The Sweet Sound of Elvis Essay

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It was a muggy Sunday morning; I walked out of my bedroom and smelled the thick aroma of pancakes cooking. In the distance I heard the radio going but just pushed it aside like it was nothing. My mom was singing when I got into the kitchen, singing along with a man named Elvis. At the time I had no idea who this crazy man was and why he sounded so interesting. I remember that day like it was yesterday, she was so happy and cheerful nothing could bring her down. I saw how that music mad her and how it changed her attitude towards life and music. My mom said that she liked the different types of music that he combined together, to make the unique melody that everyone fell in live with. My moms interest soon became mine, starting to…show more content…
When did he decide music is what he wanted in life? There are so many events that could have changed Elvis’s perspective on music, life and what he wanted to be. On deeper scale learning from what Elvis did during his life will teach others that it is okay to make mistakes, learn from them and move on. I want to know how it affected him when producers denied him. How he felt with people reacted to his music. Elvis was a man that didn’t really show his feelings, so I want to dig down deep to understand and analysis the aspects of his life and what factors made him into one of the most influential human beings in music history still known today. Body Part III I started searching for an Elvis Presley article on Google and I came across the rolling stones web site that had a section about Elvis. The article didn’t have any information that I really wanted to incorporate into my paper but I came across a few facts that were interesting, David Dalton the writer of the rolling stones article about Elvis said that “Elvis was supernatural, his own resurrection.”(Dalton, 1) this made me believe that Elvis was unusual and that there was something more to him. This is when I decided to search a little deeper into his life. Next I came across an article called the “Homage to a rock king” I looked into the article because the title was intriguing. I found that people thought he was “America’s most gifted, distinctive and influential

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