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Elvis - All Shook Up Stories and Insights from Family Members, Journalists, and Those Who Were There

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ISBN-10: 140278418X

ISBN-13: 9781402784187

Edition: N/A

Authors: Roy Blount

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List price: $23.95
Publisher: Sterling Publishing Co., Inc.
Publication date: 7/3/2012
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 160
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.00" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 0.836
Language: English

The Start of a Revolution
From The Fifties
Prom Date of the Century
From "Elvis's Prom Date Remembers a Shy Guy in Blue Suede Shoes," People Weekly
An Intuitive Master of Provocation
From "A Hillbilly Who Wove a Rock-and-Roll Spell," New York Times
A Definite Danger to the Security of the United States
From Declassified FBI memos dated 5-16-1956 and 11-7-1956
Elvis, We Must Let Her Go
From The Forgotten Family of Elvis Presley: Elvis' Aunt Lois Smith Speaks Out
The Love of My Life
From "The Women Who Loved Elvis," Ladies' Home Journal
You'll Be Next on My List
From Declassified FBI memo dated 2-20-1964
Turned Loose Again
From Elvis Presley, "The Comeback Special,"
Mr. President, this is Mr. Elvis Presley
From The Day Elvis Met Nixon
A Sober, Clean-Minded Young Man
From Declassified FBI memo dated 1-4-1971
He Didn't Even Seem Real
From Breathing Out
I'm The Teacher
From "Elvis Presley: The Untold Story," an excerpt from Elvis: We Love You Tender, Ladies' Home Journal
I Got A Call From Elvis Presley
From "The White House-Graceland Connection That Might Have Saved Elvis," The New Yorker
Very Devoted to Elvis
From I Called Him Babe: Elvis Presley's Nurse Remembers
Eternal Life
From "Elvis Forever!," TV Guide
He Doesn't Look Anything Like Himself
From "Graceland," Rolling Stone
It Wasn't All Just Giving Pink Cadillacs to his Friends
From "On the Road," Newsweek
Someone Truly Singular
From "Elvis's Bad Break," National Review
Something for Everybody
From "25 Years Later, Elvis Rolls On," New York Times