The Next Step Is Love
Los Angeles/New York (PRWEB) November 2, 2006
To All Music Fans...An important message from Rock 'n Roll Heaven: If You Were A Non Believer In Life After Death, you can start accepting the concept now! Most experts are still scratching their heads, some call it re-incarnation, UFO Fans call it cosmic, and the rest of the masses are speechless and spooked by the transcendental history making return of Elvis Presley's "Hit Team" with rocker John Krondes 29 Years after the King's passing.
Officially this Halloween, October 31, 2006, the eve of All Saints Day, the Spirit of Elvis has spoken to tell the world that He's Back and there is New Life. The Catholic Church has explained that The Feast of All Saints Day on November 1st and the Feast of All Souls Day on November 2nd, are to remind us of our relationship to those in the other states. These are days of remembrance, celebration and prayer for the departed, those souls that have preceded us into Rock 'n Roll Heaven.
As puzzling and mysterious as a story could be, exactly 30 Years to the day Elvis Presley sang his last note in the studio at Graceland, his adored "Hit Team" with John Krondes reigns with the #1 Most Added New Song in the USA this week in Adult Contemporary radio. Remarkably, Elvis Presley completed his last recording session on October 31, 1976 while finishing the "Moody Blue" album, and now the all original Presley "Hit Making Team" has just released a new song with singer John Krondes precisely thirty years later. The American Studios Band "The Memphis Boys", with DJ Fontana on drums, Elvis' Horns, the Jordanaires and Imperials Quartets, Millie Kirkham and John Krondes bring Elvis back to life with their new stunner "You Only Hear What You Want To Hear". The American Studios band recorded with Elvis his last #1 Hit "Suspicious Minds" in 1969.
Radio Giant FMQB - Friday Morning Quarterback reported the news October 31, 2006, that John Krondes and the "Hit Making Team" had the #1 Most Added New Song in the USA this week. Strikingly, "You Only Hear What You Want To Hear" written by Elvis composers Paul Parnes and Paul Evans, was given to Elvis to record on the heels of the success of the recorded Presley Hit "The Next Step Is Love" in the 1970's. Had Elvis lived longer, it is highly possible that he may have recorded this new song "You Only Hear What You Want To Hear" with many of the same players that appear on the song with John Krondes thirty (30) years later.
Yeah, it's Cosmic, Far Out, Dope, Deja vu at it's best; but best of all its fact and the real deal folks. John Krondes and the "Hit Making Team" are number one! FMQB reported the Most Added Tracks for the week with Elvis Presley's "Hit Team" and John Krondes in the #1 Position with 18 Reporting Station Adds. This is the second time in three weeks that "You Only Hear What You Want To Hear" has come in as the #1 Most Added Track. The next closest competitor registering #2 Most Added was Crashbox with seven Station Adds, followed by Steely with six, and other noted artists such as legends Tommy James, Rod Stewart along with Nick Lachey, Rascal Flatts and Rob Thomas.
"You Only Hear What You Want To Hear" by John Krondes and The Jordanaires is currently being ingested and will be available in a few weeks on I-Tunes, Burnlounge.com, as well as Amazon.com and other major internet retailers. "The End", "Let It Be Me" and other titles are currently available for download and purchase at these Internet sites.
Elvis is alive and rockin' through the souls of John Krondes and the "Hit Making Team" in 2006. Stay tuned for the release of the first CD Compilation of new material by the Presley "Hit Team" with John Krondes in early 2007.
Thank You Radio and Fans for your support of the "Hit Making Team" project, the mission is one and is clear...It is the New Day and the Music Will Never Die!
Funky Sound of America
Rock 'n Roll News Desk