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  • Elvis Best Of British, The RCA Years 1959 – 1960 FTD CD/Book
    Item #: EPCD270
    This is Elvis and in the concluding volume of the trilogy Elvis: The Best of British, this time the focus is on the RCA recordings of 1959-1960 and, consistent with the previous volumes, contains over 500 pages. Discover exactly how Elvis, on his triumphant return from army service, reinvented his career at the top of the entertainment world when RCA declared ‘Elvis is Back!’ before the movie G.I. Blues changed his life forever. His story is graphically told through the music with over FIFTY iconic songs, originally released on the British RCA label, having been extensively researched. Over 1100 rare or previously unpublished photographs, charts and unique memorabilia, create a visually enhanced record of a superstar with unsurpassed acclaim. Read about the management strategy to keep Elvis’ name in the public eye whilst he was away, which not only succeeded in retaining his image of more than just a singer, but as the pulse at the heart of a generation. With its wealth of invaluable information, this book includes:

    ° Every known photograph and press cutting of Elvis in Scotland, his only time on British soil!
    ° Photographs from the pivotal meeting with Hal Wallis in a German restaurant where Elvis’ future movie career was mapped out!
    ° The New York Elvis songwriter who was thrown into the East River by mobsters and the British composer who appeared on a £10 bank note!

    This book includes a 30 track CD featuring many performances officially released for the first time. Hear Elvis personally introduce his British chart toppers during this two year period along with other classic tracks, rare movie versions and audio movie promotions. Add to that, exciting songwriter demos as Elvis first heard them and you will own a unique CD to treasure.
    • $95.00
  • Elvis Aloha from Hawaii Song Book
    Item #: EPAM3956
    Matching folio to the classic 1973 concert album from the King featuring a variety of originals and covers, including: A Big Hunk O' Love • Blue Suede Shoes • Burning Love • Can't Help Falling in Love • C.C. Rider • Fever • The Hawaiian Wedding Song (Ke Kali Nei Au) • Hound Dog • Long Tall Sally • Love Me • My Way • Something • Steamroller (Steamroller Blues) • Suspicious Minds • Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On • and more.
    • $16.99
  • The Ear of the Heart: An Actress' Journey from Hollywood to Holy Vows
    Item #: EPAM3770
    "Listen and attend with the ear of your heart." - Saint Benedict. Dolores Hart stunned Hollywood in 1963, when after ten highly successful feature films, she chose to enter a contemplative monastery. Now, fifty years later, Mother Dolores gives this fascinating account of her life, with co-author and life-long friend, Richard DeNeut. Dolores was a bright and beautiful college student when she made her film debut with Elvis Presley in Paramount's 1957 Loving You. She acted in nine more movies with other big stars such as Montgomery Clift, Anthony Quinn and Myrna Loy. She also gave a Tony-nominated performance in the Broadway play The Pleasure of His Company and appeared in television shows, including The Virginian and Playhouse 90. An important chapter in her life occurred while playing Saint Clare in the movie Francis of Assisi, which was filmed on location in Italy. Born Dolores Hicks to a complicated and colorful Chicago family, Mother Dolores has travelled a charmed yet challenging road in her journey toward God, serenity and, yes, love. She entered the Abbey of Regina Laudis in Bethlehem, Connecticut, at the peak of her career, not in order to leave the glamorous world of acting she had dreamed of since childhood, but in order to answer a mysterious call she heard with the "ear of the heart". While contracted for another film and engaged to be married, she abandoned everything to become a bride of Christ.
    • $24.95
  • Scotty and Elvis: Aboard the Mystery Train Paperback Book
    Item #: EPAM3735
    When Elvis Presley first showed up at Sam Phillips's Memphis-based Sun Records studio, he was a shy teenager in search of a sound. Phillips invited a local guitarist named Scotty Moore to stand in. Scotty listened carefully to the young singer and immediately realized that Elvis had something special. Along with bass player Bill Black, the trio recorded an old blues number called "That's All Right, Mama." It turned out to be Elvis's first single and the defining record of his early style, with a trilling guitar hook that swirled country and blues together and minted a sound with unforgettable appeal. Its success launched a whirlwind of touring, radio appearances, and Elvis's first break into movies. Scotty was there every step of the way as both guitarist and manager, until Elvis's new manager, Colonel Tom Parker, pushed him out. Scotty and Elvis would not perform together again until the classic 1968 "comeback" television special. Scotty never saw Elvis after that.

