Erik Lorentzen, publisher of The Elvis Files volume 1 to 8 mammoth series of books (and many others) and co-author Robert van Beek set to release: Elvis Presley: Prodigy of SUN Records an 800-page two book formatted as an illustrated day-by-day travelogue and date book chronicling Elvis' early career and life through newspaper clippings, memorabilia and many unique and rare photos in superb quality - Date set for this Spring - over 45 years after Elvis' untimely demise.
Prodigy of SUN Records is set to be the most comprehensive early Elvis bible on the market today.
- FREE A 10 inch vinyl bonus LP with ten songs also comes with this release!
- FREE 9 glossy early SUN promotional photos – suitable for framing - you'll find with your order presented in a printed paper sleeve.
A 10 inch vinyl bonus LP with ten songs also comes with this release!
Many hours of research through digital libraries emerged new facts and interesting anecdotes from Elvis' early life and career from 1935 till 1955. From Old Saltillo Rd., to the magic of SUN recording studios, the first Louisiana Hayride appearances and everything in between. This book is filled with a string of never-before-seen photos dated from 1935 till 1955. BUT WAIT, that's not all - a 10 inch vinyl bonus LP with ten songs also comes with this release!! The early Elvis SUN recordings in the best possible sound. The world's first atomic powered singer mixed blues, pop and hillbilly/country to create an electrifying new music that was called Rock 'n Roll and changed the influence of music in the world forever. Also 9 glossy early SUN promotional photos – suitable for framing - you'll find with your order presented in a printed paper sleeve.
A collection of stories: many of Elvis' early childhood friends sharing their memories in these two books. Elvis' time in primary and secondary school is extensively discussed as well as his first loves (not only girls) and his roots for Gospel music. Tupeloans share their stories about their childhood friend who became the future King. A collection of jaw-dropping photos and, of course, the near to complete story from Elvis' birth until his big break in 1955.
An unmissable reference book for all fans.