Elvis "Suspicious Minds“

by James Talon

Elvis "Suspicious Minds“
Mansion

Mansion

Size 25.59 x 19.69 inch

Sales price:

$ 2500

The story behind…

"Suspicious Minds" is a song written and first recorded by American songwriter Mark James. After James' recording failed commercially, the song was handed to Elvis Presley, becoming a number one song in 1969, and one of the most notable hits of Presley's career.

“As a very small child I used to get up really early and put Elvis on the record player. I would sit in a big 1970s chair and spin around and around whilst listening until my parents shouted at me to stop. My mother cried the day he died.” - James Talon

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  • 10 editions
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  • Frame: Box with Museum Glass
  • Medium: Giclée
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  • Finish: No Finish
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James Talon

About James Talon:

To say it in James’ words, he was “dragged up during the miserable, 3 day week, blackout that was the 1970’s.” His art is a document of his journey through the punk revolution, new wave hope and rave hedonism that followed. Each piece of art represents a moment on that ride, a pop song, a woman, an argument, a drunken night, a book, a friend, a fight. Each piece uses large scale, 3 dimensional sculptures and graphic symbolism to transform mundane objects into a modern interpretation of a time lived.

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