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Alex .... have you been reading my mind .... my FAVE Elvis C. song?!
I'm not a real Elvis fan, but me too, I love this tune.
Elvis is near the top of my "must see live at some point" list
 i'm not either, but he's good. it's not fair to always clump him and Joe Jackson - and Graham Parker - together but i'll take JJ over any of 'em (and just about anybody else, too)! Joe Jackson is The Man!!!
i still can't believe Diana Krall married Elvis. feh! : /
I saw Elvis in Central Park last summer. Middle of July, about 95 degrees out wearing a black suit, black shirt, and Doc Marten's. I wouldn't have it any other way.
I go in waves with Costello. I won't listen to him for ages, and then I'll hear a tune that sounds just so damn good to me, I'll dive into an album or two for a while. Sometimes his lyrics are so dense they wear me out. Overall, I think he's had a very impressive career.
Great tune, excellent album. He's a real creative. I've seen him a bunch, although mostly invited. And I agree with matt b, he can be dense. His song cycles for example attract a limited audience.
I put on Blood & Chocolate the other day for the first time in years and really enjoyed it. I find I generally come back to those first 3 albums and then King of America.
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