Elvis Presley was a baritone whose voice had an extraordinarily wide vocal range. He had remarkable ability to naturally assimilate different styles. It covered two octaves and a third, from the baritone low-G to the tenor high B, with an upward extension in falsetto to at least a D flat. He was at once a bass, a baritone and a tenor, most unusual among singers in either classical or popular music.
6 white bread slices 1 cup creamy peanut butter 2 bananas – large, very ripe, peeled ½ cup butter OR margarine
Mash the banana. Mix the peanut butter and bananas thoroughly. Toast bread lightly and then spread the peanut butter and banana mix on bread. Melt butter in skillet over medium heat and brown sandwiches slowly on each side until golden brown. Eat the same way as Elvis would - with a knife and fork!