Bobby Gregory's Q & A Column.

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Bobby Gregory's Q & A Column.

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From Country Song Round-Up-June 1958.
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Re: Bobby Gregory's Q & A Column.

Post by drjohncarpenter »

Domino wrote:From Country Song Round-Up-June 1958.



"Enough Rope" had been mentioned in other magazines at the time, see:

Elvis hadn't signed anything at the time, his March 1958 army induction killing all opportunities. It's possible it was a considered project before management and singer agreed to Paramount's "King Creole."

It was a remake of the 1947 film noir "Kiss of Death," and ended up being released in the summer of 1958 as "The Fiend Who Walked the West."
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