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Elvis Encyclopedia Quiz

Elvis Encyclopedia Quiz

By: Adam Victor

More than thirty years after his death, Elvis Presley remains indelibly etched in to the American psyche. As the Elvis of myth – an embodiment of the American Dream in the flesh- has become synonymous with Elvis the man, the subject of countless books, articles and songs, it has become increasingly hard to discern who Elvis really was. By combining obsessive research with absorbing writing, Adam Victor, author of the bestselling The Marilyn Encyclopedia, sifts through the competing versions of events throughout Elvis’s life and traces a young man’s path to immortality.

The Elvis Encyclopedia, the product of over six years of research, was created to help bring order to the massive amount of material written about Elvis Presley. In doing so, it stands as the most comprehensive book about his extraordinary life and legacy ever published. Below is a quiz based on information from The Elvis Encyclopedia designed to test your basic knowledge about Elvis and his life. Learn the answers and so much more by picking up your copy of The Elvis Encyclopedia!
Answer the following by choosing either a, b, c, or d:

1. What did Elvis pay for Circle G Ranch?
a. $36,000
b. $437,000
c. $1,000,000
d. 128,000

2. What was Elvis’s job before cutting his first record in 1955?
a. delivery truck driver for Crown Electric
b. worked in a sewing factory with his mother
c. a line cook at the local diner
d. he cut lawns for the local neighbors

3. What was Elvis’s first appearance on national television and when?
a. “Louisiana Hayride” on KWKH March 5, 1955
b. “The Roy Orbison Show” on KOSA May 31, 1955
c. “Stage Show” on CBS January 28, 1956
d. “Milton Berle Show” April 1956

4. Between which two celebrities is Elvis’s star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame?
a. Gary Cooper and Milton Berle
b. Jack Lemmon and Ronald Regan
c. Fred Astaire and Ingrid Bergman
d. Ray Charles and Vivian Leigh

5. How many of the following women did Elvis marry?  Magdalen Moran, Dixie Locke, June Juanico, Anita Wood, Priscilla Beaulieu, Linda Thompson, Ginger Alden
a. three
b. two
c. one
e. six

6. What did radio personality, Dewey Phillips, call Elvis when spinning his record on the radio for the first time?
a. Elton Preston
b. Eli Preistly
c. Elia Priest
d. Ellis Perry

7. What was Elvis’s favorite alias to use when traveling?
a. Tom Wilson
b. John Carpenter
c. Jon Burrows
d. Lucky Jackson

8. Which of Elvis’s movies was the only one to premiere in New York City?
a. Viva Las Vegas
b. Love Me Tender
c. Jailhouse Rock
d. Blue Hawaii

9. Of what was Elvis made honorary captain in 1956?
a. Louisiana Hayride
b. The Tupelo Rotary Club
c. The Mississippi State Baseball Team
d. Louisiana State Highway Patrol

10. What was one of Elvis’s earliest gifts to his mother after giving her the famed pink Cadillac?
a. a vacuum
b. an electric mixer
c. a house
d. a washer/dryer set

11. How many number one singles made it to the Billboard Charts in Elvis’s lifetime?
a. 10
b. 38
c. 57
d. 17

12. What was the name Elvis gave to the pitched firework battles he regularly held in the Graceland grounds over the Christmas and July 4th holidays?
a. Spectacular Spectacular
b. Sparkle Show
c. War
d. Lisa Marie’s Fireworks

The above is excerpted from the book The Elvis Encyclopedia
by Adam Victor
Published by Overlook Duckworth Press; October 2008;$65.US/$71.50CAN; 978-1-585-67598-2
Copyright © 2008 Adam Victor

Quiz Answers: b, a, c, d, b, a, c, b, d, b, d, c

About the Author

Adam Victor is a writer and translator and the author of The Marilyn Encyclopedia. The Elvis Encyclopedia is his biggest project to date, the distillation of more than six years of research in libraries, film and audio archives, and private collections. The result is the most comprehensive book on Elvis ever published. Adam Victor lives in Italy with his wife and son.

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Elvis Presley and His Music From the Heart

Elvis Presley and His Music From the Heart

By: Gen Wright

When Elvis began putting together his collection of music for his comeback, he was able to reflect on many years of a great range of popular American music, including his own and that of other people.

Elvis was blessed with a natural talent to sing just about anything, but he also needed to feel as comfortable with his selected material, as he was around the guys that worked for him.

Elvis was well aware he had an audience to please, but if he was in the mood and wanted to do something different, he would also please himself, as long as he did it his way.

In his selection of music were the Elvis Golden Oldies, which were always great crowd-pleasing favorites they included??That?s All Right (Mama),? ?Cant Help Falling In Love,? ?Love Me Tender,? ?Heartbreak Hotel,? ?All Shock Up,? ?Hound Dog,? ?Trying to Get to You,? ?Jailhouse Rock??many of these songs are now used in a shortened form and put in suitable medleys.

The new range of material that found its way into his performance says a great deal about his existence and image.

Elvis required a personal ?hold? in everything that he did; which might come from the style of the music, but most of the time it was more likely to come from something in the lyric, which would allow him to express himself.

Elvis knew that the only thing that would help the music stay fresh, alive, and take a hold on the audience was to add his personal touch with a meaningful opening.

Elvis was not one to sing a song unless he felt it; he had to feel it in his heart, for that?s where he sang from and that?s what made him a famous star.

No matter what he sang it had to fit him perfectly, and it is obvious when going through songs he sang over the years, and hearing the personal connections that were evident in his life.

The guys in the group were often on the lookout for new material to try out on the boss, like Simon and Garfunkel?s moving classic, ?Bridge Over Trouble Water,? a song Elvis found instantly challenging and emotionally powerful.

When Elvis performed ?Bridge Over Trouble Water,? his trembling body quivers, his head rolls on his shoulders, while clinching his fists letting the sweat pour down his face, and when he gets to ?I?ve Lost You? he is down on his knees as if death is the only option: as the tears streak the mascara.

Creedence Clearwater Revival?s traditional, ?Proud Mary,? allowed the kind of vocal expression Elvis loved, as did Tony Joe Whites ?Polk Salad Annie? also having the same excited reaction.

Then there were the songs he sang for special reasons.
A Marty Robbinss hit, ?You Gave Me A Mountain? expressed his need to persist, remain strong, continue with strength after his divorce, and the sadness of being without his daughter.

?American Trilogy,? one Elvis put together, as a tribute to the dignity of his country and its tradition. Only Elvis could have pulled it off with such perfection.

In the end Elvis variety of musical material, remained a very profitable mixture of his past and present; his music was the glue that held together all those dissimilar basics in his life.

In private Elvis enjoyed the theatrical numbers with vocal back up, he was attracted to the many voices hitting at one time, from the lowest bass to the highest peak tenors and sopranos reaching the same note. Elvis loved the force behind it.

Mostly, Elvis took pleasure in listening to gospel. Elvis strongly believed, there was nothing as influential or inspirational than the good gospel music, he would carry around a case of a hundred or so albums?most of them were gospel music.

Listening to his chosen gospel music was a means for Elvis to get in touch with his roots; he often used this music for giving praise to the Lord when feeling humble and thankful, which he regularly did. The Bible says to sing praise and lift your voice to Him.

When Elvis sang ?How Great Thou Art? he felt it in his soul, with such feeling and meaning he had the power in him to move mountains. Elvis quite often liked to listen to Mahalia Jackson, who was to Elvis, the Queen of Gospel.

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