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Elvis '72 Bright Summer Nights

March 10, 2014 | Book

Elvis '72, Bright Summer Nights - featuring over 150 photographs, many unpublished from his June 1972 tour and on to Las Vegas in August. This hardback book will share insight into these two engagements..

Sessions 4 will be distributed worldwide with the most accurate information of any previous sessions books or websites. It is based on documents and every union contract containing more information that is sure to capture the hearts of every Elvis fan of music enthusiast. The book will be over 1000 pages and over 500 photographs from the first session in Nashville to the last session in Graceland.

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Ciscoking wrote on March 10, 2014
I am helping out a bit here with some informative text...so...can it be a bad book..?..;-)
Lou A wrote on March 10, 2014
It doesn't say it , but I gather these will be Tunzi books . I'll be buying the sessions book beacause I'm really interested in Elvis recording career. I'm stilll smarting from the lousy King Creole book they put out , so I'll probably skip the other book.
benny scott wrote on March 10, 2014
They ARE Tunzi books, it was announced on another Elvis site. The sessions book is on my list too , i'll skip the other one without hesitation.Always El.
bennie wrote on March 11, 2014
as mentioned before, they are tunzi books. session book is on mij list too. but i'll wait for the prices. we complain about the prices from the elvis files etc. I know what the books from tunzi cost in the past and the certainly weren't worth it, not compaired to the elvis files books. i still got my sessions book part 3 though.
TheMemphisFan wrote on March 16, 2014
Shouldn't the description for the "Sessions 4" book be -- ".... from the first session at SUN to the last session in Graceland." ?
benny scott wrote on March 16, 2014
I think you're right MemphisFan ! Sessions III includes the SUN recordings as well. I'm sure Sessions 4 will contain the SUN recordings too. Always El.
Jerome wrote on March 18, 2014
Too bad the shipping costs are higher than the actual book...