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Folge 577 - ** Thema: Letzte Elvis-Session der 50er Jahre
Vito Picone und The Elegents
Original Wortprotokoll Werner Voss

  • Elvis Presley with The Jordanaires - I Need Your Love Tonight
  • Elvis Presley with The Jordanaires - A Big Hunk O'Love
  • Eddie Riff - Ain't That Lovin' You, Baby
  • Elvis Presley - Ain't That Lovin' You Baby
  • Elvis Presley with The Jordanaires - (Now And Then There's) A Fool Such As I
  • Elvis Presley - I Got Stung
  • Eddie Riff - My Baby's Gone Away
  • Mister Ruffin (aka Eddie Riff) - Bring It On Back
  • The Cavaliers - Dance, Dance, Dance
  • Pat Cordel & The Crescents - Darling Come Back
  • The Elegants - Little Star
  • The Elegants - Getting Dizzy
  • The Elegants - Please Believe Me
  • The Elegants - True Love Affair
  • The Elegants - Pay Day
  • The Elegants - Spiral
  • The Elegants - I've Seen Everything
  • Russ Veers - Warm As Toast
  • The Rhythm Aces - Mohawk Rock
 

Folge 503 - ** Thema: in memoriam (44) Floyd Dixon & Mari Jones with Johnny Moore's Three Blazers - Real Lovin' Mama; Floyd Dixon - Oo Ee Little Girl

The opening song, " And It Stoned Me ", was written about feelings of ecstasy received from witnessing and experiencing nature, in a narrative describing a rural setting with a county fair and mountain stream. Morrison said he based it on a quasi-mystical experience he had as a 12 year old fishing in the Comber village of Ballystockart, where he once asked for water from an old man who said he had retrieved it from a stream. "We drank some and everything seemed to stop for me", the singer recalled, adding that it induced a momentary feeling of quietude in him. According to Hinton, these childhood images foreshadowed both spiritual redemption and—in Morrison's reference to " jellyroll " in the chorus—sexual pleasure. [22] AllMusic's Tom Maginnis argued that the singer was instead likening the experience to the first time hearing jazz pianist Jelly Roll Morton . [23] The largely acoustic title track featured piano, guitar, saxophone, electric bass, and a flute over-dub backing Morrison, who sang of an adult romance set in Autumn and imitated a saxophone with his voice near the song's conclusion. "This is a rock musician singing jazz, not a jazz singer, though the music itself has a jazz swing", Hinton remarked, noting how its rhythm is played in triplets rather than rock's archetypical quadruple time signature . [24] " Crazy Love " was recorded with Morrison's voice so close to the microphone that it captured the click of Morrison's tongue hitting the roof of his mouth as he sang. [25] He sings in falsetto , producing what Hinton felt was a sense of intense intimacy, backed by a female chorus. [26]

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