want to experience how it was, this is a must.
We’re still trying to catch up with Elvis Presley after 50 years. These recordings began the sea change that was to follow, the great moment when the flood gates were opened-the innocent, raw, profoundly unique Elvis Presley like we would never hear him again. Anyone who ever picked up a guitar after is still having a conversation with what Elvis started, whether they know it or not.
Louisiana Hayride was a radio and later television country music show broadcast from the Shreveport Municipal Memorial Auditorium in Shreveport, Louisiana, that during its heyday from 1948 to 1960 helped to launch the careers of some of the greatest names in American country and western music. Elvis Presley performed on the radio version of the program in 1954 and made his first television appearance on the television version of Louisiana Hayride on March 3, 1955.
Elvis Has Left The Building (2:03) 27. Hayride End Jingle (0:58) 28. June Carter Talks About Elvis On The Hayride (1:28) 29. Maybellene (Tunzi Remix) (2:02). King - Do The Boogie ~ Early 50s Classics. Elvis Presley - 100 Super Rocks ~ Vo. Neil Young & Crazy Horse - Weld. Revolution Rock 012. 4 Non Blondes. 2 hours ago. 13 afternoon.
Elvis Presley and The Louisiana Hayride October 16, 1954. The Blue Moon Boys, Elvis, Scotty, and Bill were on the road. They washed their faces (everybody waited while Elvis combed his hair), and then begun their round of Shreveport's music scene. On the evening of Elvis' debut, October 16, 1954, Horace Logan strutted across the stage to the microphone to open the Hayride. Offstage Elvis looked on nervously. This was the largest house, by far, that he had played.