“That's All Right” by Elvis Presley Limited Edition Print of Original Painting

£195.00

‘That’s All Right’ was recorded at Sun Studios on July 5th 1954 and released  with ‘Blue Moon of Kentucky’ as the B-side.
Sam Phillips gave copies of the record to local disc jockeys Dewey Phillips of WHBQ, Uncle Richard of WMPS, and Sleepy Eyed John Lepley of WHHM. 
Interest in the record was so intense that Dewey reportedly played the record 14 times and received over 40 telephone calls. 
Limited Edition Print
  • Strictly limited to just 75 numbered copies
  • Printed on fine art paper with an attractive frame and mount
  • Signed and stamped and numbered by Morgan Howell
  • Size: 430mm x 530mm (17" x 21")

    Framed Oversize Print
  • Strictly limited to just 9 numbered copies
  • 3D Print construction on fine art paper with an attractive box frame
  • Signed and stamped and numbered by Morgan Howell
  • Size: 410mm x 410mm (16" x 16')

    Framed Supersize Print
  • Strictly limited to just 9 numbered copies
  • 3D Print construction on canvas with 27" vinyl disc and printed fine art paper label
  • Signed and stamped and numbered by Morgan Howell
  • Size: 810mm x 810mm (32" x 32")

    Framed Original Painting
  • 3D construction, hand painted canvas, 27" vinyl disc and hand painted paper label
  • Signed and stamped by Morgan Howell
  • Size: 810mm x 810mm (32" x 32")

    ‘That's All Right’ was officially released on July 19, 1954, and sold around 20,000 copies. This number was not enough to chart nationally, but the single reached number four on the local Memphis charts. Rolling Stone magazine argued in a 2004 article that Presley's recording of ‘That's All Right’ was the first rock-and-roll record.
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