The first book in the “Early Elvis”-trilogy by Bill Burk was “The Humes Years”. After we reviewed the “chronological first” “The Tupelo Years” last year, it’s time for a closer look to the book that was originally published in 1990.more
Updated: Nov 10, 2003
Together with Guralnick’s Last Train and “Elvis In Texas” this book is must for those that want to know the ins and outs of the early career of The King Of Rock’n’Roll.more
Updated: Nov 19, 2003
Reading this book was not a penalty at all. Burk’s pleasant style provides that a collection of interviews with often partly the same “content” gets boring.more
Updated: Nov 21, 2002
The book claims to hold information on Elvis' Sun Sessions that was never before made public, straight out of the personal notebooks of Marion Keisker.more
Updated: Jul 15, 2004
This book is pure rock and roll, and you can read about the birth while listening to it.more
Updated: Jan 22, 2004
Released at the end of 2005 is the coffee table book “The King” by Jim Piazza. And if we say coffee table book we mean coffee table (book)!more
Updated: Feb 25, 2006 Shop
This book is made by one (graphic) artist about one (musical and movie) artist. Is one plus one three?more
Updated: Feb 18, 2006 Shop
Elvis and fashion are a great combination, Elvis followed his own taste and style and got away with it. Some of the (jump)suits even look cool today. So can you trust Elvis to be your fashion consultant?more
Updated: Jul 21, 2008
In a big anniversary year like this a lot of (re)issues see the light of day. Actually a lot of them darken the sky, but there are some pretty stars among them. In which category belongs this book?more
Updated: Aug 23, 2007 Shop
Every other year the famous Wertheimer collection is rehashed in some form, this year because of the traveling exhibition Elvis At 21.more
Updated: Nov 23, 2009 Shop
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