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  • David Clapton
    September 29, 2021
    Very impressive big book with lots of information and photos, and a great CD. I did notice that this is book three in the best of British series, so no w I’m on a mission to find the first two, it is such a great series worth every penny. Thank you FTD
  • vincent deblois
    April 26, 2021
    this book is marvelous....more then 500 pages about elvis during his army days and a lot of information of how they kept the interest of the public going while his career was at a hiatus. and theres lots of photos of him also...a perfect thing for any fans.
  • December 29, 2015
    Excellent as usual. Top Notch from FTD.
  • Marc-A. Comtois
    October 7, 2015
    Hi, There was a time in the late 50's, early sixties when, upon reviewing the King's latest release, one of the trade magazines would refer to Elvis as Mister Automatic, the inference being that his latest release would be another "automatic" smash, which, of course, it was. So it is with me. Anything (almost) by Elvis get the automatic 5-Star rating. This Best of British, The RCA Years 1959-1960 FTD CD/book, the third and last in the series, I am told, gets the well-deserved 5-Star treatment. Over 500 pages with a wealth of "invaluable information".... over 1100 rare or previously unpublished photographs....a 30-track CD where ELVIS introduces his British chart toppers.... they all contribute to make this a MUST for Elvis fans and an eye-opener for those born-too-late to have captured the King's magic first-hand! Buy it: your gain. Pass on it: you'll be sor----ree! Bye!
  • Robert
    October 5, 2015
    I have not yet read this book covering Elvis' British record years 1959/1960. However, when I have time to read it I have no doubt that it will be as interesting, engaging and informative as were the first two books in this series.
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