(2017/Follow That Dream) Hardcover, English, 30.5 x 25.5 cm, 352 pages. - As the second volume of Elvis: His Songs Of Praise, this book completes the story chronicling a further 51 sacred, spiritual and inspirational gospel songs to add to the 55 songs featured in volume 1. Once again, the story of each song is told with extensively researched detail. Also observe the high quality and subtle differences on the front cover and many other photographs of Elvis featured throughout the 350 pages. - In addition, the 32-track CD that runs for over 79 minutes features many rare and officially unreleased tracks.
(2002/International Version) English - Restbestand nicht mehr im Handel. Gebundenes 64 Seiten Buch im Deluxe Schuber (28x31 cm) - ein fantastisches Buch mit raren Fotos plus Reproduktionen von Dokumenten aus Elvis Leben (Briefe, Führerschein, Veträge, Lobbycards etc.), die in den Text eingearbeited sind (ähnlich der beweglichen Pop-Up Bücher) plus Interview CD - Ein Buch das man nicht wieder aus der Hand legen kann.
(2009/Praytome) Hardcover, 21x30 cm, English, 124 pages of notes, rare photos & memorabilia in b&w and color. ´´This book is dedicated to Elvis Presley for showing us all that what we do with our lives will be our legacy; and to my dear friend and mentor, Colonel Tom Parker, who taught me that anything is possible if you only believe - and if you´re a good enough snowman.´´ Foreword by Sam Thompson I am so pleased and honored to have been asked by my old and valued friend, Charlie Stone, to write the foreword to his book about his days with the Elvis Presley Show - Elvis and the Colonel. I met Elvis in November of 1972 through my sister, Linda, who was dating him at the time. I was an officer with the Shelby County Sheriff´s Department in Memphis, and Elvis and I quickly became friends. Elvis was a good friend of my Sheriff in the department, Roy Nixon; and in the Spring of 1973, Roy informed me that Elvis wanted me to go on a concert tour with him. A two-week leave was arranged for me; and that was the beginning of my touring years with Elvis: whenever there was a tour, I would get a leave to work security on the tour. In July of 1976, I left the department and went to work for Elvis on a full-time basis, as a personal bodyguard and tour advance man, providing security for Elvis at Graceland, his homes in California and on all the concert tours,including hotel and airport security.
(1997/Batsford) Paperaback, 24,6 x 18,4 x 1,6 cm, English, 192 pages, b/w and color illustrations. - An illustrated reference handbook for all Elvis fans, containing complete information on Elvis´s film career, including synopses, credits, music and background information of all kinds. Braun distinguishes between the good and the bad in the vast repertoire of movies and movie soundtracks, providing a user´s guide as well as an encylopedia. With information on books, fanzines, fan organizations and Elvis sites in Memphis, this study of ´´The King´´ on film should be a useful addition to the library of any fan.
Gebundene Ausgabe - 224 Seiten - Virgin Books - 1997 - Englisch English, Hardback/Gebunden mit Schutzumschlag, 25x30 cm, 224 pages/ Seiten, fantastic collection of mostly rare b&w and color photos from various sources - many in full page size Published to coincide with the twentieth anniversary of Elvis´s death, this stunning album has the exclusive en sement of the Official Elvis Presley FanClub, Using her privileged access to the Official Fan Club archive, which holds one of the best collections of Elvis photographs in the world, Julie Mundy has compiled the definitive pictorial biography of the greatest recording artist the world has ever known. Julie´s authoritative, illuminating text accompanies over 300 rare photographs showing Elvis in the recording studio, on film sets, with his family and at large with his fans. Beautifully designed and complete with the Fan Club stamp of authenticity, this is the essential Elvis portrait for fans the world over. Introduction All Shook Up Elvis made his first appearance in the UK chart in May 1956. His first gold record Heartbreak Hotel started it all. It paved the way for popular music today and started a fan phenomena, unrivalled by any other artist. The Official Elvis Presley Fan Club of Great Britain was established in August 1957 when Elvis was enjoying chart success with his first UK No.1 single All Shook Lip. Originally founded in London´s Mayfair by Jeanne Saword and Dug Surtees the club cost the equivalent of 55p to join, for which members received five bi-monthly magazines, two journals and free glossy black and white photographs. The Official Elvis Presley Fan Club of Great Britain and the Commonwealth was first registered with the British Board of Trade in 1957 and was re-registered by Albert Hand Publications Limited in 1961. Albert Hand had been publisher of the hugely successful Elvis Monthly since 1960 and when Dug and Jeanne went their own way in early 1962, Albert took over as Fan Club Secretary. The new publication was entitled Elvis Express and membership was the equivalent of a mere 27´/2p. The fan club was the first official fan club outside of the USA which enjoyed the blessing of Elvis and the Colonel and in 1967 the club was re-assigned to its new Secretary Todd Slaughter, again with official endorsement. Todd Slaughter excelled in his role as Fan Club Secretary for 28 years. In 1972 the club began organising trips to the United States so that fans could see, and a lucky few meet, their idol. Todd´s outstanding work with the media earned the club recognition world-wide, building its fan-base to one of Elvis´ largest. In November 1994 Todd underwent heart transplant surgery and although making an excellent recovery resigned as club secretary in December 1995. Stepping into the role of Fan Club Secretary was not easy. I didn´t really know who Elvis was until his untimely death in August 1977, when I was only eight. In the years that followed, Elvis films were prime time television viewing, captivating a whole new generation of fans, including myself. This still continues today as people turn away from contemporary music in the nineties and go back to the origins of popular music. Backed with our original members and future generations of fans, the Official Elvis Presley Fan Club continues to live up to its reputation as the most respected fan organisation in the world. Julie Mundy
