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Then after shows we could go places with his band — and my dad, of course.” Soon, however, Presley could hardly go out in public: “Anywhere that pink Cadillac went with the bass strapped on the top, the whole town was there.” Wanda’s father Tom, a onetime barber who quit his job to accompany his only daughter on the road, would serve as her manager until she married Wendell Goodman, still her husband and manager today, in 1961. “It was very important, a girl’s reputation, in those days,” Jackson says.“There were things you could and couldn’t do, and my daddy made sure I never crossed that line.” Once she took up rock & roll, however, she left another impression.A budding seventeen-year-old country star from Oklahoma, she took her tourmate’s advice and tried her hand in the feisty world of rockabilly.Half a century after the two young singers rubbed elbows, Jackson, 68, is honoring her old beau with the tribute album I Remember Elvis, due January 31st.Embraced for re-defining the female silhouette, the New Look collection (also called the “Corolle” line as dubbed by The collection purported a feminine softness totally opposite from the ’40s militaristic styles of wide shoulders jackets, short skirts and an overall ethos of less-is-more (limited adornment or elaborate designs) made from minimal materials to conserve for the world.
The haute couture houses of fashion in Paris stopped producing designs during the war, so by the mid ’40s their influence had waned.“Our dating amounted to what we could do on the road,” she says — not to mention what they could do with her father, her manager, in tow.“If we got in town early, we might take in a matinee movie.Her songs were full of vinegar — “Mean Mean Man,” “Hard Headed Woman” — and she cut covers by some of rock & roll’s wildest, including Little Richard and Jerry Lee Lewis. “It just came natural, I guess,” says the unfailingly gracious grandmother of four.Her signature, the raunchy raveup “Let’s Have a Party,” was initially recorded by Elvis (as “Party”) for the 1957 film Loving You.