Elvis is the subject of some truly astonishing rumours and legends, including the one that he never actually died.In the new book, The Death and Resurrection of Elvis Presley, author Ted Harrison asks what lies behind the remarkable resurrection in popular culture of the King of Rock 'n' Roll. It shows how his estate, which was pillaged by his manager, was saved through the business acumen and financial vision of his ex-wife Priscilla Presley.It explores a spiritual dimension to the Elvis revival, where fans create a fantasy quasi-religion through which they blend and confuse Elvis and Jesus.
The photographic memoirs of Jimmy Velvet’s amazing life ‘Inside The Dream’ was released in 2007.
EIN’s Piers Beagley spent several days examining this hefty photo-biography to give you this detailed review - including rare photos of Elvis and more!
'The Death and Resurrection of Elvis Presley' - Book Review: Elvis Aaron Presley is more popular today than ever, yet he died nearly forty years ago.
His music is constantly remixed and re-released to a new generation of fans, and his image thrives in popular art and culture.
Nick book or "When Elvis Meets the Dali Lama" (Book Review): In December 2009-January 2010, Dr. Some fans will recall that back in 1990 his story was announced for publication as "Inside The Dream" Book Review: Fans will know Jimmy Velvet as a friend of Elvis’ as well as the creator of the Elvis Presley Museum and owner of one of the world's biggest collectors of rock’n’roll memorabilia.
Jimmy Velvet was also a successful recording artist and personally knew almost all the major stars that you can imagine - and was also luckily an enthusiastic photographer who always had his camera with him.Reaching the top of numerous best seller lists around the world, Jerry Hopkins biography of the King of Rock ‘n’ Roll was irresistible reading for millions of Elvis’ fans and those simply wanting to understand more about the 20th century‘s pre-eminent cultural icon.The 2007 edition of 'Elvis The Biography' combined revised editions of the earlier two volume biography.Finally, Linda Thompson's memoir has been published....it has been well worth the wait!Linda's life, not only with Elvis, but with two other global icons and her own amazing career is an engrossing and revealing read.Alternating between the light, dark and shades of life in between, is an honest and intimate account of the incredible life of an amazing woman, from the three men who shared her life and her family to the highly successful and varied career that she continues to enjoy.