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Gail R.
user 40204432
Dade City, FL
Post #: 8
Either Roy or Joe was trying to recall the female singer who recorded "Hound Dog" before Elvis. Give a listen to Willie Mae "Big Mama" Thorton's gut-wrenching rendition:­

Rick A.
user 54933992
Wesley Chapel, FL
Post #: 1
Wow! Powerful voice.
Thanks for posting this.
Group Organizer
Dade City, FL
Post #: 29
Man, I can FEEL the blues when she sings! Such emotion and soul!
Gail R.
user 40204432
Dade City, FL
Post #: 9
Glad you enjoyed. The song really does suggest a feminine point of view. It's the guy hounding around.

From one Elvis to another, we watched a BBC 4 documentary on Elvis Costello. His wife Diana Krall gave him a ukulele for his birthday. He was demonstrating some new songs he was working on on the uke.

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