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Presley, Elvis - The EdSullivanShows
A collection of 1950s appearances by ElvisPresley on the American variety series The EdSullivan Show. The collection includes televised performances of 'Don't Be Cruel', 'Love Me Tender' and 'Hound Dog'.
Appearing on the show Sept. 9, 1956, Elvis sent shock waves through a repressed nation with his soulful singing, wild hip gyrations and raw energy, attracting a record-breaking TV audience of more than 60 million people. Presley returned on Oct. 28, 1956, continuing to provoke ecstatic screams with hits such as "Don't Be Cruel," "Love Me Tender" and "Hound Dog." In fact, these exhilarating performances were so explosive that Elvis was filmed above the waist during his final Sullivan show appearance...
EdSullivan: Gone Too Soon/Groovy Sounds [DVD Video Disc] EREDV516 DVD
For 25 years, EdSullivan hosted an American institution, "The EdSullivan Show". This DVD focuses on performances from artists who died early, and some of the more psychedelic acts who appeared on the show, featuring Janis Joplin, ElvisPresley, Buddy Holly and The Carpenters amongst others.
Sundays with Sullivan: How the EdSullivan Show Brought Elvis, the Beatles, and Culture to America
Sundays with Sullivan: How the EdSullivan Show Brought Elvis, the Beatles, and Culture to America by Bernie Ilson (Author) Format: Hardcover (232 pages) ISBN 10: 1589793900 ISBN 13: 9781589793903 Publisher: Taylor Trade Publishing Published: Dec 2008 Temporarily out of stock Item Condition: Brand New Price:£13.77List Price: £14.88You Save:£1.11 (7%) Temporarily out of stock Add to wishlist Or buy from Amazon.co.uk
The EdSullivanShows: Definitive Performances [DVD]
In 19566 the world as we knew it changed forever. Rock and Roll exploded right into our living rooms and the name of that explosion was ElvisPresley. With raw energy, wild hip gyrations and a soulful sound like no other, Presley made television history with an earth-shattering performance on the venerable EdSullivan Show, attracting a record-breaking TV audience of more than 60 million people. Then with a nation still glued to their sets and a studio audience screaming for more, he returned to...