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Elvis: The Cover Up

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 Title:   Elvis: The Cover Up 
 Label:   Memory Records 
 Catalog Number:   MR 2040-2 
  Release Date:  August - 2004 
  Recording Type:  Live Audience Recordings / Interviews 
 Location:  various 
 Date:  1977 
 Sound:  Excellent - Very Good ! 
  Track listing: 
01 August 16th 1977: Introduction of Ginger Alden (Rapid City 21.06.1977) /
Ginger Alden interview /
Overview of last 12 hours of Elvis' life /
Jerry Francisco press conference (Shelby County Medical Examiner)
02 I Really Don't Want To Know (Jacksonville 30.05.1977)   02:18
03 Cover-up: Maurice Elliot interview (spokesman for Baptist Memorial Hospital) /
Dr. Noel Florindo interview (asst. doctor during autopsy)
04 The Truth Comes Out: Bio Science Laboratory test results /
Dr. Jerry Francisco press conference #2 /
Raymond Kelly interview (from Bio Science Laboratory) /
Matthew Ellenhorn interview (toxicologist) /
Cirol Wick interview (coroner / medical Examiner) /
David Stanley interview (Elvis' stepbrother) /
Ginger Alden interview (Elvis last girlfriend) /
Ricky Stanley (Elvis' stepbrother) /
W. S. Nash interview (pharmacist who filled Elvis' perscriptions)
05 Help Me (Lincoln 20.06.1977)   02:55
06 Geraldo Rivera asks why and who allowed this to happen to Elvis   00:38
07 Keeping an Eye on the King: John O'Grady interview (Elvis and Vernon's private detective) /
Jack Kelly interview (private detective) /
Dr. Max Shapiro interview (Elvis dentist also known as Dr. Feelgood) /
Ricky Stanley interview
08 How Great Thou Art (Tempe 23.03.1977)   03:20
09 Dr. Nick speaks out: Dr. George Nichopoulos interview /
Marty Lacker interview
10 Dr. Nick Again: Dr. George Nichopoulos interview /
Jack Kirsch interview
11 Bridge Over Troubled Water (Binghampton 27.05.1977)   06:08
12 Proof of cover-up: W. J. Hampton Jr. interview (Expert on Elvis' 1977 tours)   02:56
13 Warning Signs: Conclusion of cover-up story /
Barbara Childers interview
(she found prescription bottle in Elvis' airplane's trash in February, 1977 while Elvis was performing in Charlotte, NC)
14 Unchained Melody (Lincoln 20.06.1977)   03:42
15 Famous People speak about Elvis: Carl Perkins interview /
Al Green interview /
Chet Atkins interview /
Chuck Berry interview /
Charlie Rich interview /
Segments of Madison Square Garden press conference
16 More Famous People Speak about Elvis: Marianne McKinnis interview /
Knox Phillips interview (Sam Phillips' son) /
Elliot Clark interview /
Floyd Cramer interview /
Rufus Thomas interview (Black disk jockey) /
J.D. Sumner interview
17 Hurt (Johnson City 19.02.1977)   03:42
18 Elvis' close friends speak: Richard Scates (Elvis Memphis Friend) /
Willie Nichols (Elvis' Memphis friend) /
Sonny West and Dave Hebler interview (Elvis' Bodyguards) regarding their book "Elvis What Happened" /
Dr. Elias Ghanam interview /
Sonny West interview /
Marion Cocke interview (Elvis Nurse) /
J.D. Sumner interview Sonny West Interview /
David Stanley interview /
My Way (excerpt, Orlando, 15.02.1977)
 Note:   Announcement:
"Elvis - The Cover Up" is the first Memory CD that contains an eight pages booklet with a lot of rare and good photographs of Elvis in 1977 illustrating a a long essay.
It contains a collection of very rare interviews from radio and TV broadcasts (with Ginger Alden, Dr. Nick, Dr. Ghanem, Rick Stanley among others) concerning Elvis Presley tragic death, health and drug problems was.
It is completed with more than twenty minutes of remastered and mostly unreleased 1977 live tracks taken from quality audience recorded tapes.

Excerpt from 8 pages booklet: In the summer of 1979, a production team from sensational investigative TV show 20/20 moved down to Memphis. In September, the Tennessee Medical Board charged Dr Nick with gross malpractice over the illegal prescription of painkillers and other drugs to Elvis, and 13 other patients. The hour-long 20/20 special, 'The Elvis Cover-Up', was broadcast in 1979, maintaining that Presley was killed by an overdose of prescription drugs. The Medical Board Tribunal heard evidence of astounding volumes of prescriptions written by Dr Nick. Between 1975 and 1977, he had prescribed 19,000 doses of drugs. In the first eight months of 1977 alone, he had written 199 prescriptions totaling more than 10,000 doses of sedatives, amphetamines and narcotics: all in Elvis's name."