This Is Elvis (Volume 1)

New by Newbury Press is the six-disc audiobook 'This Is Elvis'. The release-date will be announced later. From the press release: "This volume 1 is part of the 2012 Anniversary tribute, created by Newbury Press for Elvis fans that would like to learn more about their hero Elvis Presley. Taking three years to create, the tribute series audiobook encompasses areas of Elvis' life that have been rarely explored or written about. Carefully researched, and verified by Elvis' right hand man and road manager Diamond Joe Esposito, the information contained in the set will meet the approval of most discerning fans." 

Source: ElvisMatters / Updated: Mar 22, 2012 
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Tony C (profilecontact) wrote on Apr 6, 2012report abuse
I hate to speak ill of the dead, but this is the same Charlie Hodge that said for many years that Elvis had cancer and also denied that he had a drug problem. He was obviously in as much denial as Elvis himself.
hardluck (profilecontact) wrote on Apr 4, 2012report abuse
Verified by Joe...(?) I prefer the new Sony Box with Elvis' 5 Gold Records discs in it ! A sure better buy !We don't need Esposito for this...he had his chance to make a buck but spoiled it...(by publishing a book that wasn't worth its cover)
missing all those unknown & hilarious anecdotes when with Elvis on the road and in Vegas. Hope Scheff's newest book is worthwhile reading/buying...after the Schilling mishap too.
Jerome (profilecontact) wrote on Mar 26, 2012report abuse
C'mon guys. Joe has got to make a living also!..
Bestoftherest8301 (profilecontact) wrote on Mar 23, 2012report abuse
Now let's see, hands up all discerning fans who approve of this.... errr that looks like 1, oh no Joe, put your hand down, you don't count. Looks like a big fat zero. You see, they can't say areas of his life that have never been explored or written about cos that would be a lie, so the marketing boys step in and say 'rarely' now...Well, sorry boys, this is a product I would rarely look at and buy.
davrid (profilecontact) wrote on Mar 22, 2012report abuse
Anything which involves Esposito, howver tenuous his links, is bound to be crap.
Andy_2 (profilecontact) wrote on Mar 22, 2012report abuse
so exactly which part of Elvis life has rarely been explored or written about?

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