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Elvis Presley’s ”Follow that Dream” (1962)

on July 7, 2013

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Cover of "Follow That Dream"

Cover of Follow That Dream

 

Presley’s gift for light comedy was superb, herein, one of cinema’s finest understated deadpan comedic performances. Today, he might glom an Oscar nod. Then, it was dismissed by elitist urban critics who misperceived him as playing what they saw as his own character – an ignorant, backwoods, hillbilly. In fact, Elvis had an acute understanding of human character & perhaps the most exquisitely refined interpretation of screen dialogue & song lyrics of any communications artist in the business.

Angel by Elvis Presley
Angel, with those angel eyes
Come and take this earth boy
Up to paradise

Angel, may I hold you tight?
Never kissed an angel
Let me kiss one tonight

If I said "I love you"
Would I be speaking out of turn?
I'm only human, but I'm willing to learn

Angel, make my wish come true
Let me be in heaven here on earth with you

Angel, never kissed an angel
Let me kiss one tonightIf I said "I love you"
Would I be speaking out of turn?
I'm only human, but I'm willing to learnAngel, make my wish come true
Let me be in heaven here on earth with youAngel, Angel

I thought this song was from “Wild In the Country,” not “Follow that Dream,” but I’m wrong; it is from “Follow that Dream.” I get the two movies confused because I actually thought they were quite good, compared to some of the weaker plots in movies that Elvis had to endure. These two are my Elvis movie favorites, and the better story lines gave Elvis a chance to use his acting skills, which were wonderful–very natural, yet engaging. I must have listened to “Angel” alot back then; it has been a song in my head for over 50 years! But I don’t buy movie soundtracks, and it took me awhile to find the song on a CD mix–it’s on a great CD, “Love, Elvis,” and also on “Elvis–Love Songs.” Both CDs are full of beautiful ballads, including the covers he did of other artist’s songs of the late 60’s and 70’s. He WAS the music of the 20th century; I doubt any musical eras to come will ever see an artist with such influence and power.

 

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