Last Train To Memphis

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en Limba Engleză Carte Paperback – November 1995
The first volume of a two-volume biography of Elvis Presley covers Presley's rise up to his mother's death in 1958. It restores Elvis to his music, telling the story of a young man who, at 19, emerged as a full-blown artist to the wonder of his friends and the world.
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ISBN-13: 9780349106519
ISBN-10: 0349106517
Pagini: 592
Ilustrații: Integrated: 16, Integrated
Dimensiuni: 130 x 214 x 38 mm
Greutate: 0.44 kg
Editura: Little Brown Book Group
Locul publicării: United Kingdom


A wonderful book...Guralnick gives us an Elvis of real flesh and blood...the richest and most detailed protrait of Presely we have ever had. SUNDAY TELEGRAPH Unrivalled...Elvis steps out of these pages, you can feel him breathe, this book cancels out all others - BOB DYLAN Wonderful...Guralnick deserves to live in Graceland - RODDY DOYLE Last Train to Memphis is the first part of Peter Gurlanick's epic two-volume life of rock 'n roll's founding father--and when no less an authority than Bob Dylan writes that "this book cancels out all others", you know Guralnick must be doing something right. Exhaustive and thorough, though always written from a sympathetic standpoint, this first Guralnick is a scrupulous biographer, now established as the definitive chronicler of the strange life and turbulent times of Elvis Presley; better still, his enthusiasm for Elvi s' music shines through on every page of the text. And in the end, after all Patrick Humphries, AMAZON.CO.UK REVIEW