Nov 11, 2019
Gurdip, Justin & Ryan wrap up a lengthy deep dive into Elvis' last feature length film, 1969's "Change of Habit." Justin & Ryan explain why the film resonates with them, from its humor and grounded nature compared to Elvis' other films, to its good-hearted-if-clumsy attempt to address social injustices that are unfortunately still very real today.
Then, for Song of the Week, Ryan's so square he exits the show early to go to bed, but you won't care, because Gurdip parties it up tackling the Latin-flavored early 60s dance song "Kiss Me Quick" and Justin goes deep for a one-off jam recording from 1970.
Justin appeared on the most recent episode of The Jungle Room Podcast with Jaime Kay to discuss the influence of Roy Hamilton's music on Elvis' career. Check it out here: https://audioboom.com/posts/7418419-you-ll-never-walk-alone
of the Week:
Gurdip: Kiss Me Quick
Justin: I Didn't Make It On Playing Guitar
Ryan: (You're So Square) Baby I Don't Care
***Please be aware this episode contains offensive language used in the context of an historical film.***