(2010/Jawbone) paperback - english - 15.2 x 2.2 x 21.6 cm, 270 pages. 12 page photo section, - Return Of The King tells the story of a tumultuous period in the life of Elvis Presley. By 1967, The King Of Rock ´n´ Roll was all but washed-up, thanks to a string of bland movie roles and lackluster records. But within a year he had roused himself, loosened the creative shackles imposed by his grasping manager, ´Colonel´ Tom Parker, and reconnected with the rock audience through a riveting TV special. There followed a glorious but all too brief artistic flowering, in which he made some of his most enduring records, including ´Suspicious Minds´ and ´In The Ghetto.´ This meticulously researched and elegantly written book, based on a string of new interviews with colleagues, friends, fans, and observers of The King, sheds new light on the events of Elvis´s great comeback. - GILLIAN G. GAAR is the author of She´s A Rebel: The History Of Women In Rock & Roll, Green Day: Rebels With A Cause, Nirvana: In Utero, and The Rough Guide To Nirvana. Her work has appeared in numerous anthologies, including Trouble Girls: The Rolling Stone Book Of Women In Rock, Goldmine: The Beatles Digest, and The Nirvana Companion. She has also written for Mojo, Rolling Stone, Goldmine (where she wrote the ´All Things Elvis´ column), and the Experience Music Project museum,among others, and served as a project consultant on Nirvana´s With The Lights Out boxed set. She lives in Seattle.
Magazine - 32 pages - english - b/w - numbered edition! last copies INTRODUCTORY NOTES This Rockin´ Records Special Elvis Edition fulfills two needs that a flood of Elvis record collectors have been writing and calling us about. FIRST: Record collectors and dealers who don´t get involved in anything other than Elvis collectibles asked about the possibility of a separate guide, one that would contain all of the Elvis infor-mation that appears in Rockin´ Records Reference Book & Price Guide, but without the information on other artists. Not only does this special edition contain all of the important Elvis data, exactly as prepared and printed in Rockin´ Records, but the increased amount of space allows for larger type to be used, making this guide even easier to use. Naturally, it is also more convenient to carry with you when you go ´record hunting.´ Noteworthy also is the savings to the Elvis collector, with this edi-tion priced considerably lower than the huge Rockin´ Records. SECOND: In the three years since the last Osborne Elvis guide, Presleyana Second Edition, a tremendous amount of new Elvis material has appeared. Surprisingly, a great deal of the newly discovered Elvis record collectibles are older releases. Some are even from the fifties! There has also been a great deal of recently issued product, most in conjunction with the Elvis 50th Anniver-sary Celebration. Everyone has been wanting all of this new information and no one wanted to wait until 1987, when our giant Elvis Collectors Guidebook is due, marking the 10th Anni-versary of the King´s passing. This Special Collectors´ Edition will surely satisfy both of these needs. The Rockin´ Records price guide format is one that was carefully devised to provide for the inclusion of over 100,000 records by thousands of pop and rock artists. It also enables us to include every type of recording in one multi- purpose guidebook: 7-Inch 45rpm singles, both 33rpm and 45rpm; 78rpm singles; 12-Inch singles, both 33rpm and 45rpm; Extended Play EPs; Long Play LPs, 10- Inch and 12-Inch; Compact Discs and more. The format is structured, under the artist heading, alphabetically by LABEL rather than by title. Listings for each label (which are mostly RCA Victor in the Elvis section) appear in numerical order! In many instances, listings that are numerical by catalog number are also chronological in sequence of release, but there are also many times where this isn´t true. Since the year of release is also provided for each listing, the reader knows imme-diately the pattern being followed by the label at the time. The numerical listings generally utilize only that portion of the catalog number that designates that particular issue. Therefore, letter and number prefixes are not used UNLESS it is absolutely necessary to distinguish one release from another (such as an LSP album being reissued with an AFL1 prefix but with the same catalog number). This means that to locate RCA Victor 47-6357, look up only 6357. Finding EPA-994 requires looking for 994. SPS 33-347 will be found as 347. When you can only think of the title of the Elvis record you wish to locate in the guide, and the disc is not available to pick up a number from, refer to the handy TITLES/CATALOG NUM-BERS INDEX. This chapter preceeds the actual record listings section. Look for the title in either of the three catagories, Sin-gles, EPs or LPs, and you´ll instantly know the original catalog number followed by any and all reissues. You then know exactly where to find the information you seek. The TITLES/CATALOG NUMBERS INDEX also represents the first time in print for this very useful compilation of recording information. Without a doubt, this chapter will provide an excel-lent addition to your Elvis library, apart from its usefulness within the confines of this edition. Listing and pricing so many releases in Rockin´ Records has forced us to economize on space, resulting in the listing of individual titles WHENEVER NECESSARY but not in those instances where it´s possible to group a number of equally valuable releases together on one line. Again, ANYTIME we find it necessary to give a separate listing to a record in order to clearly and accurately present the information, we will do it. Because of its many complexities, the Elvis section does, in fact, require a tremendous amount of individual title separation.
