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What year do you believe was the happiest of Elvis’ life? And why? 2011 All Rights Reserved Jeffrey Schrembs


What do you believe was the happiest year in the life of Elvis Presley? And what are your reasons for choosing that year?

Now I will go “on the record” and say 1968 because he was in love, healthy, enjoying his family and daughter and his career was on an upswing (i.e. 68 Singer Special entitled “ELVIS”).

I can’t wait to hear your choices and why.

Take care and may God bless you.

Jeff Schrembs
http://www.elviscollector.info

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3 comments on “What year do you believe was the happiest of Elvis’ life? And why? 2011 All Rights Reserved Jeffrey Schrembs

  1. I think his happiest time was 1955 – when he was making enough money to not do anything other than record and tour – and he was still able to enjoy being a private person with enough money to indulge himself and provide for his parents.

    Once he became a national star and an RCA recording artist and inked a movie deal, everything snowballed too fast for him to reflect and enjoy and I think this is where the habit or logic of getting while the getting was good took shape.

  2. i believe his happiest years where in 1964-1965. Elvis was a Private person. but as you can tell by his persona and the way his business was going all was good..Hear is part of a article from what was going on in 1968….” February 1, 1968, during a period when he had grown deeply unhappy with his career”..and if anyone wouid notce that even if the comeback in 88 did well he was still upset, in some of the songs he performed he would have tears coming down from his eyes…..i wonder what was wrong he just had a daughter but he still showed that he was still upset..February 1st was the day that Lisa was born..and nine months befre that he was married to Priscilla…so if he was truly happy in his marriage wouldnt anyone think that ….he shouldnt have been so unhappy to allow it to ruin his career….I wonder what the real reason was for his unhappiness….

  3. oops sorry i meant the comeback in 1968…he was still upset..

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