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TCBCast is an unofficial fan podcast featuring co-hosts Gurdip Ladhar and Justin Gausman discussing the music and life of Elvis Presley. These post-1977, next-generation Presley aficionados tackle topics such as his film career, discography, influences and of course cultural phenomenon surrounding his iconography. TCBCast is not associated with or endorsed by Graceland, Elvis Presley Enterprises, or Sony.
 
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Covering the brilliant recording career of Elvis Aaron Presley, The Elvis Presley Podcast presents an episodic journey through the King of Rock and Roll's life and music career. Featuring a variety of interviews and musical excerpts covering the Early Years, Gospel to Movies to Las Vegas and beyond, the Elvis Presley Podcast is your inside track into the world of one the most profound creative artists of all-time.For more great podcasts, please visit the main Legacy Recordings Podcast page.
 
A Little More Conversation is dedicating to celebrating the music and life of Elvis Presley. Each week, our resident Elvis expert Martin Clancy and our Elvis novice Noel Tate explore a different Elvis album. We discuss the music from the album, the life of Elvis leading up to and at the time of the album release, and learn a few facts along the way! This podcast is for all fans of the King of Rock n'Roll. Whether you are an Elvis fanatic who's been to Graceland and have the t-shirt, or if yo ...
 
Matt and Morgan are on a cinematic journey through all 31 feature films starring the one and only Elvis Presley. In addition to the individual films, they'll also be discussing the different cultural aspects of Elvis outside of his movies and the general vibe of the 50's and 60's through a present day perspective. New episode every Friday.
 
From WTVA Podcasts and Producer Josh Ward comes the perfect chatfest for any and all Elvis Presley fans. Broadcasting from the King's hometown of Tupelo, Mississippi, Josh interviews those who knew the legend before he became a legend, and those who travel the globe the see his birthplace.
 
A respected retired casino executive in Las Vegas since the 1960's. I came to Vegas during the Rat Pack's yrs, Howard Hughes was buying properties and Ceasers Palace was just a dream. I've seen it all, Aman Kisogi from Saudi Arabia win millions at the turn of a card, Elvis Presley's manager (Col.Parker) demand he had enough rubber ducks for his bath and Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin and Sammy Davis rant and rave when they did not get service that they demanded. I am still here and making money, ...
 
To experience the "essential, eccentric south" real & raw go to http://www.twistedsouth.com The radio version of Twisted South Magazine, hosted weekly by a variety of special guests sometimes including Twisted South owner/CEO, Zeke Loftin and other Twisted South staff members.Visit with interesting musical guests and some of the wildest characters in the South and beyond. The show is known for its bizarre and famous call in guests and breaking all the rules of radio and producing hilarious o ...
 
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Elvis's shortest album (with the longest title) also known later as simply "Elvis Sings Flaming Star," was one of the earliest LPs Justin ever owned, so the guys are taking a not-so-objective look at this 1968 promo release that brought together a number of then-previously-unreleased cuts, including Tiger Man, Too Much Monkey Business, Do the Vega …
 
This movie jumps on the bandwagon of two different trends. We've got a beach party movie on our hands with a Beatles inspired rock band at its center. Luckily that means we ended up having a delightful time. Matt does a deep dive into how beach party movies became a thing and even gives a mini review of one he watched. Morgan liked a lot of the son…
 
We get a few signs of our growth throughout this series as we enter into the back half of the Elvis filmography. In this episode Matt is able to actually summarize the whole plot in short order and Morgan recognizes an actress and pinpoints which past film she appeared in. Look at us go. That being said, Morgan is getting fed up with the tropes. Sh…
 
The incomparable Jaime Kay is back to regale us with tales of her trip to Memphis during Elvis Week 2021, including her time emceeing a discussion with Ginger Alden, visiting Tupelo and Circle G, and brief sidebars on her trip this past May to Graceland and Sun Records. Then, Gurdip busts out the gate with the bluesy Song of the Week "So Glad You'r…
 
It's pretty wild that we're already halfway towards our goal. So many movies. So we're taking an episode to pause and reflect. The bulk of the time is taken up with us committing to ranking all the Elvis character names. Along the way we also discuss favourite songs, outfits, sidekicks, co-stars and even favourite scene of Elvis singing while drivi…
 
No less than five* different releases from the official Elvis collector label Follow That Dream have featured recordings by a man with a distinct voice simply named "Jimmy Breedlove." But upon looking further, revealed is a man produced by Jesse Stone, who worked with Winfield Scott, sang for LaVern Baker, Ruth Brown, Ivory Joe Hunter and Big Joe T…
 