(Passport) PAL, Code 0, Color, 4:3, english, appr. 105 min. The Definitive Years Elvis And Priscilla Every king needs his queen, and Elvis Presley was no exception... During his army years in Germany, Elvis met pretty, fourteen-year-old PRISCILLA BEAULIEU, the ´woman´ who would eventually become Mrs. Elvis Presley. This is the most comprehensive look ever into the very private lives of one of the most misunderstood — and controversial - couples in the history of entertainment. For the first time, the real story behind this extraordinary romantic pair will be told through previously unheard stories from Memphis Mafia members JOE ESPOSITO, JERRY SCHILLING, SONNY WEST, and LARRY GELLER, as well as others who were really there, such as The Righteous Brothers´ BILL MEDLEY, GLEN CAMPBELL, SANDY MARTINDALE, and car-customizer-to-the-stars GEORGE BARRIS, just to name a few. Find out what really went on behind closed doors during one of the twentieth century´s most celebrated romances in this powerful and revealing hour. Elvis And The Colonel Was Col. Tom the best thing that ever happened to a truck driver Elvis Presley? Or, was he simply a money mad former cart mismanagement and greed ultimately robbed the King of his c becoming a legitimate actor? No other relationship in Elvis´ controversial - or misunderstood - as the one he had with I TOM PARKER. For starters, he wasn´t really a Colonel, his fl wasn´t really Tom, and his last name wasn´t really Par misconceptions, half-truths, and out-and-out lies are finally cleared up, thanks to the people who were there to witness this re) firsthand. People like Road Manager and friend JOE E. COLONEL PARKER´S WIFE, LOANNE, Elvis´ close friends GEOR and RICHARD DAVIS, celebrity pals such as GLEN CAMPBELL al O´BRIAN, and singing legend EDDY ARNOLD, who was, managed by Parker. Some loved the Colonel, some hated him. the truth behind THE UNIQUE PARTNERSHIP OF ELVIS PRES COLONEL TOM PARKER.
(Passport) PAL, Code 0, Color, Stereo, 4:3, english, appr. 105 min. The Definitive Years The Many Loves Of Elvis When the world is at your feet and you´re the biggest star on the planet, what´s left for you to conquer? Women, and lots of them... in THE MANY LOVES, you´ll hear how the King of Rock ´n´ Roll managed to date almost every woman in his life, and still wind up with their affection and devotion despite the fact that they knew he was seeing other women at the same time. You´ll hear how his pals in the Memphis Mafia kept one girl with ´The Boss´ and one girl on the back burner in an attempt to keep them seperated. You´ll also hear from COSTARS AND FRIENDS about what it was like to live in a world where Elvis´ dates walked through an ever revolving door with one going in as the other went out. Interviewed here for the first time are costar VALERIE ALLEN, CONNIE STEVENS and 50´s pin-up girl JEANNE CARMEN, plus many many more, all of whom share their remembrances of what it was like to love and be loved by Elvis Presley. The Intimate Loves Of Elvis What was it like to be close to Elvis Presley? Not Elvis the e image, but Elvis the human being, the man? In this program we will hear from the women who knew Elvis best, from those who shared his most private thoughts, his darkest fears, and his deepest desires. You´ll see behind the macho King of Rock n´ Roll image, and into the soul of a man who was adored by millions, but whose loneliness threatened to consume him. You´ll also hear from former girlfriend BARBARA LEIGH as she talks about her intimate relationship with Elvis, also SHEILA RYAN and MINDY MILLER who talk about what life was like with the King of Rock ´n´ Roll in his declining days. You´ll also hear from superstar ANN-MARGRET about her doomed relationship with Elvis, as well as LINDA THOMPSON who was his live-in girlfriend for over four years. Elvis had many love affairs throughout his life, but none were so important as these, the women who loved the man behind the myth.