Elvis in Books

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The boy who dared to rockbook_i_lisa_mariebook_elvisandgladys_reprintNina with Me n Elvis by Charlie HodgeNina and Elvis Impersonal Life

The death of Elvis what really happenedWhen Elvis DiedElvis and Gladys by Elaine Dundy


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this book it also features the only interview that I have seen with one of the bullies who tried to cut Elvis' hair in high school there's a photo of him holding the yearbook51Y8A9N59FL._SY344_BO1,204,203,200_ gellerbook

has a photo of one of Elvis’ high school bullies


Rock bound by Red Robinsonbook_thecolonelArmagedon the Musical

Inside GracelandJoyce Bova dont ask foreverThe DJ contest

The Rebel and The KingElvis Presley Boulevard Mark WinegardnerRockabilly Nina 01Elvis Mythology

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'Elvis Films FAQ' Book Review: Elvis' Hollywood years are full of mystery, and supposedly 'Elvis Films FAQ' covers them all! Elvis Films FAQ by author Paul Simpson explores his best and worst moments as an actor, analyses the bizarre autobiographical detail that runs through so many of his films, and reflects on what it must be like to be idolized by millions around the world yet have to make a living singing about dogs, chambers of commerce, and fatally naive shrimps. After all if Elvis Presley had not wanted to be a movie star, he would never have single-handedly revolutionized popular culture. Yet this aspect of his phenomenal career has been much maligned and misunderstood – partly because the King himself once referred to his 33 movies as a rut he had got stuck in just off Hollywood Boulevard.    full review: http://www.elvisinfonet.com/book_review_elvis_films_FAQ.html'Elvis Has Left the Building' New Book Out Now: The new book 'Elvis Has Left the Building: The Day the King Died' by author Dylan Jones is out now.  The description notes ... 'The King' departed this world during the month of punk rock's apotheosis. Punk had set out to destroy Elvis, or at least everything he came to represent, but never got the chance. Elvis destroyed himself before anyone else could. Nearly forty years after his death, rock's ultimate legend and prototype just won't go away and his influence and legacy are to be found not just in music today, but the world over. Elvis Presley has permeated the modern world in ways that are bizarre and inexplicable: a pop icon while he was alive, he has become almost a religious icon in death, a modern-day martyr crucified on the wheel of drugs, celebrity culture, junk food and sex. In Elvis Has Left the Building, Dylan Jones takes us back to those heady days around the time of his death and the rise of punk. He evokes the hysteria and devotion of The King's numerous disciples and imitators, offering a uniquely insightful commentary on Elvis's life, times and outrageous demise. This is a fresh account, written with the author's customary panache, recounting how Elvis single-handedly changed the course of popular music and culture, and what his death meant and still means to us today. Reviews so far are varied, with the book's sometimes tenuous connections between Punk and Elvis discussed. The UK's Independent review includes.. "When asked, shortly after the death of his only client Elvis Presley, what he would do now, "Colonel" Tom Parker was brutally sanguine. "Why, I'll go right on managing him," he replied, doubtless secure in the knowledge that he would be earning more in the future than he had     during the star's declining years. As showbiz cynics were quick to acknowledge, Presley's death was a great career move, revitalising a brand that has continued to generate more income since his death than prior to it.  The accepted showbiz wisdom is that stars should live fast, die young, and leave a good-looking corpse, but Elvis failed in all three respects. He may have begun his career as a blazing comet of transformative cultural energy, but as soon as he made that revolutionary, miscegenate breakthrough of marrying black R&B with white hillbilly music, he ceased being creatively curious (in the manner that kept successors like Dylan, Bowie and The Beatles engaged and interesting) and retreated behind the walls of his mansion..   .... Jones concludes the book with his own annotated selection of favourite Elvis songs in chronological order, from 1954's "That's All Right" to 1977's "Way Down", which with some relief restores music to the foreground, as well as confirming the author's belief that in two brief decades the singer had gone from being "the avatar of US cool to the embodiment of American excess, his life a metaphor for the post-war consumer American dream". Indeed, it's unlikely any other person will ever represent the country's hopes, dreams and failings as fully as Elvis. Part Huckleberry Finn, part Jay Gatsby, part Citizen Kane, part Moby Dick, he was a walking, talking, hip-shaking allegory of a nation. Remember him this way. (News, Source;AlisonKey/ElvisInfoNet)  Nina and Larry GellerElvis leavestruth about elvisElv is final curtain box setbook_nash_babyhousebook_dumas_hb

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Elvisbooks: I Don’t Wanna Be Tied

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The Format Wars: Audio and Video

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Elvis Books: The Staff books

Elvisbooks: Alanna Nash

ElvisBooks: The Three Jerrys

ElvisBooks: The Trash Trilogy

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The Boy Who Dared to Rock

ElvisWorld – Bodyguard Book Day

Elvis World.. books and Biopics

Buying Elvis Books: An Ethical and Credibility Guide

Elvis In Books

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