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100 Things Elvis Fans Should Know & Do Before They Die
With 2014 marking the 60th anniversary of the release of Elvis Presley’s first record, “That’s All Right,” this book makes the perfect companion for celebrating the life and music of one of the world’s most popular entertainers. Packed with history, trivia, lists, little-known facts, and must-do adventures, legions of Elvis fans around the globe who still adore him more than three decades after his death will delight in this ode to “The King.”
2001 Fact Odyssey – The Early Years
68 At 40 Retrospective
71 At 40
Photobook by Joe Tunzi with the focus on 1971
A Boy From Tupelo
Book + 3CD Complete 53-55 Recordings
A King In The Making
Re-issue of the Wertheimer/ Guralnick book from 2007.
A Life In Music
All Cooked Up
Aloha From Hawaii
Aloha Via Satellite
A prestigious project on the Aloha special.
Ancestors Of "Elvis Aaron Presley"
Baby Let's Play House
In August 2007, Alanna Nash interviewed a number of Elvis' female co-stars, family members, and friends for a Ladies Home Journal article titled 'The Women Who Loved Elvis'. Now she's turning the idea into a 656 page book for It books, to be published in time for Elvis' 75th birthday in January 2010.
Alanna Nash reports the book will be the first comprehensive look at Elvis purely from the female prospective. 'For all his maleness, Elvis was a very woman-centered man, because of his closeness with his mother', she says. 'It was women he could really talk with, and from whom he drew much of his strength. The book will look at a number of his relationships, both platonic and romantic. And part of it will consider how his status as one of the greatest sex symbols of the 20th century informed his stage act and his interactions with the opposite sex'.
Bad Nature, Or With Elvis In Mexico
Another novel starring Elvis, this time by the Spanish top author Javier Marias. Elvis and his entourage abandon their translator in a seedy cantina full of enraged criminals. “It all happened because of Elvis Presley.” Elvis, down south of the border to film a movie, has insisted his producers hire a proper Spaniard so that he can pronounce his few lines in Spanish with a Castillian accent. But Ruibérriz has taken on much more than he bargained for. One fatal night, horseplay in a local bar goes too far: a fatuous drunken American insults the local kingpin, and when the thug insists that Ruibérriz translate, Elvis himself adds an even more stinging comment—and who must translate that? .
Best Of The British 1959-1960
Book/CD by FTD, handling the UK releases from 1959/60.
Blue Suede Clues
Blue Suede Clues Paperback Edition
Blue Suede Shoes - The Culture Of Elvis
An all-access pass to the private world of Elvis Presley, as photographed by Thom Gilbert, who went behind the scenes to capture these stunning photographs of Elvis artefacts. An intimate look at "The King" through an examination of the items with which he chose to surround himself, this collection presents portraits, personal memorabilia, jewellery, fashion and knickknacks, and interior images from his homes and birthplace.
Careless Love - The Unmaking Of Elvis Presley
Caught In A Trap
Published to coincide with the 40th anniversary of Elvis death. As well as being the greatest solo star of the 20th century, Elvis Presley's career is full of controversy and Spencer Leigh's new biography ELVIS PRESLEY: CAUGHT IN A TRAP sorts out exactly what was going on. What separated Elvis Presley from his contemporaries, just how important was Colonel Parker, how did he come to reinvent himself for Las Vegas, did he have to die so young, and why does his legend endure.
Celebrate Elvis 2
Change Of Habit
From Pål Granlund and David English comes this new deluxe hardback book in the same size as ”Something for the Girls”. ”Change of Habit” is published by FTD/FS with more than 450 pages and over 150 unpublished photos from the movie, on the set, plus candids from the same period, it captures Elvis at his very best.
Elvis Presley was a virtual unknown when, in 1956, he strutted his stuff in front of a national television audience for the very first time. By year’s end, following a dozen TV appearances, he was an international superstar. Over the next two decades, Elvis turned to TV whenever his career required a boost or a complete makeover.