Elvis Presley Autograph Sam Phillips Signed SUN Record receipt 1953 Demo Acetate

Elvis Presley Autograph Sam Phillips Signed SUN Record receipt 1953 Demo Acetate
Elvis Presley Autograph Sam Phillips Signed SUN Record receipt 1953 Demo Acetate
Elvis Presley Autograph Sam Phillips Signed SUN Record receipt 1953 Demo Acetate
Elvis Presley Autograph Sam Phillips Signed SUN Record receipt 1953 Demo Acetate
Elvis Presley Autograph Sam Phillips Signed SUN Record receipt 1953 Demo Acetate
Elvis Presley Autograph Sam Phillips Signed SUN Record receipt 1953 Demo Acetate
Elvis Presley Autograph Sam Phillips Signed SUN Record receipt 1953 Demo Acetate
Elvis Presley Autograph Sam Phillips Signed SUN Record receipt 1953 Demo Acetate
Elvis Presley Autograph Sam Phillips Signed SUN Record receipt 1953 Demo Acetate
Elvis Presley Autograph Sam Phillips Signed SUN Record receipt 1953 Demo Acetate
Elvis Presley Autograph Sam Phillips Signed SUN Record receipt 1953 Demo Acetate
Elvis Presley Autograph Sam Phillips Signed SUN Record receipt 1953 Demo Acetate

Elvis Presley Autograph Sam Phillips Signed SUN Record receipt 1953 Demo Acetate
Elvis Presley Autographed Sam Phillips Signed Memphis Recording Studio (SUN Records) receipt. Memphis Recording Studio, 706 Union Avenue in Memphis, TN. Signed by Sam Phillips in PENCIL. 100% Authentic signed by Sam Phillips. This is the top sheet, filled out, and signed in pencil. This is a 100% AUTHENTIC. Not a copy or a reproduction. On July 18, 1953, Presley first went to the. At the SUN Record Company. Now commonly known as SUN Studio. "My Happiness" and "That's When Your Heartaches Begin". Presley reportedly gave the acetate to his mother as a much-belated extra birthday present. Although many biographers suggest that. Presley simply wanted to get noticed by Sun owner Sam Phillips.

These suggestions are strengthened by the fact that the Presley's did not own a record player at the time. "I'll Never Stand in Your Way" / "It Wouldn't Be the Same Without You". More than likely, this is the receipt for the blank 10 Audio disc that was used Elvis for Elvis Presley's first Demo recording in 1953.

More Photos and info below. (scroll all the way down). Likely the most important 78 mm record ever offered, this acetate was recorded by Elvis in 1953, possibly as a gift for his mother Gladys. Elvis sang two songs: My Happiness (Side A), which is the only Elvis recording that exists of this song, and Thats When Your Heartaches Begin (Side B). Legend has it that Elvis friend Ed Leek convinced and accompanied Elvis to the recording studio that fateful day.

Elvis was greeted by Marion Keisker, assistant to Sam Philips, who asked Elvis who he sounded like and Elvis responded, I dont sound like nobody. Little did she know at the time that he was absolutely right. In these two songs that Elvis chose to sing, Marion heard something different, enough to note Elvis name and telephone number and add that he was a good ballad singer. When Elvis left the studio that day, he and Ed stopped at Eds parents house to listen to the fresh recording, as they had a modern phonograph and Elvis wanted to hear how it sounded.

Elvis left his friends house that day without the record and this acetate is being offered directly from a descendant of Ed Leek. The acetate has a label containing the titles of each song typed on the reverse of a Sun Record label. This historical 78 acetate was the beginning of a revolution in the music industry and the start of an iconic legend. The item "Elvis Presley Autograph Sam Phillips Signed SUN Record receipt 1953 Demo Acetate" is in sale since Monday, July 29, 2019.

This item is in the category "Entertainment Memorabilia\Music Memorabilia\Rock & Pop\Artists P\Presley, Elvis\Concert & Movie Memorabilia". The seller is "howardrobardhughes" and is located in Belmont, North Carolina. This item can be shipped worldwide.


Elvis Presley Autograph Sam Phillips Signed SUN Record receipt 1953 Demo Acetate


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