June 30 - A King In The Making

Due for (re)release from Chartwell Books on October 17, 2017 is the book 'A King In The Making' by Alfred Wertheimer and Peter Guralnick. The book is a hardcover with 224 pages. 

Synopsis:
Alfred Wertheimer was born in Germany in 1930, came to America and settled in Brooklyn as a young boy. He took an early interest in architecture and design, which led him to Cooper Union, from which he graduated in 1951. In the spring of 1956, a series of commercial assignments for RCA Records led to a shoot of a newly signed singer named Elvis Presley. Instantly impressed, Wertheimer devoted four months of his own time to intensely shadow the young star. The result would be the most intimate and candid look at the future legend ever recorded. 

Peter Guralnick is an award-winning biographer of Elvis Presley and author of Last Train to Memphis and Careless Love. A music critic, screenwriter, and historian of American popular music, he is also the author of Dream Boogie: The Triumph of Sam Cooke.


Elvis at Madison Square Garden


The upcoming Follow That Dream cooperation with the Norwegian Flaming Star fan-club ’Elvis at Madison Square Garden’ is back from the printers. The book covers the three concerts by Elvis Presley at Madison Square Garden New York from June 09 to June 11, 1972. The book comes with a CD of the June 9th. 8.30 pm show. 

Elvis - All American Boy

The Elvis One compilation of alternate takes ‚All American Boy’ is out. It contains tracks from the year 1953 until 1960. 

(Source: FECC / Amazon / Flaming Star / Elvis Aktuell)

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