A classic movie gimmick. Have your lead actor play dual roles. Though they really don't utilize its potential with Elvis. The result is an almost okay movie. It wasn't as bad as we were expecting but maybe we're just getting better at keeping our expectations really low. Morgan takes offense to a pair of overalls worn backwards. Matt notices Elvis …
 
As requested by TCBCast patrons, it's now the silly hour as Justin & Gurdip take a look at some of their all-time favorite recorded moments of Elvis being goofy, losing it on stage or in the studio, or delivering a punchline. Then, for Song of the Week, as voted upon by patrons as well, Gurdip cruises down to "Memphis, Tennessee" to check out Elvis…
 
Here's a brief teaser of this month's exclusive unofficial commentary we did on Patreon. This month, we took a look at the 2004 film "Elvis Has Left the Building" starring Kim Basinger, John Corbett, Denise Richards, Annie Potts, Sean Astin and many others, directed by longtime TV sitcom and "My Big Fat Greek Wedding" director Joel Zwick. If you en…
 
Since we're opting to go with the production order of the movies instead of the release dates, Kissin' Cousins can wait for next week. Elvis gets paired off with a leading lady who can really go toe to toe with him. Ann-Margret hops into this picture and brings along some folks who worked with her on Bye Bye Birdie. Matt really dug the filmmaking o…
 
Gurdip's back! Inspired by Justin Song of the Week last week, the guys celebrate Elvis' recording of "That's All Right" and taking a closer look at both the events in Elvis' life during the week or so leading up to July 5, 1954, but also the music of the period, to show that while some of the DNA of Elvis' music was fully present already, nothing o…
 
Back to our regularly scheduled programming. We recorded it once and some audio was lost but second time's the charm so you may now hear our thoughts on Fun in Acapulco. It's a pretty good bad movie that contains probably our favourite weird scene transition yet. We go into the surprising history Elvis had with Mexico which led to him being unable …
 
This week, Justin is joined by Chris Jones, co-host of the Hall of Songs Podcast (HallofSongs.com), to follow a wide variety of rabbit trails across the spectrum of Elvis' musical career. First up is news about the newly unveiled Back in Nashville box set focusing on Elvis' 1971 recordings, then we dig into many of the trails Elvis has led us down …
 
Facing the dilemma of no new episode being recorded yet for this week, Matt decided to try this experiment. Didn't want you to be completely empty-handed. It's not a new episode but it is all new content. Many tangents and jokes get cut to keep things at a consistent runtime and all those extra bits are now collected here. So if you came to this El…
 
This week's episode of TCBCast, just in time for Elvis Week 2021, features Justin & Olivia taking a close look at the 1957 LP "Loving You," which serves as both the soundtrack for the film of the same name, but also as the third proper Elvis studio album. Does it hold up as either, decades later, or has its movie connections left it lumped in with …
 
We'll tell ya what didn't happen at the World's Fair, a good movie. The location's an interesting change of pace but we can't muster too much enthusiasm for the story. So you know what that means: Tangents galore! We riff on actors running in movies, what constitutes a comedy dance team and the original Planet of the Apes films. At one point a new …
 
Gurdip & Justin are on a one-week hiatus due to family commitments, but never fear! Songs of the Week are here! Whether you've just recently began listening or haven't revisited older episodes in a while, here are the histories behind songs from TCBCasts 35-39, including I'll Take Love, Guitar Man, Just Pretend, Crawfish, I Want You I Need You I Lo…
 
We're following up Morgan's fave with Matt's least favourite (so far). Elvis is back in Hawaii and nobody's fond of this fiasco. Once the plot's been dealt with, there are tangents about Morgan's love of kimonos and she envisions a version of The Golden Globes hosted by The Golden Girls. Delightful stuff. Later, Matt brings up True Grit and makes a…
 
As voted upon by the TCBCast Patreon community, Gurdip & Justin are taking an in-depth look at not only 1977's "Moody Blue" album, the last released before Elvis' death that August, but also the scheduled January 1977 sessions that Elvis failed to record at, and the demos for songs planned to be recorded then. Then, for the patron-voted Songs of th…
 
Rejoice everyone, it's another film we actually like. Something that'll probably become rarer as we move along. It's Morgan's favourite and she's glad that it held up on this latest viewing. Not a fan of many of the songs though. Throughout the episode there's lots of discussion about the change in filmmaking starting to take place in the mid-60's …
 
Gurdip, Justin & John wrap up their coverage of the 1973 TV Special "Aloha From Hawaii Via Satellite" including memorable numbers like "An American Trilogy" and "What Now My Love" before beaming over to Song of the Week. John selects "Help Me" from the "Promised Land" album, recorded at the 1973 Stax Sessions, Gurdip goes all-in on "Make Me Know It…
 
