sábado, 4 de outubro de 2014


Frase Elvis

By: Vinicius Kullack

The Voice of Elvis


Elvis had a very flexible and eclectic vocal register for those who never had singing lessons or even conventional theoretical. Elvis, baritone, could reach 3/8 and sometimes reach the vocal recording of tenors and basses, perhaps due to these factors, many connoisseurs of his work, fans properly, call him The Voice. 

According to those who are eager to live performances of Elvis, especially the 70's, he masterfully demonstrated his vocal power, and to this day, still impresses those who do not know his career in its most comprehensive form; Elvis reached in many of his performances called "do breast", which is the musical note "Sol 3", made ​​with head voice - like a falsetto. 

To the surprise of some beginners in his vast work, Elvis was already showing signs of great vocal power already in the 50s, especially in bass notes, the genesis of this future vocal phenomenon occurred in the evaluation of some, in the year 1957 Continuing its evolution as a performer, Elvis would achieve in the next decade, a fairly high vocal maturity, both bass notes and now also in high notes; a milestone in this evolution would be the album How Great Thou Art, recorded in 1966 and released shortly thereafter, in early 1967. 

Elvis began his professional career at just 19 years old, so the transition from adolescence to adulthood, the call puberty, where the voice of Elvis was in full transformation, thus reached its maturity in the later years . 

With the constant use of the voice, the vocal folds become more resilient, responding much better and more readily, allowing the singer to reach high notes and improve the sound quality as a whole, thus making her voice a real instrument, as say that was the case with Elvis Presley. 

The challenge for those who prefer the extension is the tuning, extremely technical corner, and Elvis got several opportunities in the difficult reconciliation, according to experts. One of the hardest notes to achieve is the "C above central", and Elvis hit many times in live shows during the 70s, said by experts. 

With an extensive vocal range and his technique operesca right way, especially in the 70s, Elvis Presley became famous for being one of the most impressive examples of what a singer can do with his voice, turning it into a real instrument, leading to doubt in some people, with their skepticisms, if the performances are even written by Elvis.

By Vinicius Kullack

Special Jumpsuits

The most famous clothing Elvis shows are called "jumpsuits", the jumpsuits that Elvis used in his performances in the period from 1969 to 1977 The first clothes are evaluated as well simple. Most of these costumes were made at the request of Elvis that had the appearance of clothes karate over the years were taking their clothes more extravagant forms. His most famous jumpsuit is the show's Hawaii January 1973, the "Aloha Eagle". But even before these jumpsuits, Elvis became well known for her extravagant clothing and even historical. All are on display today at Graceland; each of these overalls received a name, among them we can mention; 

Gold Suit or The Gold Lame Suit:

It was used in 1957 for some concerts, the famous "golden clothes" as it became known among the Brazilian fans, became the cover of a 1959 album called Elvis Golden Records Vol.2. 

Gold Lame used in Ottawa,Vancouver, Canada (1957)

Comeback Special

Gold Suit 

Black Leather Suit: 

This is the famous black leather outfit from the 1968 NBC special, he just used that special. 

Aloha Eagle: 

The three Aloha Eagle
The first is from 12/01 Rehearsal, the second 14/01 Aloha show and the third is from 1974

This is one of the most famous, was used in historic concert at Hawaii 1973, however, this was not the only time he used it, also Elvis wore in the other concerts in 1973 and early 1974. 

American Eagle:

 It is sometimes confused with the "Aloha" was a jumpsuit worn by Elvis in some shows in 1974, including shows in Los Angeles, where the band Led Zeppelin was present, this is considered a of the best moments of Presley in the 70s. 


It's one of those where the layout is quite different compared to the others, considered by some as one of the most simple and beautiful, used in 1975. 


This is chosen by most fans as one of the ugliest used by Elvis throughout his career, he used it for a few shows in 1975 and 1976. 

Bicentennial Bicentennial Blue and White: 

They have this name (Bicentennial), due to a tribute to Elvis wanted to pay two hundred years of independence from the USA in 1976. 

Indian Feather:

 According to sources, was a favorite of the king of guitar due to the fact that he used it for a few shows from 1975 to 1977. 

Mexican Sundial And the Last Show CBS Concerts



                          Last Show 26 june 1977 Market Square Arena
                                     Indianopolis, in.

                                        Last Show 26 june 1977 Market Square Arena
                                     Indianopolis, in.


 One of the most famous Elvis jumpsuits, he wore during much of the year 1977, being well recognized due to the fact that he served during the dress shows that they became TV special, Elvis in Concert, also was used in the final concert of Elvis on June 26 of that year. 

                                             28 may 1977 


Historic Suit: 

This is said to be the jumpsuit that Elvis would wear on his tour August 1977, which was never realized, evidently due to his death on August 16, 1977.

This jumpsuit, known as Historic Suit, shown below and then with montages, makes us imagine how Elvis would have been spectacular with it!

Elvis In Orlando, Feb 15 1977                                  

                          Unchained Melody Album Cover

By: Vinicius Kullack

quarta-feira, 1 de outubro de 2014

Elvis Presley Totem Pole Suit 1975

Totem Pole Suit 

Totem Pole Suit

Original name: Totem Pole

Other names: Gypsy suit 

Description: Dark blue jumpsuit with white puffy sleeves. Also a "chocker" was part of this suit. 

"Red Armadillo Belt"
Original belt 


This suit made its debut during the 1975 July tour, but when Elvis first wore it, he didn't wear it with the original belt. He wore it with a belt that was originally designed for the "Navy Blue Two-piece with Red armao". The original belt was worn with this suit during his 1975 December Las Vegas engagement.

By Vinicius Kullack

International Hotel on July 31, 1969!

International Hotel on July 31, 1969!

Known for a powerful stage presence in total command of every room he has ever worked. But backstage at the International Hotel on July 31, 1969, Elvis Presley was packing back and forth like a panther. In a few minutes, he would march out into what was then the largest showroom in Las Vegas, holding 2.000 people.

Elvis Presley : Live In Concert : International Hotel, Las Vegas : July 31, 1969.
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Elvis Presley : Live In Concert : International Hotel, Las Vegas : July 31, 1969.
Elvis Presley : Live In Concert : International Hotel, Las Vegas : July 31, 1969.
Elvis Presley : Live In Concert : International Hotel, Las Vegas : July 31, 1969.
Elvis Presley : Live In Concert : International Hotel, Las Vegas : July 31, 1969.

Elvis Presley : Live In Concert : International Hotel, Las Vegas : July 31, 1969.
Elvis Presley : Live In Concert : International Hotel, Las Vegas : July 31, 1969.
By : Vinicius Kullack