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New 2010 Book Releases

August 02, 2009 | Book

Several new book titles have already been announced for release in 2010. Besides the books bij Dr. Nick and George Klein a new title from Alanah Nash has been announced.

The Illustrated biography Elvis Presley: Classic And Unseen

Due for release from Transatlantic Press on January 1, 2010 is the book "The Illustrated biography Elvis Presley: Classic And Unseen" by the Daily Mail. No other information on the 224 pages paperback is available yet. (ISBN-10: 1907176071 / ISBN-13: 978-1907176074).

Baby, Let's Play House: Elvis Presley and the Women Who Loved Him

Alanah Nash is working on a new Elvis book entitled "Baby, Let's Play House: Elvis Presley and the Women Who Loved Him". The 304 pages hard-cover book will be released January 5, 2010 through It Books (ISBN-10: 0061699845 / ISBN-13: 978-0061699849).

Sessions IV

Joe Tunzi announced a new update in his "Sessions" book; volume IV should be out in 2010.

Ruthie wrote on August 03, 2009
It looks as though I will be saving some money next year!
sitdown68 wrote on August 03, 2009
What will be the news to add to another "Sessions" book?
Steve V wrote on August 03, 2009
Sessions IV? Did Elvis record new music we dont know about? Greed man, greed.
theoldscudder wrote on August 03, 2009
Sitdown68, the only thing new will be the new money in Tunzi's bank acct.
Harvey Alexander wrote on August 05, 2009
Tunzi has just announced that Sessions IV has already sold out even though it hasn't been printed yet. This is a shame as I wanted to know who the third violin player was on the remixes on the Blue Suede Shoes ballet CD. Perhaps he'll include the information as an 'easter egg' on volume 83 of 'Cold Cuts & Clips You Don't Need'. I hear this DVD is due for release in 2014 and will contain the following: 1) Newsreel footage of fans leaving an Elvis The Concert show in 1998. 2) Never before seen footage of a delivery truck taking peanut butter into Graceland in 1974. 3) Rare interviews with celebrities who never met Elvis. 4) Rare TV adverts for films that Elvis never made (A Star Is Born etc.) 5) Orion's screen test (very rare) for The Lone Ranger. 6) Dr. Nick talking to Joe Esposito about how to set up a racquetball business withy other people's money. But don't get too excited as this DVD has already sold out.