Off the Record: The Final Interview Collectors Edition

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This all sounded familiar as I had been there before. It contained only very short excerpts of the complete interview but, at that time, this promo was one of the hardest to find of any of Elvis' U. I had no idea it would be that much in demand but it sure was. Click Elton image for Full-Size photo. But get this - a friend of mine on Facebook Matt Perreira thanks to his friend Erick Silva sent me this photo of Elton John in his record room and take a look at the red arrow and where it points to! Examine the photograph I. Some told me that Eddie Murphy the comedian ordered from us but under an assumed name. Things were crazy. That was the beginning of my lifelong fascination with Elvis Presley. He was like a little puppy dog who followed me everywhere. EIN: Did you and Sam get offered any other Elvis material that you never released or slipped through your hands? Not only were these losers calling up other collectors pretending to have rare records which they never had and then taking people's money without sending anything back but they also were very jealous of me and the records I had produced so they got in touch with TV GUIDE magazine and informed them of my recent LP. Before I sent this to you I had to ask him permission first and he just gave it but, because of a confidentiality agreement he still has with BMG, he asked me to "white out" certain parts.

But what are the main highlights of your long and interesting involvement in the Elvis world? This had only six songs and, in my opinion, it was one of the best and most underrated movies he ever made. EIN: Business was obviously very good at the time? Everyone wanted to interview me and I was busy getting calls from everywhere. Examine the screen. Enter the pub. Enter the Front Yard. He is one fun great guy and we are still friends and he still sends me interesting things from time to time. I had no idea what to expect as I carefully opened that unbelievably well packed box and I remember that moment like it was 2 minutes ago. I can only remember a few right now. Talk to Stephen X. I had no idea it would be that much in demand but it sure was. Enter the Private Cabin.


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Maybe some day it will come out but I sincerely doubt it as the story behind it is very scary! EIN: How did this new fascination become your business? Before I sent this to you I had to ask him permission first and he Sweet Shop Rush gave it but, because of a confidentiality agreement he still has with BMG, he asked me to "white out" certain parts. And actually that philosophy was really behind all of the bootleg LP's I did for the next five years! But please note that since so many outtakes have been released by Ernst on FTD some of the above may have already come out. I never knew why the change of heart. Return to the Town Center. WWE: Katy and Bob: Way Back Home, turning a hobby into a business wasn't accomplished overnight. Solution: R. I can only remember a few right now. Well, I later found out that RCA Japan Pirates Plunder great pains to remaster them and this gave them a much better and clearer sound making some of the songs even sound like different takes. EIN: After Elvis' death you also branched out into selling jewelry. Go to the Garden. I had just produced the ultimate Elvis LP!

I had just started dating a girl in mid Thank God for bootlegs! I had just produced the ultimate Elvis LP! WWE: Well, turning a hobby into a business wasn't accomplished overnight. So I have no idea what ever happened to these. WWE: Incredible. EIN: After Elvis' death you also branched out into selling jewelry. This was not the typical Elvis movie where he would do twelve songs. Milne a huge worldwide Elvis collector at that time from Aberdeen, Scotland entered my life so I must thank him still for being my teacher, mentor, and everything. Enter the Farmhouse. For some reason I found myself becoming a totally obsessed Elvis Presley record collector which may have been WORSE than any of the well-known bad habits. Enter the Kitchen. If you're like me I just can't keep track of them all, but these are what I was offered.

WWE: I did get offered more live shows but to be honest I wrote a list Collecctors years and Col,ectors ago but I never wrote down the exact information, even though I did have it at the time - but God Keys to Manhattan where that list is now!! So I have no idea what ever happened to these. Enter the Old Goose Pub. EIN: After Elvis' death you also branched out into selling jewelry. Sorry about the redactions but still I think fans would like to see it.


I wanted a normal picture cover but that became too complicated to do so I ended up buying a plain white mailing envelope with a flap on the back and went to a printer to get a Dorsey photo on both sides and lettering. John Wilkinson also was a good customer of some of our earlier LP's. I had just produced the ultimate Elvis LP! Elvis collector, Elvis dealer, former Elvis Bootlegger tells all When and how did you manage that? Some told me that Eddie Murphy the comedian ordered from us but under an assumed name. WWE: Well, turning a hobby into a business wasn't accomplished overnight. Two completely useless cowardly nobodies from New Jersey at that time were the first crooks I had become aware of in my new Elvis world. Move down. He is one fun great guy and we are still friends and he still sends me interesting things from time to time. Enter the Private Cabin. Thank God for bootlegs!

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10 thoughts on “Off the Record: The Final Interview Collectors Edition

  1. Of course it was devastating to them and to me. Return to the Pub Bathroom. I know Anita Bryant of the Florida orange juice fame and also a singer ordered a lot.

  2. Go to the Garden. The need to conquer more and more countries was just beginning! I had no idea it would be that much in demand but it sure was.

  3. I was hooked! Talk to Richard Burkins H. We couldn't keep this in stock. I can only remember a few right now.

  4. Even Sam I'm sure has no idea. Records and, except for the few people who owned this, hardly anyone had ever heard it. I finally did. I was stunned to say the least.

  5. Read the note Q. Go down into the Cellar. Forget about the songs! The label was ridiculous! All I knew is that I had to find someone who could press my first LP.

  6. I think it would be interesting for your readers to know about the origin of that picture! I had discovered literally a goldmine and my life was never to be the same again! In the book Dowling is credited as "revolutionizing the Elvis bootleg scene" due to his desire to create high-quality product that could compete or even be better than the official RCA output. WWE: Good question.

  7. In the book Dowling is credited as "revolutionizing the Elvis bootleg scene" due to his desire to create high-quality product that could compete or even be better than the official RCA output. Hey, at least I did not copy the RCA logo! Open the cupboards P.

  8. Open the panel P. I always just wanted to have fun but this was no fun! I had no idea it would be that much in demand but it sure was. Things were crazy.

  9. I wanted everything. It contained only very short excerpts of the complete interview but, at that time, this promo was one of the hardest to find of any of Elvis' U. It has been a long time since fans read an interview with Paul Dowling and EIN wanted to find out what he was up to - and what he thought of the Elvis scene after all these years.

  10. It was the first Elvis bootleg LP to be shrink wrapped. But before I got off the phone I heard his wife in the background crying hysterically. Who played them anyway as I had heard them all… I simply loved it. I just recall Jean Marc almost collapsing in a chair and it seemed like he remained there for hours.

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