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Last Train to Memphis
     

Last Train to Memphis

by Peter Guralnick, J. Charles (Read by)
 

Peter Guralnick reconstructs the early years in the life of Elvis Presley, giving us a fresh, realistic look at Elvis through the first twenty-four years of his life. Filled with great stories, Guralnick takes us from Elvis' humble beginnings, through his teen years to his first recordings with Sam Phillips and sudden fame and wealth. This volume closes with

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Peter Guralnick reconstructs the early years in the life of Elvis Presley, giving us a fresh, realistic look at Elvis through the first twenty-four years of his life. Filled with great stories, Guralnick takes us from Elvis' humble beginnings, through his teen years to his first recordings with Sam Phillips and sudden fame and wealth. This volume closes with Elvis, in uniform, burying his mother.

Look for the second volume of this biography, "Careless Love"

Editorial Reviews

Publishers Weekly - Publisher's Weekly
Vol. one of Guralnick's exhaustive, two-volume biography details the King's first 24 years, leaving off when his rise is interrupted by his being drafted into the army. (Sept.)
Library Journal
Another work on Presley? Since Guralnick is ``one of the best, most respected popular music historians'' in the business (Sweet Soul Blues Music, LJ 6/1/ 86), this could be good.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781561006243
Publisher:
Brilliance Audio
Publication date:
02/28/1995
Edition description:
Unabridged, 6 cassettes, 18 hrs.
Product dimensions:
4.29(w) x 7.10(h) x 1.74(d)

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