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Christmas with Elvis
Colonel Tom Parker
Comeback '68 - The Story Of The Elvis Special
Steve Binder looking back on his greatest work, special edition.
Complete Guide To The Music Of Elvis Presley
Counting Down Elvis: His 100 Finest Songs
Over the course of the last six decades, Elvis Presley has sold more than a billion records; his music has touched nearly every modern listener. Despite an avalanche of books on his life, there are, surprisingly, few about his musical creativity. This book by Mark Duffett is about just that.
Day By Day - The Definitive Record Of His Life And Music
Double Trouble: Bill Clinton And Elvis Presley In A Land Of No Alternatives
Book by Alice Hudson. Elvis stands above all icons in music, elevated by his influence on youth culture, with his walk, his clothes and, of course, his incredible singing voice. The first white artist to crossover with black music he was adored and stalked in equal measure, with the last few years of his life being a torment of fame. With often intimate portraits of this troubled star this book is sure to intrigue everyone interested in the life of an astonishing artist.
Elvis - Concerts
A limited edition book featuring images of Elvis in concert. As with all releases from JAT Publishing, get them while you can, when they are gone, the are gone. This book comes with a free 2009 pocket calendar.
Elvis - The King Of Las Vegas
The photo book Elvis - The King Of Las Vegas covers Elvis Las Vegas years between 1956 and 1976; his concerts, the holidays, his wedding, a list of all the stage suits Elvis used on stage and more. This is a huge hardcover book with 360 pages, with 1300 pictures, 25cm (10") x 30cm (12").
Elvis - The Personal Archives
Elvis '56: In The Beginning
Elvis '57: The Final Fifties Tours
Elvis: Vegas '69 is a 208 page hardcover book filled with text and photos, a book which features the entire story behind what led to Elvis returning to the stage after a long absence and features over 100 new interviews with key people.
It is a combination of images and text, not just a photo book. And at 208 pages, it is more than double the page count of JAT's '69 book. Yes, there will be some image overlap -- there's not that many good '69 live shots in existence otherwise there would have been a lot of books published about this -- but there will definitely be quite a few images that did not appear in that book - 150 stunning full color and B&W images. In any case, this is a complete book, filled with text and images, taking the reader back to one of the most exciting moments in Elvis' career.
Written by Ken Sharp, author of the critically acclaimed FTD book, Writing For The King, the book tells the remarkable story of Elvis' return to the concert stage told through first-hand accounts by those lucky enough to be on hand to witness Elvis' miraculous artistic and creative rebirth.
Learn the backstory behind what led to Elvis' triumphant return to live performance. You'll go behind closed doors with Elvis and the band in pre-show rehearsals and revel in the excitement and anticipation of opening night. We'll also exhaustively chronicle the opening show on July 31, 1969 through the eyes of the people that were there, pre
Elvis And Buddy Linked Lives
Elvis And Ginger
Ginger Alden's memories of her time with Elvis.
Elvis And Ireland
Elvis and Ireland is the “Irish Biography” of Elvis Presley. It is the detailed story of Elvis Presley’s life and career, combined with a timeline of events in Irish popular culture and the social changes brought on by his unique brand of rock ‘n’ roll. What you will find here is just about everything to do with Elvis and his links with Ireland including anecdotes, entertaining trivia on Elvis’s connection with Ireland, his Irish chart successes...
Elvis And More: The Spoils Of War
Elvis And More: The Spoils Of War is the autobiography of the world’s most well-known fan club president, Todd Slaughter, not through celebrity but because of his unforgettable name. His encounters with the rich and famous occurred – not that anyone wanted to meet him, but everyone wanted to talk about Elvis.
Elvis And The Birth Of Rock And Roll
Elvis and the Birth of Rock and Roll collects Wertheimer's most remarkable Elvis shots from that magical year, along with a selection of his historic 1958 pictures of the star being shipped off to an army base in Germany. Each chapter is illustrated with a poster by Hatch Show Print, one of the oldest letterpress print shops in America, which created many early Elvis posters in the 1950s.
Elvis And The Memphis Mafia
Elvis And The Memphis Mafia (Paperback)
An 806 pages book by Alanna Nash (with contributions from Billy Smith, Marty Lacker and Lamar Fike) on Elvis and his Memphis mafia. Or as Uncut magazine describes it: "the best Elvis book written to date".