TELL ME WHAT’D I SAY?
ELVIS – A TOUCH OF GOLD is mostly based on four different types of personal experiences with Elvis Presley:
1. My experiences as a fan of Elvis’s music since I was a child in the ’50s and first heard You ain’t nothin’ but a hound dog.
2. My experiences as a buyer of Elvis’s records since the mid ’60s, when I was able to save enough of my allowance to buy 45s.
3. My experiences as a buyer and seller of collectable Elvis records since the mid ’70s.
4. My experiences as an author chronicling and evaluating rare Elvis records in articles, books, and now the Internet since the ’80s.
What you won’t find on A Touch Of Gold is gossip about Elvis’s personal life. But I do differentiate between idle gossip (like most sex and most drugs) and addressing events in Presley’s personal life that obviously affected his professional life (like some sex and some drugs).
Now ask me what’d I say and I’d say if you want to know more, then . . .