When Presley’s fans, friends and collaborators think of him now, it’s the indelible image of The King decked out in black leather in 1968 ruling his kingdom like the self-proclaimed tiger man he was. - Kory Grow
RAW. PLAYFUL. UNCENSORED.
An in-depth behind the scenes look at the making of the ’68 NBC Television Special that put Elvis back on the map, written by director/producer Steve Binder. Filled with never before told stories and classic images, the book offers fresh perspective on who Elvis was as a man and a musician. Binder recounts his tug of war with Elvis’s controlling manager Colonel Parker, shares his personal battle with censors, and poignantly writes a buddy story where he ultimately gains Elvis’s trust. With a foreword by Priscilla Presley, this 180-page commemorative volume is a must-have for Elvis fans.