The latest Flaming Star/ FTD issue is about a period when Elvis was sitting on top of the world: late 1970/ early 1971: Taking Care Of Business - In A Flash by David English, Pal Granlund and Paul Richardson. Is this book also on top of the list?more
Updated: Jul 31, 2016 Shop
Steve Rino compiled a massive 400 pages book on Elvis’ first six months in 1956. Is big beautiful?more
Updated: Jan 30, 2009
We’ve read a lot by the guys who were there in the later years, but not too much from the guys who were there in the early days. This book contains DJ Fontana’s version of (especially) the fifties part of Elvis life and is told in a very pleasant, open and positive way. It is one of the better books we’ve read recently .more
Updated: Dec 4, 2002
FTD issued this book subtitled The HMV Years 1956-1958 recently. Is it worth buying?more
Updated: Apr 13, 2013 Shop
Another co-production between Flaming Star and FTD, this time it’s Trevor Simpson’s second part of The Best Of British.more
Updated: Oct 19, 2014 Shop
Many people looked forward to what seemed to be the final book on Andreas Cornelis van Kuijk a.k.a. Thomas A. Parker a.k.a. The Colonel. Are the mysteries solved in this book?more
Updated: Apr 16, 2004 Shop
I rate this book 5 STARS and would rate it higher had not the publisher stupidly cut her manuscript in half in order to keep the price of the book down.more
Updated: Jun 26, 2003 Shop
No one will disagree with you if you state that the liveshows Elvis performed on 12 and 14 January of 1973 at the Honolulu Center in Hawaii belong by far to the best performances of his carreer. They were the crowning glory of the King’s work, 35 years ago and would enter history as a milestone in the history of popular music: for the first time, an entertainer performed ‘live’, through satellite, for an audience of one billion viewers. A book was thus the logic next step.more
Updated: Feb 21, 2008 Shop
Finally a photographic memoir on two fan favorites, “That’s The Way It Is” and “On Tour”. Was it worth the 30 years wait?more
Updated: Nov 25, 2005 Shop
Set for release on November 19th is the book “The Elvis Archives” written and compiled by British fan club president Todd Slaughter and international Elvis expert Anne E. Nixon. How deep did they dig in the Elvis Archives?more
Updated: Nov 6, 2004 Shop
How to review an 608 pages Elvis Presley encyclopedia? Alphabetical according to Neil Genzlinger from the NY Times. Alphabetical is how the entries are listed in “The Elvis Encyclopedia,” a mammoth new survey of all things King by Adam Victor, the author of “The Marilyn Encyclopedia.”more
Updated: Dec 7, 2008 Shop
The first volume of Erik Lorentzen’s book series The Elvis Files was released as 5th.more
Updated: May 14, 2013
After the stunning first issue (Volume 3) in this series I was really looking forward to this one. Did it meet my expectations?more
Updated: Dec 26, 2010 Shop
Erik Lorentzen, author of The King Of Las Vegas, started a ambitious project: a series of books covering Elvis’ complete career. The first volume to hit the street was number 3, 1960-1964.more
Updated: Jun 23, 2010 Shop
The 3rd book in Erik Lorentzen's The Elvis Files series is volume 4 and handles 1965-1968. Is it as attractive as the first two parts that were issued?more
Updated: Aug 28, 2011 Shop
The forth issued, but number 5 in the series… let’s look at Elvis in 1969-1970more
Updated: Jun 16, 2012 Shop
1977 is not my favourite Elvis-year, but a review copy is a review copy and I have to do the job on Boxcar’s The Final Curtain.more
Updated: Jan 25, 2011
This CD was released earlier this month, but I couldn’t really set myself to play it. Was I wrong?more
Updated: Nov 7, 2009
Two months prior to the official release of the book "The Gospel Side of Elvis" by the Imperials's bass singer Joe Moscheo, Elvis Matters reviewed an advance copy.more
Updated: Jun 10, 2007 Shop
After the original record releases, a pile of gospel collections on CD and the documentary “He Touched Me” on video/ DVD it is now time for a book on Elvis’ gospel side. Joe Moscheo, who worked with Elvis as member of The Imperials, signed for it.more
Updated: Jan 23, 2008 Shop
As we started with a quote from the review our previous Elvis Unlimited Release, we also want to end with a quote from that review, "We can not come up with much more than a deeply meant "Go and buy it! You won't be sorry"".more
Updated: Feb 14, 2002
Beforehand – knowing our "love" for impersonators – this book didn’t make our hearts beat faster. But as always, we give anything a chance, we decided to do our work and review this comic novel about an impersonator.more
Updated: Jan 6, 2006
The freshest "revelation" in Alanna Nash's biography of Col. Tom Parker is that Parker might possibly have bludgeoned a Dutch grocer's wife with a crowbar then fled The Netherlands never to return.more
Updated: Aug 18, 2003 Shop
This book is an updated English edition of the 1995 originally German book. It was fifty years ago this year that Elvis set foot on German soil. Reason enough to release this book to document this period.more
Updated: Dec 12, 2008
It was announced as THE ultimate picture book for 2009. With over 1200 pictures, more than 350 full color pages and detailed, well-researched info on Elvis’s Las Vegas career this just had to be the best release in a long time. But was it worth the wait. And does “ELVIS – the King of Las Vegas” live up to the high expectations?more
Updated: Dec 6, 2009 Shop
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