Elvis - Un Homme, Toute La Musique

Elvis - Un Homme, Toute La Musique is the title of the new book by Jean-Marie Pouzenc which will be issued on May 24. According to Google-translate this is what the book brings:

"This book tells the story of a unique work, that of Elvis Presley, With almost 800 songs. How do these songs have they come to life, how have they been received and interpreted, that happened to them?

A song is first a story that appropriates the listener. It marks and changed forever the lives and careers of some of us. A song, it is the memory of good and bad days, It knows no boundaries and the barbarisms to offer us a few minutes of happiness, of escape.

As shown in the statistics undisputed works the most serious (Billboard in the United States, British Hit in England.) Elvis is "the man of all records", the first of all rankings, one with the most awards: Gold , Platinum. 35 years after his death. he remains untouchable!

In this book, it's all the work of Elvis that is vetted by the author (more than 10 years of research) and analyzed in the chronology and sequence of sessions, so as to follow its evolution . But it is also dissected by all stakeholders: authors, composers, performers, producers, musicians, singers,. Also discussed are the influences, the personalities, adjustments in our language.

Did you know Elvis is in France who was the most sung, a work containing over 500 adaptations! ... If found there, of course, the songs on their media sources, singles, EPs, albums, you must know that the vast majority of them have never left not only the catalog, but all are still available TODAY 'Today, continuing to build sales absolutely remarkable." 

Source: Elvis Club Berlin / Updated: Mar 18, 2012 
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theoldscudder (profilecontact) wrote on Mar 21, 2012report abuse
SteveV. Open a bottle of that expensive French wine you have secretely hidden in your wine cellar. Drink the whole bottle & Walla you will completely understand & will be able to translate. If not ask your MIL.
Jerome (profilecontact) wrote on Mar 21, 2012report abuse
yes I guess most visitors don't have the ability to read multiple languages. Especially not French, as it only spoken by a few people around the world..
benny scott (profilecontact) wrote on Mar 20, 2012report abuse
Bestoftherest... The book is written in French, so, as you wrote, not interesting for the majority of the visitors of this site. Really like your humorous style of writing ! Wish we could read more postings written in that way. Always El.
Bestoftherest8301 (profilecontact) wrote on Mar 20, 2012report abuse
Is this worthy of 'Elvis News'? Let's not scrape the barrel for news items. Is it in French? If so what use is it to the majority of people who visit this site? If it is by chance in English, do you not think this should be stated? Or are we expected to transcribe each page in french into google and wait for a translation that makes no sense whatsoever. No I didn't know 'Elvis in France was most sung' I think the guy just wasted 10 years of his life and 20 mins of mine having to post this drivel. And...did you know most of what I have said has never left MY catalog but is still available TODAY, but I don't think it will continue to build my sales .. isn't that absolutely remarkable?
Steve V (profilecontact) wrote on Mar 19, 2012report abuse
I read it 3 times and still don't understand.
Steve Morse (profilecontact) wrote on Mar 19, 2012report abuse
Folks, as stated above, this report has been translated from French to English automatically, using Google-translate.
Natha (profilecontact) wrote on Mar 18, 2012report abuse
Indeed, what a translation. Doesn't make much sense.
I am Buffalo-Horn! (profilecontact) wrote on Mar 18, 2012report abuse
Obviously a hommage to Japanese instruction books!

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