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... its ribs. We ate at Blues City Café. I got a half rack with red potatoes, slaw and baked beans and Jerry got the same thing except he also got fried catfish. It was good and I didn't even get my hands messy!
Our next stop was the waterfront, the mighty Mississippi. We saw a huge "steamboat" and then a couple of smaller ones. I think the smaller ones were what I had thought about taking a dinner cruise on. We also saw the Bass Pro ...
... his friends, I thought if he, The King, was looking over Graceland now, over the Elvis impersonators, over Heartbreak Hotel, over the string of Elvis gift shops, over every man, woman and child who had come from all over the world to experience his voice, his legacy, his sacrifice, all Elvis would want to do is sing them a song. As we moved thru the famous Jungle Room where his last seven songs were recorded, I thought if Elvis could say anything ...
... me a blasphemer, I don't care.
With shaking legs, we boarded the shuttle to the Rock and soul museum. While it was the natural place to end the tour, after Sun records, the Rock and Soul Museum proved to be a bit of an anti climax. This is perhaps a little unfair, as the museum has a great collection of costumes and memorabilia of the history of rock and soul music, with a slant toward the Memphis music scene and its role in ...
... staff stopped to say hello. He has his own special seat with his name on it. A bit of a legend.
The music was so good. Amazing how brilliant the session musicians are. I think Nashville must have the largest pool of real musical talent per capita. Live music pours out of every bar door, and there are a lot of bars.
Before we left Nashville the following day, we had to stop once more ...
Had a great three nights, two days in Memphis. First day was for Elvis and it was amazingly good. Toured Graceland, his thirteen acre home and various museums that documented his career and life. There was certainly more there than I had ever imagined - ...