Sounds like a good book to me too. I'm going to look for that one. Thank you MWBH for telling us about it.
Have any of you read the book "Elvis and Kathy" I think the name is, by Kathy Westmoreland? For some reason I would love to read it, but it just can't be found, as far as I can tell. If anyone has read it, what did you think of it?
I have read both volumes and, imo, the first volume focuses on factual, career data (somewhat dry reading). Personal moments in his life are given a few paragraphs while attention to recording sessions, back up singers, etc. is quite heavy.
Here is a quote from Elvis.com:
For the person who wants lots of detail, Peter Guralnick's books Last Train to Memphis and Careless Love explain the evolution of Elvis's recording and publishing deals rather well.
I agree. They mostly emphasize the business side of Elvis ~
Last edited by Vissie; 09-06-2007 at 10:20 AM.
There was something about me and a guy named Elvis i didn't like, i liked the begining when he was talking about how they met and that but as it gets to the middle and end, it's very lllloooonnnnggg and boring, IMO. But you might read it and enjoy it, as most people have done
And it's Elvis And Me by Priscilla, that's a good book, i enjoyed it which i thought i wouldn't.
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