The Elvis Archives

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Omnibus Press, 2004 - Music - 128 pages
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'The Elvis Archives' is an account of the life of Elvis Aron Presley, 1935-1977. Its details the undisputed facts of Elvis's life and career and is illustrated with over 100 rare or exclusives photographs. Written and compiled by British fan club president Todd Slaughter with international Elvis expert Anne E. Nixon, 'The Elvis Archuves' presents the documentary truth about Elvis, a truth that has so often been forgotten amid the deluge of hero-worship, criticism, and myth-making of the past 30 years. Elvis was often thought to be a recluse, but the rare images contained in this book show him in the company of some the 20th century's most famous people - Pop stars, politicians, potentates, and presidents. They reflect the enormous impact of the poor boy from Mississippi who was to change the world and whose life story was so remarkable as to need no embellishment.

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Slaughter, longtime president of the Elvis Presley Fan Club in Great Britain, offers yet another Elvis picture book. Progressing chronologically through the King's career, it features some early ... Read full review

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