    304 pages (approx.), 5-1/2 x 8-1/2 inches, 50 b&w photographs, discography, appendices, index.
    • $25.00
  • Elvis The Man, The Music, The Memories Book
    Item #: EPAM3490
    Elvis The Man, The Music, The Memories is the complete story of the life of Elvis including a chapter on Priscilla and Lisa Marie. Priscilla worked with the publisher to choose the images for this chapter as well as images from inside Elvis' beloved Graceland. Multi-language book (English, German, French, and Spanish). 88 pages. Softback. (8.5" x 11").
    • $25.00
  • Elvis From Memphis to Hollywood FTD Book and CD
    Item #: EPAM3427
    Hot on the heels of WELCOME HOME ELVIS comes its sequel, another Flaming Star production written by David English, which brings Elvis from Memphis back to the movie making business in Hollywood, and the actual production of G.I. BLUES. As with WELCOME HOME ELVIS the book features an album – this time not surprising the newly found original mono LP master for G.I. BLUES. As with its predecessor, the book is filled to the brim with great, rare and informative photos and documents.
    • $115.00
  • Elvis Alfred Wertheimer Paperback Book
    Item #: EPAM3399
    In 1956, a twenty-one-year-old singer named Elvis Presley was at the beginning of his remarkable career. Alfred Wertheimer, a young New York photojournalist, was asked by Elvis' new label, RCA Victor, to photograph their new artist. In the course of his one-day assignment for RCA, Wertheimer was struck by the stunningly photogenic performer and felt compelled to continue documenting the everyday moments in Elvis' life during that crucial year.

    Wertheimer's unobtrusive photographs of Elvis in performance, with his fans, in the recording studio, and at home with his family present a unique look at one of the world's most famous cultural figures. These images were the first and last unguarded look at Elvis, and also constitute an important visual document of post-World War II America.

    With hundreds of gorgeously reproduced high-quality prints, Elvis is the result of a special alchemy between an exceptionally talented photographer and a charismatic young man on the brink of superstardom.

    320 pages.
    • $24.99
  • Elvis Presley: Jailhouse Rock - Frame by Frame Book
    Item #: EPAM3334
    Through 440 pages, in a 25 x 30 cm format, you will be taken through the entire story of the movie, with the original manuscript as the guiding element. Each spread combines the manuscript page with the relevant photos to cover the entire movie.

    The book features more than one thousand photos, including actual shots from the film, publicity stills, and a lot of rare and previously unpublished behind the-scenes photos.

    Hard bound and printed on glossy paper "Jailhouse Rock – Frame By Frame", is the ultimate journey through the making of what is by many considered Elvis' finest movie.
    • $115.00
  • Elvis Presley - A Moment in Time, 4 Days in '56 FTD Book
    Item #: EPAM3307
    Author and producer Michael Rose has assembled a most stunning glimpse of Elvis' life in 1956. Through literally hundreds of photos (many previously unpublished) we get to join Elvis at his show in Detroit on May 25.

    We stay with the tour for two more days in Columbus and Dayton and finally arrive in Memphis on May 28. Rose has interviewed people who attended the shows, found original newspaper coverage, chosen and organized the many photos, and arranged it all as a fascinating travel log.

    This is the Elvis that country legend Bob Wills aptly described as a 'punk', before controversy and Hollywood toned him down. The perfect companion to the new box set, 'Young Man With The Big Beat' (a few of the photos in the box set, including the front, actually comes from this book).

    192 pages.
    • $75.00
  • Elvis: My Best Man Book (Paperback)
    Item #: EPAM3040
    Written by Elvis’ friend George Klein who gives a detailed account of their lifelong friendship beginning with the day they met in 1948. Hardcover, 320 pages. Released January 5th, 2010.
    • $15.00
  • Elvis and Me Paperback Book by Priscilla Presley
    Item #: EPAM2834
    Elvis and Me is the unforgettable memoir of the King. This New York Times bestseller reveals the intimate story that could only be written by the woman who lived it. It serves as a tribute to the man as well as the King of Rock n' Roll.
    • $7.99
  • Elvis: Like Any Other Soldier Book 50th Anniversary Edition
    Item #: EPAM2751
    Originally published back in 1988, this revised version was created to commemorate the 50th Anniversary of Elvis' years in the Army. Contains over 1500 fascinating photos, 1300 of Elvis himself; many previously unpublished. Also includes 40 pages of text, transcripts, interviews, letters, telegrams, and other authentic pieces of correspondence from Elvis, between March 24, 1958 and April 1960. An Army-related music and memorabilia section has also been added to this revised publication. 504 pages.
    • $49.00
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