Pro Tip: Don't record a podcast during a heat wave. At least that's the excuse we'll use for why things feel more scatterbrained than usual in this episode. Just like Elvis' goofy family take the road less travelled in Follow That Dream, we took detours at every tangent we could find. Morgan compares the movie to a literal turd in a toilet during a…
 
Join Gurdip Ladhar amid a real-time midlife crisis on this week's TCBCast! While Gurdip's struggling with the realization that Twisted Sister's "We're Not Gonna Take It" no longer applies to him, special guest John Cappadona and Justin catch up on his history as an Elvis fan and then take a look at the latest news before shaking Gurdip out of it en…
 
Elvis makes his first of 3 films in Hawaii and boy howdy it's a box office smash. Why was it such a big earner? Well, the soundtrack is a doozy but maybe it has something to do with him wearing some tiny short shorts for the majority of the runtime. Who's to say? We get completely derailed during the cast chat and spend a few minutes discussing the…
 
The second part of Gurdip & Justin's overview of Elvis' 1973 recording sessions, as voted upon by the TCBCast Patreon community. This week's episode takes a look at the December 1973 recording sessions at Stax Studios in Memphis following Elvis' hospitalization in the fall of 1973, as well as touching on the subsequent album releases, Good Times an…
 
What a difference a week makes. We follow up our strongly worded takedown of Flaming Star with a heaping of praise for Wild in the Country. Universal equilibrium is maintained. This movie is great and it's shocking that it isn't discussed more. A true hidden gem within Elvis' filmography. There's some surprising cast and crew this time. Also make s…
 
The first part of Gurdip & Justin's lengthy, two-part overview of Elvis' 1973 recording sessions, as voted upon by the TCBCast Patreon community, primarily focusing on Elvis' time at the legendary Stax Studios in Memphis. This first part features a deep dive into the July 1973 session and the subsequent follow-up session at Elvis' home in Californi…
 
Guys, we need to talk about Flaming Star. Pretty well-regarded by critics as far as Elvis' films go, it is nevertheless quite problematic. Our present day lens is focusing hard this week on the representation of indigenous people in film. Morgan reads her notes chronicling in real time her thoughts while watching the movie. There's a lot. Plus: Tan…
 
Here's a brief teaser some of our exclusive unofficial commentaries we did for supporters at Patreon.com/TCBCast. This month, we spent time examining a handful of depictions of Elvis or Elvis imagery in TV sitcoms to better understand how all these shows over the years contributed to the general public's (mis)understanding of who Elvis was. Among t…
 
Gurdip's back this week and we pick up the topic we had originally intended for last week, an Elvis-tinted overview of the life & music of BJ Thomas, who passed away last month at the age of 78 and whose music often occupied the same musical space as Elvis's (sometimes literally, in the case of Elvis' 1969 American Sound recordings). For Song of th…
 
Here's a brief teaser of one of our first exclusive unofficial commentaries we did for supporters at Patreon.com/TCBCast. This time we took a look at the 1958 rock and roll film "The Girl Can't Help It" starring Jayne Mansfield, Tom Ewell and Edmond O'Brien with appearances by Little Richard, Fats Domino, The Platters, The Treniers, Gene Vincent, E…
 
After 2 years in the army, Elvis returns to the screen and nothing is ever really the same again. We charitably call this film "lame" and it's easily our least favourite so far. Doesn't help that last time we watched arguably Elvis' best. Matt takes an opportunity to discuss the origins and his love of Giallo films. Morgan gives the movie a reality…
 
Before he could even pull out of the proverbial parking lot, Ryan Droste got pulled back in for this week's TCBCast! Justin & Ryan sit down to walk through another round of miscellaneous Elvis reworkings, remixes and mash-ups for the year, including recent official remixes and two new unofficial mixes from DJ Josh Wildfire, who most notably did a v…
 
It's our longest episode yet. Riding right up to that hour mark. Then again it's about Elvis' longest feature film, so perhaps it was to be expected. You know the drill by now. We talk the plot and the songs. Matt gabs about actors and their work in all kinds of movies. Morgan gets into the details of the costumes. Plus: Tangents about the origin o…
 
Ryan, Gurdip and Justin wrap up their two-part review of the 1963 rom-com "It Happened at the World's Fair" before giving their final thoughts. FYI - "World's Fair" is releasing on Blu-Ray on June 22, 2021 from Warner Archives. If you enjoyed this review, we strongly encourage you to pick up this new release to encourage Warner to release more of t…
 
This afternoon we released TCBCast Now #6 for our Patreon supporters. In this month's TCBCast Now, Justin puts Gurdip up to the challenge of reacting to 8 country songs he grew up with from the 80s-00s, and then the theme carries through with country songs of the week! For Song of the Month, Gurdip's selects Colter Wall's "The Devil Wears A Suit & …
 
