Elvis did some unforgettably great music during the British Invasion,but he should have had someone promote him better during that period.<quoted text>
I agree but Elvis should've fired him during the British Invasion.
After a movie like 'Kissin' Cousins' the Colonel should've been gone.
Chuck Berry's 1964 comeback came during the British Invasion, he had quite a bit of high exposure, of course his comeback was short lived, but well promoted.
There were so many great groups that came from the British Invasion, but before the Beatles opened the door, so many tried,failed and vanished.
It had to be the Beatles that opened the door, none of the other groups (great as so many were) could have done that.
Elvis opened the Rock n' Roll door in 56', he made it easier for Orbison,Holly and so many other greats to come through.
Chuck Berry and Little Richard were already making good music, Elvis helped them gain more exposure, praise and criticism included.
Today marks 24 years since Roy passed on.