Elvis Presley (1935-1977) was the King of Rock and Roll, and as king he led not just with his hips, but by example. Below is one of these examples that's been getting some play around the internet lately where Elvis, "Mr. Everett", shares his thoughts on atonality in jazz music. I want to believe that like Tom Cruise, Elvis Presley only played himself in his films and that this conversation was exactly how Elvis really felt. His facial expression in the moment before his quip is priceless. Long live the King. You dig?