French Magazine And Guralnick Translations

The French TV guide magazine "Telerama" will come with a special 100 pages illustrated Elvis edition which is due June 6, 2007. It includes an interview with Peter Guralnick on the French translations of "Last Train to Memphis" (Le Temps De L'innocence, 1935-1958), and "Careless Love" (Au royaume de Graceland, 1958-1977) which are due September 2007.
Source: Email / Updated: Jun 6, 2007 
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PaulFromFrance (profilecontact) wrote on Jun 7, 2007report abuse
Nimy... Telerama is certainly the most intelligent TV magazine in the world. Simply, they were totally wrong about Elvis and Rock'n'Roll. Nothing more, and they were not alone. If you think that every magazine talking highly about Elvis wants a pice of the cake, it means no magazine, everywhere must NOT to talk about Elvis this year. This is ridiculous.
Nimy (profilecontact) wrote on Jun 7, 2007report abuse
TELERAMA is a shit TV magazine. All they want is a part of the cake for the 30th anniversary.
elvis-finland (profilecontact) wrote on Jun 6, 2007report abuse
Better this way :)
PaulFromFrance (profilecontact) wrote on Jun 6, 2007report abuse
You know what ? This is the kind of thing that makes me laugh. Telerama is a very old (and successfull) magazine). It sells a lot and is a very highly considered magazine, loved by "intellectual" people. But... 50 years ago (yes, I'm VERY old) they couldn't find enough bad words when they talked about Elvis. Happily, as they said, this music will be forgotten soon. Like the intelligentzia, they always scorned Elvis and Rock' roll... until 1977. Then, all of sudden, they discovered his genius and put him on cover several times, with interesting articles. They already published a special issue, but not as big as the one you're talking about. Oh well...

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