Elvis Presley - Elvis
by Susie Behar
- 304 Pages
- Over Sized Format
- Heavily Illustrated in Full Color and B&W
- Released: October 15, 2010
- Originally Released: 2010
- Publisher: JG Press
Description by OLDIES.com:
Elvis Aaron Presley is, arguably, the most popular entertainer the world has ever known. His appeal was almost limitless and the continuing worldwide interest in him is a testament to his popularity. But how did this poor Southern boy come to stand before millions of devoted fans and define an era? This comprehensive book charts both the evolution of Elvis' music and chronicles his influence on the time in which he lived. It is filled with images, anecdotes and facts which help to capture the essence of the man whose genius became encapsulated by two simple words - The King.
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