Elvis Presley: A Life In Music

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St. Martin's Press, Sep 2, 2000 - Music - 272 pages
For the first time, the complete story of Elvis Presley's recording career is told in this remarkable book. With exclusive access to the RCA vaults, producer Ernst Jorgensen brings to intimate life every moment that Elvis spent in the studio--from the spontaneous joy of his early sessions to the intensely creative periods of his later career. At once the definitive recording session guide and a compellingly readable narrative, this is the ultimate companion to the singer and his songs.

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User Review  - carptrash - LibraryThing

The definative (opinion) work on the Elvis sessions, with a page or two or more on every recording session the King did. Lists all the musicians and all the songs played, and more. Read full review

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User Review  - redvalentine - LibraryThing

Brilliantly researched and documented account of each Elvis recording session. This is so much more than a list, it is a "real" biography of the man and his music - so much better than the bigraphies ... Read full review

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About the author (2000)

Ernst Jorgensen produced many RCA Elvis box sets, for which he was nominated for a Grammy Award. He lives in Denmark.

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