Last Train to Memphis The Rise of Elvis Presley

ISBN-10: 0316332259
ISBN-13: 9780316332255
Edition: 2000
Authors: Peter Guralnick
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Description: Last Train to Memphis was hailed on publication as the definitive biography of Elvis Presley. Peter Guralnick's acclaimed book is the first to set aside the myths and focus on Elvis' humanity, as it traces Elvis' early years, from humble beginnings  More...

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Book details

List price: $18.00
Copyright year: 2000
Publisher: Little Brown & Company
Publication date: 9/1/1995
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 576
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.25" long x 1.25" tall
Weight: 1.540
Language: English

Last Train to Memphis was hailed on publication as the definitive biography of Elvis Presley. Peter Guralnick's acclaimed book is the first to set aside the myths and focus on Elvis' humanity, as it traces Elvis' early years, from humble beginnings to unprecedented success. At the heart of the story is Elvis himself, a poor boy of great ambition and fiery musical passions, who connected with his audience and the age in a way that has yet to be duplicated.

Author's Note
Prologue: Memphis, 1950
Tupelo: Above the Highway January 1935-November 1948
Memphis: the Courts November 1948-June 1953
"My Happiness" July 1953-January 1954
"Without You" January-July 1954
"That's All Right" July-September 1954
Good Rockin' Tonight October-December 1954
Forbidden Fruit January-May 1955
Mystery Train June-August 1955
The Pied Pipers September-November 1955
Stage Show December 1955-February 1956
The World Turned Upside Down March-May 1956
"Those People in New York are Not Gonna Change Me None" May-July 1956
Elvis and June July-August 1956
Love Me Tender August-October 1956
The Toast of the Town October-November 1956
The End of Something December 1956-January 1957
Loving You January-April 1957
Jailhouse Rock April-September 1957
Walking in a Dream October 1957-March 1958
"Precious Memories" March-September 1958
Notes
Bibliography
Discographical Note
Acknowledgments
Index

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