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  • Elvis Presley: The Family Album Book
    Item #: EPAM0918
    This book by Elvis' friend George Klein documents Elvis' life with more than 100 seldom-seen photos. The book covers Elvis' early childhood through his career. Hard bound, 144 pages.
    • $24.99
  • Elvis At 21 Wertheimer Limited Edition Book
    Item #: EPAM0506
    In 1956, a twenty-one year old Elvis Presley was at the beginning of his remarkable and unparalleled career and photographer Alfred Wertheimer was asked by Presley new recording label, RCA Victor, to photograph the rising star. With amazing unimpeded access to the young performer, Wertheimer was able to capture the unguarded and everyday moments in Elvis' life during that crucial year, one that took him from Tupelo, Mississippi, to the silver screen, and to the threshold of international stardom and his eventual crowning as "The King of Rock 'n' Roll".

    Alfred Wertheimer photographed Elvis in 1956 and then again in 1958, and he created classic images that are spontaneous, unrehearsed, and completely without artifice.

    • By Alfred Wertheimer; Preface by Chris Murray, introduction by Peter Guralnick.
    • Hardcover, 254 pages.
    • 11" x 14"
    • 350 Black and White photographs printed in quadtone.

    This expanded version of "Elvis At 21" features:
    • Five additional gatefolds; four in color.
    • Special vellum sheet signed & numbered.
    • Enclosed in a collector's clamshell box.
    • Limited to 1,800 copies signed and numbered by the author.
    • A portfolio case with elegant foil stamping, and a ribbon closure, containing 3 limited photographic prints.
    • A bonus 56 page hardcover archive of Elvis's stint in the U.S. Army: "Elvis Ships Out."
    • $425.00
  • ELVIS By the Presleys Book
    Item #: EPAM0507
    A beautifully illustrated and intimate look at Elvis's private life, as recalled by the women he loved - his wife, Priscilla, and his daughter, Lisa Marie - as well as other family members and friends. For the first time ever, the Presleys have teamed up to talk candidly about Elvis as a husband, a father, and a man.

    Their poignant, firsthand memories, interwoven with rare photographs of Elvis and his memorabilia, reveal an Elvis we have not seen before. Priscilla reveals what life was like at Graceland with Elvis. Lisa Marie speaks honestly about Elvis as a father and her own challenges growing up as heir to the King, and shares pages from her personal scrapbook. Other family members and friends share their thoughts about the man, his relationships, his career, and his death.

    The book includes many photos of never-before-seen memorabilia, such as handwritten notes, guns, clothes, even Christmas cards. Here, now, is the tumultuous story of the life of a lovely yet complex man; a portrait of the career of a brilliantly accomplished yet often frustrated artist; an insider's tale of enduring love, related with warmth and unguarded candor . . . and a story told the way only a family can tell it.

    Made in the United States.
    • $24.95
  • Elvis: The Personal Archives Book
    Item #: EPAM0509
    Beginning in 2000, with the cooperation of the Elvis Presley estate, artist Jeff Scott gained unlimited access to Elvis's personal artifacts to create a complex portrait of the music legend through his belongings.

    Scott's images reveal the humanity of Elvis behind the recognizable celebrity veneer. Elvis's driver's license, at once a banal Tennessee document and a charged remainder of the celebrity idol, raises large questions of identity. The way Scott juxtaposes the Elvis's gun collection and vanity police badges reveals a fundamental rift between Presley's rebellious reputation and his private obsession with the police and authority. The gold bedside telephone, the TV with a bullet hole though the screen and the travel trunk filled with scarves still in their dry cleaning plastic provides a rare portrayal of Elvis's inner life, placing the public man in an intimate context.

    Throughout, Scott explores our complex relationship with modern celebrity culture and the ways in which our possessions and material objects outlive us to tell our story.

    Printed in the USA
    • $24.99
  • Elvis - Looking Back To See Book
    Item #: EPAM0513
    The Browns - Maxine, Bonnie, and Jim Ed - are a trio of siblings that had tremendous success in the 1950s and '60s that would eventually help a young Elvis get started on his career.

    "Early mismanagement couldn't prevent the Browns' career from soaring." The Browns were central artists in the changing sound of country and American popular music at mid-century. They were all a part of the major changes in the entertainment business and American culture in the 1950's, participated in the growing popularity of the folk music movement in the '60s, and saw the birth of rock 'n' roll up close.

    Illustrated with many never-before-published photographs, Looking Back To See is a story told here for the first time. Enjoy this book and experience how hard the music world was back then.

    Made in the USA
    • $20.99
  • Elvis Lives - 25th Anniversary Concert Songbook
    Item #: EPAM2302
    Matching folio to the special live-concert show at the Pyramid Arena in Memphis on August 16, 2002 celebrating the 25th anniversary of Elvis’ death. Featuring Elvis via video and a host of former bandmates live on stage, the two-hour concert showcased many favorite hits, 23 songs in all.

    Song List:

    C.C. Rider
    My Way
    An American Trilogy
    Are You Lonesome Tonight?
    Welcome To My World
    How Great Thou Art
    A Big Hunk O' Love
    Bridge Over Troubled Water
    That's All Right
    Burning Love
    Can't Help Falling in Love
    I Can't Stop Loving You
    If I Can Dream
    In The Ghetto (The Vicious Circle)
    Just Pretend
    Mystery Train
    Polk Salad Annie
    Steamroller (Steamroller Blues)
    Suspicious Minds
    Walk A Mile In My Shoes
    The Wonder Of You
    You Gave Me A Mountain
    You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin'
    • $16.99
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