This one's a biggie. Even folks who've never seen an Elvis film can picture him clad in his ensemble from the big musical number in his third feature. Genuine movie history and iconography. It's the photo used for his dang Wikipedia entry. Take away that famous sequence though and the film's overall plot is quite scattershot. Direct quote from Morg…
 
Gurdip & Justin sit down to finish the last few chapters of the 1977 book "Elvis What Happened" by Steve Dunleavy, Red West, Sonny West and Dave Hebler as a special bonus mini-episode of TCBCast. It ends about how you'd probably expect after 22 chapters & epilogue. Credit to the documentary film "This Time" for the excerpt of Myrna Smith talking ab…
 
Ryan Droste returns to join Justin & Gurdip looking at the 1963 movie "It Happened At the World's Fair." Starring Elvis, Vicky Tiu, Gary Lockwood, and Joan O'Brien, and set again the real Century 21 Exposition in Seattle, does this forward-looking film hold up when looking back? Songs of the Week and the conclusion to our review will come next week…
 
Episode 2, Loving You. Elvis is back and now in colour! Mr. Presley fares much better in his 2nd film outing. Once again we discuss the film's plot and such amid all sorts of digressions. Hopefully you aren't listening for the accuracy of our recollection of the film's character names. We really dropped the ball this time. Deke is referred to by Ze…
 
Over on the TCBCast Patreon, we just released our unofficial commentary for the 1984 comedy spoof "Top Secret," starring Val Kilmer as Elvis pastiche Nick Rivers and from the creative team behind "Airplane!" Here's a brief teaser. If you enjoy this teaser, please consider joining to support the show at Patreon.com/TCBCast to receive access to dozen…
 
This week, Gurdip & Justin are joined by Mary Patricia, an enthusiastic young Elvis fan and mutual acquaintance of TCBCast regular Jaime Kay. Mary's representing an even younger generation of Elvis fan, and a wide variety of topics are discussed ranging from visiting Graceland to Elvis' feature films and beyond. Then, for Song of the Week, we're co…
 
We start things off with 1956's Love Me Tender. Elvis Presley? In a movie? It's just crazy enough to work. Maybe. There are differing opinions on the success of this first cinema venture for The King. Talk of Elvis' rise to stardom is had and we do get around to talking about the film's plot, the cast, the inaccurate costumes and all kinds of other…
 
Here's a brief teaser of the very first exclusive unofficial commentary we recorded for the 1979 John Carpenter-Kurt Russell biopic "Elvis" over at Patreon.com/TCBCast exclusively for patrons! If you enjoy this teaser, please consider joining to support the show at Patreon.com/TCBCast to receive access to dozens of hours of new, exclusive and early…
 
This episode, Gurdip & Justin are tackling a topic selected by TCBCast Patreon supporters. Since over the years so many Elvis fans have often pinned business decisions on his estate when there are many other stakeholders, the suggestion was to do an explainer of who owns what in the Elvis world, from his personal effects to his music publishing int…
 
We just dropped our commentary of the 7th episode of the 2016 HBO series "Vinyl," which featured an appearance by Elvis tribute artist Shawn Klush playing Elvis, over at Patreon.com/TCBCast exclusively for patrons. Here's a teaser! If you enjoy this teaser, please consider joining to support the show at Patreon.com/TCBCast to receive access to doze…
 
NOTE: This episode was recorded before news broke that early rock legend Lloyd Price (Stagger Lee, Lawdy Miss Clawdy) had passed away May 9, 2021. We will be addressing this on our next episode. Also - those familiar to the show will note that there is a cold open this week. This is deliberate, you will understand once you hear our news section as …
 
This morning we released TCBCast Now #5 for our Patreon supporters. In this month's TCBCast Now, inspired by Mortal Kombat, we're discussing the value of video games being adapted to films, as well as a bunch of other pop culture news including Marvel Phase 4 and DC's Superman casting news. For Song of the Month, Gurdip's picking the Rocky Fellers'…
 
As a teaser, we've dropped the first 3 full new episodes of TCBCast Now into our main feed over the last 3 months. TCBCast Now is our once-a-month general pop culture spin-off available exclusively for Patreon supporters at Patreon.com/TCBCast. Going forward, we will be releasing short 5-10 minute teasers of our Patreon-exclusive material on the ma…
 
Justin & Gurdip are taking a one-week break, so now's the perfect time to revisit some of our earliest Songs of the Week in one go! Whether you've just recently began listening or haven't gone back in a while, here are the histories behind songs from TCBCasts 31-34, including Ryan Droste's first appearance on the show with Pocketful of Rainbows, as…
 
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