With a grain of salt this book is a nice time killer in the smallest room, but it certainly is not an essential Elvis book, we do certainly prefer the books where Jim sticks to pictures mainly (still can’t get enough of “Unseen Elvis”).more
Updated: Nov 15, 2001
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Joe Tunzi teamed up with the only person that could write a book on the legendary 1968 Comeback Special; Steve Binder. Besides directing great television shows, can he also write a book?more
Updated: Sep 2, 2008
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Nearly two months after its release… my view on Ernst Jorgensen’s A Boy From Tupelo. It’s not only my fault or laziness that it took so long. I was waiting for the package and then found out not everyone can be trusted for his word… Anyway, I got the book with 3 CDs only a couple of weeks ago and needed some time to experience it.more
Updated: Sep 30, 2012
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We can only say that it was a pretty long time since we read a book about Elvis as fast as this one, hardly being able to put it away. Not surprisingly we recommend it to anyone who is interested in the rise of Elvis Presley.more
Updated: Aug 11, 2002
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Tim W. Brown wrote an article entitled "Poetry: The King Lives. Long Live The King!" on the "Advanced Elvis Course" book. It has been thirty-two years since Elvis Presley died at age 42, a bloated victim of prescription pills and Nutter Butters, and over fifty when a thinner Elvis burst onto the American scene, singing and twitching his way into the hearts of millions.more
Updated: Jun 4, 2009
Because of the diversity and the amount of unseen pictures this book is worth the publishing. We are a bit disappointed by the way it was worked out, but still happy to have it in our collection.more
Updated: Aug 11, 2002
Released by Elvis Unlimited is the follow up to their release “All Elvis”. Volume 2 features a new collection of rare and unpublished pictures of the King according to the subtitle, does it?more
Updated: Mar 1, 2006
Boxcar and JAT joined forces on a prestigious project on the 40th anniversary of the Aloha special.more
Updated: Jun 25, 2013
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Overall this is a nice book with a good theme for Americans during these days. There are a few great and new shots in this book.more
Updated: Dec 23, 2001
Over a decade ago Andreas Roth made the Elvis-world happy by issuing “Elvis in Munich”. Recently Volume 2 of what should be a trilogy about Elvis’ time in Germany saw the light of day. Did it come close to his former masterpiece?more
Updated: Nov 8, 2015
Alanna Nash’s third (fourth if you count Alan Fortas’ book) Elvis related book was – beforehand - the least attractive in my opinion. What do I care about Elvis’ girlfriends? Well, since we got a review copy I decided to give it a try and got pretty surprised.more
Updated: Feb 3, 2010
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Another novel with Elvis in it, this time by by the Spanish top author Javier Marias. Is it worth reading?more
Updated: Mar 25, 2010
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“If Only…” is the main thought after reading this book. If only Elvis could have exploited his interests like mr. Klein makes us believe, if only Elvis stood up against the Colonel, refusing doing the silly movies, if only…more
Updated: Feb 21, 2002
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Consider Bobbie Ann Mason's just-published appreciation, Elvis Presley, a delectable appetizer because it effectively stimulates a hunger for Peter Guralnick's definitive, two-volume Presley biography, Last Train to Memphis and Careless Love.more
Updated: Jan 3, 2003
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After his very detailed "Last Train to Memphis" (1994), which is considered to be "The Bible" among the Elvis Presley biographies, Peter Guralnick released his follow up earlier this year. Careless Love – The Unmaking of Elvis Presley is very different.more
Updated: Sep 11, 1999
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It stands out from a lot of other themed concert books, almost regarding anything. We can only say that when you like Elvis in the 70’s this book is a must, without any doubt!more
Updated: May 17, 2002
Not too long ago FTD/ Flaming Star did another book release, this time handling Elvis' last movie, the one with the weird hair: Change of Habit.more
Updated: Aug 8, 2015
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When I first heard of this book, I thought “another idiot who talked to him recently”. I could not be further from the truth. Allen J. Wiener delivered a book on all of Elvis’ TV-work.more
Updated: Nov 28, 2014
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Is it a book? Is it a double CD? It is an ‘Audio Visual Presentation’, it is City of Angels, the latest outing of the Audionics label, covering Elvis’ shows At The Forum in Los Angeles. All of them (1970, 1974) in the book and the ones from 1974 on Silver disc too.more
Updated: Apr 27, 2015
Counting Down is a series on artists and composers listing their 100 best or finest songs. Mark Duffett, a reader in media and cultural studies at Chester University compiled his list of Elvis songs.more
Updated: Jul 28, 2019
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We think you have to buy this. The real fanatics to have a great addition and some extra details, while for "newbies" this book is an ideal starter.more
Updated: Mar 11, 1999
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Darrin Lee wrote a book about some of Elvis’ outrageous shows. Is Desert Storm the myth that is shattered? Is it Elvis? Or?more
Updated: Oct 22, 2008
A bit late, but when I finally received the latest outing of FTD, the 2CD set Dixieland Delight I was extremely busy. Anyway, here is my verdict on it.more
Updated: Jun 20, 2009
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With Double Trouble: Bill Clinton and Elvis Presley in a Land of No Alternatives, Marcus returns to the familiar subjects of the King and Dylan. Unfortunately, the subject matter now feels more tired and opportunistic than relevant.more
Updated: Oct 13, 2000
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Elvis visited the Hawaiian Islands many times, for filming, performing or vacation. Why did he love Hawaii?, simple “He could relax and wander more freely, people respect his privacy”. Guess that alone was enough for Elvis to make Hawaii his paradise.more
Updated: Nov 7, 2002
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